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self-portrait machine


Strap yourself in to the Self-Portrait Machine

You no longer have to be a Michaelangelo or Rembrandt to paint great portraits, thanks to technology.

By July 7, 2009


New Curiosity rover selfie makes Mars the star of the snapshot

Curiosity's latest self-portrait shows the plucky machine surrounded by Mars landscape details, including Mount Sharp, cliffs and the crater rim.

By February 25, 2015


Robotic printer paints portrait of artist in his own blood

Artist Ted Lawson has created a robotic printer that uses his own blood as ink for a nude self-portrait.

By August 24, 2014


'Imitation Game' and 'Men, Women and Children' lead tech-focused films of 2014

"The Imitation Game" opens the 2014 London Film Festival, heralding a number of movies exploring our complex relationship with technology.

By September 22, 2014


World's biggest selfie-taking machine

In an age where taking a self-portrait is as easy as pouting into a mobile phone, a German artist is trying to bring some patience back to the much-maligned "selfie".

By February 10, 2013


Life on Mars: Down but not out says Mars Society founder

Despite the disappointing lack of methane findings reported Thursday from NASA's Curiosity rover, Robert Zubrin of the Mars Society says that hope is not lost for finding life on the red planet.

By September 22, 2013


Amid troubleshooting, Curiosity computer swap under way

NASA hopes to resume limited science activity with the Mars Curiosity rover after switching to a backup flight computer this week.

By March 4, 2013


Latest Curiosity image perhaps best yet

NASA's Mars rover snaps a series of photos that are assembled into a vivid self-portrait, with a martian mountain as backdrop.

By November 3, 2012


It's a bird, it's a plane, it's Camera Man!

Camera-helmeted human is the star of an art project that addresses the question of whether technology is dehumanizing people's interactions.

By May 3, 2012


So how do Steve Jobs' e-mails really get written?

Boy Genius Report is now claiming that all the latest Steve Jobs e-mails it published about the iPhone 4 are real. But could it be that they were written by a PR person? Or even an algorithm?

By July 4, 2010