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Archive for the ‘Toys & Tools’ Category

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May 16, 2013

The PowerSwim Program is developing highly efficient, human-­powered swimming devices for use by combat and reconnaissance swimmers.

May 15, 2013

You take your dog (or hyena) to the neighborhood park for a walk, and there it frolics with other beasts on the cybernetic meadow and through the ShrubPlugs. And pets are many-times cross-petted. Is everyone updating their Facebook timelines and flirting on Twitter?

March 14, 2013

With all the media attention and hype associated with 3-d printing and nano-tech materials it is easy to forget how useful ancient technologies like lost wax casting, solar heating, and glass truly are.

February 13, 2013

Aibo, move over.

January 25, 2013

Get involved with the Denigma Project, a “Collaborative Resource for Gerontology” and revolutionize aging research.

January 25, 2013

Humanity+ Reader is a simple news reader for the Humanity+ Magazine and is available now from the Google Play Store.

January 16, 2013

Planet Four is a citizen science project designed to help planetary scientists identify and measure features on the surface of Mars

December 14, 2012

In “The Next Industrial Revolution”, Chris Anderson (former Editor-in-Chief of WIRED, now CEO, 3D Robotics) and Carl Bass, explore how 3D printing and accessible CAD software could disrupt manufacturing and supply chains.

July 17, 2012

We have a new relationship with technology, one we truly cannot extricate ourselves from, and this changes everything. Cyber technologies and information science have brought to bear, not a new tool but a new world with which to be intimate, a cyberspace horizon of potentiality that extends into the material world.

July 4, 2012

You forgot you had to work this morning. You’re too hungover to even pretend to care about the early meeting, and glasses don’t seem to have helped your trainer. He’s just reading his PowerPoint slides like he always has. At least now you know he’ll actually see the exasperated look you’re giving him.

Ben Goertzel and Hugo de Garis
January 18th, 2011

Ben Goertzel converses with Hugo de Garis on his transhumanist argument for the reality of a Creator.

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