Neura Pod is a series covering topics related to Neuralink, Inc. Topics such as brain-machine interfaces, brain injuries, and artificial intelligence will be explored. Host Ryan Tanaka synthesizes information, shares opinions, and conducts interviews
AI is already being used for widespread surveillance in China.
In 2014, Rory Aronson launched FarmBot, a farming robot built on open-source principles.
The World Economic Forum is not only thoroughly bonded to Sustainable Development, aka Technocracy, but also to Transhumanism leading to biodigital convergence. All is based on scientism and the worship of science as the only source of truth for mank
In March 2020, as COVID-19 locked down the world, what may have been the first autonomous drone attacks in history were taking place on a largely unwatched battlefield in Libya.
The US passed the U.S. Innovation and Competition Act, a $250 billion bill promoting US semiconductors, AI, robotics and technology.
Ray Kurzweil wrote the Singularity is Near in 2005 and he described the near inevitability of the creation of super intelligence and a Technological Singularity.
Powerful reinforcement learning agents could constitute a solution to artificial general intelligence. They hypothesise that intelligence, and its associated abilities, can be understood as subserving the maximisation of reward.
I'm probably not the only one who's thought this rush to inject at least 70% of the human population with "manipulative magnetic nano-medicine" and "super paramagnetic nanoparticles" smacks of an alien agenda.
We appear to have crossed the Rubicon. God help us.
Reports warned of killer robots -- the reality is messier
A recent report by the United Nations Security Council found that a Turkish-made autonomous drone may have "hunted down and remotely engaged" enemy soldiers loyal to the Libyan General Khalifa Haftar.
This report delves into autonomous robots hunting human beings, as well as a major revelation about what's still going on at a particular lab in China.
Would you willingly connect your brain to a computer for a game? What if you could get a more realistic gaming experience? What could possibly go wrong with brain-computer interfaces when the virtual world is "better" than the real one?
A camera system that uses AI and facial recognition intended to reveal states of emotion has been tested on Uyghurs in Xinjiang, the BBC has been told.
Paramecium and certain other microbes move through liquid by whipping back and forth hairlike appendages known as cilia. Scientists have now developed a new type of synthetic cilia, which could find use in micro-robots and more.
The 70-page report assesses how neural networks and artificial intelligence could supercharge dis- and misinformation campaigns and sway the opinions of millions.
A "robot paramedic" is being used for the first time to carry out chest compressions on patients in ambulances to free up the emergency team to carry out other vital treatments.
Google is allowing people to sign up to its outreach list which will update them on future research and early access programmes to the AI-powered dermatology assistant
The United States today is producing roughly the same amount of goods and services as before the coronavirus pandemic -- but with 8.2 million fewer workers, equal to the combined payrolls of every employer in Virginia, Arizona and Iowa.
A new SOCOM office is pursuing tools to understand and influence populations, clear rooms with robots, and spot new forms of jamming.
Is lying on the Internet acceptable? We will discuss how our honesty is used against us by various threats like doxxers, criminals, and Big tech social media. Lying is considered a moral issue that we are all bound to reject. Do you feel guilt when y
Whitney Webb's Unlimited Hangout Podcast, episode 14 [April 28, 2021]: In this episode, Whitney is joined by Christian Westbrook of the Ice Age Farmer broadcast to discuss the underreported yet massive supply chain crisis and how the Davos elite pla
It's exactly as weird as it sounds.
After first unveiling a fully autonomous electric street sweeper last year, Finland's Trombia Technologies has taken to the streets of Helsinki as part of the Jätkäsaari Mobility Lab. This saw the Trombia Free begin operations along the Helsinki Ba
Chinese robotics firm shares 'terrifying' video of its four-legged robots moving in unison that Twitter users say could be the start of a robot takeover
For about a decade now, Kaman's K-Max intermeshing rotor helicopter has been flying unmanned cargo missions for US forces in Afghanistan. Now, the K-Max Titan is becoming the world's first heavy-lift unmanned helicopter for the commercial market, hav
A person can weed about one acre of crops a day. This smart robot can weed 20.
For years readers have read our countless notes on Boston Dynamics' four-legged Spot robot. Now there's a new robo-dog in town, and its name is "AlphaDog."
TuSimple claims its self driving technology makes it possible for heavy trucks to see 1,000 meters away and react 15 times faster than a human.