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The Providence Phoenix | Experimental band Yeasayer’s Odd Blood inspired by Kurzweil’s vision of human-machine intelligence

April 29, 2010

yeasayer odd blood

Source: The Providence Phoenix — February 9, 2010 | Jonathan Donaldson

The Onion | Disney Lab unveils its latest line of genetically engineered child stars

October 21, 2010

Source: The Onion — September 16, 2008

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Every breath you take, every move you make …

September 19, 2011 by Amara D. Angelica

breath_detector

Has NASA discovered extraterrestrial life?

December 1, 2010 by Amara D. Angelica

rhea

BOOK REVIEW | Dark Hero of the Information Age

March 21, 2005

dark_hero

Source: New York Times — Mar 20, 2005 | Clive Thompson

comic | Science Montage

February 23, 2010

© xkcd webcomics

Source: xkcd webcomics

Synthespianism and anthropomorphization of computer graphics

October 2, 2002 by Diana Walczak

Health Tips | Surviving the holidays

December 24, 2010 by David Despain

book review | The Department of Mad Scientists

January 14, 2010

The Department of Mad Scientists

Source: The New York Times — December 24, 2009 | William Saletan

HUMOR | Google announces Cognitive Autoheuristic Distributed-Intelligence Entity

April 1, 2009

Source: KurzweilAI — April 1, 2009

Yorkshire Evening Post | Title track from Foals’ new album, Total Life Forever, inspired by futurist Ray Kurzweil

April 29, 2010

foals album

Source: Yorkshire Evening Post — April 29, 2010 | Duncan Seaman

The Onion | ‘Warcraft’ sequel lets you play a character playing ‘Warcraft’

October 21, 2010

Source: The Onion — June 3, 2008

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book review | Ray Kurzweil’s read on latest AI insights in the book Flesh and Machines: How Robots Will Change Us

October 31, 2002 by Ray Kurzweil

Long before the Spike Jonze film Her there was Teknolust

Lynn Hershman Leeson and her virtual personas
March 6, 2014 by R.U. Sirius

Teknolust film poster

BOOK REVIEW | Augmented Animals

May 4, 2005

augmented_animals

Source: Wired News — May 3, 2005

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