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Technology august 9, 2013

Deconstructed Animations Explore Different Human Emotions [Video]

Artist uses facial recognition technology to delve into the relative state of human beings.

Work july 17, 2013

Intricate Paperclip Sculptures Depict People In Motion [Pics]

One sculptor opts for a more unique medium than simple clay and marble.

Retail april 12, 2013

Julius Marchwicki: Developing A More Personal Relationship Between Humans & Tech [PSFK 2013]

Ford product manager sheds light on the growing interactivity between user and the gadget, and what we can expect to see in the cars of the future.

IoT march 29, 2013

Google Image Montage Demonstrates Essential Human Curiosity

Artist puts together search images in a way that makes viewers see them in a new light.

Design & Architecture february 20, 2013

Robot Actors Debut Alongside Human Stars

Oriza Hirata of Japan's Seinendan Theater Company, partnering with the Osaka University Robot Theater Project, stage 2 short plays in which anthropomorphic machines play major roles.

Luxury october 23, 2012

12 Stories You Need To Know Today

Amazon wipes users Kindle accounts, an ad agency develops a Broadway show, and Jay-Z and B. lose the battle to trademark their baby's name...Links to start your day with.

Technology october 9, 2012

New Captcha System Uses Feelings To Separate Humans From Machines

Everyday online activity is transformed to stop and make you feel.

september 13, 2011

Transhumanism: Do We Really Want Extreme Human Enhancement? [Headlines]

Slate presents a conversation on transhumanism, the idea that human beings can enhance themselves using technology.

Arts & Culture february 16, 2011

Web TV Series Teaches Computers What It’s Like To Be Human

m ss ng p eces and Sundance Channel have released an original series, named RESET, which is designed primarily for computers, not humans, to watch.

Cities september 14, 2010

Man As An Evolution Of The Machine

Timothy Taylor's The Artificial Ape offers a new evolutionary theory about technology and humans.

Design & Architecture may 6, 2009

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