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Surfdaddy Orca
March 24, 2010

The online game StarCraft is a televised national pastime in South Korea. With hundreds of licensed pros divided into twelve teams (each with a major sponsor such as Samsung)...

Surfdaddy Orca
March 23, 2010

The December 2009 press release created quite a stir: Organovo, a San Diego-based company that specializes in regenerative medicine announced a new $200,000 bioprinter that prints artificial organs using inkjet technology.

Kyle Munkittrick
March 22, 2010

Repo Men is not a particularly good film and the premise is preposterous: The Union is the (sole) proprietor of life saving artificial organs (artiforges) that cost an exorbitant amount of money (which is not covered by insurance and must be financed through The Union)...

Surfdaddy Orca
March 22, 2010

“Why not develop music in ways unknown? This only makes sense. I cannot understand the difference between my notes on paper and other notes on paper.

Jay Cornell
March 19, 2010

Ralf Biedert and colleagues at the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) are using eye-trackers from Tobii Technology of Sweden along with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to create a reading enhancement technology called Text 2.0.

Ian Monroe
March 18, 2010

Dr. Chad Mirkin has a singularly impressive résumé — he is the director of the International Institute for Nanotechnology, and serves as a professor of chemistry, medicine, biomedical engineering, materials science engineering, and chemical and biological engineering at Northwestern University.

h+ magazine
March 17, 2010

This summer, Rutgers University (the State University of New Jersey) will offer the first-ever accredited college course on the Singularity and associated technologies.

Josh Hall
March 17, 2010

The question of the relative roles of nanotechnology and AI in forging the shape of the future has been argued in techno-futurist circles for decades.

Surfdaddy Orca
March 17, 2010

Look out your window and see a strange-looking creature flying by the elm tree in your front yard. A crow, or maybe a bat? No. Actually, it’s a Parrot

Jason Louv
March 16, 2010

Over the last year Lady Gaga has come to embody —for me and, I imagine, for her fans — a kind of posthuman life strategy.

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