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▶ Jeremy Rifkin on Singularity 1 on 1 - YouTube

Jeremy Rifkin is a social activist, economist, futurist and best-selling author of twenty books on the impact of scientific and technological changes on the economy, the workforce, society, and the environment. His books have been translated into more than thirty five languages and are being used in hundreds of universities, corporations and government agencies around the world.

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We Are Approaching The Economic Singularity - Business Insider

We Are Approaching The Economic Singularity - Business Insider | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it

But before we turn to the chapter, I want to note that this year for the first time we are not requiring Strategic Investment Conference attendees to be accredited investors. A change of venue that gives us a little more room and a shuffling of the speaking schedule allow us to open the event to everyone. If you are from outside the United States, you will not have as much trouble getting accepted into the conference as you may have encountered in the past. I am really excited about this change and hope that we have a significant contingent of non-US citizens at the conference. The speaker lineup is certainly international in breadth.




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Language, the original singularity

I had the massive pleasure of hanging out with Kevin KellyTim Oreilly and many others.

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Robots are now capable of learning new skills from each other, without human help

Robots are now capable of learning new skills from each other, without human help | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
We created them because we need them, but they may well come to realise that they do not need us.
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