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První vzpomínky „ve skle“ | 21stoleti.cz

První vzpomínky „ve skle“ | 21stoleti.cz | Budoucnost | Scoop.it

Metodou „in vitro“ čili „ve skle“ označují biologové výzkum živých systémů mimo kontext živého organismu. Americkým neurologům se nedávno „ve skle“ podařilo věc, která by mohla vážně promluvit do budoucnosti výzkumu mozku. Našli způsob, jak v mozkové tkáni na několik sekund skladovat informace.

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‘Robo Brain’ will teach robots everything from the Internet | KurzweilAI

‘Robo Brain’ will teach robots everything from the Internet | KurzweilAI | Budoucnost | Scoop.it
Robo Brain logo (credit: Saxena Lab) Robo Brain is currently downloading and processing about 1 billion images, 120,000 YouTube videos, and 100 million

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10 Digital Health Trends Over The Next 20 Years

10 Digital Health Trends Over The Next 20 Years | Budoucnost | Scoop.it
Earlier this week I participated in the world’s first online digital health conference, Digital Health Pulse, organized by digital health consultancy, Enspektos. Speaking at the ...
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Remote-controlled cyborg moth ‘biobots’ to monitor emergency-response operationsI

Remote-controlled cyborg moth ‘biobots’ to monitor emergency-response operationsI | Budoucnost | Scoop.it
Measuring moth's muscle signals at it attempts to fly toward the LEDs (credit: Alper Bozkurt) North Carolina State University researchers have developed
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Brain to Brain Communication Using EEG Waves and the Internet

Brain to Brain Communication Using EEG Waves and the Internet | Budoucnost | Scoop.it
Brain-to-brain communication was achieved recently using brain-computer interfaces, computer-brain interfaces, electroencephalographic (EEG) recordings and the internet. The developers of this brain-to-brain communication system demonstrated the transmission of information between conscious human brains without use of motor or peripheral sensory systems. This means that the information was sent from one mind to another mind without talking […]

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This is technology for 20th century not for the future

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Bio3D’s Incredible Bio-Printer – Can Affordably 3D Print Cells, Proteins, Antibodies, Bacteria & Plastic in One Session

Bio3D’s Incredible Bio-Printer – Can Affordably 3D Print Cells, Proteins, Antibodies, Bacteria & Plastic in One Session | Budoucnost | Scoop.it
Bio-Printing, a technology which has the potential to allow us to re-engineer the human body, has been making tremendous strides over the last three to four yea

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A je tu tiskárnička co nám vytiskene co jen bude potřeba. Třeba časem i nějakého vira? Na něco takového není třeba tiísku.

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Super-Strength Robot Suits Are Now Being Used in Real Life

Super-Strength Robot Suits Are Now Being Used in Real Life | Budoucnost | Scoop.it
This man can pick up a 70-pound lump of metal like it's bag of groceries. But it's not because he's Iron Man--he just happens to be wearing a robotic suit that grants him immense strength.

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Exoskeleton pro vojáčky a pro invalididy ukazováčky

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Tony Sacksteder's curator insight, August 4, 9:51 AM

If the US doesn't do it, someone else will...or has!

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Managing collective intelligence - Toward a New Corporate Governance

In a production economy, value creation depends on land, labor and capital. In a knowledge economy, value creation depends mainly on the ideas and innovations to be found in people’s heads. Those ideas cannot be forcibly extracted. All one can do is mobilize collective intelligence and knowledge. If knowing how to produce and sell has become a basic necessity, it no longer constitutes a sufficiently differentiating factor in international competition. In the past, enterprises were industrial and commercial; in the future, they will increasingly have to be intelligent.


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Deborah Verran's comment, May 25, 2013 3:26 PM
Excellent summary on slideshare
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Me gusta esta idea para las organizaciones del futuro. La inteligencia colectiva como motor de cambio en las sociedades.

John Poole's curator insight, July 30, 2013 5:21 AM

Knowledge management article

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Fear of Artificial Intelligence vs. the Ethics and Art of Creative Destruction | Innovation Insights | Wired.com

Fear of Artificial Intelligence vs. the Ethics and Art of Creative Destruction | Innovation Insights | Wired.com | Budoucnost | Scoop.it
Artificial intelligence takes on dangerous implications in the 2014 film "Transcendence". Image courtesy of Warner Bros. While it may be an interesting que
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Can We Live Forever?

Can We Live Forever? | Budoucnost | Scoop.it

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Next step for wearables? NeuroSky brings its smart sensors to health & fitness

Next step for wearables? NeuroSky brings its smart sensors to health & fitness | Budoucnost | Scoop.it

It won’t be long before wearing a device on your wrist is considered passé.

A San Jose-based company called NeuroSky is building sensors to detect your brain activity, so you can control things with your thoughts. The applications for this kind of technology are endless — and are best known in the gaming community – but the company raised an undisclosed sum today to push into the health and fitness market.

The funding comes from Softbank, a Japanese corporation, in a round that chief executive Stanley Yang describes as “strategic.” Neurosky has raised about $40 million since its inception in 2006.

The company builds the chips and software and strikes partnerships with device manufacturers. It has developed a complex set of algorithms that can track analog electrical brainwaves and turn them into digital measurements. This kind of technology is still nascent, but is referred to by futurists as “thought controlled computing.”


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Další přírůstek do rodiny nositelných cajků s několika senzory na hlídání zdraví a kontrolování funkcí při fitness.

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The Key to Consciousness: Efficient Information Flow?

The Key to Consciousness: Efficient Information Flow? | Budoucnost | Scoop.it
As people slip into unconsciousness, the flow of information in their brains gets markedly less efficient, new research shows. The findings suggest there are probably not individual brain cells responsible for consciousness.
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DailyTech - RFID čipy souvisí s rostoucím výskytem rakoviny

DailyTech - RFID čipy souvisí s rostoucím výskytem  rakoviny | Budoucnost | Scoop.it
Numerous studies linking RFID implants to cancer in animals, are gaining significant attention
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Method of recording brain activity could lead to mind-reading devices, Stanford scientists say

Method of recording brain activity could lead to mind-reading devices, Stanford scientists say | Budoucnost | Scoop.it
A brain region activated when people are asked to perform mathematical calculations in an experimental setting is similarly activated when they use numbers -- or even imprecise quantitative terms, such as "more than" -- in everyday conversation,...
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Artificial Intelligence Means Goodbye Human Race?

Artificial Intelligence Means Goodbye Human Race? | Budoucnost | Scoop.it
Will the advent of artificial intelligence mean humans will have to say goodbye to our species?

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Brain Machine Interface and Limb Reanimation Technologies: Restoring Function After Spinal Cord Injury Through Development of a Bypass System

Brain Machine Interface and Limb Reanimation Technologies: Restoring Function After Spinal Cord Injury Through Development of a Bypass System | Budoucnost | Scoop.it

Functional restoration of limb movement after traumatic spinal cord injury (SCI) remains the ultimate goal in SCI treatment and directs the focus of current research strategies.

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Muscle-powered bio-bots walk on command

Muscle-powered bio-bots walk on command | Budoucnost | Scoop.it
Tiny walking “bio-bots” are powered by muscle cells and controlled by an electric field (credit: University of Illinois) Engineers at the University of
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Why do you want engineers demonstrate this only on the insect? Peoples are good material for next hocus pocus

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How Artificial Superintelligence Will Give Birth To Itself

How Artificial Superintelligence Will Give Birth To Itself | Budoucnost | Scoop.it
There's a saying among futurists that a human-equivalent artificial intelligence will be our last invention. After that, AIs will be capable of designing virtually anything on their own — including themselves. Here's how a recursively self-improving AI could transform itself into a superintelligent machine.
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Patients tell more secrets to virtual humans - Futurity

Patients tell more secrets to virtual humans - Futurity | Budoucnost | Scoop.it
Patients are more willing to disclose personal information to virtual humans, likely because they don't have the capacity to judge.

The findings show promise for people suffering from post-traumatic stress and other mental anguish, says Gale Lucas, a social psychologist at University of Southern California’s Institute for Creative Technologies.


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Elon Musk Says Artificial Intelligence Could Be More Dangerous Than Nuclear Weapons

Elon Musk Says Artificial Intelligence Could Be More Dangerous Than Nuclear Weapons | Budoucnost | Scoop.it

When Elon Musk, the founder of Tesla and SpaceX, comments on the future, ears in the tech space perk up. But a weekend mini-rant from the futurist drew the attention of even some non-techies and revealed that he's more worried about an artificial intelligence (A.I.) apocalypse than he's let on in recent months.

 

Posting his thoughts to Twitter on Saturday, after recommending a book about A.I., Musk made what might be the most controversial technology statement of his career: "We need to be super careful with A.I. Potentially more dangerous than nukes."

 

Others, like Google's Ray Kurzweil, have discussed a technological "singularity," in which A.I.'s take over from humans, but rarely has such a high profile voice with real ties to the technology business put the prospect in such stark terms.

 

To be fair, Musk's thoughts should be considered within the context he made them, that is, suggesting the book Superintelligence: Paths, Dangers, Strategies, a work by Nick Bostrom that asks major questions about how humanity will cope with super-intelligent computers in the future.

 

Nevertheless, the comparison of A.I. to nuclear weapons, a threat that has cast a worrying shadow over much of the last 30 years in terms of humanity's longevity possibly being cut short by a nuclear war, immediately raises a couple of questions.

 

The first, and most likely from many quarters, will be to question Musk's future-casting. Some may use Musk's A.I. concerns — which remain fantastical to many — as proof that his predictions regarding electric cars and commercial space travel are the visions of someone who has seen too many science fiction films. "If Musk really thinks robots might destroy humanity, maybe we need to dismiss his long view thoughts on other technologies." Those essays are likely already being written.

 

In recent years, Musk's most science fiction-inspired comments have revolved aroundcolonizing Mars, but this latest comment, and the one he made back in June about fearing a "Terminator" future, indicate that this is a serious issue for the tech mogul. As for whether his concerns hold any weight, we can't be sure, just yet, but Musk is hedging his bets by investing in an artificial intelligence research company called Vicarious.

 

Apparently, although not as vocal about it, others in the tech space agree with Musk's investment approach toward super-intelligent machines. Investors in Vicarious include the likes of Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and Amazon's Jeff Bezos.

 


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Wearables with augmented reality are mind-blowing -- and an ethical nightmare

Wearables with augmented reality are mind-blowing -- and an ethical nightmare | Budoucnost | Scoop.it
A panel of industry experts at CES 2014 discusses the ethical quandaries and shared responsibilities with the augmented reality and head-mounted wearables that will change our lives as dramatically as the smartphone.

 

Because it doesn't stop with cameras you can't see. Wearable tech and the AR software that powers it will surface far-reaching issues, all of which will be hitting court rooms, policy discussions, and dinner table conversations regarding what's appropriate to use in public, safe to use while driving, and mentally healthy to engage in day to day.


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Gust MEES's curator insight, January 10, 4:09 PM

Because it doesn't stop with cameras you can't see. Wearable tech and the AR software that powers it will surface far-reaching issues, all of which will be hitting court rooms, policy discussions, and dinner table conversations regarding what's appropriate to use in public, safe to use while driving, and mentally healthy to engage in day to day.


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https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2013/12/21/privacy-in-the-digital-world-shouldnt-we-talk-about-it/


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Mind uploading won't lead to immortality

Mind uploading won't lead to immortality | Budoucnost | Scoop.it
Uploading the content of one’s mind, including one’s personality, memories and emotions, into a computer may one day be possible, but it won’t transfer our biological consciousness and won’t make us immortal.

Uploading one’s mind into a computer, a concept popularized by the 2014 movie Transcendence starring Johnny Depp, is likely to become at least partially possible, but won’t lead to immortality. Major objections have been raised regarding the feasibility of mind uploading. Even if we could surpass every technical obstacle and successfully copy the totality of one’s mind, emotions, memories, personality and intellect into a machine, that would be just that: a copy, which itself can be copied again and again on various computers.
THE DILEMMA OF SPLIT CONSCIOUSNESS
Neuroscientists have not yet been able to explain what consciousness is, or how it works at a neurological level. Once they do, it is might be possible to reproduce consciousness in artificial intelligence. If that proves feasible, then it should in theory be possible to replicate our consciousness on computers too. Or is that jumpig to conclusions ?

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Organ-on-a-chip producer collaborates with Sanofi in medtech-pharma mashup

Organ-on-a-chip producer collaborates with Sanofi in medtech-pharma mashup | Budoucnost | Scoop.it
To evaluate ways to reduce drug research and development costs, Sanofi US is collaborating with organ-on-a-chip developer Hurel Corp. to assess drugs' effect on humans.

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Monika McDole-Russell's curator insight, November 23, 2013 4:10 AM

More progress towards the development of organ-on-a-chip technology. I look forward to the outcome of this collaboration.

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How Human Brains Could Be Hacked

How Human Brains Could Be Hacked | Budoucnost | Scoop.it
Your Alternative News Network. Broadcasting The Truth Since "2011"
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NSA Building A $2 Billion Quantum Computer Artificial Intelligence Spy Center

NSA Building A $2 Billion Quantum Computer Artificial Intelligence Spy Center | Budoucnost | Scoop.it
NSA Building A $2 Billion Quantum Computer Artificial Intelligence Spy Center    The NSA is a data center to house a 512 qubit quantum computer capable of learning, reproducing the brain’s cognitiv...
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Zajisté toto souvisí s nedávnou aférou ve Francii .

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Google Erects Fake Brain With ... Graphics Chips? | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com

Google Erects Fake Brain With ... Graphics Chips? | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com | Budoucnost | Scoop.it
Your brain is a collection of neurons -- tiny cells that use electro-chemical signals to send and receive information.
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Za pár let to bude, ale celkem slušná pecka ... nebo taky haluz

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