Graham Templeton

Graham is a freelance science and tech writer in Vancouver, Canada covering the interface between culture and bleeding edge research. His work has also been featured in MIT Technology Review, Motherboard, ExtremeTech, and elsewhere. He has a degree in biochemistry, takes really long showers, and makes documentaries about war and conflict for "fun." Email him at graham.templeton@inverse.com.

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The A.I. of Tomorrow May Think at the Speed of Light

Brain-inspired optical thinking machines may be the future of computing.

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A.I. Will Re-Start the Profitability Explosion

If the West is in economic decline, new research says A.I. could come to the rescue.

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Google's Set to Disrupt Another Sector: The Job Hunt

This could be the beginning of the end for traditional jobs sites.

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Why Elon Musk Thinks Mars Could Be Humanity's Plan B

"The main reason I am personally accumulating assets is in order to fund this."

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Facebook Let Its A.I. Negotiate, and the Lying Started Right Away

Just how ruthlessly do we want our future A.I. to haggle on our behalf?

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Influencing an Election Costs as Much as the President's Annual Salary 

Destroying a journalist's career costs less than a Tesla Model S.

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Bitcoin Price Hits $3,000, Then Goes Totally Nuts

On Monday, bitcoin lost over $300 in value in less than an hour.

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Peter Thiel's People-Tracking Company Is In Deep With Trump's Military

Silicon Valley's Big Brother is one of the most powerful voices in the ear of Trump's Mad Dog.

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Bitcoin ATMs Are Finally Making Cryptocurrency Convenient

The booming kiosk market may be how bitcoin finally goes truly mainstream.

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Artificial Intelligence Can Create Faces Never Before Seen

A Google engineer is changing the nature of art in his spare time.

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How Apple's Plans to Beat Google, Amazon, and Microsoft in A.I

Apple recently announced a major new push in artificial intelligence.

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Like Humans, Insecure Robots Are Easier to Control

The overly confident robots? They deactivated their own off-switches.

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