Computational creativity and the future of AI

Chris Wood

NASA's new study, which focused in part on the pictured auroral region, will help allow sc...

A new NASA study focusing on irregularities in Earth’s upper atmosphere may help scientists overcome disruptions in GPS communication. The findings provide an insight into the causes of the disruptive regions, and represent the first time that such observations have been made from space.  Read More

Under construction in Sweden, EcoDataCenter will have a positive impact on the world aroun...

Information and communications technology consumes a full 10 percent of the world’s electricity, meaning that whenever a new data center is designed, its efficiency is of paramount concern. A new project, known as EcoDataCenter, will be the world’s first-climate positive data center, utilizing various techniques and technologies to ensure a positive impact on the wider world.  Read More

The 20-foot-wide reflector antenna is a key component of the system, and is responsible fo... NASA mission controllers have successfully deployed the Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) observatory’s reflector antenna, in what is an important step along the road towards the satellite becoming fully operational.  Read More

Curiosity's new selfie shows the Pahrump Hills region, where the rover has been conducting...

NASA has released a self-portrait of Curiosity, showing a full view of the Pahrump Hills sites where the rover has been working for the last five months. The mosaic view includes a look at the Telegraph Peak site where the rover has just begun drilling, analyzing the chemistry of the rocks and soil.  Read More

20 Formula E cars from 10 teams will race in the 2015/2016 FIA Formula E Championship (Pho...

The Federation Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) has announced that ten teams will compete in the second year of Formula E racing, while eight manufacturers will supply powertrains. The competition is set to heat up during the 2015/2016 race calendar, with teams being allowed to develop the vehicles for the first time.  Read More

The new tissue system contains platelet-producing blood cells called megakaryocytes (seen ...

Researchers at Tufts University School of Engineering and the University of Pavia (Italy) have developed a three-dimensional tissue made from porous silk, that’s capable of producing platelets for clinical use. The development is expected to have a significant impact on treatment of blood diseases.  Read More

DARPA's Communicating with Computers (CwC) program is aimed at improving human/machine com...

DARPA’s new initiative, known as the Communicating with Computers (CwC) program, aims to improve the ability of machines to communicate effectively with their human counterparts. The agency has two initial experiments planned, focusing on the somewhat differing fields of improved conversational skills and better cancer detection.  Read More

HAKUTO and Astrobotic will work together in their effort to reach the moon (Photo: XPRIZE,...

Two of the teams competing for the prestigious Google Lunar XPRIZE have announced a partnership, bringing them one step closer to landing on the moon. The HAKUTO team’s rover will hitch a ride on the Astrobotic Griffin lander when it sets off in the second half of 2016.  Read More

The new images were taken by the High Resolution Stereo Camera on the Mars Express orbiter... New images taken by the ESA’s Mars Express orbiter have provided a fresh look at a region believed to be hiding large volumes of water ice just beneath the surface – something that could serve as a water source for future manned missions to the Red Planet.  Read More

The new mosaic covers 6,800 kilometers (4,200 miles) of icy terrain (Image: NASA Earth Obs...

February 11 marked the two-year anniversary of the launch of NASA’s Landsat 8 satellite, an event that signaled the continuation of an Earth observation project that began in the early 1970s. To celebrate the occasion, the team has released a vast composite image that stretches unbroken from Sweden to British Columbia.  Read More

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