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Galaxy Z Fold 3 Perfect For William Gibson's 'Control-Face'
'Chia recognized the square as the control-face of the computer she'd seen in his room.' William Gibson, 1996. (re: William Gibson)

Amazon Automatic Packaging Catches Up With Gernsback's 1911 Book
'The automatic packing machine could pack anything from a small package a few inches square up to a box two feet high by three feet long.' - Hugo Gernsback, 1911. (re: Hugo Gernsback)

Your Car Will Be Watching You!
'Mr. Garden, you are in no condition to drive...' - Philip K. Dick, 1963 (re: Philip K. dick)

Orbital Reef: Bezos' High Orbit Archipelago
'Tessier-Ashpool ascended to high orbit's archipelago to find the ecliptic sparsely marked with military stations and the first automated factories of the cartels' - William Gibson, 1988. (re: William Gibson)

Best Space Tacos Made From ISS-Grown Chilis
That's some spicy tacos. (re: Various)

Poor Humans. Miami Herald Bot Writes Great Real Estate Articles.
'Nothing of news-interest escape it...' - Philip K. Dick, 1953. (re: Philip K. Dick)

International Space Mission Never Leaves Earth
'That gives it complete isolation.' - David H. Keller, 1932. (re: David H. Keller)

Seriously, Was Our Universe Created In A Lab?
'It is an instrument with which I am going to create a microcosm.' - Edmond Hamilton, 1935. (re: Edmond Hamilton)

RUSSE Self-Healing Plastic Works Underwater
'It even had an inter-skin layer of gum that could seal the punctures...' - Raymond Z. Gallun, 1951. (re: Raymond Z. Gallun)

Time For Your Space Weather Forecast
'On the three-dimensional map at weather headquarters on the planet Kaider III, the storm was colored orange.' - AE van Vogt, 1943. (re: AE van Vogt)

AI4Mars Wants Your Help Driving On Mars
'She wouldn't stop until Antar had told her everything he knew..' - Amitav Ghosh, 1995. (re: Amitav Ghosh)

Jetson ONE Personal Electric Aerial Vehicle
Who says you can't have your flying car? (re: Various)

Starlab By Nanoracks, A Commercial Space Station
'Webb Foster had built his space laboratory... It was a great crystal sphere, a thousand feet in diameter.' (re: Nat Schachner)

Auto-Targeting Fire Sprinkler Systems Now Reality
I think every kitchen should have one of these. (re: George Lucas)

Monarch Tractor - It's Electric, Autonomous and Smart
'Driver-optional' and follows gestures. (re: John Campbell)

'Seabreeze' Apple And UCLA Project To Beat Depression
'It's illegal to hold back information during a psyche test,' the machine said peevishly.' - Philip K. Dick, 1953. (re: Philip K. Dick)

Hovermap By Emesent Autonomous Mapping Works Indoors - and Out
Perfect for exploring ancient artifacts on distant planets. (re: Ridley Scott)

Sono Motor's Sion Sun-Powered Car
'...six square yards of sunpower screens on its low curved roof.' - Robert Heinlein, 1940. (re: Robert Heinlein)

LEONARDO Robot Has Legs And Thrusters, Can Skateboard, Slackline
'a walking balloon proceeded with long strides of its aluminum legs over a slant of steep upland.' - George Parsons Lathrop, 1897. (re: George Parsons Lathrop)

Xavier Robots On Patrol For 'Anti-Social Behavior'
'This was as close as a robot could get to a cop in uniform.' Harry Harrison, 1958. (re: Harry Harrison)

Rotating House in Bosnia
'... feel free to turn the house on your own.' - Frank Herbert, 1972. (re: Frank Herbert)

Ingenious Engineer Creates DIY Feeding Robot
'Waldo flexed and extended his fingers gently; the two pairs of waldoes in the screen followed in exact, simultaneous parallelism.' - Robert Heinlein, 1942. (re: Robert Heinlein)

SpaceX Creates 'Tholian Web' Mega Constellation Of Satellites
'We shall not see home again!' - Gene Roddenberry, 1969. (re: Gene Roddenberry)

Do Smart Glasses Need Forward-Facing Cameras?
'They were stylish, with yellow-tinted lenses and hip frames, but the posts were unusually thick.' - Daniel Suarez, 2009. (re: Daniel Suarez)

Adorable One-Seater Electric Car From Wuxi Sinotech
'Noiselessly, on rubber-tired wheels, they journeyed...' - David H. Keller, 1928. (re: David H. Keller)

Zoom Adds Real-Time, Live Translation
'He immediately turned the small shining disc of the Language Rectifier..' - Hugo Gernsback, 1911. (re: Hugo Gernsback)

It's Spacewalk Sunday, Thanks To The ESA
'The delicious, indescribable pleasure of being a little planet swinging through space...' - Garrett P. Serviss, 1898. (re: Garrett P. Serviss)

Pengxing Intelligent Robot Horse You Can Ride
'The horse reared up, pawing the air, then sprang into a gallop.' - Christopher Stasheff, 1969. (re: Christopher Stasheff)

Tesla Bot Humanoid 'Robot' Vs. Boston Dynamics Atlas Parkour Robot
'...most jobs that require a human form are better done by those organic alternatives.' - Richard Morgan, 2003 (re: Richard Morgan)

Altos Labs' Bezos Wants An Anti-Agathic (To Live Forever)
'So what we're looking for now is... an anti-agathic, an anti-death drug.' - James Blish, 1957. (re: James Blish)

Carver EV Single Person Microcar Leans In
'Farr paid his fare, summoned a one-man car...' - Jack Vance, 1954. (re: Jack Vance)

Smartphone Microdrone Concept - Viva Vivo!
'With the Scarab as big as a beetle, I could make a Scarab as big as a sand grain.' - Raymond Z. Gallun, 1937. (re: Raymond Z. Gallun)

Anti-Forced Organ Harvesting Global Summit
'The doctor was a line of machines with a conveyor belt running through them.' - Larry Niven, 1967. (re: Larry Niven)

Flyboard Water Jet Shoes Lift Off
'I shall never forget that first lesson in aerial walking.' - Francis Flagg, 1930. (re: Francis Flagg)

Magnetically Driven Rotary Microfilter 3D Printed
'... not really walls but nearly infinite grids of submicroscopic wheels.' - Neal Stephenson, 1995. (re: Neal Stephenson)

Pyrus, An Alternative Wood Made From Kombucha
Science fiction has just the word you'll need for that real wood from trees you've been using. Until now. (re: Pohl and Kornbluth)

NASA Predicts Radiation Risks
'...in order to check the deadly short-wave gamma rays of space.' - Max Valier, 1931. (re: Max Valier)

Feisty Little Robot Dog Cheaper Than Boston Dynamics
'He allowed his hand to run experimentally over the concealed panel of studs under the fur of the robot’s belly.' - Frank Quatrocchi, 1952. (re: Frank Quatrocchi)

China Wants To Build Mega Space Ships
'Don't do anything to endanger our shipping privileges...' - Frank Herbert, 1965. (re: Frank Herbert)

Adjust Earth Temp With A Bazillion Solar Sunshades
'...as the sun passed the meridian at Cape Town-it went out.' - Arthur C. Clarke, 1953. (re: Arthur C. Clarke)

CGI 'Master Faces' Impersonate Several Identities
'As the computer looped through its banks, it projected every conceivable eye color, hair color, shape and type of nose...' - Philip K. Dick, 1977. (re: Philip K. Dick)

New Robotic Scanner Does Automated Eye Imaging
Benefits humans, does not identify replicants. (re: Philip K. Dick)

Can China Create Megawatt Solar Power Satellites By 2030?
'Our beams feed these worlds energy drawn from... the Sun.' - Isaac Asimov, 1941. (re: Isaac Asimov)

John Lennon Would Have Loved Auto-Tune - Paul McCartney
'It is the perfect voice.' Bernard Brown, 1931. (re: Bernard Brown)

Gherman Titov Youngest To Orbit, First To Be Space Sick
'For the first time since he left Earth he became space-sick.' - Hugo Gernsback, 1911. (re: Hugo Gernsback)

Reading Ancient Records Of Humanity, With AI's Help
'You could never consult Archival Records in a straightforward manner.' - Frank Herbert, 1984. (re: Frank Herbert)

Aquaer Brings Vaporators To Namibia
'The atmosphere yielded its moisture with reluctance.' - George Lucas, 1976. (re: George Lucas)

GIDE AI Tools 'See Days In Advance'
'what will go on here in the next half hour...' - Philip K. Dick, 1964. (re: Philip K. Dick)

Hundreds Of Covid-Catching AI Tools - None Help
'Plagues had been known to slay too rapidly and universally to be checked by human treatment.' Katherine MacLean, 1950. (re: Katherine MacLean)

Robot Snakes Now With Partitioned Gait
'The coil on the table appeared to be a snake...' - Greg Bear ,2009. (re: Greg Bear)

Will The Super Bowl Go To Pay Per View?
'...this afternoon’s football game cost each person who had one of the television screens one dollar for the privilege.' - Dr. David H. Keller, 1929. (re: Dr. David H. Keller)

Force Fields Of Directed Energy Wanted By USAF
'The downrushing bombs bounced off the cone-curtain of light as though from an invisible rubber wall.' - Frank Phillips, 1929. (re: Frank Phillips)

Israel Okays Third Covid Shot For Seniors
'All the vaccination shots up and down his arms, on his thighs and buttocks...' - Philip K. Dick, 1955. (re: Philip K. Dick)

Tesla Vs... Domino's? The Race For Autonomous Vehicles
'...some bored drone pusher in a remote driving centre has got your life - and half a dozen other lives - in his hands.' - Charles Stross, 2007. (re: Charles Stross)

SpaceX Starship A Giant Space Telescope?
'He used the great telescope which was built into the main axis of the ship...' - Max Valier, 1931. (re: Max Valier)

Florida Man Felt Harassed By Drone, Shoots It Down
'...a kid bounced a missile off a golden ball.' - Larry Niven, 1972. (re: Larry Niven)

Watch A Man Swallow A Robot
These just keep getting better. (re: Various)

Space Traffic Management (STM) Needs Action
'Approaching Earth, he called over the patrol frequency and asked for a parking orbit...' - Robert Heinlein, 1941. (re: Robert Heinlein)

Boring Company Bricks Predicted In 1929
'... used to make building blocks for these invaders.' - Frank Phillips, 1929. (re: Frank Phillips)

Hovering F-22 Raptor Predicted in 1929 (Sort Of)
'... it was so easy for me to remain motionless in midair.' - R.H. Roman, 1929. (re: R.H. Roman)

Musk Claims Sublimity For Future Summon Feature
'Once we move summon... to a single FSD stack, it will be sublime.' - Elon Musk, 2021. (re: John Campbell)

Is A Hollow Rotating Asteroid Habitat Practical?
'Inside, the centrifugal force gives an acceleration just equal to one earth gravity...'- John W. Campbell, 1932. (re: John W. Campbell)

AirCar Completes Flight, Transforms Into Groundcar
'... straight ahead stood a row of transparent objects that had to be the air-cars.' - Harry Bates, 1934 (re: Harry Bates)

Wandering Sunless Planets Seen By Kepler Telescope
'...the rocky barrenness of a wandering sunless planet.' - Isaac Asimov, 1946. (re: Isaac Asimov)

Voyager Luxury Space Hotel Launches In 2023
'A spinning web of steel wires, held rigid by centrifugal force, spread from it across a thousand miles of space.' - Jack Williamson, 1939. (re: Jack Williamson)

Instant Photography, Predicted By sf In 1929, Makes A Comeback
'... when the film is exposed in the camera the picture appears instantly and requires no development.' - Henri Dahl Juve, 1929. (re: Henri Dahl Juve)

How Can We Block An Asteroid?
How can we move through space free of the hazard of space rocks? (re: Miles J. Breuer)

Kaleido Color E-Reader Pocketbook Go
'At a touch, successive pages of the text appeared on it.' Stanislaw Lem, 1961. (re: Stanislaw Lem)

Quadruped Jueying Delivery Robot Brings Fresh Coffee
'... he rewired the delivery robot so that it would serve him midnight snacks.' - Robert Heinlein, 1962. (re: Robert Heinlein)

BioPod Inflatable Membrane From Interstellar Lab
'He puffed heavily as he angled around the bulbous lifezones...' - Gregory Benford, 1989. (re: Gregory Benford)

Antisatellite (ASAT) Measures And Countermeasures
'... the type that gets pirate three-vee satellites sanded out of orbit.' - John Brunner, 1975. (re: John Brunner)

Habitable Exoplanets Can See Us, As Well
What ever happened to 'intellects vast and cool and unsympathetic, regarded this earth with envious eyes...' (re: HG Wells)

Snakebot Burrows Underground, Thanks To Biomimicry Of Multiple Species
'Seen close it was not completely flexible, but made instead of pivoted and smoothly finished segments.' Harry Harrison, 1962. (re: Harry Harrison)

Stretchable OLED Heart Monitor Band-Aid
You can't buy them in the store just yet. (re: Alastair Reynolds)

Can We Grow Crops On Mars?
Does Martian soil require remediation? (re: Gregory Benford)

How Long Have YOU Wanted A Household Robot?
'We followed in breathless amazement. In less than five minutes, bed number one was made...' - Elizabeth Bellamy, 1899. (re: Elizabeth Bellamy)

CopterPack Is Robert Heinlein's 1954 Copter Harness
'...a single flyer, hopping free in a copter harness.' - Robert Heinlein, 1954. (re: Robert Heinlein)

Amazen ZenBooth Dispenses Serenity At Amazon
'That's what I get for dialing zen, Joe said to himself.' - Philip K. Dick, 1969. (re: Philip K. Dick)

Digger Finger: Super-Sensitive Robot Fingers Predicted In 1931
'Migul's fingers with the extended filaments were feeling it... What an amazing development of science.' - Ray Cummings, 1931. (re: Ray Cummings)

Baubotanik - Construction Botany - Builds Bridges
'A dwelling must be all of a unit—the walls, the drainage, the decor grown in!' - Jack Vance, 1954. (re: Jack Vance)

ESA Awards Study For Lunar Satellite Communications And Navigation
'Messages drifted in - from liners and freighters, from police-ships, from yachts of space...' - Miller and McDermott, 1932. (re: Miller and McDermott)

Bigelow BEAM Still Useful On ISS
'It's a shame, ain't it, Frank—calling a pretty thing like that a 'bubb'—it's an ugly word. Or even a 'space bubble.' - Raymond Z. Gallun, 1961. (re: Raymond Z. Gallun)

DARPA's Sarcasm Detector Totes Gets Your Drift
'TARS, what's your sarcasm setting?' '100 percent.' - from Interstellar. (re: Arthur C. Clarke)

Tokyo's Nakagin Capsule Tower Tear-Down, Neuromancer's Coffin Hotel Lives Forever
'Plastic capsules a meter high and three long, stacked like surplus Godzilla teeth...' - William Gibson, 1984. (re: William Gibson)

Robotic 'Third Thumb' Rewires Your Brain
'When he's connected up to your nervous system, you'll be able to make him whistle, hiss, roar, flap his wings and spit sparks...' - Samuel R. Delany, 1966. (re: Samuel R. Delany)

AliveCor Claims Apple Watch Infringes ECG Patents
'...a sweet mezzo-soprano voice remarked in a conversational tone: "I think you should sit down and rest for about ten minutes.' - Arthur C. Clarke, 1978. (re: Arthur C. Clarke)

Triple Star System Tears Apart Its Planetary Disk
'Our planet, Ev, hangs spinning in the triangle formed by the three, and the three suns revolve slowly around it.' - Edwin K. Sloat, 1933. (re: Edwin K. Sloat)

Ford's In-Car Ads From Billboards
'It would soon squeeze in and harangue him in the cranky, garbagey fashion of the Nitz advertisements.' Philip K. Dick, 1964. (re: Philip K. Dick)

TransAstra Lunar Mining Idea Was Max Valier's In 1931
'This concentrated sunlight... would cause subsurface ice to sublimate into water vapor...' - Max Valier, 1931. (re: Max Valier)

Tic-Tac-Toe Robot From Pollen Robotics
'Was all his talk about the consciousness and intelligence of machines merely a prelude...' - Ambrose Bierce, 1910. (re: Ambrose Bierce)

Rich (and Regular) People Should Stop Eating Meat, Says Bill Gates
'You can get used to the taste difference.' - Bill Gates, 2021. (re: William Gibson)

IconicSounds Electric - BMW EV Scored By Hans Zimmer
'...and a sound tape to supply the noise.' - Robert Heinlein, 1985. (re: Robert Heinlein)

Soft Polymer 'Synaptic Transistors' Mimic Brain Plasticity
'He had then applied countless different electrical vibrations to this metallic brain-stuff...' - Edmond Hamilton, 1926. (re: Edmond Hamilton)

'Human Augmentation' Necessary, Says Space Force Scientist
'Neural circuits buzzed and every sense and response in his body was accelerated by a ratio of five.' - Alfred Bester, 1956. (re: Alfred Bester)

Grow Wood Without Trees
Pretty soon, you'll start seeing this term on very expensive items. (re: Pohl and Kornbluth)

Biohybrid Robotics USArmy Adds Muscle Tissue To Robots
'Great rectangular slabs of muscle, slung into a rectangular frame.' - Jack Vance, 1967. (re: Jack Vance)

China Requires Social Credit Codes Of Live Stream Users
'Every man has his characteristic strakh...' - Jack Vance, 1976. (re: Jack Vance)

African Gray Parrot Given Vehicle To Drive
It's an old story, but it "checks out", as fans say. (re: David Brin)

NYPD Dog Robot Called Out As Sfnal
Reality now features props from science fiction television. (re: Various)

Autonomous Russian Greenhouse For ISS Wheat
'We saw the gardens, flooded with artificial sunlight, planted with everything imaginable, that supplied the necessary food.' - Harley S Aldinger, 1932. (re: Harvey S. Aldinger)

NASA MOXIE Extracts Oxygen From Mars' Air
'Making oxygen is the trick...' - Greg Bear, 2014. (re: Greg Bear)

Implantable Covid-Detecting Microchip Developed By DARPA
'Employees... were implanted with advanced microprocessors...' - William Gibson, 1984. (re: Medical)

SpaceX Requests Starlink For Starship
'... sweating, heat-blistered engineers at every interplanetary radiograph station on three planets.' - Harry Gore Bishop, 1907. (re: Harry Gore Bishop)

SF Writers Predicted John Deere Autonomous Tractors
'The huge plow... seemed to shake itself - and began to move back southward.' - Otfrid von Hanstein, 1935. (re: Otfrid von Hanstein)

DARPA Funding AI Fighter Pilots
'Cultured brains on a slab.' - Peter Watts, 1999. (re: Peter Watts)

StoryFile To Help William Shatner Become Landru
"I am Landru. I am he! All that he was, I am." Gene Roddenberry, 1967. (re: Gene Roddenberry)

Telehealth Drones To The Rescue
'A shadow passed over him, and he looked up.' - Frederik Pohl, 1965. (re: Frederik Pohl)

Capture Asteroids In A Bag
'... just as a small boy catches a swift ball in his cap.' - VE Thiessen, 1947. (re: VE Theissen)

Sony Pocket Air Conditioner Is Phil Dick's Idea!
'... he went to the hall closet to get his pith helmet and his mandatory cooling-unit.' - Philip K. Dick, 1965. (re: Philip K. Dick)

Is It Possible To GROW Planes And Vehicles?
'These are your rudimentary seed packages...' - Greg Bear, 2015. (re: Greg Bear)

Guard Dog Robot Security Check
'We still use people at the main gates, but here it's an automated sentry.' - Greg Bear, 2003 (re: Greg Bear)

Sheepskin Parchment Helped Medieval Lawyers Prevent Fraud
'The single sheet he held, and even the words and signatures upon it, were all integral parts of a single giant molecule...' - Gordon R. Dickson, 1960. (re: Gordon R. Dickson)

Space 'Hurricane' Has Been Seen
'... it was the biggest of the four hundred odd storms raging in the Fifty Suns region.' - AE van Vogt, 1943. (re: AE van Vogt)

PR2 Fencing Robot Perfect For Kwisatz Haderach-in-training
'Now, we'll work on your timing. Let me see you catch that thing sinister.' - Frank Herbert, 1965. (re: Frank Herbert)

Sole Morphing Astronaut Boots - A New Pair Of Moon Boots?
'It’s an ideal device for kangarooing along in lunar gravity.' - James P. Hogan, 1977. (re: James P. Hogan)

Mice Gestate In Mechanical Womb
'... in the Decanting Room, the newly-unbottled babes uttered their first yell of horror and amazement.' - Aldous Huxley, 1932. (re: Aldous Huxley)

3rd Century BC Gold Bee Is Just The Start
Bees knees, I order you to freeze! (re: Raymond Z. Gallun)

Worlds With Underground Oceans More Conducive To Life
'There is life on Europa.' - Arthur C. Clarke, 1982. (re: Arthur C. Clarke)

Electric Monocyle Tumblebug Available On Alibaba
'... it is about the size and shape of a kitchen stool, gyro-stabilized on a single wheel.' - Robert Heinlein, 1940. (re: Robert Heinlein)

China's Self-Driving Electric Trucks Are Poul Anderson's Electrotrucks
'... the trucks gulped packages and scurried like beetles..' - Poul Anderson, 1956. (re: Poul Anderson)

Portsmouth, OH Residents Don't All Favor Drone Surveillance
'...a kid bounced a missile off a golden ball.' - Larry Niven, 1972. (re: Larry Niven)

Poisoning Big Tech's Data Well
Bring on the Civic Notification Distorter. (re: Philip K. Dick)

Sci-Fi Organic Technology
'This latter is a sharp -whoof- almost a thunderclap...' - Gary Shockley, 1984. (re: Gary Shockley)

Flatcat Robot Recalls Both Heinlein And Simak
Sorry, you'll need to read the article. (re: Robert Heinlein)

Nuclear Batteries May Pack Inner Punch
'... the most super-valuable substance in the solar system.' - Edmond Hamilton, 1940. (re: Edmond Hamilton)

Elon Musk STILL Wants To Make Heinlein's 1940's Speedster
'As she neared the barrier the car surged and lifted...' - Robert Heinlein, 1941. (re: Robert Heinlein)

Mercury Capsule Ablative Shielding
'...a synthetic which air-friction would erode away.' - Doc Smith, 1934. (re: EE 'Doc' Smith)

Heinlein And Russian Quail In Orbit
'No earth-hatched bird can learn to fly in that fashion...' - Robert Heinlein, 1942. (re: Robert Heinlein)

Listen Up, Coppertop - Wearable Device Turns You Into A Battery
'It's our way or the highway.' (re: Wachowskis)

Solar Powered Robot Cleans Up Solar Panels For Free
'... with large padded feet, who were apparently polishing their way the whole length of Rama's six artificial suns.' - Arthur C. Clarke, 1972. (re: Arthur C. Clarke)

Spot Arm From Boston Dynamics Picks Up Like Heinlein's Hired Girl Robot
'Anything larger than a BB shot it picked up and placed in a tray on its upper surface...' - Robert Heinlein, 1956. (re: Robert Heinlein)

Electric Vehicle Prices Will Drop To $2,890
'the human seats took up two-thirds of the room in each' (re: Niven and Pournelle)

TIGER Ultimate Mobility Vehicle From Hyundai
'He admired the fast-plodding, articulated legs...' (re: Anthony Boucher)

Drones Communicate With Each Other Using Quantum Encryption
'the curious absent look of a robot talking on the TBR circuits...' - Frederik Pohl, 1954. (re: Frederik Pohl)

Space Construction Tools For Large Structures By OAC
'Mass-produced in the orbiting factories...' (re: Arthur C. Clarke)

SpinCare Electrospins And Shoots Wound Dressing
'Over her lacerated right shoulder he sprayed art-derm...' - Philip K. Dick, 1960 (re: Philip K. Dick)

Tesla Model S And X Moves Toward KITT Knight Rider Styling
Now, that was a Pontiac Trans Am with some real style. (re: Various)

Sophia Robots By The Thousands
'There is a built-in microphone that hears everything you say, and an electric brain that selects a suitable answer.' - Fritz Lieber, 1954. (re: Fritz Lieber)

Scaly-Foot Snail Works With Iron
'Micro-Scale suit tiles fabricated by genetically engineered metal affinity bacteria...' (re: Unknown)

Updated Piaggio Gita Personal Robot Porter
'Carry his bag... and follow him faithfully...' John Brunner, 1975. (re: John Brunner)

Las Vegas Tunnels To Have Autonomous Teslas
'...just a steady velvety whirr as the taxi sped along.' - Isaac Asimov, 1951 (re: Isaac Asimov)

TCL CSOT 17-Inch Printed OLED Scrolling Display
'..a wide sheet of clear material suddenly flared with light and swirling colour.' - EC Tubb, 1958. (re: EC Tubb)

Reachy Humanoid VR Teleoperation App
"I went to the control room where the three other men were manipulating their mechanical men...' - AG Stangland, 1929. (re: AG Stangland)

Unitree A1 Robot ala Black Mirror and Snow Crash
'The legs are long, curled way up to deliver power...' - Neal Stephenson, 1992. (re: Neal Stephenson)

DALL-E Makes Creative Images From Text
Okay, sf fans. If you could have some art created from a science fiction sentence, what sentence would you pick? (re: Various)

BladeBUG Robots Clean Massive Wind Turbine Blades
'There were the cleaners, with large padded feet, who were apparently polishing their way the whole length...' - Arthur C. Clarke, 1972. (re: Arthur C. Clarke)

Looms To Manually Weave Lunar Rover Wheels
It's fascinating to me how the Apollo program forced people to think outside their usual boxes. (re: Charles Sheffield)

IceBot Antarctic (Planetary?) Robotic Explorers Made Of Ice
'Some will combine in place to form more complicated structures, like excavators or centipedes.' - Greg Bear, 2015 (re: Greg Bear)

Glad 2020 Is Over
Maybe you missed one of these? (re: Various)

PEDOT Polymer Could Enhance Brain-Machine Interfaces
'the hair-fine wire going deep into Owen's brain, down into the pleasure center.' - Larry Niven, 1969. (re: Larry Niven)

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