If you thought putting on a VR headset and flailing about in your living room was embarrassing enough, try performing standup at the same time.
Robots have captured our imagination on screen for over a century and reflect our evolving relationship with artificial intelligence.
As FemTech companies continue to grow, companies will need to find new ways to differentiate themselves.
Blending humor and science together can lead to better results than if the two are always kept separate.
Many fields have tried to elevate themselves to the position of “science”. Does psychology deserve to be there too?
Science communication suffers from a negativity problem.
Space comedy is nothing new and, when used correctly, it has the potential to make outer space a little more relatable.
Get to know a member of our creative team, James Caven!
Meet anthropologist, comedian, and monkey-lover extraordinaire Natalia Reagan, the newest member of the Hello SciCom team!
Google Bard is the newest generative AI chatbot on the market. But how can comedy writers use it to make their writing funnier, especially in comparison to similar tools like ChatGPT?
As with anything politicized, it can be hard to know when it's right to lean on comedy and tell a joke. Here, we ask the question: when it comes to climate change, when can we (and when should we) tell a joke?
Will AI replace comedians? Can neural networks automate humor? Ever wonder how comedy writers can use Open AI's ChatGPT to improve their comedy writing?
ChatGPT is a very useful tool, but we’re going to keep writing the jokes ourselves.
If you’re a company, brand, public figure, or thought leader looking to grow your audience, TikTok might be right for you. In 2022, TikTok had the fastest-growing audience in the world, with 656 million individual downloads.
Google’s new Pathway Language Model, or PaLM, can do a lot of things. It can perform reason, write code, and translate languages. It could even decode genomes. But most importantly, in our opinion, it could explain jokes.
Dall-E 2 is one of most advanced AI technologies ever built. We used it to create a picture of King Kong fighting Nicolas Cage.
These books will tickle your funny bone, and explain that bone’s mineral composition.
Science comedy is empirically… “a thing.” Here’s the science of comedy behind science comedy.
Any way you slice it, 2021 was an objectively bad year, and we all know why. But it wasn’t all bad. Here’s a handful of good science things that happened last year (that have nothing to do with COVID-19).
In a new paper co-authored by the Honda Research Institute of Japan and Hello SciCom's Sarah Rose Siskind, voices were put to the test to determine the most effective voice for a new tabletop robot, Haru.
Just like wine, reality TV, and blind dates –– there's science, and then there's BAD science.
Only 44% of U.S. adults said they had “a great deal of confidence” in the scientific community. Here's how making science funny can help.
Comedy and science might seem very different, but they have a lot more in common than you think. In fact, there are a few techniques from standup comedy that can help scientists effectively present their work.
Getting everyone to understand and believe in climate change is harder than riding a unicycle in a hurricane, which is becoming a serious cause for concern for clowns due to climate change. Check out our tips for how to get your message across!
At Hello SciCom, we don’t just do comedy writing, we’ve been using search engine optimization to find our audience even in the farthest reaches of the internet. Here are some of our tips for boosting SEO traffic to your site or business.
Science would not be possible without communication. You have to use language, even if you didn’t get into STEM to write sonnets. Read our 15 simple tips for improving how you write and speak about your work.
What lessons in science communication have we learned from Covid reporting in 2020?
Spot on imitations of Carl Sagan, Bill Nye, Neil deGrasse Tyson, and the MythBusters!
16 tips in 60 seconds for how to be more engaging on your next Zoom call.