When electricity was first invented, Victorians had to learn a lot about it. Blockchain is kind of like that. Eventually we won’t care. But until then, here’s a primer on what you need to know about this world-changing technology from Tracy Leparulo and Amber Healy. Bitcoin, blockchain and the future of money, music and more by Amber...
Author - Amber Healy
How did we get here? Where did we come from -- and where are we going? I want to learn about all of it, even if it's terrifying. Curiosity will lead the way (it's on Mars already, after all).
Star Wars holograms suck. Meet the man who’s Proto technology has been used at concerts and awards shows, is being used by Wall Street schmucks, and may even be used in hospitals by remote doctors. David Nussbaum says the future is only 5 years away. When asked to think about the first hologram they remember seeing, odds are pretty good...
Since Westworld debuted in 1973, we've been promised a world of consequence-free sex with robots. They're still coming, and PhD student Annette Masterson at Temple University has been studying their rise since 2018 and the unusual technologies required to make them happen.
When we were kids, today was the future. Star Trek promised us little glowing rectangles that contained the sum total of humanity's knowledge. Instead, what we got was a device that spies on us every single day.
If you grew up watching cartoons, it’s known that today we were all supposed to have robots doing those menial chores so we could do better things, more entertaining things, like hop between planets for interstellar concerts or trips to the casino on the closest meteor.