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  • Hacking Darwin: Interview with Futurist Jamie Metzl
    by Cody Hanson on 6 Aprile 2020 at 20:22

    For those who may not know you and your background, how would you describe yourself and your place in the world right now? I’m a technology futurist and a geopolitical expert. Those two pieces are really important—now more than ever—because they go together. What we’re experiencing in the world is a governance crisis because we… The post Hacking Darwin: Interview with Futurist Jamie Metzl appeared first on Singularity University.

  • How a New AI Translated Brain Activity to Speech With 97 Percent Accuracy
    by Edd Gent on 6 Aprile 2020 at 14:00

    The idea of a machine that can decode your thoughts might sound creepy, but for thousands of people who have lost the ability to speak due to disease or disability it could be game-changing. Even for the able-bodied, being able to type out an email by just thinking or sending commands to your digital assistant

  • La libertà o la vita: il difficile equilibrio tra salute e diritti ai tempi del Coronavirus
    by Rosa Stella De Fazio on 6 Aprile 2020 at 12:41

    L’impatto dell’epidemia di Covid-19 è talmente esteso e profondo da coinvolgere ogni aspetto della vita degli italiani. Economia, diritti, politica sono coinvolti quanto il sistema sanitario, ed è importante considerare tutti questi aspetti in ottica sistemica per comprendere le dinamiche che stanno emergendo nei rapporti tra Stato e Regioni e tra Italia ed Europa.

  • Leadership during crisis: a free digital conference with Didier Marlier, Celine Schillinger and Gerd Leonhard, April 16 2020
    by Gerd Leonhard on 6 Aprile 2020 at 10:09

    Leadership during crisis: free digital conference with Celine Schillinger, Didier Marlier and Gerd Leonhard (TheFuturesAgency)

  • Lockdown must end very soon
    by idpearson on 5 Aprile 2020 at 17:36

    It seems inevitable that the government will soon announce an extension to lockdown, and that it will be made more severe. Most of us will have several more weeks of being confined to homes, probably only except for trips to … Continue reading →

  • News dal futuro – algoritmi imitative learning, test telescopio spaziale NASA, idrogeno verde, chip neuromorfici Intel, smaltimento plastica
    by Andrea Ferrante on 5 Aprile 2020 at 16:05

    Questa settimana nella rubrica di notizie sul futuro di The Future Of parliamo di:- Google usa algoritmi di imitative learning per insegnare il movimento a cani robot- la NASA testa il dispiegamento del telescopio spaziale James Webb – il Fraunhofer Institute progetta un impianto pilota di produzione industriale dell’idrogeno- Intel realizza processori neuromorfici potenti come il cervello di un piccolo mammifero- il problema dello smaltimento della plastica può aprire a nuovi modelli di consumoLink di riferimentoIdrogeno, la startup Hydromy: Considerate di supportare The Future Of grazie alla campagna di raccolta fondi su Patreon. Visitate il sito di The Future Of Entrate nella community, iscrivetevi al canale Telegram.

  • Ancient Animistic Beliefs Live on in Our Intimacy With Tech
    by Stephen Asma on 5 Aprile 2020 at 14:00

    When Alexa replied to my question about the weather by tacking on “Have a nice day,” I immediately shot back “You too,” and then stared into space, slightly embarrassed. I also found myself spontaneously shouting words of encouragement to “Robbie” my Roomba vacuum as I saw him passing down the hallway. And recently in Berkeley,

  • 12 bullets by Futurist Gerd Leonhard: essential Post-Corona Foresights
    by Gerd Leonhard on 4 Aprile 2020 at 16:44

    Last week, I wrote a fairly lengthy piece on The Great Transformation and what our world could look like, backcasting from late 2020. Many people have requested a shorter version, so here it is; slightly updated with some added angles. I hope you like it! Be sure to also visit my new PostCoronaFuture hub (daily

  • This Week’s Awesome Tech Stories From Around the Web (Through April 4)
    by Singularity Hub Staff on 4 Aprile 2020 at 14:00

    FUTURE We Need to Start Modeling Alternative Futures Andrew Marino | The Verge “‘I’m going to be the first person to tell you if you gave me all the data in the world and all the computers in the world, at this moment in time I cannot tell you what things are going to look

  • Great news from the coronavirus app
    by idpearson on 4 Aprile 2020 at 13:40

    NOTE: The first version of this article was based on the Daily Mail article: CORRECTION Looking at the video by the researchers, for which I’m grateful to Kate Brewer) to the link: it says that 25-30% of respondents … Continue reading →

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