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A newly developed technology that uses an inexpensive facial mapping method can recreate and replace faces of celebrities, but the technology may also have applications in creating digital avatars and mindclones.
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Futurist Vivek Wadhwa predicts change "at a scale which is unimaginable before," thanks to advances in technologies like robotics and 3D printing. "New trillion dollar industries will wipe out out existing trillion dollar industries," he says. "This is the future we’re headed into, for better or for worse."
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Tony Plant is a time based, environmental artist, photographer and surf creature whose imagination stretches to the far and hidden corners of the coastline.
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Many scientists and theoreticians are saying that the recent discovery of the Higgs Boson is like when electricity was discovered — we cannot comprehend the applications of the Higgs Boson. Just as no-one in the 1790's could have predicted the implications of electricity, humanity is once again at the forefront of a major realization in physics.
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Singularity's most famous personality Ray Kurzweil, spoke recently at the NY Tech meetup. Reiterating his common themes and ideas, he also delved into his upcoming book, "How to Create a Mind" and the power of dreaming.
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Jim O’Neill, Goldman Sachs' originator of the BRIC term, argues that fears of a China hard landing are misplaced and that the Chinese economy is more likely to see a “softer” landing. While it now looks as though Q2 real GDP growth will be weaker than Q1’s “disappointing” 8.1 pct, our proprietary leading indicators have turned upwards in the past couple of months. It is quite clear that Chinese financial conditions are starting to ease.
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The office a few years from now will in most ways physically resembles the office of today. People will still sit at desks and meet in conference rooms and get food from the cafeteria. There will be some new gadgets: more tablet computers, for example, and 3D printers capable of spot-manufacturing small three-dimensional objects. The big changes to the way we work will be in the gadgets - they will be as powerful as mainframes, allowing workers to do heavy computing work, like product design, on the go. Tiny sensors will monitor your movements and, based on the departments you visit, recommend potential co-workers to meet and work with.
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Most of the demonstrations of autonomous quadrotors, such as the famous University of Pennsylvania presentation at TED by Vijay Kumar, so far have been in controlled, indoor environments. The sFly project is working to make the amazing technology available for outdoor autonomous operations.
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