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Dwave sells 512 qubit adiabatic quantum computer system for ten ...

Labels: adiabatic quantum computer, dwave, quantum annealing, quantum computers, qubits. Dwave sells 512 qubit adiabatic quantum computer system for ten million. Dwave has sold a Dwave Two 512 qubit system to ...
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Collective Intelligence 2014

This interdisciplinary conference seeks to bring together researchers from a variety of fields relevant to understanding and designing collective intelligence of many types.
Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
• human computation
• social computing
• crowdsourcing
• wisdom of crowds (e.g., prediction markets)
• group memory and extended cognition
• collective decision making and problem-solving
• participatory and deliberative democracy
• animal collective behavior
• organizational design
• public policy design (e.g., regulatory reform)
• ethics of collective intelligence (e.g., “digital sweatshops”)
• computational models of group search and optimization
• emergence and evolution of intelligence
• new technologies for making groups smarter

 

http://collective.mech.northwestern.edu


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COLLECTIVE INTELLIGENCE

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Data driven eugenics, Genetic Enhancement, computer cloud AI via ...

However, highly user friendly voice and very precise (Leap Motion) gesture control and Google Glass augmented reality displays could provide a sufficiently seamless two-way connection to our gadgets and computers.
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hologrphic world .multi universe

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The Great Ages of Humanity Past and Future

Development of nuclear fusion (dense plasma focus fusion, iec fusion, general fusion, helion energy and fusion propulsion and power generation by John Slough etc...) Factory mass produced ... The synthetic biology and DNA nanotechnology era ...
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High Energy high repetition Pulse lasers for space propulsion ...

Although a certain level of joule production from the laser pulses could produce high levels of fusion energy if the fused material produces a high level of energy gain (say 1000 times or 10000 times.) Then the number of pulses per second times the...
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Dwave sells 512 qubit adiabatic quantum computer system for ten ...

Labels: adiabatic quantum computer, dwave, quantum annealing, quantum computers, qubits. Dwave sells 512 qubit adiabatic quantum computer system for ten million. Dwave has sold a Dwave Two 512 qubit system to ...
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Protein Complex Formation: Computational Clarification of the Sequential versus Probabilistic Recruitment Puzzle

Protein Complex Formation: Computational Clarification of the Sequential versus Probabilistic Recruitment Puzzle | TECHNOLOGY=SCIENCE=CREATIVITY | Scoop.it

Our current view on how protein complexes assemble and disassemble at promoter sites is based on experimental data. For instance this data is provided by biochemical methods (e.g. ChIP-on-chip assays) or GFP-based assays. These two approaches suggest very different characteristics for protein recruitment processes that regulate and initiate gene transcription. Biochemical methods suggest a strictly ordered and consecutive protein recruitment while GFP-based assays draw a picture much closer to chaotic or stochastic recruitment. To understand the reason for these conflicting results, we design a generalized recruitment model (GRM) that allows to simulate all possible scenarios between strictly sequential recruitment and completely probabilistic recruitment. With this model we show that probabilistic, transient binding events that are visible in GFP experiments can not be detected by ChIP experiments. We demonstrate that sequential recruitment processes and probabilistic recruitment processes that contain “shortcuts” exhibit periodic dynamics and are hard to distinguish with standard ChIP measurements. Therefore we propose a simple experimental method that can be used to discriminate sequential from probabilistic recruitment processes. We discuss the limitations of this method.


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Major Players in the MOOC Universe - The Digital Campus 2013 - The Chronicle of Higher Education

Major Players in the MOOC Universe - The Digital Campus 2013 - The Chronicle of Higher Education | TECHNOLOGY=SCIENCE=CREATIVITY | Scoop.it
Explore connections among the major players.

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GREAT DIGITAL DELIVERY

 

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academiPad's curator insight, May 2, 2013 10:10 AM

A brief intro into the MOOC universe: Who backs what?

davidgibson's curator insight, May 2, 2013 4:44 PM

Remarkable how this subsector has taken off! Does anyone have a link to a critique and categorization?

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Loving the disruption. Higher Ed is starting to quaver.

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Berkeley Lab Researchers Use Metamaterials to Observe Giant ...

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Researchers with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)'s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) have once again demonstrated the incredible capabilities of metamaterials – artificial nanoconstructs whose optical properties ...
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$100-million quantum computing fund established in Canada

BlackBerry co-founders Mike Lazaridis and Doug Fregin say they have established a $100-million fund for the development and commercialization of quantum computing. They say the new Quantum Valley Investments fund ...
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blackberry founders  vision in canada .

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All-optical switching promises terahertz-speed hard drive and RAM ...

Tweet Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory, Iowa State University, and the University of Crete in Greece have found a new way to switch magnetism that is at least 1000 times faster than currently used in magnetic ...
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DNA used to create nanoscale patterns of graphene and could ...

Complex DNA nanostructures with precisely prescribed shapes are constructed using short synthetic DNA strands called single-stranded tiles. Each of these ...
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