When random strangers get together and have an internet battle, it gets awful for everyone.
Asking for money is never easy. Even if you're just sticking a gun in someone's face and outright demanding it,.
If Hollywood is to be believed, every single thing around you can be hacked. And, frighteningly enough, that trope is becoming less dumb every day.
Whether it's due to aesthetic or convenience, a lot of the stuff we use every day is woefully inadequate and even dangerous.
The modern world is full of things that we take for granted, that we actually have the technology and know-how to make better. But we don't.
Exactly what kinds of dumb but disconcerting things are we teaching AI to do? Well ...
One of the greatest things about new technology is how easy it is for us to abuse it under the guise of 'innovation.'
These maniac queries seem less like valid suggestions and more like something a coked-up 'True Detective' character might scream at the unforgiving skies.
There will be a VR version of everything. Everything. Including things that have no business being in virtual reality.
You can thank the VR engineers who diverted their attention away from the virtual tits bouncing against their corneas long enough to innovate the following areas.
ASMR videos baffle science, but millions of views on the internet suggests there's something to this strange phenomenon.
You could be standing underneath the Hollywood sign, and Google would still direct you on a two-hour death march to a distant observatory.
Why sniff your own food when there's an app for that?