Maybe we won't suck up all of Earth's resources and destroy our planet just yet. Scientists say that they have created solar jet fuel using just sunlight, water and carbon dioxide for the very first time. That's basically creating fuel from thin air.
Behold the future, my friends. It isn't hoverboards or laser swords or transportation hailing apps or drone deliveries, it is this: a gigantic touchscreen that lets you build your own pizza on the table that you will eat it on. Use the touchscreen to perfectly customize your order, play games while you wait and pay…
More Skynet news: "According to Defense-Update the Marine Corps 6×6 MTVR truck, Army M-915 trailer and the multi-steering, six-axle Palletized Loading System (PLS) truck in this convoy were programmed by soldiers and then sent along to drive around Fort Hood, Texas under completely autonomous operation."
The Aviationist reports on this new video recently uploaded to Facebook, which allegedly shows a group of angry Afghans stoning a downed MQ-1 Predator drone. It struck me as a sign of things to come across globe.
Humans have always dreamed about being invisible, especially the military, who have been trying to get the perfect camouflage since the beginning of war. This is the story of that quest and a look at where we are headed.
Google has acquired a London-based artificial intelligence company called DeepMind for $500 million to add it to its existing AI division. DeepMind is dedicated to find "the best techniques from machine learning and systems neuroscience to build powerful general-purpose learning algorithms." One step closer to…
Google is working in a new device that will monitor your glucose levels: smart contact lenses, connected to your phone using a wireless chip. It's just the beginning of something that will be much bigger—this is going to be one of the sensors that will turn your phone into the Star Trek medical tricorder.
IBM Research's 5 in 5 list—five things that will happen in the next five years—is here. Some are quite surprising and awesome. The bad news: no flying cars and/or realistic sex robots yet. The good news: doctors routinely using your DNA information to heal you effectively.
Let's face it. If you believe that Amazon can realize the awesomeness that is drone delivery, you should halfway fear a future of an overbearing police drone force monitoring us. That terrifying totalitarian future might not be as promising as Amazon's vision for drones but what does that matter to an obsessive…
London-based designer and researcher Shamees Aden has a vision for the future of footwear. It's a future where shoes are 3D printed out of synthetic biological material that responds to your every step and can regenerate overnight. She's even made a prototype.