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If every species on the planet were suddenly equally intelligent, would we cooperate or fight? Rachel Nuwer explores this hypothetical survival of the fittest scenario. In Planet of the Apes, a man finds
Did you know time can rotate? Einstein's theory of relativity has all sorts of weird results that make it difficult to wrap your head around, but one of the weirdest is time dilation. Basically, according
The most durable storage in history is in our own bodies. Researchers at the University of Washington, working with Microsoft, have encoded 202 megabytes of data onto synthetic DNA molecules. In a breakthrough
New forms of technology are bound to change how we live. We asked Ian Pearson, a futurist with an 85% accuracy record, what new technology we can expect to see by 2050 and how it will change the way we
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The field of artificial intelligence has been a boom market almost from its beginning 60 years ago with the brilliant but doomed British mathematician Alan Turing. One branch of AI believes that a computer
It’s a mind-bending concept with the potential to change the world, and Canadian tech company D-Wave claims to have cracked the code Ever since Charles Babbage’s conceptual, unrealised Analytical Engine