Slow but steady does it.
John Markoff at the New York Times:
A group of researchers at the Biomimetics and Dexterous Manipulation Laboratory at Stanford University has been exploring the limits of friction in the design of tiny robots that have the ability to pull thousands of times their weight, wander like gecko lizards on vertical surfaces or mimic bats.
[Modeled After Ants, Teams of Tiny Robots Can Move 2-Ton Car / John Markoff / The New York Times]
I was pleased to once again have a two-minute audio tip featured on Mac Power Users. In it, I describe Mail Perspectives, software that lets me stay on top of email by displaying a mini-window showing key information about recently arrived messages.
My tip starts here.
Listen to the whole episode here: #309: I Haven't Discounted The Possibility That You're Crazy
Partnership discussions may be the source of the gossip, CEO Larry Lang tells Light Reading.
PLUMgrid CEO on M&A Rumors: Nope / My latest on Light Reading
I usually say “Oh Ess X.” .
Pauli Olavi Ojala says Apple should just call it “MacOS.” I often call it that.
Apple, it’s time to move on from “OS X” / Pauli Olavi Ojala / Medium
Victory by an artificial intelligence playing the game Go might be the beginning of the Singularity.
Google's AlphaGo taught itself tricks that humans haven't been able to figure out in 2,500 years playing the game.
[The Sadness and Beauty of Watching Google's AI Play Go / Cade Metz / Wired]
John Robb says we're seeing the emergence of a new breed of AI. They're special purpose; not the humanlike (or godlike) AI of stories. But they'll soon be better than humans at nearly every job we do. Better doctors, better judges. Everything. With huge implications for war. [Game ON: The end of the old economic system is in sight / John Robb / Global Guerrillas]