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Technology Tag Archive

Newcastle University launches Virtual 5K for Alumni Weekend

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Lorcan Flahive discusses the introduction of a virtual 5K for the Newcastle University Alumni Weekend. ...

Does social media sway public opinion in politics?

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It needs to be noted that, while it’s easy to blame technology for today’s problems, through history humans have consistently proved their ability to divide, with or without...

The takeover of de-aging in film

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Freya Gilbert discusses the merits and problems with the use of de-aging in film....

Oculus reveals VR hand tracking

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Shawn Khoo recaps the latest developments in the virtual reality industry....

Brain implants: break-through solution or Black Mirror nightmare?

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Sophie Schneider debates the complex subjects of brain implants. ...

Roasts, Toasts and Soapboxes

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Roast A Security Crisis How is it that with a background of George Orwell’s ‘1984’ we are still moving towards an overcontrolled state? Almost everything that we...

Brooker’s haunting dystopia returns: Black Mirror series five

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Black Mirror’s new series encapsulates our contemporary interaction with technology – its enhanced promises and impending perils. The fifth anthology series compromises of...

The Future of Fashion

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Miranda Stoner updates us on the latest innovations in Fashion technology....

Do you think a machine can read your mind?

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Scientists have developed a machine that can essentially read people's thoughts, in the hopes of giving people who have lost their voice a new way to communicate ...

Driverless cars: on a road to nowhere?

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After announcing that it plans to roll out a network of driverless cars in London by 2021, Addison Lee has become the latest firm to embrace automation with open arms. Joining the...