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The internet of things: the interconnection via the internet of computing devices embedded in everyday objects, enabling them to send and receive data. 176 more words


Robot Rebellion

Artificial Intelligence takeover seems to be hot topic now more than ever in history. Last time people were so concerned about computers outbreak back in 1999 when “Millennium Bug” was looming large in people’s minds. 1,200 more words

How many Tasmanians does it take to eat the planet Jupiter?

Outback mum becomes YouTube hi-tech maven

In my role as part-time techno nerd and Linux aficionado, I’ve struggled through numerous how-to videos made by lonely guys living in their parents’ basement, cussing up a storm at Microsoft while extolling the preternatural benefits of Water Rat Linux (or whatever distro with a development team of one has lately come down the pike). 1,116 more words


Xbox Games with Gold announced for October 2017

Here’s what Xbox Live Gold members can play on Xbox One and Xbox 360 in the month of October

October’s Xbox Live Games with Gold have been revealed and this month’s subscribers will be playing Gone Home, The Turing Test, Rayman 3 HD and more. 330 more words

Daniel Wilson

This is Not a Pipe, 2017 Version

Apologies to René Magritte. And apologies to Randall Munroe if xkcd got here first with this joke.

Of course, if Magritte were in charge of this, the correct action would be to click Skip. 940 more words


London Futurists news, 19 Sept 2017

Dear Futurists,

Here are a few news items about events and projects which will hopefully be of interest. Feel free to skip ahead to the ones most relevant to you. 1,898 more words


Deus Ex: All Watched Over By Machines of Love and Grace

Vladimir Putin doesn’t come off as the world’s most progressive world leader (though forward thinking leaders – in general – appear to be in short supply). 796 more words