Science Fiction in the News Articles
Related to material in The Metal Giants
by Edmond Hamilton

Science fiction in the News articles describe real-world events that relate to the ideas and inventions in sf novels and movies. Select a news article:

Robots May Get Compound Insect Eye Vison
   Interesting biomimetic research from the Naval Warfare Center, done in collaboration with the common housefly, Musca domestica.

Jumping Spiders And Machine Vision
   I'd never heard of this method for determining depth of field.

'Neuristor' Acts Like Your Brain's Neurons
   'He had constructed an organ, a brain, of metal, entirely inorganic and lifeless, yet whose atomic structure he claimed was analogous to the atomic structure of a living brain.'- Edmond Hamilton, 1926.

Nanowire Memristor Networks Form 'Brains'
   'He had constructed ... a brain, of metal... whose atomic structure he claimed was analogous to the atomic structure of a living brain.'- Edmond Hamilton, 1926.

First Commercial Artificial Brain?
   'He had constructed an organ, a brain, of metal, entirely inorganic and lifeless...'- Edmond Hamilton, 1926.

Neuromorphic Computing Hardare
   'He had constructed an organ, a brain, of metal, entirely inorganic and lifeless...' - Edmond Hamilton, 1926.

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Extremophile Microbe Loves Space Rocks
re: F.E. Hardart
(11/29/2019)

Magic Mushroom Nose Spray From Silo Wellness
re: Various
(11/27/2019)

CAV-X Supercavitating Ammo Deadly Underwater
re: Jules Verne
(11/25/2019)

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