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Chapter 4: Information Technology

Chapter 4: Information Technology | leapmind | Scoop.it
Now that we have a solid understanding of the exponential function, we can begin to look at things from a more informed perspective.
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Medical Xpress: Metastasis stem cells in the blood of breast cancer patients discovered

Medical Xpress: Metastasis stem cells in the blood of breast cancer patients discovered | leapmind | Scoop.it
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Roboticists discover the secret of insect flight, and it's not wings

Roboticists discover the secret of insect flight, and it's not wings | leapmind | Scoop.it
When it comes to insect flight, we usually only think about how the insect's wings contribute to aerial stability.
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Productivity, job growth de-coupled | Deseret News

Productivity, job growth de-coupled | Deseret News | leapmind | Scoop.it
The link between rising productivity, growing jobs and higher living standards has de-coupled, according to MIT Center for Digital Business professors Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee's new book, "...
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FSQ#3: Brain Interfaces to Futurism

Uploading, cryonics, AI, nanotechnology, landless states, aquaponics, and being a futurist! I talk about all of these topics and more in this latest edition ...
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Do You Know Your Genes? A Must-Read, for Your Longevity - ImmortalLife.net

Do You Know Your Genes? A Must-Read, for Your Longevity - ImmortalLife.net | leapmind | Scoop.it
Knowing what kind of genes are involved in the main biological processes is much more relevant to your life than which car is faster, Porsche or Jaguar. And I’m not talking about dangerous driving here.
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Disputed signs of consciousness seen in babies’ brains | Psychology | Science News

Disputed signs of consciousness seen in babies’ brains | Psychology | Science News | leapmind | Scoop.it
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WATCH: Will We Bond With Bots?

WATCH: Will We Bond With Bots? | leapmind | Scoop.it
We often think of robots as merely assembly-line tools meant for physical labor. But they're capable of much more than that: like companionship, and even love.
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Bioengineers Build Open Source Language for Programming Cells | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com

Bioengineers Build Open Source Language for Programming Cells | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com | leapmind | Scoop.it
Drew Endy wants to build a programming language for the body.
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9 Materials That Will Change the Future of Manufacturing [Slide Show]: Scientific American

9 Materials That Will Change the Future of Manufacturing [Slide Show]: Scientific American | leapmind | Scoop.it
Researchers are developing cutting-edge foams, coatings, metals and other substances to make our homes, vehicles and gadgets more energy efficient and environmentally friendly
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AMAZING: Local Scientists Turn Cells Into Living Computers

AMAZING: Local Scientists Turn Cells Into Living Computers | leapmind | Scoop.it
Researchers at Stanford University announced this week that they've created genetic receptors that can act as a sort of "biological computer," potentially revolutionizing how diseases are treated.
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MmIBM solar collector will concentrate the power of 2,000 suns, keep its cool

MmIBM solar collector will concentrate the power of 2,000 suns, keep its cool | leapmind | Scoop.it
Modern solar collectors can concentrate only so much energy for safety's sake: too much in one place and they risk cooking themselves. An IBM-led group
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Why Your Next Phone Will Include Fingerprint, Facial, And Voice Recognition

Why Your Next Phone Will Include Fingerprint, Facial, And Voice Recognition | leapmind | Scoop.it
Though consumers have demanded a better way to secure their phones besides passwords, they may have had the answer all along without even knowing it: their body parts.
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Will the droids take academic jobs?

Will the droids take academic jobs? | leapmind | Scoop.it
As a researcher, one of the biggest challenges I face is keeping up with the scientific literature. This is further exasperated by working in several disciplines, and without a more senior advisor ...
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Reno J. Tibke's comment, April 21, 2013 11:00 PM
We are indeed rapidly becoming RAM... which might not be such a bad thing. The recent application of Watson to medical diagnoses - if we all, in whatever field, had such always-learning & growing data resources. In addition to all the obvious benefits, would it not also have a certain access-to-info leveling effect?
Reno J. Tibke's comment, April 21, 2013 11:01 PM
One is glad that AI isn't making strides in technological smartassery, or Anthrobotic.com would be finished.
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Google Glass gets a sleeker, Japanese competitor

Google Glass gets a sleeker, Japanese competitor | leapmind | Scoop.it
A group of Japan-based companies have come up with a device that could very well offer a good deal of competition to Google Glass.
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Rethink Robotics: Baxter Intro

Meet Baxter, a revolutionary new category of Robot from Rethink Robotics that is capable of applying common sense behavior to manufacturing environments. Aff...
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33rd Square: DARPA Looks To New Form Of Computation That Mimics The Human Brain

33rd Square: DARPA Looks To New Form Of Computation That Mimics The Human Brain | leapmind | Scoop.it
DARPA's Physical Intelligence program represents a potential major advance in artificial intelligence research, as the “physical intelligence” device would not require computer programming or the use of human controllers to provide directions, as...
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