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Wearing Your Intelligence: How to Apply Artificial Intelligence in Wearables and IoT | WIRED

Wearing Your Intelligence: How to Apply Artificial Intelligence in Wearables and IoT | WIRED | Digital Business Technologies & Services : the next big thing | Scoop.it
Wearables and the Internet of Things (IoT) may give the impression that it’s all about the sensors, hardware, communication middleware, network and data but the real value (and company valuation) is in insights.

Via JP DOUMENG
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Victor Jimenez's curator insight, December 7, 2014 11:19 AM

Cyberpunk 2020: A role playing game (RPG), I enjoyed with friends in the early 1990’s, that explored the “what-ifs” related to a future world where technology was not just part of society, but was part of the human condition, part of the typical person’s body itself. What-if you could have a data chip in your head to apply memory and learn skills (think Neo from the matrix)? What if you could replace limbs and other body parts with machine parts that fit seamlessly with your own body and functioned better, faster, stronger? Then, the fun part of the game, what-if body implants (or replacements) were so commonplace that most everyone had one (or multiple)? How would society be different? How would life be different? How would the valuation on life or “human-ness” be different?

 

These are the typical science fiction fan musings and which led me to my fascination with Artificial Intelligence (AI). The possibilities of what-if are being applied here and talked about endlessly in the social spaces of today’s creative technology labs, universities, and of course online.

 

What-if, we get so good at making “smart” technologies that one day the pace of change and learning that the inventions can perform outpaces our own? You do not have to look far for good discussion on this topic. If, like me, you want more on the subject, I suggest your first stop to be referencing Ray Kurzweil. For a good list of publications by Mr. Kurzweil checkout: http://www.kurzweilai.net/books/books-by-ray-kurzweil

 

Wired Magazine’s article, Wearing Your Intelligence: How to Apply Artificial Intelligence in Wearables and IoT by Scott Amyx provides many ideas to start a creative mind thinking on the future of AI. Check it out for a solid foundation of terms, contrasting opinions by thought leaders, and applications of AI for our future. If you are like me, you will enjoy the read and perhaps also the reminder of the reasons why you became interested in science fiction in the first place.

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Comment faire face à la robotisation de l'emploi ?

Comment faire face à la robotisation de l'emploi ? | Digital Business Technologies & Services : the next big thing | Scoop.it
Dans l'Humanité Dimanche. Le développement de la robotisation va entraîner l’hécatombe des emplois. Même les plus qualifiés ne seront pas épargnés. Le risque majeur ? Un creusement des inégalités et le laminage d’une grande partie de la « classe moyenne ». Même les capitalistes s’interrogent : avec quels revenus ces salariés expropriés de leur travail pourront-ils vivre ? Comment l’économie va-t-elle fonctionner, si la consommation se dérobe ? Le conflit pour le partage des gains de productivité n’en deviendra que plus âpre.
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Un robot peluche testé auprès de personnes âgées

Un robot peluche testé auprès de personnes âgées | Digital Business Technologies & Services : the next big thing | Scoop.it
Paro est un robot, un petit phoque bourré d'intelligence artificielle. Depuis quelques jours, il est testé par deux établissements pour personnes âgées et dépendantes de la région parisienne.

Via Jean-Pierre Blanger
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L'INNOVATION ET LE NUMÉRIQUE PAR MICHEL SERRES | France Culture Plus

L'INNOVATION ET LE NUMÉRIQUE PAR MICHEL SERRES | France Culture Plus | Digital Business Technologies & Services : the next big thing | Scoop.it
La révolution numérique en cours a selon Michel Serres des effets au moins aussi considérables qu'en leur temps l'invention de l'écriture puis celle de l'imprimerie. Les notions de temps et d'espace en sont totalement transformées.

Via Vincent Gruyer, CECI Jean-François
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Gangoueus's curator insight, January 12, 2015 4:28 PM

Une invitation à relire Petite poucette de Michel Serres. Son propos est tout aussi intéressant que les réactions qu'il suscite. Une chose est certaine, nos sociétés se e-transforment...

Willem Kuypers's curator insight, April 20, 2015 12:57 AM

Plusieurs personnes disent que le numérique a sur notre monde le même impact que l'imprimerie, c-à-d. la fin d'une période de l'histoire.

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Wearing Your Intelligence: How to Apply Artificial Intelligence in Wearables and IoT | WIRED

Wearing Your Intelligence: How to Apply Artificial Intelligence in Wearables and IoT | WIRED | Digital Business Technologies & Services : the next big thing | Scoop.it
Wearables and the Internet of Things (IoT) may give the impression that it’s all about the sensors, hardware, communication middleware, network and data but the real value (and company valuation) is in insights.

Via JP DOUMENG
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Victor Jimenez's curator insight, December 7, 2014 11:19 AM

Cyberpunk 2020: A role playing game (RPG), I enjoyed with friends in the early 1990’s, that explored the “what-ifs” related to a future world where technology was not just part of society, but was part of the human condition, part of the typical person’s body itself. What-if you could have a data chip in your head to apply memory and learn skills (think Neo from the matrix)? What if you could replace limbs and other body parts with machine parts that fit seamlessly with your own body and functioned better, faster, stronger? Then, the fun part of the game, what-if body implants (or replacements) were so commonplace that most everyone had one (or multiple)? How would society be different? How would life be different? How would the valuation on life or “human-ness” be different?

 

These are the typical science fiction fan musings and which led me to my fascination with Artificial Intelligence (AI). The possibilities of what-if are being applied here and talked about endlessly in the social spaces of today’s creative technology labs, universities, and of course online.

 

What-if, we get so good at making “smart” technologies that one day the pace of change and learning that the inventions can perform outpaces our own? You do not have to look far for good discussion on this topic. If, like me, you want more on the subject, I suggest your first stop to be referencing Ray Kurzweil. For a good list of publications by Mr. Kurzweil checkout: http://www.kurzweilai.net/books/books-by-ray-kurzweil

 

Wired Magazine’s article, Wearing Your Intelligence: How to Apply Artificial Intelligence in Wearables and IoT by Scott Amyx provides many ideas to start a creative mind thinking on the future of AI. Check it out for a solid foundation of terms, contrasting opinions by thought leaders, and applications of AI for our future. If you are like me, you will enjoy the read and perhaps also the reminder of the reasons why you became interested in science fiction in the first place.