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Pipedream Underground Delivery At Peachtree Corners
'...open mouths of pneumatic tubes, an endless row of them, each marked with its destination.' - Miles J. Breuer, 1932 (re: Miles J. Breuer)

A-Lab The Autonomous Lab At Berkeley
'You know he has the largest automatic laboratory outside of those on Earth?' - Michael Moorcock, 1964. (re: Michael Moorcock)

Project Kuiper Satellite Mesh Network
'What is that?' [Uhura] (re: Gene Roddenberry)

GNoME AI From DeepMind Invents Millions Of New Materials
'...the legendary creativity of our finest human authors pales against the mathematical indefatigability of GNoME.' (re: Various)

KIME Robot Mixologist
'...the perpetual beam carved in the robot face of the bartender.' - Alfred Bester, 1956. (re: Alfred Bester)

Laika Concept Robotic Dog Companion
'He snapped his fingers, and a lean, rangy hound rose from the corner...' - Otis Adelbert Kline, 1937. (re: Otis Adelbert Kline)

Hangzhou Robotic Trash Sorting
'...good enough to recognize most things they pick up.' - Harry Harrison, 1956. (re: Harry Harrison)

Bullet Steers Itself! The Advanced Low-Cost Munitions Ordnance ALaMO
'You've heard of a bullet that has your name on it.' - Michael Crichton, 1985. (re: Michael Crichton)

Blue Ring Spacecraft Platform Concept From Blue Origin
'...the space platform, a gadget the Army had succeeded in establishing six hundred miles up.' - EB White, 1950. (re: EB White)

Arma Lunchbox-Sized Folding Electric Scooter
'You will notice that it is folded and telescoped into a compact mass which fits the suitcase nicely...' - E.D. Skinner, 1929. (re: ED Skinner)

Ghost Robotics Developing Robotic Dog Border Guard
'A robot dog!' - Otis Adelbert Kline, 1937. (re: Otis Adelbert Kline)

NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory Sees Extreme Flare
'Radar-electronic recording devices had measured and calculated...' - Lawrence Chandler, 1952. (re: Lawrence Chandler)

European Union Seeks To Regulate AI
'Autonomy, that's the bugaboo, where your AI's are concerned.' - William Gibson, 1984. (re: William Gibson)

Russians Think US Is Weaponizing Asteroids
'BY PUSHING AGAINST THE LITTLE MARTIAN MOON WITH OUR ROCKET SHIP, WE HAD LESSENED THE CENTRIFUGAL SPEED THAT HELD IT BALANCED IN THE SKY.' - Philip Nowlan and D. Calkins, 1930. (re: Philip Nowlan and D. Calkins)

The Warp And Fabric Of Spacetime
'Jenkins had evidently fallen into a warp in space.' - Schachner and Zagat, 1930. (re: Schachner and Zagat)

'Birds Aren't Real' An NPR Gen-Z Conspiracy
Keep your eyes on the skies! (re: Various)

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