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Humans Are Heading Down A Path That Will Allow Us To Supercharge The Brain

Humans Are Heading Down A Path That Will Allow Us To Supercharge The Brain | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
A small jolt of electrical stimulation can boost memory and focus. What'll be possible once we can implant chips into the brain?
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Perú es elegido como mejor destino cultural, culinario y patrimonial de Sudamérica

Perú es elegido como mejor destino cultural, culinario y patrimonial de Sudamérica | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
Durante una ceremonia realizada Quito, también se premió a la ciudad de Lima como el mejor destino de estancia en Sudamérica y el JW Marriott de Lima fue reconocido como el mejor hotel de Sudamérica.
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9 Ways Google Is Changing The World

9 Ways Google Is Changing The World | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
Google has already changed the world considerably, but it's not standing still.
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IBM cracks open a new era of computing with brain-like chip

IBM cracks open a new era of computing with brain-like chip | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
Scientists at IBM Research have created by far the most advanced neuromorphic (brain-like) computer chip to date. The chip, called TrueNorth, consists of 1 million programmable neurons 256 million programmable synapses spread out across 4096 individual neurosynaptic cores. Built on Samsung's 28nm process and with a monstrous transistor count of 5.4 billion, this is one of the largest and most advanced computer chips ever made. Perhaps most importantly, though, TrueNorth is incredibly efficient: The chip consumes just 72 milliwatts at max load, which equates to around 400 billion synaptic operations per second per watt -- or about 176,000 times more efficient than a modern CPU running the same workload, or 769 times more efficient than other state-of-the-art neuromorphic approaches. Yes, IBM is now a big step closer to building a brain on a chip.

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Performance Management: We Won’t Fix the Problem by Ignoring It

Performance Management: We Won’t Fix the Problem by Ignoring It | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
When I ask business leaders in large companies what they want from performance management systems, the answer usually includes “identify the top performers in the company.” To meet this goal, a performance management system must provide some way...
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