Monthly Archives: June 2015

Imaginary Cities

I’m sure I’m like most of you when I say Saturday mornings as a child were made up of animated shorts of an imaginary futurescapes like the Jetsons. However Imaginary Cities need not simply exist in fiction or the mind. Each city … Continue reading

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The Future of Art In An Age Of Digital Intelligence

Previously it was thought that no robot could create anything that is related to creativity or art. However, scientists of Konstanz University have created a robot artist that paints on white paper with its digital painter program. Its name is … Continue reading

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The Beginning Of The End Of Terrestrial Collider-Based Physics?

The existence of magnetic monopoles is a widely discussed topic in physics. Predicted in 1931 by Paul Dirac, a magnetic monopole is a particle that contains only one magnetic pole, therefore containing a net “magnetic charge”. They are yet to … Continue reading

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Avengers: Age of Ultron UI Screen Graphics

With a creative approach that brings emotive depth to their work, Territory crafted technology, UI and tools that expressed each individual’s unique characteristics in digital form. And, by referencing research into state of the art clinical diagnostic technology, and the … Continue reading

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What follows is a movie written by a machine…

Chris R. Wilson wrote a movie plot with the help of the artificial intelligence website, Cleverbot. The weirdest part about this film is that the actors are actually good. And they can recite vapid dialogue emotively while keeping a straight face. I guess machines can’t … Continue reading

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Einstein & The Alternate Theory Of Gravity

The Space Power Facility at NASA Glenn Research Center’s Plum Brook Station in Sandusky, Ohio, houses the world’s largest vacuum chamber. Image Credit: NASA/Michelle Murphy (WYLE) Albert Einstein, who won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1921, contributed an alternate theory … Continue reading

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