Curious tech and technology from the realm of science and science fiction.

Made in DNA10 months ago
Screaming Metal (Part 014)
Despite the warmth of the day that was still evident above, the cold within the depths of the abandoned tech seeped into her bones. Here, the outlines of the junk grew perilous; protected from the ele...
Rob Salkowitz10 months ago
Sifting Through Data In Search of Truth
Series note: As technologies like artificial intelligence, machine learning, Big Data and mixed reality start to blur the line between science and science fiction, some of the most exciting developmen...
G.F. Brynn10 months ago
Alex The Inventor-Chapter 14 (Pt. 2)
Read Chapters 1 - 14 at: Deep Sky Stories
Makenzie Ferrier10 months ago
Discussing Current Affairs With an A.I.
It's usually safe to assume that the majority of people who have grown up using the internet have been around to experience the same trends. Clever bot was one of these trends. Clever bot is an A.I de...
RJ Plant10 months ago
Digitize Yourself
Hello there! I’ve been meaning to bring you some fun new something or other, but my time and attention have been elsewhere. Also, I couldn’t really decide what I wanted to bring to your attention. The...
Ossiana Tepfenhart10 months ago
History of Private Spaceflight Companies
Almost a century ago, the world began to see the emergence of the first private flight companies. Within a matter of decades, people were yearning to fly on planes from Pan Am, Delta, and Continental....
Isaac Tan10 months ago
On Being Hacked
It’s just one of those things which you hardly think about until it happens to you. You know how to minimise the chances of it occurring but you couldn’t be bothered to take precautions. You think: “W...
G.F. Brynn10 months ago
Alex The Inventor-Chapter 14 (Pt.1)
Read Chapters 1 - 13 at: Deep Sky Stories
G.F. Brynn10 months ago
Alex The Inventor-Chapter 13 (Pt.2)
Read Chapters 1 - 13 at: Deep Sky Stories
Storing Information in DNA Archives
The computing memory required to store ongoing data in biomedicine is now estimated to exceed the computing challenges of running YouTube and Twitter. Data storing technology has constantly evolved to...
Mo Darasi10 months ago
Social Media and Our Privacy
Before the existence of the internet people were further away yet closer to each other at the same time. That is because privacy still existed before the internet came about. I know this is hypocritic...
Alan Kotok10 months ago
Health Care, Precisely One Person at a Time
About a year ago, National Institutes of Health launched the All of Us initiative, a large-scale research program that NIH hopes will make possible precision medicine: the design of health care tailor...
Dr. Williams10 months ago
Magnetic Energy: Lindbergh's Secret
As long as there continues to be more oil discoveries instead of developing and implementing renewable green energy sources, global warming will continue to get more intense. The pursuit for more powe...
Jared Rimer10 months ago
WannaCry, What Is It?
Welcome to another of a series of tech articles. I'm Jared Rimer, today, I'm going to try and explain this new ransomware that seemed to hit the Internet in a very fast paced world. The ransomware nam...
G.F. Brynn10 months ago
Alex The Inventor-Chapter 13 (Pt.1)
Read Chapters 1 - 12 at: Deep Sky Stories
Ossiana Tepfenhart10 months ago
Ethics of Self-Driving Cars
Self-driving cars are slated to revolutionize the way that transportation happens. No longer will people have to worry about wasting time while finding parking or dealing with trying to determine whos...
G.F. Brynn10 months ago
Alex The Inventor-Chapter 12 (Pt.2)
Chapters 1 - 12 can be found at: Deep Sky Stories
RJ Saxon10 months ago
Keyboard Killer (Chapter Ten)
Chapter Ten "Good morning gentlemen and congratulations, you are the final 20 that have been selected for the C.F.L. program. If you would like to follow me, I'll take you down to the training area. N...