Robots

Another Take On That Battlestar Finale

Socialists say AFTER SIX wonderful years, it’s hard to say goodbye to Battlestar Galactica (BSG), the most intelligent, provocative, unexpected and downright gods-damn enjoyable television series of our time. And after four seasons of mind-bending ambiguity, complexity and possibility, it has to be said that the end was a disappointment. The extended episode seemed rushed,

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Why Is This But A Passing Note On Drudge?

We’re getting so damn close… A laboratory robot called Adam has been hailed as the first machine in history to have discovered new scientific knowledge independently of its human creators. Adam formed a hypothesis on the genetics of bakers’ yeast and carried out experiments to test its predictions, without intervention from its makers at Aberystwyth

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