We’re all doomed.
We’re all doomed.
The depressed robot edition.
We have the technology to fly planes piloted entirely by computers, experts say. The problem is that passengers aren’t ready for robotic planes — and neither are human pilots.
There’s more than meets the eye.
They won’t be recruited for the robot war. H/T /r/shittyrobots.
Randi Harper was sick of fighting with trolls, so she built a computer program that does it for her.
Prepare yourself for a fact blitzkrieg!
Why yes, we do need a seven-story tall robot that juggles Volkswagons.
Sometimes robots are idiots.
We’re safe. For now.
Maybe you are next!
Robots are about to get you fired. But let’s face it, that’s because they’re so much better at your job than you are.
No one is safe.
Plus the terrifying new fitness app on Google Glass, 10 things that suggest Her could become a reality, and 5 awesome celebs who should totally guest star on The Simpsons.
Sometimes sci-fi predicts the future better than science. Agent Gabriel Vaughn has been enhanced with a microchip in his brain that gives him direct access to the global information grid. How long until science fiction becomes science fact? Intelligence, Monday 10/9c, only on CBS.
And androids and cyborgs of course. Made by illustrator Scott Park.
Here are some special messages from our robot friends on how to be human.
Plus the most cringe-worthy metaphors from R. Kelly’s new album, 5 books to buy for booze lovers, and a cute obituary for the ugliest dog ever.
Basically, humans are screwed.
Basically, Skynet is already here.
Plus 10 great quirky romcoms on Netflix, the neuroscience of zombies, and “Sexual Deviant Pikachu.”
Because sometimes friendship requires an off switch.
Everything your inner nine-year-old loves, condensed into one movie.
Okay, but why?
Bleep blorp boop.
The WildCat is just the latest in a long line of robots designed to freak you out.
Someday we’ll all be robots. Will you be a breakdancing one? Or one that plays the violin?
What you see on the big screen isn’t always as far away as you’d think.
Did you know that sci-fi writers had a lot of our best ideas first?