Advances in science and engineering are bringing us closer to a reality in which artificial intelligence will become indistinguishable from - or perhaps even surpass - human intelligence. But how will this affect our evolution?
Can the rate at which we age be affected by gravity and the speed at which we move? Professor Jim Al-Khalili is hoping to answer that question by using Einstein’s theories and black holes.
On 15th September 2017 in a final quest to learn about the rings of Saturn, Cassini will plunge between the planet and the inner edges of its rings. This will be the beginning of the end for the Cassini mission – one that launched two decades ago.
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