“Our earth is becoming too small for us, global population is increasing at an alarming rate and we are in danger of self-destructing… I would not be optimistic about the long-term outlook for our species.”
Plants perceive the world without eyes, ears or brains. Understanding how can teach us a lot about them, and potentially a lot about us as well
For those of us fortunate enough to come together at Davos this year, the Fourth Industrial Revolution promises gains in scientific knowledge, human health, economic growth and more. But for most people around the world, the prospect of a future in which robots and computers can perform many human jobs is a source of profound personal concern.
In order helping everyone prepare facing an extreme future. I find helpful documents from World Economic Forum. It provides overall the future risk of global. My wish is Human being will look back their action in the past and fix it in the present to be better present, better future and better world for themselves... Continue Reading →
For decades, it has been portrayed by various science fiction authors, futurists and movie makers that the advent of Artificial Intelligence (AI) will bring changes as we have never seen before
“Who are you?” may well be the world’s most frequently asked question. On a website, in a nightclub, at an airport, or in front of a bank counter, everyone wants us to prove that we are who we say we are.
A photograph of D-Wave's 1000+ qubit computer chip under development. CfA scientists and their colleagues have proposed a new way to use photons of light instead of silicon chips as qubits, opening the door to new technologies
Capitalism focus on science, technology and knowledge but any innovation based on benefit of humanity without greedy and harmful for other beings is the way to make the world stable, happiness and equality.
Promoting individual happiness as our utmost ethos is self-defeating, as deeply divided societies turn unstable and unhappy
TEPIC, Mexico, Sept 4 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) Juicy lab-grown steaks and burgers made of plant-based meat could soon be tempting hardened carnivores scanning restaurant menus in the world's biggest cities, as food producers explore fresh ways to feed booming populations. With people pouring into cities across the developing world, rocketing demand for meat and dairy products... Continue Reading →
Technology is changing the way we work, providing unique challenges for both employers gauging prospective talent and for employees ensuring their rights and proper working conditions. Through a series of projects in the Stanford Cyber Initiative, Stanford researchers in the program’s Future of Work focus area are investigating how best to develop online work platforms and... Continue Reading →