If you are familiar with the X Prize, then what if there were a prize dedicated to poverty reduction through the diffusion of advanced technologies?
RAMP2 can, under specific conditions, activate the molecules in the body’s cells that recognize the signal from the hormone glucagon. Were this to happen in the liver, it could promote the release of sugars into the blood -– precisely the process that it is supposed to prevent.
You’ve probably noticed the trend. The doomsayers are yelling once more. They are telling us that technology poses a threat to human employment — that the robots are coming for our jobs. This is a thesis that has been defended...
The excellent DIYSECT web-series covers the DIY biohacking scene. Watch the first four parts online today.
Is Transhumanism an exercise in Unnatural Selection?
This is an animated depiction of the novel SHEPHERD spacecraft concept on a mission to gently stop a small asteroid from spinning.
This article presents a new counterargument to Roko’s Basilisk.
We’ve already started discussions around driverless cars, but there’s so much more to deal with when it comes to artificial intelligence.
Even the most physically secure research lab could be the site of a devastating data security breach.
A security researcher demonstrated how to hack a satellite tracking technology with a $1,000 device made of off the shelf components.