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Bryan: The next big thing may be artificial intelligence

Bryan: The next big thing may be artificial intelligence | Trends of Information Technology within the next 10 years | Scoop.it

It’s been two years since an IBM computer named Watson humbled humankind, or at least the part of it that takes quiz shows seriously, by beating two carbon-based Jeopardy champions at their own game.


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Artificial intelligence will one day outgrow humanity, but humanity must learn to accept it or else the next stage of development will be denied to us.

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5 amazing objects you can create with a 3D printer

5 amazing objects you can create with a 3D printer | Trends of Information Technology within the next 10 years | Scoop.it
3D printing is set to change the world – Thanks to the marvellously clever world of 3D printers, you can print just about anything.

Via Michael Dunham
Harun Hodzic's insight:

This article shows us that 3d printing will applicable in many areas, it would not be suprising if it became ubiquitous in modern society like the internet

 

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Corina Rodriguez's curator insight, March 22, 2013 7:51 AM

The article gives an insight on the possibilities of 3D printing now and in the near future. 

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Lockheed Martin Harnesses Quantum Technology

Lockheed Martin Harnesses Quantum Technology | Trends of Information Technology within the next 10 years | Scoop.it
Lockheed Martin will make commercial use of quantum computing, which could solve some business and science problems millions of times faster than can be done today. (Quantum computing is here!
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Quantum computing will without a doubt replace the classical computing due to the fact that it has no limits while the classical computing does.

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Monolayer mastery: Graphene and molybdenite combined to create flexible flash ... - ExtremeTech

Monolayer mastery: Graphene and molybdenite combined to create flexible flash ... - ExtremeTech | Trends of Information Technology within the next 10 years | Scoop.it
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Monolayer mastery: Graphene and molybdenite combined to create flexible flash ...
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Extreme strengh, cheap, easy, plentiful and variety of applications, what is there not to love about graphene? Without a doubt, it will be widely used in the future.

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Bryan: The next big thing may be artificial intelligence

Bryan: The next big thing may be artificial intelligence | Trends of Information Technology within the next 10 years | Scoop.it

It’s been two years since an IBM computer named Watson humbled humankind, or at least the part of it that takes quiz shows seriously, by beating two carbon-based Jeopardy champions at their own game.


Via LeapMind
Harun Hodzic's insight:

Artificial intelligence will one day outgrow humanity, but humanity must learn to accept it or else the next stage of development will be denied to us.

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3D Printer Cranks Out Exquisite Structures Smaller Than Dust Mites And Sets A New World Record

3D Printer Cranks Out Exquisite Structures Smaller Than Dust Mites And Sets A New World Record | Trends of Information Technology within the next 10 years | Scoop.it
Researchers from the Vienna University of Technology have refined a 3D printing technique to make incredibly small structures at record-breaking speeds.

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This shows that the things that could potentially limit 3d printing is very minimal

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Making Salt Water Drinkable Just Got 99 Percent Easier

Making Salt Water Drinkable Just Got 99 Percent Easier | Trends of Information Technology within the next 10 years | Scoop.it
Access to steady supplies of clean water is getting more and more difficult in the developing world, especially as demand skyrockets.
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Despite recency of the sudden interest in graphene, it has shown that finding applications for graphene is easy to find and utilize

 

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Quantum Computers Counting On Carbon Nanotubes - Science Daily (press release)

Quantum Computers Counting On Carbon Nanotubes - Science Daily (press release) | Trends of Information Technology within the next 10 years | Scoop.it
Quantum Computers Counting On Carbon Nanotubes
Science Daily (press release)
Mar. 21, 2013 — Carbon nanotubes can be used as quantum bits for quantum computers.
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Nanotubes are pretty similar to graphene in the case that it has many potential uses though it does have downsides such as being cancerous like asbestos if not properly handled.

 

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