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CogniMem demonstrates 40,000-neuron, scalable cognitive memory computing system at SC12 Conference | Embedded

CogniMem demonstrates 40,000-neuron, scalable cognitive memory computing system at SC12 Conference | Embedded | DigitAG& journal | Scoop.it
CogniMem Technologies Inc. has developed a greater than 40,000-neuron, scalable cognitive memory computing system based on CogniBlox, a memory-based parallel processing capability that architecturally implements how the human brain processes data.

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Brain Music: Researchers Construct Music From Brain Waves

Brain Music: Researchers Construct Music From Brain Waves | DigitAG& journal | Scoop.it
Have you ever wondered what your brain sounds like when it is thinking?
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What Could the Future of Work Look Like?

What Could the Future of Work Look Like? | DigitAG& journal | Scoop.it
What are the changing patterns of work? What are the shifts in perspective and attitude? What do the organization and worker of the future look like?
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Single-celled amoebae can remember, make decisions and anticipate change - slime molds redefine intelligence

Single-celled amoebae can remember, make decisions and anticipate change - slime molds redefine intelligence | DigitAG& journal | Scoop.it

Something scientists have come to understand is that slime molds are much smarter than they look. One species in particular, the SpongeBob SquarePants–yellow Physarum polycephalum, can solve mazes, mimic the layout of man-made transportation networks and choose the healthiest food from a diverse menu—and all this without a brain or nervous system. "Slime molds are redefining what you need to have to qualify as intelligent," Reid says.


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3ders.org - Turning your thoughts into actual 3D objects | 3D Printing news

3ders.org - Turning your thoughts into actual 3D objects | 3D Printing news | DigitAG& journal | Scoop.it
Bryan Salt of Thinker Thing in Santiago Chile took one step further: he is creating a software that allows the user to evolve 3d models with the power of thought.

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Nanotube Muscles Bench 50,000 Times Their Own Weight | MIT Technology Review

Nanotube Muscles Bench 50,000 Times Their Own Weight | MIT Technology Review | DigitAG& journal | Scoop.it
Carbon nanotube yarns powered by light or electricity can run motors, flip a catapult, and lift impressive amounts of weight.

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Engineering Extra Senses: Technology and the Human Body | PRI's The World

Engineering Extra Senses: Technology and the Human Body | PRI's The World | DigitAG& journal | Scoop.it
Sight, sound, touch, smell, taste. We interact with the world and navigate through it thanks to our senses. But what if we could add to that repertoire? A British scientist and a small group of enthusiasts are exploring ways to do just that.

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3ders.org - World’s first 3D liver printing from stem cells | 3D Printing news

3ders.org - World’s first 3D liver printing from stem cells | 3D Printing news | DigitAG& journal | Scoop.it
Researchers at Edinburgh’s Heriot-Watt University have developed valve-based cell-printing processes that are able to deliver cells in specific patterns.
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100,000 Stars

An interactive 3D visualization of the stellar neighborhood, including over 100,000 nearby stars. Created for the Google Chrome web browser.
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Digital Aristotle: Thoughts on the Future of Education

Some thoughts on teachers, students and the Future of Education I don't think this is sci-fi, but if you *do* want to read the sci-fi version of this, I reco...
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Timber Wave by AL_A and ARUP

Timber Wave by AL_A and ARUP | DigitAG& journal | Scoop.it
From Dezeen, http://vimeo.com/29102504 “London Design Festival 2011: In this movie by the American Hardwood Export Council, architect Amanda Levete of AL_A and London Design Festival director...

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IBM simulates 530 billon neurons, 100 trillion synapses on world’s fastest supercomputer | KurzweilAI

IBM simulates 530 billon neurons, 100 trillion synapses on world’s fastest supercomputer | KurzweilAI | DigitAG& journal | Scoop.it
A network of neurosynaptic cores derived from long-distance wiring in the monkey brain: Neuro-synaptic cores are locally clustered into brain-inspired regions,...
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Struct

STRUCT - Generative Realtime Audio-Visual Environment Visual: Eduard Haiman, Vadim Smakhtin | MATHRIOSHKA Sound: V4W.ENKO | SOUNDDESIGN FFSPACE vvvv…...

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Biogenic Design: intelligent design

Biogenic Design: intelligent design | DigitAG& journal | Scoop.it
These are examples from a series of works  featuring  purely biogenic designs, which explore the inherent creativity of, and which use nature, to directly generate textile designs.  Physarum polyce...
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Advancing the Future of Healthcare: frog’s Connected Care Solution

Advancing the Future of Healthcare: frog’s Connected Care Solution | DigitAG& journal | Scoop.it
As technology disrupts established healthcare systems and the traditional patient-provider dynamic, frog introduces a prototype Connected Care Solution (CCS) that seamlessly connects doctors and patients and supportive communities.
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MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab envisions a future of personal air transport (video)

MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab envisions a future of personal air transport (video) | DigitAG& journal | Scoop.it
More fun out of MIT's AI lab.Grad student Peng Yu happily showed off a couple of flying demos on our visit, controlling...
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School 2.0: teachers will be liberated from the classroom

School 2.0: teachers will be liberated from the classroom | DigitAG& journal | Scoop.it
Guest Post Somewhere, this year, a university hired its last tenured professor.
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Why Living Cells Are The Future Of Data Processing

Why Living Cells Are The Future Of Data Processing | DigitAG& journal | Scoop.it
Not all computers are made of silicon.By definition, a computer is anything that processes data, performs calculations, or uses so-called logic gates to...See it on Scoop.it, via Knowmads, Infocology of the future...
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3ders.org - At Organovo: Let's print a heart (video) | 3D Printing news

Scientists are taking the idea of 3D printing and catapulting it into the realms of something more suited to science fiction. One company, Organovo from San Diego in California are working with one of the world's first bio-printers: the NovoGen MMX.
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A sandstone block built from lego, blending real objects with 3d prints

Made for the "Make it real" challenge on Instructables, http://www.instructables.com/contest/makeitreal/?show=INFO...
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Camein.com » People-Powered Medical Devices?

Camein.com » People-Powered Medical Devices? | DigitAG& journal | Scoop.it

Medical devices seem to get smaller every year. Think of something as simple as a pacemaker or hearing aid. Like their bretheren PCs, these gadgets that help enhance and extend our lives continue to shrink.


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What Manufacturers Should Do to Build Secure Devices - http://bit.ly/19gsZUe
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The itsy bitsy device that is powered by your body.