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Google’s Ray Kurzweil predicts how the world will change

Google’s Ray Kurzweil predicts how the world will change | Disruptive Innovation | Scoop.it

Ray Kurzweil is sitting in an office in San Francisco’s tallest building overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge. Over 45 minutes, speaking rapidly in monotone sentences dense with facts and ideas, Google’s director of engineering has outlined a future for the world that would seem incredible, were it not that this man has a 30-year track record of making seemingly bonkers predictions that have proved to be accurate. Among other things, Kurzweil predicted that the internet would become central to our lives when it was still a niche and unreliable network in the Eighties...


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Pierre Tran's curator insight, January 21, 2014 1:57 PM

Les prédictions de Ray Kurzweil, jusqu'en 2040. L'apôtre de la singularité nous dévoile qu'en 2029, Google sera en mesure de créer un ordibateur capable de comprendre le langage naturel et les émotions humaines.

Marta Torán's curator insight, January 21, 2014 3:02 PM

Las predicciones de un ingeniero de Google que acostumbra a acertar.

 

Google del Cerebro - que entenderá las emociones y el lenguaje natural.

Coches autodirigidos

Un mundo sin obesidad

Detener el envejecimiento

Ropa que se imprime en casa

 

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Michael Ravensbergen's curator insight, January 21, 2014 4:22 PM

Stay forever young!!!

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Google Media Tools: a new intersection for newsgathering

Google Media Tools: a new intersection for newsgathering | Disruptive Innovation | Scoop.it

The New York Times used Google+ Hangouts to interview U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry about Syria’s chemical weapons. The Weather Channel used Google Earth to illustrate the damage of Superstorm Sandy through dramatic before and after satellite images and live YouTube video. And Svenska Dagbladet used the Google Maps API and crowdsourced information from readers to plot disparities in neighborhood mortgage rates, generating a meaningful debate in Sweden. 

These are just a few ways journalists around the world are already using the Internet and Google tools to report the news, visualize data and improve their storytelling capabilities. To continue helping journalists report the news in new and compelling ways, we’ve launched Google Media Tools, a centralized hub aimed at empowering journalists of all skill levels with more ways to connect with their audiences and communities.


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