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The truth about technology’s greatest myth

Many optimists believe that technology can transform society, whether it’s the internet or the latest phone. But as Tom Chatfield argues in his final column for BBC Future, the truth about our relationship with technology is far more interesting.<p>Lecturing in late 1968, the American sociologist …

Ecovila Alto-Quiriri

Os membros da Ecovila Alto-Quiriri consideram imprescindível que a liberdade, a forma de vida e as posições políticas e religiosas de cada membro …

Tax meat to cut methane emissions, say scientists

Meat should be taxed to encourage people to eat less of it, so reducing the production of global warming gases from sheep, cattle and goats, according to a group of scientists.<p>Several high-profile figures, from the chief of the UN's climate science panel to the economist Lord Stern, have previously …

Why computers of the next digital age will be invisible

Computers are hi-tech, right? Our children may not see it that way. The next generation of digital devices will be hidden, says Tom Chatfield, bringing both benefits and dangers.<p>The author Douglas Adams once made a witty point about technology: the inventions we label “technologies” are simply …

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Do you want to help build a happier city?

Does your neighbourhood make you happy or sad? Researchers are realising that how we feel about our local surroundings is vital to a city's success.<p>How do you measure how happy a city is? Just last week, a new app launched that boasted to be able to collect all sorts of information about a city – …

Artificial intelligence: The machines with alien minds

Our smartest machines look nothing like we predicted – has the field lost its way, or do we need to rethink what AI actually means, asks Tom Chatfield.<p>Would modern artificial intelligence live up to the dreams of the field’s founders? Perhaps not. But in many ways, the smartest machines we have …

Why purpose-built cities may not solve living problems

What’s better, living in a new city raised from the ground or in an existing city that’s free to adapt? Here’s where designers and dwellers disagree.<p>Wandering the streets of Songdo is supposed to be a pleasant experience. The South Korean city boasts streets that are clean and spacious. There is …

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Sociedade Brasileira de Zoologia concede prêmio pela iniciativa da criação do Instituto Rã-bugio p/Conservação da Biodiversidade

A indicação ao prêmio foi feita por pesquisadores da área e julgamento da diretoria da SBZ que concedeu o prêmio pelo reconhecimento das iniciativas …

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Is it OK to torture or murder a robot?

We form such strong emotional bonds with machines that people can’t be cruel to them even though they know they are not alive. So should robots have rights?<p>Kate Darling likes to ask you to do terrible things to cute robots. At a workshop she organised this year, Darling asked people to play with a …

Neuromorphe Computer: Ein Hirn aus Silizium

Ein erstes Siliziumneuron<p>Etwa um das Jahr 1990 herum hatten Mead und seine Arbeitsgruppe gezeigt, dass sich so ein realitätsnahes Kunstneuron …

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Parks 2050: Growing food, curbing floods, cleaning air

Growing food, curbing floods and cleaning the air - the green spaces of tomorrow will be much more than just a pretty place.<p>Have you ever noticed a certain similarity in public parks and back gardens in the cities of the West? A ubiquitous woodland mix of lawn grasses and trees has found its way …

A luddite link to nano-terrorists

<i>• This article was amended on 14 November 2013 to remove an image of the Earth First logo. There was no intention to suggest a link between Earth First and any of the terrorist attacks referred to in the article. The logo was used only because the article refers to a column in an Earth First</i> …

The cars we’ll be driving in the world of 2050

What will the cars of 2050 look like? What will power them? Will they even have a steering wheel? Sven Beiker peers under the bonnet of tomorrow’s autos.<p>Car companies have recently been telling us what the car of 2020 will be like: autonomous is one word used, electric is another, and it will be …

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Charming Cabin Built for $500 with Repurposed Windows

Located in the mountains of West Virginia, photographer Nick Olson and designer Lilah Horwitz have built their own enchanting retreat made out of discarded windows. The towering home away from home boasts a creative facade made of windows of varying sizes, giving it an artistic flair that is both …

Why everyone may have a personal air vehicle

The idea of having a part car, part plane, part drone parked outside your home may not be as far-fetched as it seems. There really aren’t any technological hurdles to this.<p>We are going to have personal air vehicles that are both cars and planes, at least that’s Missy Cummings’s vision of the …

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Biohacker, Cyborgs und Co - Kann man mit Technik den Körper verbessern? - Multimedia - Bild.de

<b>Was sich anhört wie Science Fiction, ist für Menschen wie Tim Cannon Realität. Sie tragen Magneten im Körper und wollen mit Computertechnik Organe</b> …

Pedestrian power to shape future cities

Modern city growth has been led by the car. But new walking apps – and maps that help journeys seem more walkable – may lead to healthier, happier urban environments.<p>The most striking change to one of the largest cities on the planet can be seen easily from the air. All its freeways have been …

Der Hacker, der die Biologie überwinden will

Tim Cannon lässt sich Technik lieber implantieren, als sie nur am Handgelenk zu tragen. Der Biohacker betrachtet den menschlichen Körper als …

Test-riding the bicycles of the future

BBC Click tries out the latest models aiming to become the personal transport device of choice, but will they ever replace the traditional bike?<p>Companies are shrinking personal transport into ever-more compact models. Battery-powered personal transport devices are intended to be an economical way …

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Mensch vs. Maschine - 1:0

Geldautomaten, Check-In-Computer am Flughafen, Kinokarten aus dem Drucker: Bereitwillig übertragen wir Aufgaben an Maschinen, die früher Menschen …

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Why Apple Will Enter the Home Automation Market

For years, home automation has been the exclusive province of the very rich or extremely technical.<p>Companies you’ve probably never heard of, such as AMX, Control4, Crestron, Elan, HomeLogic, Colorado vNet, Vantage and Zenpanion have provided the platforms and many of the fundamental products, while …

Vor 40 Jahren: Wer lebt in welcher Simulation?

Am 14. und 16. Oktober 1973 strahlte die ARD den Zweiteiler "Welt am Draht" von Rainer Werner Fassbinder aus. Der Film basiert auf dem Roman …

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Qualcomm builds learning computer chip inspired by human brain

Computer technology still lags far behind the abilities of the human brain, which has billions of neurons that help us simultaneously process a plethora of stimuli from our many senses. But Qualcomm hopes to shrink that bridge with a new type of computer architecture modeled after the brain, which …