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Top 10 Emerging Technologies For 2014

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Cool "emerging" technologies covered here cover trends across tech and manufacturing:

* Body-adapted Wearable Electronics.
* Nanostructured Carbon Composites.
* Mining Metals from Desalination Brine.
* Grid-scale Electricity Storage.
* Nanowire Lithium-ion Batteries.
* Screenless Display.
* Human Microbiome Therapeutics.
* RNA-based Therapeutics.
* Quantified Self (Predictive Analytics).

* Brain-computer Interfaces.

My favs are RNA-based Therapeutics (since this could help my dad's macular degeneration and Quantified Self (predictive analytics since they will change ecommerce as we've known and practiced it).

Promising "trend tags" here too for http://www.crowdfunde.com.

 

 


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The Future of 3D Printing - Gartner Blog Network

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One day with students excited about the future of 3D printing – and the role they will play in creating that future – was invigorating. Try it yourself – go to events hosted by your local colleges, high schools and maker groups.
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12 predictions for the future of programming - ITworld.com

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12 predictions for the future of programming
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Once the only way into a smartphone was to write code in the native language demanded by the manufacturer: Objective-C for the iPhone; Java for Android; C# for Microsoft.

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What does the world of programming have in store for us?

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Simon Hunanyan's curator insight, February 3, 7:00 PM

The subjective conjectures about future of programmingfor in the next 5 years

  1. GPUs will be the next CPUs
  2. Databases will perform increasingly sophisticated analysis
  3. JavaScript for everything
  4. Android on every device
  5. The Internet of things -- more platforms than ever
  6.  Open source will find new ways to squeeze us
  7. WordPress Web apps will abound
  8. Plug-ins will replace full-fledged programs
  9. Long live the command line
  10. Dumbing it down will fail
  11. Outsourcing and insourcing will remain deadlocked
  12. Management will continue to misunderstand coders and coding
Bruce Graham-Hill's curator insight, March 27, 11:12 PM

12 well thought out points with a bit of humour to it.  

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Top 10 Emerging Technologies For 2014

Top 10 Emerging Technologies For 2014 | Future Technologies: a look into the progress of IT trends in the near future. | Scoop.it

Marty Note
Cool "emerging" technologies covered here cover trends across tech and manufacturing:

* Body-adapted Wearable Electronics.
* Nanostructured Carbon Composites.
* Mining Metals from Desalination Brine.
* Grid-scale Electricity Storage.
* Nanowire Lithium-ion Batteries.
* Screenless Display.
* Human Microbiome Therapeutics.
* RNA-based Therapeutics.
* Quantified Self (Predictive Analytics).

* Brain-computer Interfaces.

My favs are RNA-based Therapeutics (since this could help my dad's macular degeneration and Quantified Self (predictive analytics since they will change ecommerce as we've known and practiced it).

Promising "trend tags" here too for http://www.crowdfunde.com.

 

 


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Cisco's Howard Charney: Here's what the Internet of the Future looks like - Silicon Valley Business Journal

Cisco's Howard Charney: Here's what the Internet of the Future looks like - Silicon Valley Business Journal | Future Technologies: a look into the progress of IT trends in the near future. | Scoop.it
The Web officially turned 25 this month, and it's changed a lot since it was first dreamed up by a small group of engineers like Bob Kahn and Vint Cerf.
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Giving us a look into the progression and potential the internet of today has.
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Kevin Kelly: How Linux Will Shape the Future of Technology - Linux.com (blog)

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Kevin Kelly: How Linux Will Shape the Future of Technology
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Just as no one could predict what the Internet would look like 20 years ago, we can't begin to imagine future technology.
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Kevin Kelly talks about the direction of technology and future Operating Systems and the role Linux may play in years to come.

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A Better Future: Sustainable Energy in Denmark

See the people of Denmark, united in their mission to reduce greenhouse gases by 40% in 2020, as they harness renewable energy resources such as wind power a...
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The people of Denmark lead by example by utilizing  energy producing technologies and super computers to track environmental conditions to aid in environmentally friendly devices such as wind turbines and solar power all powered by Intel to help achieve a better tomorrow.

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Rise of the Robots--The Future of Artificial Intelligence: Scientific American

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By 2050 robot "brains" based on computers that execute 100 trillion instructions per second will start rivaling human intelligence (Rise of the Robots--The Future of Artificial Intelligence http://t.co/apbbzoIxmP)...

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Ben Hendry's curator insight, March 15, 3:16 AM

Hans Moravec a chief scientist of Seegrid Corporation - a robotics company - believes that computer "intelligence" will continue to increase exponentially.


He hypothesises that "- by 2050 [computers] will be capable of executing trillions of instructions each second." His vision for such an increase in computing power is supported by Moore's Law which is the observation that, over the history of computing hardware, the number of transistors on integrated circuits doubles approximately every two years, which results in an increase in computational power.

 

This law has held true since the invention of the integrated circuit in 1958. If the "law" continues on that trend, not only will "smarter" machines begin to appear but the machines will become cheaper and more available. 

 

Increasing the number of instructions per second a computer can perform allows the machine to peruse data faster, forecast it more effectively, and ultimately react to it in a way which will benefit humans by providing more accurate models in real-time.

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Photonic Quantum Computers: A Brighter Future Than Ever - Science Daily (press release)

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Photonic Quantum Computers: A Brighter Future Than Ever Science Daily (press release) May 13, 2013 — Harnessing the unique features of the quantum world promises a dramatic speed-up in information processing as compared to the fastest classical...
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Date:May 13, 2013 Source:University of Vienna Summary:Harnessing the unique features of the quantum world promises a dramatic speed-up in information processing as compared to the fastest classical machines. Scientists have succeeded in prototyping a new and highly resource efficient model of a quantum computer -- the boson sampling computer.
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MadeSolid Is Creating Next-Gen 3D Printing Materials - TechCrunch

MadeSolid Is Creating Next-Gen 3D Printing Materials
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It seems like we can't go a week these days without hearing about some new startup making a new 3D printer that wants to be better and cheaper than everything else.

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How Graphene Might Change The World

Graphene is the most promising new material out there, likely to revolutionize the way we do or build almost anything. It's pure carbon, and totally amazing....
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Graphene is an amazing and game changing material when it comes to constructing anything this video looks into the potential graphene has in our near future. 

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The Future of Wearable Technology | Technology Blog

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The Future of Wearable Technology The Future of Wearable Technology As computing moves from our desktops to our phones, we look into the future to see how (The Future of Wearable Technology http://t.co/TzYcvjR77D)...

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Wearable technology has the potential to become more then just a slightly unfashionable novelty and really push us forward into the future.

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Ryan Pollard's curator insight, March 20, 11:51 PM

"Wearables" are gaining traction as the forefront of technology.

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27 February 2014: Human 2.0 - Technologies of Enhancement

27 February 2014: Human 2.0 - Technologies of Enhancement | Future Technologies: a look into the progress of IT trends in the near future. | Scoop.it
Since the turn of the 20th Century human enhancements and augmentations have been increasingly aestheticised and fetishised by medium of Science Fiction. But only in the last two decades are we beg...

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Human Enhancement has major theoretical aplications ranging from prosthetic limbs for disabled people to providing sensory and physical augmentations

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Next-gen computer tech

"They're in front of every office worker 9 hours a day, and miniaturized versions are always in our pockets: Computers and the microelectronics inside them a...
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A look into our current next gen computer tech and where the companies of today could take this amazing tool.

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Here Are The Top 10 Emerging Technologies For 2014

Here Are The Top 10 Emerging Technologies For 2014 | Future Technologies: a look into the progress of IT trends in the near future. | Scoop.it
From wearable electronics to brain-computer interfaces.

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Free Energy & The Future Of Nanotechnology

The future of Nanotechnology. Credit: http://www.youtube.com/user/AlienScientist http://www.ted.com/talks/justin_hall_tipping_freeing_energy_from_the_grid.ht...
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Scientists from Nanoholdings and the world's best universities work together using nanotechnology to vastly improve energy conservation and storage  as well as the ability to efficiently generate clean water all over the world in the near future.

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Future Technology - Watch your day in 2020

Future Technology - Watch your day in 2020.
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A look at the progress of display surfaces including innovations such as... 

1.     Photovoltaic Glass: (Highly efficient, Durable optically versatile glass much like high-tech transition lens for windows and wall surfaces)

 

2.     Large LCD Television Glass: (Large ultra-thin flameless design, Fully programmable)

 

3.     Architectural Display/Surface Glass: (Pristine completely electronics enabling programmable surface, Touch sensitive, Durable, Thermally durable, Moisture resistant)

 

4.     Appliance Veneer Glass: (Seamless, Complete  Electronics enabling, Durable, Smudge/Scratch resistant)

 

5.     Handheld Display Glass: (Ultra-thin portable communications device, Damage resistant, Touch sensitive, Electronics enabling)

 

6.     Automotive Display/Design Glass: (Stream lined design, Advanced functionality, Photosensitive, Durable)

 

7.     Large-Format Display Glass: (Weather Resistant Electro-optics Enabling, Optically adaptable, Damage resistant, Touch sensitive)

 

8.     Electronics-Ready Glass: (Pristine surface, Exceptional optical clarity, Interactive, Wireless Electronics enabling)

 

9.     Large-Pane Display/Information Glass: (High visual impact, Multifunctional, Interactive,

 

10.   Flexible/Portable Display Glass: (Ultra-thin, Reliable, Complete Electronic enabling, Flexible)

 

to make our lives easier, more connected and simpler for everyone.
 

 

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