The last several years have marked the rise of the Internet of Things and Big Data. These trends enabled individuals to gain unprecedented insights into their own daily behaviors through self-quantification technologies, ultimately empowering them to make healthier daily decisions. But self-quantification technologies won't only allow us to control our waistlines-they're also poised to help...
I've noticed how the number of people here gets higher every day anyone else?
Today we enjoy basic conversations with our smart phone, desktop PC, games console, TV and soon, our car; but voice recognition, many believe, should not be viewed as an endgame technology. Although directing electronics with voice and gestures may be considered state-of-the-art today, we will soon be controlling entertainment and communications equipment not by talking or waving; but just by thinking!
So can we all [contact Netflix](https://help.netflix.com/help) and ask them to at least send a message out the week before? I think having Netflix...
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Would you believe that the most exciting, future-busting technology of 2014 was a system created more than a decade ago, scarcely improved upon since, and only deployed at the end of the past year? Oh, and did we mention that it didn't end up working very well?
From Allende's Chilean Experiment to the future of cybernetic economics. Dr. Paul Cockshott, Computer Scientist at University of Glasgow will give us insights into the potential for cybernetic economics based on his research in computer planning. Talk held in Unite Hall, Middle Abbey Street, Dublin at 7.30pm on November 18th 2014.
On the very first episode of Talking Machines we meet our hosts Katherine Gorman and Ryan Adams and get a preview of what we'll be hearing in the upcoming season. We hear snippets of conversations from Hanna Wallach, Kevin Murphy, and Max Welling.
We found these cool futuristic jets on Michal Jelinek portfolio, even though they are only conceptual project, they could inspire you to design your next superhero sci-fi aircraft. The "Machines of Adventure" is a graphics/design/art book series that aggregates all my love and passion to technology, industrial design and transportation of all kinds.
Its fashion calls might have been wrong - most people aren't wearing weird silver hats or coats with what look like black post-it notes on. However, the tech predictions were mostly right - with some exceptions. But Doc, Marty and Jennifer arrived on October 21st, 2015.
IN THE early 20th century Henry Ford combined moving assembly lines with mass labour to make building cars much cheaper and quicker-thus turning the automobile from a rich man's toy into transport for the masses.
3D Printers are likely to become one of the greatest inventions ever because in the future anybody will be able to print anything from molecular level up to large structures. This technology one day will be of great benefit for designing body parts, to create improvements to evolutionary imperfections, damaged organs and limbs.
http://2045.com http://gf2045.com In February of 2012 the first Global Future 2045 Congress was held in Moscow. There, over 50 world leading scientists from multiple disciplines met to develop a strategy for the future development of humankind.
Imagine the following scenario: In a few decades, humanoid robots (like bigger version of helper bots that are appearing now) are considered a common thing in our lives. One day, one of these bots is found waiting in line, trying to vote. How would everyone react ? * /r/Futurology
This really is a question that makes me think, and I'd like to have your opinion.