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eBook Deals: Hundreds of First-Rate Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror eBooks for $5 or Less

If you’re looking to fill up your eBook reading device — whether it be your smartphone, tablet, or dedicated reading device — take a look at these …

Books

New Star Trek-style medical device accelerates healing by 30 percent - ExtremeTech

By on July 20, 2015 at 10:30 am<p>This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use.<p>It is one of the less appreciated …

Star Trek

The people ‘possessed’ by computers

What would happen if a computer could take over a human body? David Robson meets an “echoborg” – a strange experiment that reveals our future with artificial intelligence.<p>Sophia Ben-Achour looks like a typical London student. She has short, brown hair, dancing eyes and a wide smile. We talk about …

Artificial Intelligence

How Many Of These Classic Sci-Fi Novels Have You Read?

Results for How Many Of These Classic Sci-Fi Novels Have You Read?<p>You’ve Read Barely Any Sci-Fi!<p>Ouch! Looks like you’ve barely read any sci-fi at …

Science Fiction

Graphic Novels for 6 Types of Sci-Fi Fans

There may be overlap between fans of science fiction and readers of graphic novels, but when we think of comics, even those of us who know better …

We Spoke to a Researcher Working to Stop AI from Killing Us All

Ben Rubenstein got a $100,000 grant to help him study how machine learning can go wrong.<p>Most of us aren't afraid of killer robots because we're adults and we know they aren't real. But earlier this month the Future of Life Institute—a group backed by famed tech entrepreneur Elon Musk—handed out 37 …

Singularity

Asura Girl And The Dark Side Of Japanese Novels – Look! It Moves! by Adi Tantimedh

<i>Adi Tantimedh writes,</i><p><b>Viz Media</b>, one of the biggest publishers of manga and anime in the US, have had a prose imprint called <b>Haikasoru</b> running at full …

Missing Mexico students: 'We shot them then burnt the bodies'

Testimony from three hit men working for the Guerreros Unidos drugs cartel appears to prove that the 43 missing Mexican students were killed on the night of September 26. But their families refuse to believe they are dead until they have DNA proof<p>Agustín García Reyes knew exactly what he was doing …

Recommended from Around the Web (Week Ending November 1, 2014) - MIT Technology Review

Two Years After Hurricane Sandy, a Reminder of What Utilities Faced as the Storm Approached<br>A look at why the storm’s devastation was so hard to …

Intelligence

Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar, reviewed.

Anyone bemoaning the dearth of original scripts in a movie marketplace dominated by adaptations, remakes, and sequels should in theory be thrilled by …

31 Fairly Obscure Literary Monsters

<i>by JW McCormack</i><p>Halloween used to belong to the monsters. Tracing a perfect near-continuum from the Frankenstein’s Monsters and Gill-Men that papered …

Mystery of Earth's Water Origin Solved

Instead of arriving later by comet impact, Earth's waters have likely existed since our planet's birth.<p>The water that makes Earth a majestic blue marble was here from the time of our planet's birth, according to a new study of ancient meteorites, scientists reported Thursday.<p>Where do the oceans …