Self-driving tractors which are powered by hydrogen and controlled by a mobile app could plough the world's farmland under one Italian designer's plans.
Big Brother has been riding shotgun for years, but he's never been able to actually watch what we do in our cars.
China will make more investments and accelerate reforms of agencies and systems to boost its $3.8 trillion digital economy.
Tiny super-strong robot 'caterpillar' with the equivalent strength of a human able to lift a 26-seat MINIBUS delivers drugs into the body by crawling inside using hundreds of hairy legs (but you have to SWALLOW it first)
Robot manufacturers warned 'bug in AI code' will lead to MURDER SPREES
The number of industrial robots in china will increase tenfold to 1.8 million units by 2025. Up to 70% of the robots used in China will be made in China which will increase from 30% now.
A former Army Ranger, Paul Scharre, the author of Army of None: Autonomous Weapons and the Future of War, has pondered the implications of robots and their role in a third world war.
Welcome back to New World Next Week ?" the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news.
Technocrat inventions intended to solve various problems for mankind can also be easily adapted by criminal minds to be used for nefarious purposes. All of the components necessary for clandestine killer robots already exist and are readily available
Observatories are closing in record numbers. Why? Because "they" are soon going to be arriving. Who is arriving? The fallen angels. Do not be deceived. If governments proclaim that this is the beginning of ET disclosure, do not believe them. This
Amazon has received a patent that would combine man and machine in a symbiotic, product-fetching cage enclosure capable of flying around their expansive warehouses on tracks currently used by robotic trolleys.
Quantum computing is nearing a critical milestone when it will unlock higher quality, faster, or cheaper solutions for important and valuable problems.
To address the limitations of the first and second wave AI technologies, DARPA seeks to explore new theories and applications that could make it possible for machines to adapt to changing situations.
Automation is killing us, warns filmmaker Maxim Pozdorovkin in his new documentary "The Truth About Killer Robots," which premieres Saturday at the Toronto International Film Festival.
If you ever wondered how Daimler's Deutsche Accumotive produces the batteries for electric smart cars in Kamenz, Saxony in Germany, here is a video that shows the process.
Two groups report technical breakthroughs for trapped neutral atom quantum computers. Optical engineering for sorting atoms into 3D patterns
All summer, the small boat drifted steadily eastward across the churning North Atlantic until it neared the Irish coast, where it made history by becoming the first unmanned sailboat to cross the Atlantic.
The Holiday Weekend From Hell: Humans Still Drove Cars and Flew The Planes
Spreading 'online rumors' that violate Beijing's official 'truth' can get you 7 years in jail, and everybody is turned into a rat to tattle on their friends.
Science fiction has long anticipated the rise of machine intelligence. Today, a new generation of self-learning computers is reshaping every aspect of our lives. Will A.I. usher in an age of unprecedented potential, or prove to be our final invention
he Chinese kindergarten children giggled as they worked to solve puzzles assigned by their new teaching assistant: a roundish, short educator with a screen for a face.
In 2018, Canada is ranked tenth in the world in nominal GDP. It is a rich developed country. Despite having an economy that is 11 times smaller than the USA or 7 times smaller than China, Canada has world competitive or world-leading projects in quan
Experts take first steps to create ROBOT strawberry pickers who could end the need for humans toiling in fields
Sony's new-and-improved Aibo robot dog is finally coming to the US.
Christie's Will Test the Waters This Fall The auction house is selling an AI-produced work of art for the first time this fall.
Jinping's Scientific Dictatorship, aka Technocracy, relies on 'a combination of surveillance, AI, and big data to monitor people's lives and behavior in minute detail.' MIT correctly notes that China got these ideas in the mid-1980s, but fai
When complexity of AI exceeds mans ability to understand how it operates, then the consequences of its use cannot be understood either. Technocrats create because they can, with little regard to security or consequence. The time will come that the pl
Elon Musk discusses what is easy and hard for robotic assembly. People are better wiring harnesses and dealing with floppy and unusual shapes.
In this video, Jason Bermas of WeAreChange gives you the latest breaking news on the very first church to worship artificial intelligence. The organization is called Way Of The Future and they intend to create their own God by bringing in the Singula