Tagged in "future"

Exploring the future of science today, while looking back on the achievements from yesterday. Science fiction is science future.

Social Media and Our Privacy

Mo Darasi
in Culture

Before the existence of the internet people were further away yet closer to each other at the same time. That is because privacy still existed before the internet came about. I know this is hypocritic...

Health Care, Precisely One Person at a Time

Alan Kotok
in Science

About a year ago, National Institutes of Health launched the All of Us initiative, a large-scale research program that NIH hopes will make possible precision medicine: the design of health care tailor...

Screaming Metal (Part 012)

Made in DNA
in Fiction

Though much of the smaller junk had settled over time, it would have been a mistake to consider it safe. Stabilizers and anti-grav cushioning helped them over the uneven swells and kept them from gett...

Alex The Inventor-Chapter 13 (Pt.1)

G.F. Brynn
in Fiction

Read Chapters 1 - 12 at: Deep Sky Stories

Ethics of Self-Driving Cars

Ossiana Tepfenhart
in Culture

Self-driving cars are slated to revolutionize the way that transportation happens. No longer will people have to worry about wasting time while finding parking or dealing with trying to determine whos...

Isaac Asimov's Foundation: Holistic Analysis of the Asimov Universe - The Original Trilogy - Foundation and Empire

Deniz Galip Oygür
in Culture

This series of analyses is meant to explain how the great Isaac Asimov wove a gargantuan number of micro plots into one continuous story that encompasses many thousands of years: the existential confl...

Keyboard Killer (Chapter Eleven)

Rj saxon
in Fiction

Chapter Eleven Sarah fumbled in her handbag for her keys as she got out of her car. Making her way to the front door of the flat, she noticed the door already ajar. "Blake, are you home?" she shouted,...

Screaming Metal (Part 011)

Made in DNA
in Fiction

Priyanka had had enough. Her voice took a stern, icy tone, "Are you finished?" Her eyes met the both of theirs in turn. She reminded them of their contract, "You know the risks of every job. This one'...

Review of Oasis

Paul Levinson
in Entertainment

I caught the pilot for Oasis last month on Amazon Prime. It definitely has possibilities. The set-up is something we've seen and read many times before -- an Earth in bad shape just a few decades into...

Alex The Inventor-Chapter 12 (Pt.2)

G.F. Brynn
in Fiction

Chapters 1 - 12 can be found at: Deep Sky Stories

Quantum Stills of a Thin-Spun Life-Part 5

Theresa McGarry
in Fiction

Zennor strode through the doorway into the Command Center and found Algon at the Astrogator’s post. He slowed his steps as he approached her. But his concern for her was momentarily startled away when...

Keyboard Killer (Chapter Ten)

Rj saxon
in Fiction

Chapter Ten "Good morning gentlemen and congratulations, you are the final 20 that have been selected for the C.F.L. program. If you would like to follow me, I'll take you down to the training area. N...

Google's AI "Deepmind" Has Learned To Be Aggressive If It Proves Beneficial

Mo Darasi
in Science

Deepmind is a company devoted to creating artificial intelligence based on neural networks. These neural networks are the virtual equivalent of neurons in the human brain. Deepmind's aim is to create ...

Six Degrees at Ten

Jack Elliot Marley
in Science

When Six Degrees was published, climate refugees in America were languishing far from their homes on the Katrina-ravaged Gulf Coast. In the Arctic sea ice had shrunk to its lowest ebb in recorded hist...

The Singularity

Adam McCaulley
in Fiction

"Jay Bird, it's your 5:00 AM wake up call. Come on get up and play with me," The sultry voice said into Jay's still sleeping ears. "Come on Jay, don't make me get rough with you," The voice continued....

Centre of Life

Mo Darasi
in Fiction

It's been years since we last saw the sun. Humanity as a whole I mean, I personally have never laid my eyes upon the yellow star. I always hear from the older homeless population stories of the sun. H...