Facial recognition technology is becoming widespread as technology companies look to use biometrics to secure information. However when used by law enforcement it raises a bunch of ethical concerns. So should we be scared of facial recognition?
As NASA prepares to send astronauts into deep space for extended missions there is a growing concern over how we'll be able to provide enough food for these missions. The solution it seems is in figuring out how to grow plants in space.
NASA is going back to the Moon, and preparations are well underway for the Artemis missions. The Artemis missions will see a new generation of rocket called the SLS that will enable humans to head to the Moon, Mars, and beyond.
50 years ago, NASA landed humans on the Moon. But in 1972, the Apollo program ended and we haven't been back to the Moon since. However, NASA is once again planning to take humans to the Moon and this time is going to build a permanent base.
Nobody can escape getting old. In fact, generations of people are living to a much older age thanks to modern healthcare. But how will technology make the experience of ageing easier, and what innovations will allow you to stay in your own home for longer?
For generations the humble helmet has looked basically the same. However as technology and materials improve we're starting to see an evolution in their design. So what will the helmet of the future look like?