AI: Friend or Foe?
by Lee Ann McAdoo


Fear of Ammonia Leak Leads to Partial Space Station Evacuation
All crew members were safe and had moved to the Russian side of the facility.
by NBC
No. The Islamic State Did Not Hack CENTCOM
Terror! We have been hacked! Give us your data!
by Moon of Alabama

Scientists and investors warn on AI
“Because of the great potential of AI, it is important to research how to reap its benefits while avoiding potential pitfalls…”
by Tim Bradshaw
NASA's wild plan to bring Martian rocks to Earth
Mars rover Curiosity team eyes three-step plan to deliver samples from Mars to Earth.
by Sharon Gaudin

Scientists observe superstar 10,000 light-years away
Star exploded for unknown reasons in 1840s.
by NASA
Will VR Become Bigger Than The Bible?
VR technology could be trigger event for transhumanism.
by Rob Dew

Alien Earth with Red Sun discovered 470 light years away
Planet has 70% chance of being rocky.
by The Register
Strong geomagnetic storm hits earth
Storm could trigger false alarms on security systems and cause problems with GPS systems.
by Luke Funk


Mining the Hive Mind: Implications Of Facebook Indexing 1 Trillion Posts
Scenes from your own past that you didn’t find worth saving locally.
by Josh Constine
Tiny ‘life detector’ can sense alien movement on distant planets
Scientists aim to sense, on a nanolevel, the tiny motions that all life forms make.
by Patrick Pleul

Life is found thriving 8,000ft below the sea bed - and the discovery raises hopes microbes could survive on other planets
Tiny single celled organisms survive by feeding on coal, gas and oil.
by Richard Gray
"The Interview" Set To Become Most Pirated Movie Of 2014
Somehow we doubt that North Korea will be blamed for that as well.
by Zero Hedge

Stanford 'lizard brains' create gecko-like paws that allow humans to scale glass walls
Paws that look like paddles use the same scientific principles employed by geckos’ sticky feet to allow humans to scale glass walls.
by Bruce Newman
Four 2015 Energy Ideas 'Back to the Future' Got (Almost) Right
Hoverboards, flying cars, and auto-fueling are closer than you think, and garbage energy is here.
by Marianne Lavelle

X-Ray Telescope Reveals Close-Up of Sun's Atmosphere
Telescope used to solve a decades-old riddle about the Sun.
by NASA
NASA wants to build a floating city above the clouds of Venus
Venus exploration has been deemed off-limits due to its inhospitable climate — but NASA believes Cloud City may be the answer.
by Michelle Starr