A water feature found in the Maya city of Palenque, Mexico, is the earliest known example of engineered water pressure in the new world, according to a collaboration between two Penn State researchers, an archaeologist and a hydrologist.
Throughout human evolution, multiple versions of humans co-existed. Could we be mid-upgrade now?
The science-fiction-predicted future may be about to arrive, including the possibility of light-speed travel and anti-gravity systems.
Marcus Du Sautoy wants to find out how close we are to creating machines that can think like us: robots or computers that have artificial intelligence.
A retired high-school teacher has become the first person in New England to receive an artificial heart.
by Brad Templeton: Around the world, we regularly read stories about an attempt to create ”The Silicon Valley of <fill in country>,” but we rarely read about a successful new competitor to Silicon Valley.
by Brian Hoffstein: This past week at Singularity University has been stimulating, to the say the least. Everyone here is on the same wavelength: we’re thinking exponentially, dreaming up ways we can improve the world,
There is no doubt that to advance our economy and our society we need to create the next great technology innovations, not just consume them.
The end of the age of consumption and the decreasing need for labor are more related than you think. Robots have come to destroy our way of life, just as we saw in Terminator 2: Judgment Day, though not as we expected.
by Gulcin Gilbert: The Pink Skies DVD has a terrific quote by one of my favorite directors, Tony Bill, best known for producing the academy award winning film, The Sting.