Category Archives: Tech

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A Unified Theory of Artificial Intelligence

Skynet can’t be far behind… As a research tool, Goodman has developed a computer programming language called Church — after the great American logician Alonzo Church — that, like the early AI languages, includes rules of inference. But those rules are probabilistic. Told that the cassowary is a bird, a program written in Church might […]

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Licensed To Surf

Reports have already surfaced of Feds in the USA invading the Social Networking Sites in order to track terrorists, money laundering mafia bosses and (they have had some success with this one) teens who post photographs of themselves drinking underage. The UK is following in these footsteps by retiring non-tech savvy operatives and hiring bright […]

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Marine Centre To Combat Nuclear Attacks and Other Crimes.

The UK Government has announced that they are to set up a National Maritime Information Centre to enhance nuclear security measures.  Government spokesman Lord West said that following acts of piracy off the African coast and the sea borne attack on Mumbai,  Britain had ‘a crying need’ for such a centre. The £350,000 budget ( some might say […]

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Telepathic computer can read your mind

The system is able to decipher thought patterns and tell what people are thinking simply by scanning the brain.  The breakthrough is a step forward because it can delve into people’s memories and differentiate between different recollections. “What is more interesting is to look at ‘episodic’ memories – the complex, everyday memories that include much […]

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Extreme Makeover For Window Shoppers In The UK

The latest tool to counter the ongoing devastation of the UK High Street is to provide fake shop fronts to make it look as if the town centres are vibrant and performing well. Ostriches in Whitley Bay are countering the recession by accepting Government grants of £1500 per unit to add a computer generated images […]

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Cell phones show human movement predictable 93% of the time

We all know that Cell (Mobile) phones can be used to track us with ease, using triangulation of the constant signal from the phone to the cell tower, but did you know this… It’s not currently possible to know exactly where everyone is all the time, but cell phones can provide a pretty good approximation. […]