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The Sheer Difficulty of Defining What a Robot Is

Right now, nobody can agree on what a robot is.
Jordan Pearson
4.17.15
Culture

Is Immortality GOOD or BAD?

Living forever: Is it worth it?
Vicki Turk and Brian Anderson
4.17.15
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The Most Beautiful and Terrifying Predictions of Post-Humanity In Video Games

From 'Call of Duty' to 'Deus Ex', augmentation either enhances our humanity or erodes it.
Soha Kareem
4.17.15
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Twitter Found My Mom

It’s nice to remember the internet can be useful and not just a place to bofa and updog unsuspecting victims.
Ashwin Rodrigues
4.17.15
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Cyborgs I Have Loved

There's something sexy about being part machine.
Arikia Millikan
4.17.15
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The Quest to Make Massive Gaming Worlds Realistically Complex

London startup Improbable is trying to make simulated worlds where you can interact with everything, and actions have consequences.
Victoria Turk
4.17.15
robots

The Rise of the Hackbots

DARPA is trying to find out whether robots will ever replace hackers.
Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai
4.17.15
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Will Robots Need Passports?

Will countries ban certain types of technology as a protectionist measure?
Jason Koebler
4.16.15
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The Top 10 Body Hacks in Video Games

From mushrooms to vampirism.
Becky Ferreira
4.16.15
videos

The Dawn of Killer Robots

Watch Motherboard's film on the evolving relationship between humans and robots, and what intelligent machines bode for the future of warfare and humanity.
Connelly LaMar and Brian Anderson
4.16.15
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When We're All Cyborgs, We'll Still Care About Sports

Whether it's pills, needles, or robot arms, human enhancement will continue to influence the sports world.
Jorge Arangure Jr.
4.16.15
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The Only Anti-Cryonics Law in North America

Cryonics isn't illegal here, but advertising is.
Miné Salkin
4.16.15