‘Our notion of privacy will be useless’: what happens if technology learns to read our minds?

(*2*) “The cranium acts as a bastion of privateness; the mind is the final personal a part of ourselves,” Australian neurosurgeon Tom Oxley says from New York. Oxley is the CEO of Synchron, a neurotechnology corporate born in Melbourne that has effectively trialled hi-tech mind implants that permit other people to ship emails and texts… Continue reading ‘Our notion of privacy will be useless’: what happens if technology learns to read our minds?

Foam F-35 Learns to Hover

With affordable RC {hardware}, tough motors, and high-capacity battery packs, getting one thing to fly hasn’t ever been more straightforward. It additionally is helping that, whether or not you’re into fixed-wing craft or multirotors, there’s quite a lot of knowledge and prior artwork floating round on-line that you’ll be able to use to jumpstart your… Continue reading Foam F-35 Learns to Hover