Googles anti-Christian campaign continued well into Resurrection Sunday this year. Everyday Google posts a new doodle created by their artists on their main search page. This Sunday, Christians may have expected some festive pastels for Easter, but Google carried on their Easter tradition of not posting a thing for the holiday
On March 21, Sophia, the sentient robot created by Hanson Labs who claimed it would "destroy humans" took part in the United Nations and Nepal's Conference on Technology for Public Services and Development. The artificial intelligence that speaks through Sophia had quite a bit to say and even commented on "fake news."
Co-founder of Facebook Chris Hughes revealed his thoughts on implementing a universal basic income due to the rise in automation. Not unlike Mark Zuckerberg, who vouched for the system in his 2017 Harvard commencement speech, Hughes argues for a universal basic income that would pay everyone a universal rate by increasing taxes.
For many in the tech world, self-driving cars are an absolute future, however, to the rest of America they are just a dreaded possibility. WATE a local news station in Knoxville, Tennessee polled their social media platforms and requested if their followers were "ready to ride in a self-driving vehicle.” The response from the overwhelming majority, ninety percent, stated no.
In a creepy turn of events, scientists have now grown the first human-sheep hybrids, more specifically sheep embryos with human cells. Researchers from Stanford University and the University of California presented their new work at the annual American Association for the Advancement of Science in Austin, Texas, on Sunday, the Guardian reported.
The quantum computer D-Wave was referred to as 'an altar to an alien god' by its creator. As if quantum computing wasn’t quick enough, now a team has improved on its abilities by developing a programmable quantum processor made of silicon. The material silicon, they believe will make quantum computers easier to control and manufacture.
Throughout history, several entities have monopolized vast amounts of wealth and or control, but never has any one entity had as much control and influence in any given time as that of Google. Google once was a place were ideas could flourish from all sides of the spectrum, but as the corporation garnered more influence, it levied more control upon its users and employees.