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Mathematicians Explain Why Social Epidemics Spread Faster in Some Countries Than Others

Mathematicians Explain Why Social Epidemics Spread Faster in Some Countries Than Others | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
Psychologists have always puzzled over why people in Sweden were slower to start smoking and slower to stop. Now a group of mathematicians have worked out why.
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The Art of Data Visualization | PBS

Humans have a powerful capacity to process visual information, skills that date far back in our evolutionary lineage. And since the advent of science, we hav...

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Here's seven minutes celebrating the principles of great visualization.

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Interesante hasta sin el audio puesto. Fascina la diversidad de formas de visualizar los datos y representar la complejidad.

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What will the Internet look like in 100 years?

What will the Internet look like in 100 years? | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
The Internet is a strange and wonderful place, full of magic and mystery and videos of kittens doing cute kitten things. The digital world evolves so quickly, though — can you even imagine what the Internet will look like 100 years from now?
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Aaron Swartz's father: He'd be alive today if he was never arrested

Aaron Swartz's father: He'd be alive today if he was never arrested | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
Robert Swartz, the father of Reddit co-founder Aaron Swartz, said his son would be alive today if he were never arrested for hacking.
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Semisynthetic Protein Engineered for Long-Term Continuous Glucose Monitoring

Semisynthetic Protein Engineered for Long-Term Continuous Glucose Monitoring | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
Continuous glucose monitoring is still an imperfect technology, requiring patients to wear a sensor around their abdomens which has to be regularly replaced, and which can be improved in terms of maintaining accuracy over a longer period than a week.
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Your car is a giant computer - and it can be hacked

Your car is a giant computer - and it can be hacked | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
Imagine driving down the highway at 70 miles per hour, when suddenly the wheel turns hard right. You crash. And it was because someone hacked your car.
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Stanford Inventors Designs Safe Way to Transfer Energy to Medical Chips in The Body

Stanford Inventors Designs Safe Way to Transfer Energy to Medical Chips in The Body | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
A very interesting video was published by Stanford University in which inventors describe how they re-designed batteries not to be bigger than a grain of rice therefore medical devices implanted into the body could be much much smaller.
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Liquid Metal Used to Reconnect Severed Nerves

Liquid Metal Used to Reconnect Severed Nerves | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
Chinese biomedical engineers have used liquid metal to transmit electrical signals across the gap in severed sciatic nerves. The work raises the prospect of a new treatment for nerve injuries, they say.
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Surveillez la santé de bébé avec la toute première tétine connectée

Surveillez la santé de bébé avec la toute première tétine connectée | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
Les objets connectés envahissent de plus en plus notre quotidien… et celui de bébé !
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Culture / Solutions

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How Your Location Data Is Being Used To Predict The Events You Will Want To Attend

How Your Location Data Is Being Used To Predict The Events You Will Want To Attend | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
The next generation of recommendation engines will use your location data to suggest music festivals, sporting events and conferences you will want to attend.
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The new bionics that let us run, climb and dance

The new bionics that let us run, climb and dance | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
Hugh Herr is building the next generation of bionic limbs, robotic prosthetics inspired by nature's own designs. Herr lost both legs in a climbing accident 30 years ago; now, as the head of the MIT Media Lab’s Biomechatronics group, he shows his incredible technology in a talk that's both technical and deeply personal — with the help of ballroom dancer Adrianne Haslet-Davis, who lost her left leg in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, and performs again for the first time on the TED stage.

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TORAFU's Haunted Play House At The Museum Of Contemporary Art In Tokyo | Yatzer

TORAFU's Haunted Play House At The Museum Of Contemporary Art In Tokyo | Yatzer | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
Some projects are so engaging and fun that you wish you could be a child again. The Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo is staging a summer exhibition for children entitled GHOSTS, UNDERPANTS and STARS and Torafu Architects have created the most stunning and imaginative Haunted House ever.

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The futuristic sci-fi medical technology being used today

The futuristic sci-fi medical technology being used today | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
EXOSKELETONS helping the paralysed to walk, tiny maggot-inspired devices gnawing at brain tumours, machines working tirelessly as hospital helpers: in many respects, the future of medicine is already here.
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Major 3D Printed Organ Breakthrough: Vascular Networks Achieved

Major 3D Printed Organ Breakthrough: Vascular Networks Achieved | ExpDiM | Scoop.it

Bio-printing promises to change the way the medical community deals with organ failure. Every year hundreds of thousands of people die because they could not re


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Cosmic Journeys: 50 years of space exploratation

Cosmic Journeys: 50 years of space exploratation | ExpDiM | Scoop.it

Humans have traveled to the far corners of the solar system through the eyes of robotic explorers – spacecrafts, probes, and rovers that have sent back progressively more astonishing data and images. The colored lines illustrate nearly 200 unmanned missions since 1958: flybys, orbits, soft landings, and intentional crashes, as well as some of the failures. No human has left low Earth orbit since 1972, when Apollo 17 made the last of NASA's 9 manned missions to the moon. But odds are we will. A privately funded mission aims to have a man and a woman to circle Mars as early as 2018.


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Computing a Cure for HIV: 9 Ways Supercomputers Help Scientists Understand ... - Huffington Post

Computing a Cure for HIV: 9 Ways Supercomputers Help Scientists Understand ... - Huffington Post | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
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HIV/AIDS has caused an estimated 36 million deaths, according to the World Health Organization, and remains a major menace worldwide.
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Two Fantastic TEDx Talks about the Future of Education

Two Fantastic TEDx Talks about the Future of Education | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
Over the years I've had the opportunity to work with hundreds of talented educators from all corners of the world. Two in particular who have had a tremendous impact on my life and approach to education at TechChange are Dary
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Brain implant made man a Johnny Cash fan - Courier Mail

Brain implant made man a Johnny Cash fan - Courier Mail | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
Brain implant made man a Johnny Cash fan
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RESEARCHERS say they were left shocked after a man being treated for severe obsessive-compulsive disorder became a passionate Johnny Cash fan after having a stimulation device planted in his head.
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Stephen Hawking: 'Transcendence looks at the implications of artificial intelligence - but are we taking AI seriously enough?'

Stephen Hawking: 'Transcendence looks at the implications of artificial intelligence - but are we taking AI seriously enough?' | ExpDiM | Scoop.it

With the Hollywood blockbuster Transcendence playing in cinemas, with Johnny Depp and Morgan Freeman showcasing clashing visions for the future of humanity, it's tempting to dismiss the notion of highly intelligent machines as mere science fiction. But this would be a mistake, and potentially our worst mistake in history.

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Pierre Tran's curator insight, May 7, 8:20 AM

Stephen Hawking, prix Nobel de physique; met en garde contre l'attaque des robots qui pourrait être désastreuse pour l'humanité. L'intelligence artificielle pourrait le plus grand événement de l'histoire humaine, mais aussi le dernier. A moins que nous apprenions aux robots comment éviter ce risque.

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Watch in real-time as malware infects the entire planet

Watch in real-time as malware infects the entire planet | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
In what might be the most ingenious ad campaign for anti-virus software we've ever seen, Kaspersky Lab has put has put together a terrifying, interactive infographic of sorts calling attention to malware threats in real-time.
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Glioblastomas - a personalised future?

Glioblastomas - a personalised future? | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
Despite some recent advances treatment remains palliative
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East Asia is More “Transhumanist” than the USA & Europe - BrighterBrains.org

East Asia is More “Transhumanist” than the USA & Europe - BrighterBrains.org | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
Transhumanism is a “Western philosophy” - it’s roots can be traced to FM-2030 (born in Iran, but lived and taught in New York, Los Angeles, and Miami) and Max More (born in England, founded Extropy Institute in California, currently CEO of Alcor in Arizona). Transhumanism today is primarily identified with Humanity Plus, a nonprofit affiliated with two California groups - Singularity Institute and Foresight Institute, plus Utah’s Mormon Transhumanist Association.…

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Keys to Success: Startups with Unlikely Origins

Keys to Success: Startups with Unlikely Origins | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
In this edition of Keys to Success, we take a look at three very different startups: a provocative Los Angeles fashion retailer, an Icelandic gaming company and a computer forensics firm in Chicago.
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3D Printed Aorta Cells: Steps Forward

3D Printed Aorta Cells: Steps Forward | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
As 3D printing becomes mainstream worldwide, it is great to see steps forward in biotechnology as well. Recently, Turkish researchers were able to print out anatomically accurate aorta cells in 3D.
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