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So, here we are in the middle of what I call “CES season.” The massive Consumer Electronics Show is the first big Las Vegas convention of the year, and the place where all the big brands unveil their new products or services (or their tweaks to the same old products/services). Much of this whole pre-CES period is essentially a debate about whether...
See on Scoop.it – thefuture Six years isn’t that long but the rapid pace of innovation means everything–from education to health care to the Internet itself–could look a lot different by then. How will technology change life by the end of the decade? That’s the subject of a new book, called Shift 2020, which explores the...
See on Scoop.it – thefuture Robosimian is a machine built for good–to respond in disaster situations. But you might not be happy to be rescued by a horrifying monkey robot. John Boitnott‘s insight: Oh save me Ape-Like robot! See on www.fastcoexist.com
See on Scoop.it – thefuture Scientist Ray Kurzweil claims humans could become immortal in as little as 20 years’ time through nanotechnology and an increased understanding of how the body works. See on www.telegraph.co.uk

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