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Brain-computer interfaces will convert your thoughts into Text

Brain-computer interfaces will convert your thoughts into Text | Future set | Scoop.it
Scientists at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, compared the pros and cons of using various brain imaging techniques to make the technology a reality in the future.

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AI is different because it lets machines weld the emotional with the physical

AI is different because it lets machines weld the emotional with the physical | Future set | Scoop.it
The human race has long designed and used tools to help us solve problems, from flint axes to space shuttles. They affect our lives and shape society in expected and sometimes unexpected ways. We may understand…
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Honestly, sometimes AI write a really shit and sometimes it looks like it AI was painted the Mona Lisa.  Simply an future expert on all . I want to be disconnected ...

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5 Examples of Insect-Inspired Robotics

5 Examples of Insect-Inspired Robotics | Future set | Scoop.it

Everyone knows that robots are merely lifeless machines, no matter how amazing their abilities may be. However, you may be surprised at how often scientists replicate the features and capabilities of living creatures to increase robotic performance. In fact, there’s even a whole branch of robotics called “biomimetics” dedicated to that single premise. The term biomimetics means literally to “mimic life.” Insects are one form of life from which biomimetic scientists draw significant inspiration for new types of robotic technology.

Functions and behaviors that evolved over hundreds of millions of years in insects can be hard to top. So scientists increasingly looking to Mother Nature and biomimicry for innovative design ideas. The resulting technology is blurring the lines between living beings and machines more than ever.


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Seen like an animal but reality it is different

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Anticipating the rise of the machine

Anticipating the rise of the machine | Future set | Scoop.it
How will the robots and machines revolt? Perhaps not in the way we think, writes Joe Gelonesi, who interviews two leading philosophers with very different views about the threat of artificial intelligence.

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‘You’re going to have lots of different hybrid interactions between biological and technological beings. That will constitute the [new] life world, and we’re going to have to imagine a space where all those different life forms will have to live harmoniously together.’ It must be joke say live harmoniously together.

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Quantum Computers And The End Of Security

Quantum Computers And The End Of Security | Future set | Scoop.it

Quantum computing and quantum communications; these concepts were invented just 30 years ago, after scientific journals refused to issue earlier publications regarding these subjects because it looked more like science-fiction. Nowadays, quantum systems really do exist, with some of them reaching the stage of commercial sales. Quantum computers raise and answer new questions in the security field, primarily in cryptography.


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Kde bude člověk za 30 let s Quantem? ...

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Good-bye, Wheelchair, Hello Exoskeleton - IEEE Spectrum

Good-bye, Wheelchair, Hello Exoskeleton - IEEE Spectrum | Future set | Scoop.it
This year, the Ekso Bionics exoskeleton for paraplegics hits the market...

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The Future of Digital Health

At Vital Signs Conference in Denmark Monty Metzger has been invited to hold a Keynote about the Future of Digital Health. The Keynote speech contains an overvi…
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Humans Will Have Cloud-Connected Hybrid Brains by 2030

Humans Will Have Cloud-Connected Hybrid Brains by 2030 | Future set | Scoop.it
Ray Kurzweil, director of engineering at Google, predicts that by 2030, humans will have hybrid brains able to connect to the cloud, just as with computers.

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This will be a storm for a next generation

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Artificial Intelligence: Hawking's Fears Stir Debate : DNews

Artificial Intelligence: Hawking's Fears Stir Debate : DNews | Future set | Scoop.it
Stephen Hawking said the development of full artificial intelligence could spell the end of the human race. For real?

 

"Hawking said there would be autonomous technology which would develop separately from humans. He has no evidence to support that. There is no data to back this opinion."

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I am glad that Hawking had dared to oppose. AI is nothing for me

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How Close Are Humans to Immortality?

How Close Are Humans to Immortality? | Future set | Scoop.it
What do you mean byThe question How close are humans to immortality? has been studied at great lengths by different scientists in different fields. However a consensus has been achieved by a specific community of these observers on the answer to the question. Scientist Ray Kurzweil and his followers all agree that humans are about 20-25 years away from […]
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With added life and brain capacity, Kurzweil also suggests that nanobots will be able to enable humans to do things like writing a full fledged book in minutes. What do you mean by the term with added life and brain capacity ... 

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Artificial Intelligence: How Algorithms Make Systems Smart | Innovation Insights | WIRED

Artificial Intelligence: How Algorithms Make Systems Smart | Innovation Insights | WIRED | Future set | Scoop.it
“Algorithm” is a word that one hears used much more frequently than in the past. One of the reasons is that scientists have learned that computers can learn on their own if given a few simple instructions. That’s really all that algorithms are mathematical instructions. Wikipedia states that an algorithm “is a step-by-step procedure for…
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 Je však jasné,že lidé jak s dobrými tak špatnými úmysly používají algoritmy.

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IBM Research creates new foundation to program SyNAPSE chips

IBM Research creates new foundation to program SyNAPSE chips | Future set | Scoop.it

Scientists from IBM unveiled on Aug. 8 a breakthrough software ecosystem designed for programming silicon chips that have an architecture inspired by the function, low power, and compact volume of the brain.
The technology could enable a new generation of intelligent sensor networks that mimic the brain’s abilities for perception, action, and cognition.
Dramatically different from traditional software, IBM’s new programming model breaks the mold of sequential operation underlying today’s von Neumann architectures and computers.
It is instead tailored for a new class of distributed, highly interconnected, asynchronous, parallel, large-scale cognitive computing architectures.


Via Szabolcs Kósa
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Vědci z IBM představili průlomový software "ekosystemu" určený pro programování křemíkových čipů.

Tato technologie by mohla umožnit novou generaci inteligentních senzorových sítí, které napodobují mozkové schopnosti jako je vnímání, učení a činnost. V budoucnosti už nebude místo pro obyčejný mozek bez využití této a futurističtější technologie.

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Roger Ellman's curator insight, August 11, 2013 12:28 PM

Chip breakhtroughs are most important in getting our progress meters revving faster for all areas of technology. The benefits of the faster processing of date and/or the faster processing of complex control routines are enormnous.

 

Roger

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