Les Post-Sapiens sont le résultat de formes émergentes se dégageant petit à petit des multiples avatars que l'homme adopte de nos jours, du fait notamment de l'influence qu'exerce sur son évolution les nouvelles sciences et technologies.
Depuis la naissance du système solaire il y a 4,5 milliards d’années, des mutations de tous ordres se sont enchaînées, sans jamais s’arrêter. Nous ne sommes pourtant qu’à la moitié de notre histoire, l’implosion du soleil étant prévue dans 4 milliards d’années. À quoi ressemblerons-nous d’ici là ? A un homme « augmenté » ou « réparable à l’infini »? À quelles nouvelles mutations devons-nous nous attendre ? Quels problèmes cela pose-t-il en terme de droit et d’éthique ? Comment allons-nous nous adapter au changement climatique et à la crise des énergies fossiles ? Quel habitat, quelle nourriture seront à notre disposition ? Quelle agriculture et quel modèle économique peut-on envisager ? Serons-nous obligés de vivre sur d’autres planètes ? Les Post-Sapiens sont le résultat de formes émergentes se dégageant petit à petit des multiples avatars que l’homme adopte de nos jours, du fait notamment de l’influence qu’exerce sur son évolution les nouvelles sciences et technologies.
It’s in the air. It’s in the news.Our struggling economy. Our struggling democracy. The income gap. Technology and artificial intelligence. At first glance, these things might not seem connected, but upon closer inspection, I find they’re all part of one impulse, and together they create the web of humanity—and our future.
Scientists at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden have built a fully functional neuron by using organic bioelectronics. This artificial neuron contain no "living" parts, but is capable of mimicking the function of a human nerve cell and communicate in the same way as our own neurons do. Neurons communicate with chemical signals called neurotransmitters. Incoming chemical signals are converted to electrical signals that travel along the neuron and eventually converted back to chemical signals and sen
Some of the biggest players in Artificial Intelligence (AI) have joined together calling for any research to focus on the benefits we can reap from AI “while avoiding potential pitfalls”. Research into…
The pipe dream of speedy quantum computers may be a bit closer to reality.For the first time, physicists have coaxed a quantum bit of information to maintain its superposed state, in which quantum bits stay as both a 1 and a 0 at the same time, for 39 minutes at room temperature, at least 10 times longer than previously reported.
Algorithms increasingly guide our daily life: Google’s ranking algorithm pretty much decides which pages we visit, and therefore which information we access; Amazon’s algorithm influences which books we read; dating algorithms decide your sexual life and possibly your marriage; the smartphone’s navigation algorithm decides which streets we take; Yelp’s algorithm decides where we eat (and it is a simple average!)
On the surface this seems a very existential question but in truth there is a simple and elegant answer; that is to say intelligence, and like unto it knowledge, are the most important things in existence. But you might ask why? Why is intelligence and knowledge so important as to be the most important thing in existence?
It’s now been over three decades since cyberpunk first exploded, and in that time we’ve seen gorgeous movies, read fascinating books, and seen dozens of offshoots like steampunk (and my new favorite, deco punk) develop. Here are the 21 cyberpunk books you absolutely must read.
Earlier this month I tweeted "When people write about AI like it's this brand new thing, should I be amused, feel old, or both?" The tweet linked to a recent Harvard Business Review article called Data Scientists Don't Scale about the things that Artificial Intelligence is currently doing, which just happened to be the things that the author of the article's automated prose-generation company is doing.
In all likelihood, you probably have never opened your browser and searched for illegal drugs or guns, but that doesn't mean they aren't for sale online. When you type something into a search engine,... read more
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