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Prophecy of Machines

Technology has surpassed art, not only in its power to influence public imagination, but also in prophetic vision

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Japan 'to stop making VCR machines'

Production of the last videocassette recorder (VCR) to be made in Japan will cease by the end of the month, according to the Nikkei newspaper

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Mobile phone plant in China is operated almost entirely by machines 

The Changying Precision Technology Company factory in Dongguan City, in the country's central Guangdong province, has replaced 90 per cent of its workers with machin

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Machines versus hackers?

Artificial intelligence could soon be spotting and sealing security bugs in software before malicious hackers can slip through the hol

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Scott Stinson: Blue Jays go from confusion to victory in about half an hour

No sooner had Toronto sports fans resigned themselves to a crushing loss, the latest in a never-ending series, than did fortune finally smile on them

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Androids everywhere: Japan showcases the latest in robotic technology

The futuristic machines at the International Robot Exhibition in Tokyo were this year focused on disaster relief, entertainment, assisting the elderly and farming

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Nestlé employs fleet of robots to sell coffee machines in Japan

Pepper the android is set to rival George Clooney as the face of coffee in 1,000 Japanese stores, thanks to SoftBank Continue reading.

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Are robots replacing farmers? Machines could take over jobs of humans in agricultural industry

The new 'farmbots' will allow farmers to monitor livestock over large areas of land with the latest discovery

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Are robots replacing farmers? Machines could take over jobs of humans in agricultural industry

The new 'farmbots' will allow farmers to monitor livestock over large areas of land with the latest discovery

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Androids everywhere: Japan showcases the latest in robotic technology

The futuristic machines at the International Robot Exhibition in Tokyo were this year focused on disaster relief, entertainment, assisting the elderly and farming

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Donald Trump crushing Ted Cruz nationally 4 weeks out from the first 2016 contest

Trump is has 35 percent of the party with him in the latest NBC News poll compared with Cruz, who is at 18 percent Marco Rubio rounds out the top three at 13 percent

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VISUAL EDIT: How iPhone is crushing the competition

Apple is the world's largest company, but it is still growing at the pace of a start-up Growth of its biggest business - the iPhone - beat the industry by 3 to infinite times in the latest quarter

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Currys Bank Holiday sale: Half price laptops, TVs and soundbars in 3-day flash event

The Bank Holiday is just a day away and Currys has already kicked off its long-weekend sale with discounts on washing machines, fridges and laptops

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Work in the year 2525, if man is still alive, | Letters

The Bank of America Merrill Lynch report (Resistance is useless, 5 November) misses the point As robots take over the jobs in the service industries of bankers, doctors and drivers, as well as many manufacturing jobs, there is the potential for.

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GE sees digital revenue tripling to $15-billion by 2020

Company released its projection at its annual Minds and Machines conference in San Francisco, which spotlights its digital technology capabilities

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ATM hack 'gives out wads of cash'

Interpol issues a warning as a flaw in cash machines that allows criminals to quickly steal wads of cash is discovered

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Donald Trump crushing Ted Cruz nationally 4 weeks out from the first 2016 contest

Trump is has 35 percent of the party with him in the latest NBC News poll compared with Cruz, who is at 18 percent Marco Rubio rounds out the top three at 13 percent

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Chinese Army trains students to control machines with their minds

The People's Liberation Army Information Engineering University in Zhengzhou is developing technology to allow robots to be controlled using thought alone

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Are robots replacing farmers? Machines could take over jobs of humans in agricultural industry

The new 'farmbots' will allow farmers to monitor livestock over large areas of land with the latest discovery

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Technology has created more jobs than it has destroyed, says 140 years of data

Study of census results in England and Wales since 1871 finds rise of machines has been a job creator rather than making working humans obsolete In the 1800s it was the Luddites smashing weaving machin These days retail staff worry about.

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