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8 Things Collaborative Leaders Know

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Are you a collaborative leader? Collaborative leaders understand that organizations are networks of relationships and that relationships are the glue that holds them together. Anyone can be collabo...
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Best Practices for Social Video in 2017

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Best Practices for Social Video in 2017: https://t.co/SzdVScAWfn #socialvideo https://t.co/q8jKKreFeR
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KnowMade, patent, technology strategy, consulting, microelectronics, nanotechnology, biotechnology, life sciences, patent search, patent landscape, patent analysis, scientific landscape, state of t...

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RT @Yole_Dev: #Microfluidic #patent landscape: technologies have brought advantages in #diagnostic applications: https://t.co/Sq0BwysJfw by…
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IBM Is Rolling Out the World's First Universal 'Quantum Computing' Service

IBM Is Rolling Out the World's First Universal 'Quantum Computing' Service | Digital Knowmads | Scoop.it
We're all excited about the potential of quantum computers - devices that will harness strange quantum phenomena to perform calculations far more powerful than anything conventional computers can do today.

Unfortunately, we still don't have a tangible, large-scale quantum computer to freak out over just yet, but IBM is already preparing for a future when we do, by announcing that they're rolling out a universal 'quantum-computing' service later this year.

The service will be called IBM Q, and it will give people access to their early-stage quantum computer over the internet to use as they wish - for a fee.

The big elephant in the room is that, for now, IBM's quantum computer only runs on five qubits, so it's not much faster (if any faster) than a conventional computer.

But their technology is improving all the time. The company has announced it hopes to get to 50 qubits in the next few years, and in the meantime, it's building the online systems and software so that anyone in the world can access the full power of its quantum computer when it's ready. IBM Q is a crucial part of that.

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prgnewshawaii's curator insight, March 7, 11:23 PM

I'm looking forward to the first IBM-Q computer. The first model of this experimental quantum device should be ready by the end of this year.

Russell Roberts

Hawaii Intelligence Digest

https://hawaiiintelligencedigest.com

https://paper.li/f-1482109921

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IBM Is Rolling Out the World's First Universal 'Quantum Computing' Service

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Google rolls out free Data Studio globally, improves filters & other features

Google rolls out free Data Studio globally, improves filters & other features | Digital Knowmads | Scoop.it
Users can now save and reuse data filters, add Google Analytics segments and more.

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THE *OFFICIAL ANDREASCY*'s curator insight, March 8, 3:46 AM

Google has now rolled out the free version of Data Studio globally and made several improvements to the tool, including filters and analytics segments.

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The knowmads Daily

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A selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos recommended by Antonio Ruiz
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40 Best Free Mp3 Music Downloader Apps for Android

40 Best Free Mp3 Music Downloader Apps for Android | Digital Knowmads | Scoop.it
Looking for best mp3 music downloader apps for free music downloads?Here are 50 best free Mp3 music downloader apps for Android and IOS

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Amazon Echo and the internet of things that spy on you

Amazon Echo and the internet of things that spy on you | Digital Knowmads | Scoop.it
Amazon doesn't need to, but in a recent court case it makes a broad argument for the privacy of conversations with robots. Read on.

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THE *OFFICIAL ANDREASCY*'s curator insight, March 5, 11:36 AM

An upcoming court case could determine the sanctity of what is said between a person and a bot in a home.

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Spying IOT...

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What the numbers say about refugees

What the numbers say about refugees | Digital Knowmads | Scoop.it
The biggest concentrations of displaced people lie far from the spotlight.
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The number of refugees and migrants entering the European Union is low compared with the bloc’s population. Nations in Africa and Asia are absorbing many more. “The number of refugees in Europe is a classic example of perception versus reality,” says geographer Nikola Sander at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands.

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Interesting Facts on Digital Footprint and Reputation via Priyanka Gupta

Interesting Facts on Digital Footprint and Reputation via Priyanka Gupta | Digital Knowmads | Scoop.it
TRENDS Priyanka Gupta

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Ttoo2's curator insight, March 6, 10:40 AM
Librarians share this with students all the time!

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A digital footprint is a trail of data you create while using the Internet. In includes the websites you visit, emails you send, and information you submit to online services.  A "passive digital footprint" is a data trail you unintentionally leave online. Your digital reputation is directly related to the digital footprint you leave behind. The impact of both is huge as a positive digital reputation can help one a lot and also a negative will make you fall out on many things.
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Facebook 'is getting a dislike button'

Facebook 'is getting a dislike button' | Digital Knowmads | Scoop.it
Facebook is trialling a “dislike” button for the first time, in response to high demand from users.  The feature has been rolled out to a small number of people on the Messenger app, who now have the option to respond to individual messages. Facebook wants users to attach emojis to messages in a similar way to the “reactions” feature on the news feed. 

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Are We Ready for Cyborgs? The Tech Is on Its Way

Are We Ready for Cyborgs? The Tech Is on Its Way | Digital Knowmads | Scoop.it
Are we ready for cyborgs? More specifically, people with implants that enhance beyond the superficially cosmetic and into the realms of evolved beings?

Jorge Pelegrín-Borondo (Universidad de La Rioja), Eva Reinares-Lara (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos) and Cristina Olarte-Pascual (Universidad de La Rioja), in cooperation with Professor Kiyoshi Murata, from Meiji University in Tokyo, believe society is ready for this melding of (hu)man and machine.

The Spanish academics’ report "Assessing the acceptance of technological implants (the cyborg): Evidences and challenges" has just been released in the scientific journal Computers in Human Behavior. The report shows a significant proportion of those surveyed are comfortable with the coming cyborg modifications. The group are also collaborating with other academics across the world, including Professor Kiyoshi Murata, for a comparative cross-cultural study roundtable at the 2017 ETHICOMP conference this summer in Turin, Italy.

Quick background: There are already the accepted medical examples: Cochlear implants, pacemakers, cardioverter defibrillators, catheters and heart valves, as well as those that incorporate technology into the body through sensory prostheses: exoskeletons, neuroprostheses, and deep brain stimulation. Then there’s the underground biohacking and transhumanism movement, with Amal Graafstra and his double RFID implants as a notable exponent (you can see him in demo mode here).

Unsurprisingly, tech giants are also looking into the cyborg field, experimenting in the lab and registering intriguing patents: Motorola is investigating a neck implant to improve cellular reception and Nokia might be developing a tattoo that vibrates.

We spoke to the report’s three authors via email recently. In a series of conversations, they explained the theory behind the report, ethical and evolutionary implications of “insideables,” and whether they’d go under the knife to achieve cyborg elite status.

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prgnewshawaii's curator insight, March 4, 11:33 PM

Science Fiction is becoming Science Fact.  The weird stuff you saw in "Robo Cop", "Terminator", "I, Robot", and "Blade Runner" is on its way.  Augmenting the human mind and body with AI implants and machine intelligence will be a mixed blessing--largely dependent on who owns the rights, who programs the cyborg, and for what purpose the implants are intended.

Russell Roberts

Hawaii Intelligence Digest

https://hawaiiintelligencedigest.com

https://paper.li/f-1482109921

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Worldwide Cognitive Systems and Artificial Intelligence Revenues Forecast to Surge Past $47 Billion in 2020, According to New IDC Spending Guide

Worldwide Cognitive Systems and Artificial Intelligence Revenues Forecast to Surge Past $47 Billion in 2020, According to New IDC Spending Guide | Digital Knowmads | Scoop.it
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Blockbusters - | Knowmads

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Knowmads is an alternative business school in Amsterdam focused on making a positive change in the World!
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MyPermissions - Find out how many apps can access your personal info... Get ready for a surprise!

MyPermissions - Find out how many apps can access your personal info... Get ready for a surprise! | Digital Knowmads | Scoop.it
MyPermissions automatically scans your apps permissions and let’s you know when new apps access your personal information.
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30 Google Gravity Tricks That Will Amaze You

30 Google Gravity Tricks That Will Amaze You | Digital Knowmads | Scoop.it
Google is the most popular search engine today. You can check almost anything from Google. Here are 30 google gravity tricks that will amaze you.

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DeploraBall FAQs

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A Handy Tool to Easily Format Papers and Essays in MLA Style via Educators' Technology

A Handy Tool to Easily Format Papers and Essays in MLA Style via Educators' Technology | Digital Knowmads | Scoop.it
Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education

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NASA released a ton of software for free and here’s some you should try

NASA released a ton of software for free and here’s some you should try | Digital Knowmads | Scoop.it
NASA has just published its 2017-2018 software catalog, which lists the many apps, code libraries and tools that pretty much anyone can download and use. Of..
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5 of The Best Android Apps for Learning A New Language via @medkh9 

5 of The Best Android Apps for Learning A New Language via @medkh9  | Digital Knowmads | Scoop.it
Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education

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Sara McGuire's curator insight, March 13, 10:17 AM
These five applications are an easy way to spread foreign languages. This causes a diffusion which will make the language more popular and make it less possible for the language to become extinct.
Tori Sloan's curator insight, March 13, 12:57 PM
This article connects to what we're talking about in class by showing how people can learn different languages and how easy it is for people to learn them. My opinion on this is that these apps offer many opportunities to all different kinds of people.
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Human migration

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In today’s polarized political environment, public discussion about refugees and migrants has become heated and muddled. Nature examines the facts around migration and the increasing use of technology to monitor people’s mobility. And we talk to scientists about their experiences and concerns when moving between, and living and working in, other countries.

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Scientists Store A Computer OS, A Movie, And A Virus Inside DNA With 100% Accuracy

Scientists Store A Computer OS, A Movie, And A Virus Inside DNA With 100% Accuracy | Digital Knowmads | Scoop.it
esearchers are investing lots of effort into newer data storage techniques like DNA storage. Recently, a group of researchers discovered a way to fit the maximum amount of data in a DNA strand. They were able to read the data without any error. Interestingly, the six files stored on DNA included an operating system, a 1985 French film, a virus, etc.

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Are We Ready for Cyborgs? The Tech Is on Its Way

Are We Ready for Cyborgs? The Tech Is on Its Way | Digital Knowmads | Scoop.it
Are we ready for cyborgs? More specifically, people with implants that enhance beyond the superficially cosmetic and into the realms of evolved beings? Jorge Pelegrín-Borondo (Universidad de La Rioja), Eva Reinares-Lara (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos) and Cristina Olarte-Pascual (Universidad de La Rioja), in cooperation with Professor Kiyoshi Murata, from Meiji University in Tokyo, believe society …
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Scientists Want to Build a Super-Fast, Self-Replicating Computer That "Grows as It Computes"

Scientists Want to Build a Super-Fast, Self-Replicating Computer That "Grows as It Computes" | Digital Knowmads | Scoop.it
Scientists say it's possible to build a new type of self-replicating computer that replaces silicon chips with processors made from DNA molecules, and it would be faster than any other form of computer ever proposed - even quantum computers.

Called a nondeterministic universal Turing machine (NUTM), it's predicted that the technology could execute all possible algorithms at once by taking advantage of DNA's ability to replicate almost perfect copies of itself over billions of years.

The basic idea is that our current electronic computers are based on a finite number of silicon chips, and we're fast approaching the limit for how many we can actually fit in our machines.

To address this limitation, researchers are currently working on making quantum computers a reality - super-powerful devices that replace the bits of electronic computers with quantum-entangled particles called qubits.

Unlike regular bits that can only take on the form of 1 or 0 in the binary code, qubits can take the form of 0, 1, or a superposition of the two simultaneously, which allows them to perform many different calculations at once.

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prgnewshawaii's curator insight, March 4, 11:29 PM

The age of the quantum computer is fast approaching. The computer frontier will be breached when scientists replace  silicon chips with super fast processors made from DNA molocules.  Cyborgs and "Terminators" are just around the corner.

Russell Roberts

Hawaii Intelligence Digest

https://hawaiiintelligencedigest.com

https://paper.li/f-1482109921

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Self-Replicating Computer