Risto Suoknuuti

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In the video above, we examine how artificial intelligence has evolved over time and will continue to grow as technology improves - from computer scientist John McCarthy first making reference to AI in 1956, to virtual assistants on our smartphones emerging in 2011 and more.

ANOTHER industry is at risk of being replaced by robot workers after an artificially intelligent robot wrote an entire article in just one second.

Experts have shared their concerns that the Large Hadron Collider could destroy the Earth, but there are now discoveries of a fifth fundamental force. More collisions will be carried out in April to gather more data.

Data from the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), have greatly increased what physicists know about the Higgs boson (Professor Peter Higgs pictured).

Time is actually relative, and flexible and, according to Albert Einstein himself, 'the dividing line between past, present, and future is an illusion'. Below in the video Prof. Brian Greene explains this concepts beautifully…. So watch and learn.

Griffith University Associate Professor Joan Vaccaro has put forward a suggestion on why there’s a difference between the future and the past.

While exploring the lunar surface, China’s Chang’e 3 lander discovered a new type of moon rock, and managed to snap THOUSANDS of high-resolution images of the moon.   For the first time ever, you can take a peek at the lunar surface like never before thanks to the sophisticated cameras located onboard the Chang’e 3, one of China’s most advanced lunar landers.

On December China’s Yutu lunar lander and rover, also known as “Jade Rabbit,” touched down on the surface of the Moon, the first landing on the M

This is roughly how our galaxy, The Milky Way, will look to the first human-spawned artificial intelligence ruminating on its existence in some massive intergalactic traveling spacecraft as it shifts its cameras backward to peer through millions of light years at its former home.

Credit: NASA, ESA, and M. Mutchler (STScI) This stunning cosmic pairing of the two very different looking spiral galaxies NGC 4302 and NGC 4298 was imaged by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope.