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Aboard the latest shipment to the International Space Centre is a true vision of the future: a floating, microgravity-adapting, cartoon-faced, artificial intelligence robot. Crew Interactive Mobile Companion, or Cimon as he is more familiarly known, was blasted into space this morning aboard the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. Once he...
Endangered coral reefs are being protected by robot jellyfish   It’s no secret that the world’s coral reefs are now under a great number of life-endangering threats. Due to global warming, water temperatures around the world are soaring and becoming increasingly inhospitable for marine wildlife. Endangered coral reefs are under...
A perfect storm of unfortunate conditions means that Northern Europe may soon be fighting over the most important resources imaginable: beer, fizzy drinks, packaged meats and chicken. The UK is likely to be the worst affected; no doubt World Cup supporters will react to the scarcity of beer with the...
On Tuesday, the UN celebrated World Environmental Day by publishing a report on fighting the world’s growing plastic problem. In a year which began with the shocking news that plastic would outnumber fish in the ocean by 2050, the report was surprisingly optimistic. More than fifty nations are currently...
Experts disagree with WHO gaming addiction diagnosis An expert in biological psychology has criticised the World Health Organisation’s recent decision to class gaming addiction as a mental health disorder, arguing that the decision risks pathologising a hobby that the vast majority of people can enjoy harmlessly. In January this year, the...
Those convinced of the inevitability of a robot uprising will be exasperated by the recent efforts of scientists at MIT (the Massachusetts Institute of Technology) to create the world’s first (unrequested) “psychopath” robot. Named for Alfred Hitchcock’s iconic murdering mummy’s boy, AI bot Norman has been exposed only to the...
When does tech become too much? Since Amazon launched its Echo and Echo Dot in 2014, Alexa has become a familiar household name. Inspired by the computer system aboard the Star Trek’s  USS Enterprise, this voice recognition technology allows Echo owners to order groceries, play music and make calls...
Last year, Prime Minister Theresa May declared the UK’s housing market broken, and this year, the crisis continues. Housing is not being built fast enough to keep up with demand, and prices are surging way above income growth. Recent figures from the Institute for Fiscal Studies shows just how...
Just as the GDPR emails are starting to peter out, a new law approved today is due to drastically change the way the internet functions – again. Article 13 was reintroduced on ‘GDPR Day’ in May, and today it faced the EU’s Legal Affairs Committee.  The legislation marginally passed...
Over five-billion passengers worldwide have travelled by Uber. Operating across 450 cities, Ubers have transported passengers including celebrities, kittens (UberKITTENS) and newly born babies to their app-designated destinations. The convenience, carpooling option and speedy arrival times are the company’s unique selling points– plus it’s usually significantly cheaper than a...