Over the course of the next 50 years, nanotechnology is set to advance our world beyond recognition. It will make our current technologies seem primitive, clunky, and in some cases barbaric. Very soon you will begin to to see the effects of the first phase of this revolution.
Comparing this new lithium-ion battery technology to the battery in your smartphone; this will last 30x longer, charge 1,000x faster, or it can deliver the same power but be 10 times smaller, wafer thin and flexible.
Christopher Nolan’s Singularity themed movie, Transcendence is shaping up with a barrage of top actors. The latest additions are actors Cillian Murphy and Morgan Freeman.
David Willetts, UK Science Minister, has urged the UK government to offer greater backing for the research and development of incredible new technologies. This came as he pledged to invest £600m into the industry. Read on to see the technologies that will benefit from the funding.
We are now seeing the first signs of the creation of a real starship enterprise. Should humanity survive the trials of the 21st century then space colonisation will be our next endeavour.
In trials of mind controlled robotics, a paralysed woman has displayed amazing advances of the technology by feeding herself chocolate. The tech is at its infancy but is advancing fast, continue to read more about this liberating technology.
The upcoming Singularity will soon be thrust into the popular media thanks to ‘Transcendence’, a movie produced by Christopher Nolan. The movie will feature Johnny Depp, who plays a character that will have his mind uploaded to a supercomputer with the aim of making the first true artificial intelligence.
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Google has hired Ray Kurzweil as Director of Engineering. Ray Kurzweil is most well known for his books, ‘How to Create a Mind’, and ‘The Singularity is Near’. It is clear that Google is preparing itself for epic technological achievements.
You don’t believe in any religion, and you believe that when you’re dead, you’re dead!? This does not automatically make you an atheist. Those who don’t believe in any religion, may actually be far more open minded than those who do.
Recently, the Immortal Jellyfish has been sprung into the limelight thanks to an article from the New York Times. This article shines light on mysteries which were not alluded to by the New York Times.