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The Age
Robot age is arriving sooner than we thoughtThe dystopian vision from Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines might not be so fa
Robot age is arriving sooner than we thought
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
The dystopian vision from Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines might not be so far-fetched. About 542 million years ago, something weird and profound happened on Earth. Quite abruptly, life went inventively crazy, proliferating from simple,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Robot age is arriving sooner than we thoughtThe dystopian vision from Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines might not be so fa
Robot age is arriving sooner than we thought
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
The dystopian vision from Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines might not be so far-fetched. About 542 million years ago, something weird and profound happened on Earth. Quite abruptly, life went inventively crazy, proliferating from simple,... Read more
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9d
Canberra Times
Robot age is arriving sooner than we thoughtThe dystopian vision from Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines might not be so fa
Robot age is arriving sooner than we thought
Canberra Times / Posted 9 days ago
The dystopian vision from Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines might not be so far-fetched. About 542 million years ago, something weird and profound happened on Earth. Quite abruptly, life went inventively crazy, proliferating from simple,... Read more
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9d
Brisbane Times
Robot age is arriving sooner than we thoughtThe dystopian vision from Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines might not be so fa
Robot age is arriving sooner than we thought
Brisbane Times / Posted 9 days ago
The dystopian vision from Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines might not be so far-fetched. About 542 million years ago, something weird and profound happened on Earth. Quite abruptly, life went inventively crazy, proliferating from simple,... Read more
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9d
WA Today
Robot age is arriving sooner than we thoughtThe dystopian vision from Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines might not be so fa
Robot age is arriving sooner than we thought
WA Today / Posted 9 days ago
The dystopian vision from Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines might not be so far-fetched. About 542 million years ago, something weird and profound happened on Earth. Quite abruptly, life went inventively crazy, proliferating from simple,... Read more
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27d
WA Today
The search for life on other planets gets a boost from Russian entrepreneur Yuri MilnerAn artistic illustration compares Earth (left) to a planet beyond the solar sys
The search for life on other planets gets a boost from Russian entrepreneur Yuri Milner
WA Today / Posted 27 days ago
An artistic illustration compares Earth (left) to a planet beyond the solar system that is a close match to Earth, called Kepler-452b. The planet, which is about 60 per cent bigger than Earth, is about 1400 light years away in the constellation... Read more
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27d
The Age
The search for life on other planets gets a boost from Russian entrepreneur Yuri MilnerAn artistic illustration compares Earth (left) to a planet beyond the solar sys
The search for life on other planets gets a boost from Russian entrepreneur Yuri Milner
The Age / Posted 27 days ago
An artistic illustration compares Earth (left) to a planet beyond the solar system that is a close match to Earth, called Kepler-452b. The planet, which is about 60 per cent bigger than Earth, is about 1400 light years away in the constellation... Read more
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27d
Sydney Morning Herald
The search for life on other planets gets a boost from Russian entrepreneur Yuri MilnerAn artistic illustration compares Earth (left) to a planet beyond the solar sys
The search for life on other planets gets a boost from Russian entrepreneur Yuri Milner
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 27 days ago
An artistic illustration compares Earth (left) to a planet beyond the solar system that is a close match to Earth, called Kepler-452b. The planet, which is about 60 per cent bigger than Earth, is about 1400 light years away in the constellation... Read more
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27d
Canberra Times
The search for life on other planets gets a boost from Russian entrepreneur Yuri MilnerAn artistic illustration compares Earth (left) to a planet beyond the solar sys
The search for life on other planets gets a boost from Russian entrepreneur Yuri Milner
Canberra Times / Posted 27 days ago
An artistic illustration compares Earth (left) to a planet beyond the solar system that is a close match to Earth, called Kepler-452b. The planet, which is about 60 per cent bigger than Earth, is about 1400 light years away in the constellation... Read more
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27d
Brisbane Times
The search for life on other planets gets a boost from Russian entrepreneur Yuri MilnerAn artistic illustration compares Earth (left) to a planet beyond the solar sys
The search for life on other planets gets a boost from Russian entrepreneur Yuri Milner
Brisbane Times / Posted 27 days ago
An artistic illustration compares Earth (left) to a planet beyond the solar system that is a close match to Earth, called Kepler-452b. The planet, which is about 60 per cent bigger than Earth, is about 1400 light years away in the constellation... Read more
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30d
WA Today
Why some think finding alien life would be a 'crushing blow' to humanity's futureOlbers' Paradox asks why is the sky dark at night? In an infinite eternal unive
Why some think finding alien life would be a 'crushing blow' to humanity's future
WA Today / Posted 30 days ago
Olbers' Paradox asks why is the sky dark at night? In an infinite eternal universe, every line of sight would end on a star and even dust clouds would glow as bright as day. Photo: iStock If you dream of close encounters of the alien kind, this has... Read more
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30d
Canberra Times
Why some think finding alien life would be a 'crushing blow' to humanity's futureOlbers' Paradox asks why is the sky dark at night? In an infinite eternal unive
Why some think finding alien life would be a 'crushing blow' to humanity's future
Canberra Times / Posted 30 days ago
Olbers' Paradox asks why is the sky dark at night? In an infinite eternal universe, every line of sight would end on a star and even dust clouds would glow as bright as day. Photo: iStock If you dream of close encounters of the alien kind, this has... Read more
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30d
Brisbane Times
Why some think finding alien life would be a 'crushing blow' to humanity's futureOlbers' Paradox asks why is the sky dark at night? In an infinite eternal unive
Why some think finding alien life would be a 'crushing blow' to humanity's future
Brisbane Times / Posted 30 days ago
Olbers' Paradox asks why is the sky dark at night? In an infinite eternal universe, every line of sight would end on a star and even dust clouds would glow as bright as day. Photo: iStock If you dream of close encounters of the alien kind, this has... Read more
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30d
The Age
Why some think finding alien life would be a 'crushing blow' to humanity's futureOlbers' Paradox asks why is the sky dark at night? In an infinite eternal unive
Why some think finding alien life would be a 'crushing blow' to humanity's future
The Age / Posted 30 days ago
Olbers' Paradox asks why is the sky dark at night? In an infinite eternal universe, every line of sight would end on a star and even dust clouds would glow as bright as day. Photo: iStock If you dream of close encounters of the alien kind, this has... Read more
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30d
Sydney Morning Herald
Why some think finding alien life would be a 'crushing blow' to humanity's futureOlbers' Paradox asks why is the sky dark at night? In an infinite eternal unive
Why some think finding alien life would be a 'crushing blow' to humanity's future
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 30 days ago
Olbers' Paradox asks why is the sky dark at night? In an infinite eternal universe, every line of sight would end on a star and even dust clouds would glow as bright as day. Photo: iStock If you dream of close encounters of the alien kind, this has... Read more
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PhysOrg
The autonomous killing systems of the future are already here, they're just not necessarily weapons – yet(Potentially) killer AI tech is already here, built into many less ominous soun
The autonomous killing systems of the future are already here, they're just not necessarily weapons – yet
PhysOrg / Posted a month ago
(Potentially) killer AI tech is already here, built into many less ominous sounding everyday objects. Credit: zen_warden, CC BY-NC-ND When the discussion of "autonomous weapons systems" inevitably prompts comparisons to Terminator-esque killer robots... Read more

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