Advances in biotech and brain-machine interface computing like Elon Musk’s Neurolink is working on may one day make it common for our brains to be melded to a computer. But how will we prevent an attacker from hacking this device to make us hurt others or ourselves?
Scientists at The University of Edinburgh have recently unveiled a £2m humanoid robot that will help NASA on un-manned missions to Mars.
The Valkyrie project is a result of collaboration between NASA and The University of Edinburgh on a very ambitious futuristic idea.
Every few weeks, a telepresence robot rolls by my desk. It’s usually a co-worker in a distant office on her way to a meeting, or checking in on the progress of physical things in the office from the comfort of her home.
Take a look around, and you’ll notice that the number of options we have to communicate with one another is growing year after year. Just think about the abundance of chat app options there are.