The future of performance may well indeed become even more fabricated than it is today. See the following clip ‘The Pieces Fit’ by Module. This music is more than a vocal with effects and a snazzy clip to match. The female robot vocal is completely synthetic. It is done by[…]
Following is a look at the concept of abundance in our lives today and the very evolution of the human race.
The book from authors Peter H. Diamandis and award-winning science writer Steven Kotler journey into the progress in artificial intelligence, robotics, infinite computing, ubiquitous broadband networks, digital manufacturing, nano-materials, synthetic biology, and many other exponentially growing technologies.
Christina Fan, while still a grad student developed a way to diagnose Down syndrome in a fetus through a simple test of the mother’s blood. This is a leap in the current procedure which includes a far riskier approach with the use of amniocentesis. She and her colleagues are working[…]
Another epic Jason Silva mini doco titled “The biological advantage of being awestruck” puts a spotlight on the evolutionary benefits to us, as a species of being awestruck. To marvel at our own existence’ does not only inspire us to move forward in a positive manner, but is of a[…]
So here is this little innovation from Hyundai, titled “Nano Garden”. It’s pretty much a mini farm in your kitchen, or where ever you may feel the desire to place it.
See the effect frequency has on matter, knowing that frequency is changing in our part of the galaxy, consider the impact this will have.
So…what comes after the singularity? Jason Silva poses the question and discusses ‘The Transcension Hypothesis’ by John Smart which offers an suggestion of what may come after the technological singularity and answer the question of Fermi’s Paradox, or ‘if there are all these galaxies and ‘space dudes’ progressing and evolving,[…]
Mary’s Meals is an international movement that sets up school feeding projects in communities where poverty and hunger prevent children from gaining an education.
David Sereda has been working diligently in this area of science. According to Sereda, since 2006, scientists have been noticing a difference in the decay rates in nuclear particles, which had been consistently reliable in previous years.
Vending machines with a social conscience In Japan where you can buy just about anything from a vending machine…..comes this great idea. This vending machine has the option to donate to The Red Cross. I would think having this option for people to use their change on from buying[…]