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Ideas Lab at The World Economic Forum

Some nice snack-sized videos here from Imperial College at the World Economic Forum. The first one is about problem solving in data-rich environments (5 minutes) The second is about software that writes software (5 minutes) The third is about creating … Continue reading

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The robots really are coming

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Relationships between Science and Fiction

    Still digging into science vs. fiction – looking at holography, artificial reproduction, high-speed trains and fibre optics among other things. Just stumbled into this (below) whilst researching Jules Verne. Some good points, for example… “what is usually cited … Continue reading

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Sci fi movies (and books) that came true

  Just playing around with an idea, which is whether there’s anything interesting to be said about speculations in science fiction versus science fact. Seems like quite a bit of what gets written about in fiction tends to become fact … Continue reading

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