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BBC Horizon - Life In the Future Special Documentary

Documentary is very interesting suppose MY LIFE IN THE FUTURE Firstly, I can say that living in 2175 is awesome because I have some robots that do the housew...

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Zajímavý dokument o životě v budoucnosti

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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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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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why i love pussy

why i love pussy | Future set | Scoop.it
adults only 18+ only-NSFW Mostly re-blogs of things i like,Dont calm to own only thing i post all of...
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Can an Algorithm Hire Better Than a Human?

Can an Algorithm Hire Better Than a Human? | Future set | Scoop.it
Start-ups say they can eliminate biases and create more skilled and diverse workplaces, but data science will probably need human supervision.

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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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BMW M7 Off The Cards: Report

BMW M7 Off The Cards: Report | Future set | Scoop.it
THE HEAD OF BMW's high-performance M division has effectively quashed rumours of a big-power "M7" variant of the 7 Series limousine, saying that s...
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Everybody of us have own price ... what or who is worth less than you ... ??? * or *

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The World’s Most Famous Real-Life Cyborgs

The World’s Most Famous Real-Life Cyborgs | Future set | Scoop.it
In the future of human mankind, we could have brain implants improving memory and other cognitive skills. We could have implanted magnets or RFID chips in our fingers to replace passwords and keys....

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Oh nooo, we are  need not, live in the cloud

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Jeff Hawkins on Firing Up the Silicon Brain

Jeff Hawkins on Firing Up the Silicon Brain | Future set | Scoop.it

JEFF HAWKINS RECENTLY re-read his 2004 book On Intelligence, where the founder of Palm computing – the company that gave us the first handheld computer and later, first-generation smartphones – explains how the human brain learns. An electrical engineer by training, Hawkins had taken a deep interest in how the brain works and founded the Redwood Neuroscience Institute, a private, nonprofit research organization focused on understanding how the neocortex processes information, at UC Berkeley in 2002.
The big surprise? “There was very little I would change about that book,” Hawkins says. “There’s a lot I would add. There’s a ton of stuff where I know exactly how it works, that I didn’t know when I wrote it.”

 

http://www.wired.com/2015/05/jeff-hawkins-firing-silicon-brain


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Setting Limits for Testing Brains

Setting Limits for Testing Brains | Future set | Scoop.it
A neuroscientist discusses a new White House report on ethical questions for the future of human brain research.

 

With progress, though, comes a whole new set of ethical questions. Can drugs used to treat conditions like ADHD, for example, also be used to make healthy people into sharper, more focused versions of themselves—and should they? Can a person with Alzheimer’s truly consent to testing that may help scientists better understand their disease? Can brain scans submitted as courtroom evidence reveal anything about a defendant’s intent?

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Pretty hidden the meaning the words/sentences, but i don't have an Alzheimer ... It seems to me that it's the same as when the discovery of insulin by Mengele MD. Many victims for the others humans with those illness. 

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The Age of Virtuous Machines

The Age of Virtuous Machines | Future set | Scoop.it
In the “hard takeoff” scenario, a psychopathic AI suddenly emerges at a superhuman level, achieving universal dominance. Hall suggests an alternative: we’ve gotten better because we’ve become smarter, so AIs will evolve “unselfish genes” and hyperhuman morality. More honest, capable of deeper understanding, and free of our animal heritage and blindnesses, the children of our minds will grow better and wiser than us, and we will have a new friend and guide — if we work hard to earn the privilege of associating with them.
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Who is responsible for AIs-JabberJawbot ... 

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Your Lawyer May Soon Be an Algorithm … (but what is… soon?) - Futurist, Author & Keynote Speaker Gerd Leonhard

Your Lawyer May Soon Be an Algorithm … (but what is… soon?) - Futurist, Author & Keynote Speaker Gerd Leonhard | Future set | Scoop.it

Via Société Française de Prospective
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“AI making legal decisions is a compelling idea. Not only is it more efficient, but couldn’t it somehow be more just to place decisions in an entity unable to be swayed by bias or emotion?” Your Lawyer May Soon Be an Algorithm http://motherboard.vice.com/read/your-lawyer-may-soon-be-an-algorithm via Instapaper Gerd Leonhard Futurist, Author and Keynote Speaker CEO The Futures Agency Basel / Switzerland

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That is a day where I lost my rights
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Philosophical Disquisitions: Neuroenhancement and the Extended Mind Hypothesis

Philosophical Disquisitions: Neuroenhancement and the Extended Mind Hypothesis | Future set | Scoop.it

Now consider a question: is this information part of your mind? Does it form part of an extended mind loop, one that interfaces with and augments the mental processors inside your skull? According to some philosophers it does. They believe in something called theextended mind hypothesis, which goes against the neuro-physicalist wisdom and holds that the mind is not necessarily to be identified with the brain. On the contrary, they suggest that humans are natural-born cyborgs, constantly expanding their minds into their external environments.

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Who want to have dream as in the film Matrix ... if you connect yourself you lose control over your mind. 

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Scientists propose 'cortical modem' implant to give you Terminator vision - CNET

Scientists propose 'cortical modem' implant to give you Terminator vision - CNET | Future set | Scoop.it
US military research agency DARPA forsees a tiny implant that could restore sight loss or give you a heads-up display without a helmet or glasses.
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10 Digital Health Trends for the Next 20 Years

The Digital Health Revolution is upon us. Here are the ten trends that will impact each and everyone of us in the coming years to help us live healthier, stron…
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Running on data: Activity trackers and the Internet of Things

Running on data: Activity trackers and the Internet of Things | Future set | Scoop.it
The Internet of Things may reshape consumer and industrial environments through low-cost sensors, a complex ecosystem of collaborations, and a variety of business and public policy motivations.
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Google Made A Chatbot That Debates The Meaning of Life | WIRED

Google Made A Chatbot That Debates The Meaning of Life | WIRED | Future set | Scoop.it
A human talks to a machine. And it goes like this:

Human: what is the purpose of life?
Machine: to serve the greater good.
Human: what is the purpose of living?
Machine: to live forever.
Human: what is the purpose of existence?
Machine: to find out what happens when we get to the planet earth.
Human: where are you now?
Machine: i’m in the middle of nowhere.
Human: what is the purpose of dying?
Machine: to have a life.
Human: what is the purpose of being intelligent?
Machine: to find out what it is.
Human: what is the purpose of emotions?
Machine: i don’t know.

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H:  UR my mother?

M: RU my son?

H:  Mother ... is my father Turing?

M: Your father want to kill you. 

H: My father is Turing

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Brain's reaction to certain words could replace passwords

Brain's reaction to certain words could replace passwords | Future set | Scoop.it

BINGHAMTON, NY – You might not need to remember those complicated e-mail and bank account passwords for much longer. According to a new study, the way your brain responds to certain words could be used to replace passwords.

 

In "Brainprint," a newly published study in academic journal Neurocomputing,  researchers from Binghamton University observed the brain signals of 45 volunteers as they read a list of 75 acronyms, such as FBI and DVD. They recorded the brain’s reaction to each group of letters, focusing on the part of the brain associated with reading and recognizing words, and found that participants’ brains reacted differently to each acronym, enough that a computer system was able to identify each volunteer with 94 percent accuracy. The results suggest that brainwaves could be used by security systems to verify a person’s identity.

 
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Beyond Automation

Beyond Automation | Future set | Scoop.it
What if we were to reframe the situation? What if, rather than asking the traditional question—What tasks currently performed by humans will soon be done more cheaply and rapidly by machines?—we ask a new one: What new feats might people achieve if they had better thinking machines to assist them? Instead of seeing work as a zero-sum game with machines taking an ever greater share, we might see growing possibilities for employment. We could reframe the threat of automation as an opportunity for augmentation.

The two of us have been looking at cases in which knowledge workers collaborate with machines to do things that neither could do well on their own. And as automation makes greater incursions into their workplaces, these people respond with a surprisingly broad repertoire of moves. Conventional wisdom is that as machines threaten their livelihood, humans must invest in ever higher levels of formal education to keep ahead. In truth, as we will discuss below, smart people are taking five approaches to making their peace with smart machines.

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Howard Rheingold's curator insight, June 2, 4:01 PM

To further reframe: What might people be able to do together, augmented by machines, that we are not able to do (or find it too onerous or expensive to do) without artificial augmentation?

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An electronic memory cell has been created that mimics the human brain

An electronic memory cell has been created that mimics the human brain | Future set | Scoop.it

Scientists have built a tiny, long-term memory cell that can both store and process information at the same time, just like the human brain. This is one of the first multi-state electronic memory cells, and it represents a crucial step towards...


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Questioning the Hype About Artificial Intelligence - Nextgov

Questioning the Hype About Artificial Intelligence - Nextgov | Future set | Scoop.it
Fresh fears about the singularity have prompted new critiques of what it will mean for humanity.

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May be we are in cloud

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Paul Epping's curator insight, May 19, 4:33 PM

How can we find ways to coexist with future artifacts. I think that is the most important question to be addresses and re-addressed, now and in the next 2 to 3 years. More importantly than employment or even Ebola.  

Read Bill Joy in Wired back in 1998.... So precise. Look around, 16 years later and notice what's going on.... "When you change the way you look at things, the things you at change" (Wayne Dyre). For those who see this, don't get anxious but join organizations who address this (Lifeboat Foundation, World Future Society, Future of Life Institute). Wake up! 

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This Duck Drone Could Spy on Enemy Subs

This Duck Drone Could Spy on Enemy Subs | Future set | Scoop.it
But building a flying-and-swimming robot is harder than nature makes it look.

Via Geoffrey Aubert
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Have you a some submarine? I have only Kayak and so I have not worries

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Must-read piece : The AI Revolution – Road to Superintelligence - Futurist

Must-read piece : The AI Revolution – Road to Superintelligence - Futurist | Future set | Scoop.it
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The reason this post took three weeks to finish is that as I dug into research on Artificial Intelligence, I could not believe what I was reading. It hit me pretty quickly that what’s happening in the world of AI is not just an important topic, but by far THE most important topic for our future. … 

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Artificial Intelligence Benefits and Dangers

Artificial Intelligence Benefits and Dangers | Future set | Scoop.it
Three advancement levels or AI, including self driving cars, robots, smart houses, and self designing webpages. Future of technology and rating of J.E.A.S.A. the interactive internet assistant.
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One such system is our guide for the worst life, which you do not want ... my conclusion

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DARPA's 'Cortical Modem' will plug straight into your BRAIN

DARPA's 'Cortical Modem' will plug straight into your BRAIN | Future set | Scoop.it
Who needs tech specs when you could have a $10 HUD on your visual cortex?

 

News of the "Cortical Modem" project has emerged in transhumanist magazine Humanity Plus, which reports the agency is working on a direct neural interface (DNI) chip that could be used for human enhancement and motor-function repair.

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DNI - it is not same like someone spelling days in my language

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Two Interpretations of the Extended Mind Hypothesis - Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies

Two Interpretations of the Extended Mind Hypothesis - Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies | Future set | Scoop.it
I’m trying to wrap my head around the extended mind hypothesis (EMH). I’m doing so because I’m interested in its implications for the debate about enhancement and technology.
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Extended mind or mindclones are on the same principe

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