In the 1940s, science fiction author Olaf Stapledon gave a talk to a school about the future. Addressing his audience as "you citizens of the future", he proposed three visions for this future: the "destruction of the human race", a "worldwide police state", and "an entirely new kind of human world"...
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Imagine a world where humans co-existed with beings who, like us, had minds, thoughts,  feelings , self-conscious awareness and the capacity to perform purposeful actions – but, unlike us, these beings had artificial mechanical bodies that could be switched on and off. That brave new world would thr...

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Artificial intelligence refers, among other things , to machines' capacity to demonstrate some degree of what humans consider "intelligence". This process is being driven by the rapid advancement of machine learning: getting machines to think for themselves rather than pre-programming them with an a...
  Get used to hearing a lot more about artificial intelligence. Even if you discount the utopian and dystopian hyperbole, the 21st century will broadly be defined not just by advancements in artificial intelligence, robotics, computing and cognitive neuroscience, but how we manage them. For som...
Ian McEwan's latest book, Machines Like Me: A Novel offers an alternative history: Britain has lost the Falklands War, Margaret Thatcher is waging an election campaign against Tony Benn and Alan Turing survived homophobic persecution to achieve breakthroughs in artificial intelligence. The novel pai...
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Reviewed by SFBR Admin Reviewer  Details of Book SF Book Review Description: Major Tanis Richards has secured a berth on the Intrepid' colony ship, but first she has to ensure it can launch and that's no mean feat even for the 'Butcher of Toro' a nickname that cost her a promotion and left her ...
Half a century after humans first walked on the moon, a number of private companies and nations are planning to build permanent bases on the lunar surface. Despite the technological progress since the Apollo era, this will be extremely challenging. So how should you get started? The conditions at th...
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