PARIS (Reuters) - As airplane makers gathered outside Paris to show off their newest high-tech jetliners on Monday, a less-heralded technology story was unfolding back home on the factory floors of the world's leading aerospace firms.
EXCLUSIVE: Tom DeSanto has teamed with David Ranes, Grace Roeder Oppenheimer, and Wayne Duband to form New Myth Entertainment. The intention is to hatch tent pole fare, along with some filmmaker driven small films. DeSanto’s writing and producing credits include X-Men and Transformers, and he was right there at the inception of both of those projects which have done billions in box office and merchandising. DeSanto is currently writing and producing his re-imagining of the millennium-old Chinese story, Creation Of The Gods, with YiSang Media, with plans of it being his next global film franchise. New Myth is currently developing several big properties that include Faces, a high concept action thriller, with DeSanto and Ranes producing. “When a young genius invents infallible facial recognition software he uncovers a millennia old global conspiracy that threatens to throw the planet into chaos and a new World War,” DeSanto said. A lot of companies chase tent pole fare, but the partners in this venture certainly have experience. Writer/Producer Ranes ran development six years for Gerald R. Molen, the Schindler’s List and Minority Report producer. He’s held producing or exec producing credits on a number of films including Take and About Cherry. Ranes most recently completed the action sci-fi ... Read More »
ENNISKILLEN, Northern Ireland (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin faced further isolation on the second day of a G8 summit on Tuesday as world leaders lined up to pressure him into toning down his support for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
Never one to make conservative predictions, Google engineering director Ray Kurzweil thinks that humans will soon develop technology advanced enough to keep us alive forever. CNBC reports that Kurzweil told the Global Future 2045 World Congress this week that life expectancies “will go into high gear within 10 and 20 years from now” and that within “probably less than 15 we will be reaching that tipping point where we add more time than has gone by because of scientific progress.” In other words, Kurzweil thinks that within 15 years we’ll have technology that will let us add years to our lives at a pace that’s faster than the years we lose through natural aging. Achieving immortality has long been one of
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