Category: science


Trans-Humanist Leader: Robot Nanny State is Coming

American Homes of the Future Will Have Robots to Cook, Clean, Entertain and Even Babysit Your Children Zoltan Istvan | TECH CRUNCH Robots intrigue us. We all like them. But most of us don’t love them. That may dramatically change over the next 10 years as the “robot nanny” makes its way into our households. In […]

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Man Builds Robot, Teaches it to Celebrate Star Wars Day

Robot-Human Comedy Troop Looks to Pioneer Entertainment with Android Actors Kristan T. Harris | American Intelligence Report Arthur Simone, co-founder of Coldtowne Theater in Austin, Texas, along with Martin Triplett, founder of Red Sky Robotics, are pioneering improvisational robot-human comedy with a new show titled “Bot Party“. Bot Party was performed at this year’s SXSW and is an alchemy of robotics, puppetry, theatre […]

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Students Use Mind-Control To Fly Drones

University of Florida Students Use Brainwaves to Race Flying Drones Kristan T. Harris | American Intelligence Report Students at the University of Florida put on headsets and participated in the first ever, mind-control drone race. The headband controller distinguishes your brain’s electric activity and brings the drone to life. This year’s event featured 16 students who mentally flew a drone down […]

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Holoportation Device Projects Loved Ones Into Your Living Room

Will Microsoft’s Holoportation Technology Replace Cell Phones? Kristan T. Harris | American Intelligence Report Technology in development by software giant Microsoft, will beam your loved ones into your living room using a process called holoportation. According to Microsoft’s research departments recent video, holoportation “is a new type of 3D capture technology that allows high quality 3D […]

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DNA Printing Company Wants to “Democratize Creation,” Create Custom Animals

Would You Create a Custom Creature or Pet for a Reasonable Price? Kristan T. Harris | American Intelligence Report Austen Heinz, CEO of Cambrian Genomics, claims he has made it possible for anybody to modify or create new synthetic life forms with a DNA Laser printer. His 11-person crew has raised $10 million, from more than 120 […]

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New Analytics Tool Can Predict Police Misconduct

City Council in Charlotte Vote to Pioneer New Predictive Analytics Misconduct Tool For Police Kristan T. Harris | American Intelligence Report A new predictive analytics tool may be able to prevent police misconduct by using meta data and historical records, FiveThirtyEight reports. The city council in Charlotte, North Carolina, voted to move forward and pioneer a new forecasting […]

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NASA Admits Original Moon Landing Tapes Got Erased

The Originals Were Part of 200,000 Tapes that Were Magnetically Erased Kristan T. Harris | American Intelligence Report NASA admitted in 2006 that they could not locate the authentic video copy of the Moon landing that took place on July 20, 1969. Since then, Richard Nafzger, an engineer at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center has solved […]

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Judge Rules In Favor of Man Who Shot Down Drone for Hovering in Backyard

Kentucky Judge Dismisses All Charges Against Man Who Shot Down Drone Kristan T. Harris | American Intelligence Report Judge Rebecca Ward has cleared charges against William Merideth for destroying a drone which was hovering over his property with a shotgun, claiming the drone was an invasion of privacy, local TV station WDRB-TV reports. “He had a right to shoot at […]

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