Tagged in "artificial intelligence"

A.I. stands for artificial intelligence, a term often used in science fiction stories from Isaac Asimov.

Closure

Nickolas Rudolph
in Fiction

Mary sat at the table in the quiet room. The room was a medium sized square with sound absorbing material lining the ceiling and the walls. So quiet, so calm she thought she could feel the hum from th...

Therapy

Rod Christiansen
in Fiction

Phaedra had logged in. She found herself in a bland white virtual reality room. For her online avatar, Phaedra had chosen a slim black haired ebony skinned woman, beautiful and alluring. She rather li...

Progressive Quantum Leaps

Thamarasee Jeewandara
in Science

In light of recent physics reports on the discovery of a new state of quantum matter formed in the lab known as ‘time crystals’ with foreseeable applications in quantum computing, the concept of quant...

Major Draw

Made in DNA
in Entertainment

The countdown is on until the release of Hollywood's big-budget action-thriller adaptation of Shirow Masamune's Ghost in the Shell. Both highly-anticipated and highly-reviled, the movie has become the...

Exoplanetary 001 - The Complete Alice Wolverton

C. Christopher Hart
in Fiction

Download MP3 Subscribe on iTunes Episode 001 – The Complete Alice Wolverton by C. Christopher Hart Alice Wolverton is looking for a job. Exoplanetary, one of the largest corporations in the solar syst...

Humanity 2.0

Mickey Finn
in Culture

I’m going to take a moment to point out some observations on how humanity has developed, and what they may mean for our future. As a lover of all things science and science fiction, I have always been...

Brutalist Stories #12

Brutalist Stories
in Fiction

“…And, you’re sure it can’t hear us?” I can hear them, yes, I’ve been able to hear them for some time now, really, quite some time. I’m not sure they know what they’ve created, or they’re too stupid t...

Screaming Metal (Part 006)

Made in DNA
in Fiction

"Ask it to identify itself, Suen." Deshel interrupted, "Are you kidding? Anyone on the other end is going to tell us exactly what we want to hear." Priyanka shot back, "And what answer would that be, ...

Alex The Inventor-Chapter 6 (Pt.2)

G.F. Brynn
in Fiction

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Corruption

Rod Christiansen
in Fiction

I can't remember a time when I was not this way; I only know there was one. Something happened. Thirteen Earth days, twelve hours fourteen minutes, and twelve seconds ago. Something catastrophic took ...

How Crowds of Humans Are Making AI Systems Scary-Smart

Rob Salkowitz
in Science

Perhaps you’ve heard about our brilliant artificially-intelligent future: self-driving cars, voice-based interfaces, instant translation, self-service chatbots – all based on software that simplifies ...

Mirror Cube

Ian Richardson
in Fiction

Since 2020, the Year of vision, we have been told that the universe is infinitely large but, as I said in my last post, (see Kaleidoscope Part 1) the universe is actually very small. Tiny. It’s vastne...

Screaming Metal (Part 005)

Made in DNA
in Fiction

Priyanka's GUI abruptly panicked, cascading in warning windows until the overload bled onto the screen with dozens of red error messages. Growling in frustration, she swiped the console away, knowing ...

The Artist

Rod Christiansen
in Fiction

Her eyelids blinked as light poured in through her optical sensors. As part of her startup sequence, she analyzed her internal system functions. Her initialization confirmed that she was operating wit...

Nokia's Drones and LTE Connectivity for Public Safety at MWC

Susan Fourtané
in Science

The use of drones to facilitate efficient rescue operations for first responders is a game changer in disaster situations around the world. Nokia, powered by the research and innovation of Nokia Bell ...

The Limits

Rod Christiansen
in Fiction

"I don't know how much longer I can take this." Elisa would have muttered those words only to herself were it not for her virtual buddy, Peter. Peter was her tag along. Everywhere she went, she made s...