Kumud M. Srinivasan shares her admiration for technology and wonders why there is growing apprehension surrounding technological advancements.
Fully functioning sexbots are only a decade away, but the concept of the carnal robot has long taken root in our fiction. We should be ashamed of ourselves.
Back in the years of bell-bottoms and roller disco, great titans fought with calculators. Four decades on, we have the iPhone. Who says war has no benefit?
A crack team of engineers, dentists, and biologists have created tiny robots that will fix your teeth from the inside. Sounds affordable.
The data we archive today becomes history tomorrow. So, considering that we’re writing our own canon, I’m wondering who is saving exactly what.
As it has been long established, humans are subject to six unifying emotions. However, with the birth of technology that mimics us for our benefit, this represents a problem.
On YouTube, nothing is original, but everything lasts forever. Therefore, if we leaf through its oldest testaments, we can see the genesis of today’s lumbering beast.
We can’t stop it, humanoid robots are coming. However, with growing technology making them more lifelike, when do we start treating them like people?