This week: break-in-news, I spy with my data eye, and fashion out of fashion.
If we are to ensure new technologies benefit human functioning and wellbeing we must move beyond the current focus on apocalyptic messages.
Elon Musk reckons it’s probable that humans are just characters in someone’s computer game.
This week: AI can't see my cat, predicting is creating, and it's a Musk.
This week: the algorithm is innocent, Australians in space, and the licence to watch.
This week: meet Mike, why electric cars are only getting greener, and are digital natives real?
Season 2 is here: what happened while we were gone, real problems with AI, spying vacuums, and a suicidal robot.
This week's April Fool's special edition: how Elon Musk wants to save us from the AI apocalypse, the role of smart phones in planned parenthood, farmers hacking tractors, and Trump's burning tweets.
The self-driving car is often presented as the transportation technology of the future. Indeed, Google already had a fleet of 20+ self-driving vehicles that have travelled almost one million autonomous miles.
The energy industry is a critical industry because it underpins Australia's economic success and quality of life. How can we move beyond economic and engineering perspectives we naturally tend to focus on and consider the human side of energy security? We talk to Associate Professor Jane Lê to find out.
This week: why electric cars are nothing like fax machines, Elon Musk offers to solve South Australia’s power problems in 100 days, and a strange experiment at the German space agency.