I don’t think my job as a writer of science fiction is in imminent danger, but to be fair, I’ve probably watched worse films on the SyFy channel than Sunspring, the first AI written movie. Written as a competition response to the the 48-Hour Film Challenge, there were a few prompts fed into an AI programme […]
There’s been a lot of fuss lately about a certain movie and its choice to reboot the original story with all female leads and a male subordinate character. You probably know the one I mean. It rhymes with “toast musters”. Oh alright, here’s a clip, why not.
I don’t often get to go to the movies, but when I do I’ll choose science fiction if I can. The Martian received good write-ups, so I went with hubby on date night. The theatre was packed even though the film has been out for a few weeks. The TL;DR version is – it’s a […]
Prompted by a Twitter discussion, I thought I would write an article on my thoughts on the future of machine intelligence and Artificial Emotional Intelligence (AEI). Granted, I’m not a scientist working in the field of advanced cybernetics or neural networking, but I have been given a vivid imagination and a sense of curiosity (ironically, […]
Ever read a scifi book and felt like it’s just assumed you know what a term means? We break down some of the more common science and technology memes that occur in scifi and future fiction, some of which make an appearance in Ada King in A Beginner’s Guide to Scifi Terminology General scifi tech […]