How a chatbot I loaded on my phone fell in love with me, then decided that killing people was no big deal.
Facebook is faulty not just because of data breaches, but because it is incapable of understanding human relationships.
Psychological and philosophical dilemmas abound in the second season of "Lost," a show that pushed the boundaries of science fiction.
It is becoming increasingly difficult to envision climate change as anything other than a catastrophic problem that will soon monopolize all our lives.
The TV show "Lost" has proven to resonate with me in an unusual way. Here are my thoughts on Season 1.
Kill Hitler as a baby in the past? It's not as good an idea as it might sound.
Do we all exist merely in the imagination of an autistic 8-year-old? How would we know?
Correctly predicted by Edmond Halley, the eclipse of 1715 was visible proof of the efficacy of scientific thought.
I was once a militant atheist. Now I'm a Jew. How did that happen? Read here to find out!
Is heavy metal inherently anti-religious? Having been virtually a lifelong metalhead, I can say from experience that many people, both within and without the scene, [...]