France24.com | In China, robots are being developed to deliver groceries, provide companionship to the elderly, dispense legal advice and now, as Keeko's creators hope, join the ranks of educators
WSJ.com | ‘The devil is in the details,’ says Trump’s former homeland security adviser
Space.com | The classified X-37B program "fleet" consists of two known reusable vehicles, both of which were built by Boeing
Intellihub.com | Technology has come so far in the past few years that one can only imagine where it may be in a few more decades but is it a dual-edged sword?
"For weaponry, we already have the ability to have weapons think… They’re only going to go further and further as technology progresses."
Intellihub | It appears that humans will be obsolete in the future if things continue to go the way they are going or perhaps humans will be needed to service all of the autonomous robots
Intellihub | Back To The Future meets Blade Runner, 200 mph flying cars to hit the streets in near future
Free Thought Project | Screenshots and video recordings of what people are doing in apps are being sent to third-party domains
Intellihub | The saws were "obviously powered by some kind of machine and rapidly cutting through this granite"
Intellihub | A threaded screw embedded inside a rock which geologysts say is 300-million-years-old, how could tit be?
RT | The inventors see their “laser rifle” as a means to disable hostiles
Intellihub | It's evident that some type of machinery was used to construct parts of an ancient Peruvian city in which a later, more modern, civilization built upon
CNBC | Made in Space founders say 3-D printing will be key to colonizing space
Yahoo News | "We're really excited to work with the Mayor and the City to bring this new high-speed public transportation system to Chicago"
Daily Star | Powerful lasers capable of destroying aircraft have been tested in an awe-inspiring test demonstration, it has been revealed
Intellihub | Traceable electronic license plates will likely become the new norm on every vehicle as government bureaucrats push for a total and complete police state technocracy
Washington Post | The idea of creating self-repairing machines has been a popular fantasy (and nightmare) ever since the Terminator franchise mythologized the concept in the 1980s.
CNBC | This kind of technology could have saved the Titanic, CEO and co-founder Hannan Parvizian quipped
Intellihub | Police are blaming recent rash of gun related crimes on warm weather because "more people are out on the streets"
Reuters | The records collected by the NSA include the numbers and time of a call or text message, but not their content
Intellihub | Facebook's new push to censor fake news and propaganda could be the beginning of the end for journalists and news agencies that challenge the official narrative
Sky News | A controversial floating nuclear power plant made by Russia has headed out for its first sea voyage
Waking Times | Facebook intends on creating an entire augmented reality to overlay our day-to-day lives
BATR | One of the most familiar themes that children are taught is that mankind is a social being
U.S. missile defense systems rendered useless after Russians develop superior and unstoppable nuclear weaponry
Intellihub | It looks like the Russians have outfoxed the United States and have become the leader of the arms race after developing unstoppable nuclear weapons
Yahoo News | Thousands of visitors flocked to the annual Amsterdam Funeral Expo at the city's famous Westerkerk, where all the latest trends in death
Defense News | "We’re seeing development of broad range, everything from kinetic destructive technologies to jamming and hacking but the operational use so far seems to be limited to the jamming and hacking types."
Most terrorist propaganda is currently flagged and removed from Facebook via A.I. but hate speech is much trickier, CEO Zuckerberg maintains (INTELLIHUB) -- Facebook will...
Intellihub | Facebook Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg pushes for further limitation of our personal Internet freedoms in opening statements to Congress through the use of the Hegelian dialectic