1. Grossman, Lev. "Singularity." Time 21 Feb. 2011: 42-49. Web.
This is the article that originally intersted me in the topic. It was mostly exploratory but it left me questioning and extremely intrigued.
2. Hallevy, Gabriel. "THE CRIMINAL LIABILITY OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE ENTITIES--FROM SCIENCE FICTION TO LEGAL SOCIAL CONTROL." Akron Intellectual Property Journal 4.2 (2010): 171-201. Print.
I just read the abstract from this article but it looks as if it might provide some answers to critical questions like how we will deal with computers when they are capable of their own actions.
3. The Singularity Is Near. Dir. Anthony Waller. By Ray Kurzweil. Prod. Ehren Koepf and Toshi Hoo. 2010. DVD.
I have only read about this movie, not yet seen it, but I hope that I can find it because I believe it will be extremely helpful.
4. "Technological Singularity." Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. Web. 02 Mar. 2011. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Technological_singularity>.
The Wikipedia article is helpful because it explains some of the more complex concepts in more understandable terms.