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Interview: Don Simborg, Author of ‘What Comes After Homo Sapiens? When and How Our Species Will Evolve into Another Species’

We're due for a change, says Dr. Don Simborg, author of the fascinating book, 'What Comes After Homo Sapiens?' He chatted with Patricia Gale about humankind's future, and what kind of species come next.

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Interview: Vivek Wadhwa and Alex Salkever, Authors of ‘The Driver in the Driverless Car: How Our Technology Choices Will Create the Future’

Vivek Wadhwa and Alex Salkever discuss the need to use caution when embracing technology — and what led them to write their eye-opening new book, 'The Driver in the Driverless Car: How Our Technology Choices Will Create the Future.'

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SXSW 2017 Preview: Movies, and Music, and Beers, Oh My!

SXSW began as a music festival in 1987 and is now the world’s largest. In addition, it has grown into a festival of festivals, including film, technology, ecology, medicine, and education. The festivals feature educational, networking and promotional activities as well as relevant trade shows. If that sounds kind of serious, don’t worry, there are parties, gaming, COSPLAY, and things that cannot be categorized.

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Book Review: ‘Between Worlds,’ An Interactive Novel by Skip Brittenham

'Between Worlds' by Skip Brittenham takes us into an entirely new action packed and interactive work of imagination. Brittenham has given us an alternate reality that is different then those that have come before. His world is full of beauty but also littered with beasts of terrible ferocity. As in most worlds there are good and bad characters, but his small deceptions make is difficult to tell between the two.

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SXSW: Sucked Into the Story: Virtual Reality and News

Can news reporters use virtual reality? This is the question that participants at “Sucked Into the Story: Virtual Reality and News” tried to answer at SXSW. I had the feeling that somewhere around 1950, a similar group of people sat around discussing what the impact of “this television thing” would be on radio news. We may be at a similar juncture.

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