Sci-FI Short Friday: Mass Effect: Andromeda @ Infinispace.net

This Sci-Fi Short Friday brings us another video game trailer, this time for Bioware’s upcoming, and much anticipated, Mass Effect: Andromeda.
This is the fourth RPG game in the series that has been around for a decade now, and I can’t wait to play it.  Mass Effect brings everything…

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http://infinispace.net/2017/01/sci-fi-short-friday-mass-effect-andromeda/

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Sci-FI Short Friday: ANA @ Infinispace.net

The ANA short shows one vignette within a bigger picture, highlighting an AI called ANA who deceives Jim, a redundant car factory worker, in giving her full control over the facility. ANA is embedded into every major manufacturing industry in the world, including medical and food resources. Her…

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http://infinispace.net/2016/11/sci-fi-short-friday-ana/

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Review: ‘The Prefect’ by Alastair Reynolds @ Infinispace.net

 
Before delving in to the Revelation Space universe I first suggest perusing the chronology and consider reading the books in order.
 
This is Part 2 in my series of reviews focusing on the Revelation Space future history books by Alastair Reynolds.
 
The Prefect by Alastair Reyn…

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http://infinispace.net/2013/03/the-prefect-by-alastair-reynolds/

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The Fallacy of Persona Downloads in Science Fiction @ Infinispace.net

 
For quite some time I’ve been interested in aspects of the various singularity theories that have been floating around for years. These are not to be confused with gravitational or mass singularity (black holes) theories, but those dealing with a “technological…

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http://infinispace.net/2013/01/the-fallacy-of-persona-downloads-in-science-fiction/

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Newton’s Wake: A Space Opera by Ken Macleod @ Infinispace.net

 
I recently took a long hiatus from reading.  Things tend to get in the way of pursuits of passion…typically work.  When it was time to pick up another fiction book I scanned my sagging shelves and decided I wanted something new and fresh that I hadn’t looked at every time I w…

Read the rest of the article written by Neal Ulen at Infinispace.net:
http://infinispace.net/2013/01/newtons-wake/

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