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The Buzz on Mars
November 20th, 2015

Astronaut and author Buzz Aldrin had hardly settled back on Earth in 1969 when he was advocating expanding the space program to put humans on Mars. In the years since, more voices have joined the chorus.

Mona
September 8th, 2014

Mona is one of the best ideas to come out of fiction in quite awhile, and Swedish author Dan Sehlberg shows a much more nuanced knowledge of computers and cyberwarfare than a run-of-the-mill thriller author just throwing a cool buzzword around.


The Internet is Not the Answer
February 28th, 2015

It’s too late to go back, and few in the Western World would want to now the Internet is as essential as electricity. But The Internet is Not the Answer will remind you not to drink the digital Kool-Aid so readily.

The Body Plastic
October 10th, 2012

Search for ‘bionics’ on the web and you’ll find a huge array of electronic devices that attach to injured, diseased or otherwise damaged bodies. Exoskeleton legs that look like robotic sci-fi warriors give paraplegics the power to walk. A procedure that re-routes muscles from a severed arm into chest muscles can give an amputee control over an artificial arm simply by thinking about it.


Rise of the Machines
October 22nd, 2016

Like Digital vs Human, the recent book by futurist Richard Watson, war studies professor Thomas Rid’s Rise of the Machines takes a similar look at our relationship to technology. But where Watson’s was a more practical look at the near future extrapolated from the bleeding edge of today’s software and device science, Rise of the […]

Digital vs Human
October 22nd, 2016

According to Digital vs Human, we need to start talking about the way robotics, AI, automation and the web are going to further affect us – but we aren’t. Instead, we’re constantly wowed by the next app or website that mints a billionaire and (in the words of an online commenter) only really solves the […]






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