Kurzweil

22 Feb 19
PolockNerd

Brain-machine interface technology is already being developed by pioneers and researchers around the globe. It’s still early and today’s tech is fairly rudimentary, but it’s a fast-moving field, and some believe it will advance faster than generally expected. Futurist Ray Kurzweil has predicted that by the 2030s we will be able to connect our brains to the internet via […]

21 Feb 19
mukeshbalani.com

mukeshbalani.com | “You heard it here first…if you haven’t already heard it elsewhere”… Purposeful Evolution: Creating an Ethical, Prosperous Future More often than not, we fall into the trap of trying to predict and anticipate the future, forgetting that the future is up to us to envision and create. In the words of Buckminster Fuller, […]

21 Feb 19
Anya's Blog

“A history of…” Aesthetic Concept Geo temporal Jean francoise Lyotard , Ray Kurzweil  Post humanists  Mindful of the way Andre has written about his painting eg it ‘may, searching out’. He’s aspiring for these things but it may be different for you. His paining is like going into the peripheral, for example that transition from when you […]

20 Feb 19
Tier 3 Coders

Hai Folks,Today I am Going To Give You an Interesting Article About Some of the Future Technologies. Nanobots will plug our brains straight into the cloud Tech of the future: nanobots. He believes, that by the 2050, nanobots will plug our brains straight into the cloud3, it will give us full immersion virtual reality from within […]

20 Feb 19
Mix 247 EDM

Steve Aoki is known for his electronic beats, but behind those beats lies a scientific inspiration. The artist now has a playable character on the new Star Trek Fleet Command mobile game from publishers Scopely and CBS Interactive. Since 2014 Aoki has come out with a series of “Neon Future” albums, all depicting electronic sound […]

19 Feb 19
Observations

And the times, they are a changing. At a rate of a century every 20 years. Ray Kurzweil estimates that the amount of progress the world has seen in the entire 20th century will be matched in a mere 20 years – between 2000 and 2020. This rate of change leaves a trail of redundant subjects […]

18 Feb 19
Piano for Adult Beginners

I remember practicing for my first piano exam crying tears of panic as time was running out. I managed to pick up two badly grazed knees the day before my exam falling in front of the goals playing football. I clearly had my priorities right. I hobbled straight legged into the exam room and did […]

18 Feb 19
Magnus Olsson Targeted Individual

Magnus Olsson: Nano-Brain-Implant Technologies and Artificial Intelligence Magnus begins his speech telling the audience “Welcome to the Future” and it’s a very good way to start what he’s going to say next. He also chooses to quote Gerald McGuire and Ellen McGee that several times published scientific papers requiring some type of regulation of implantable […]

18 Feb 19
Հենրի Ֆիլիպ

1.Many People think  there might not be problems with resources such as food and energy. 2. For a start,we will probably be stuck in old bodies 3.Huge developments in virtual reality technology will keep us entertained for years. 4.The future according to Ray Kurzweil looks good and we will probably just be around to see […]

18 Feb 19
Archy Worldys

By Gerard Dubey.An article by The Conversation Transhumanism, popularized by the American engineer and futurologist Ray Kurzweil with his university of singularity, and by the British cybernetic professor Kevin Warwick, is presented as a movement of ideas advocating the transformation, the improvement or the increase of the human through technology. He postulates that the hybridization […]

18 Feb 19
Astro Autistic

Text-to-speech software can be a lifesaver. I’m not sure if I have dyslexia, but text-to-speech still makes getting through assigned readings a lot more painless. I have a lot of trouble staying focused at the best of times, and partway through a semester is never the best of times. So software like Kurzweil 3000 that […]

17 Feb 19
Manager Mint Media

Today, we are happy to share the next essay in the autonomous vehicle series from our colleague Matt McCall, editor of Investment Opportunities. Matt has been covering one of the most significant trends and growth investment opportunities of our lifetime — electric and autonomous vehicles. When investing in market-changing trends, some investments could take years […]

17 Feb 19
Map My Thrive

Reprinted with permission from the American College of Healthcare Executives of Middle Tennessee, from the Fall 2019 Member Newsletter President’s Pen by Anna Pannier, MBA, FACHE, CHCIO This being my first newsletter as your Chapter President, I want to share why I feel hopeful about where we are going in healthcare. I also want to […]

17 Feb 19
Thinkpress

“Artificial intelligence will reach human levels by around 2029. Follow that out further to, say, 2045, we will have multiplied the intelligence, the human biological machine intelligence of our civilization a billion-fold.” –Ray Kurzweil Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the simulation of human intelligence processed by machines, especially computer systems. The processes include learning (the acquisition […]