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Can anything be done about Parkinson’s Disease?

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The cause of Parkinson’s Disease is the loss of neurons in a particular region of the mid-brain where nerve signals are translated into chemical signals. 22 more words

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Notable Paper: The Formal Darwinism Project

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Our new pick for a “notable” paper is “The formal darwinism project in outline” by Alan Grafen, published in Biology and Philosophy on 25 January 2014. 20 more words

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It’s No Myth: Robots and Artificial Intelligence Will Erase Jobs in Nearly Every Industry

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With the unemployment rate falling to 5.3 percent, the lowest in seven years, policy makers are heaving a sigh of relief. Indeed, with the technology boom in progress, there is… 32 more words

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Is Effective Regulation of AI Possible? Eight Potential Regulatory Problems

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The halcyon days of the mid-20th century, when researchers at the (in?)famous Dartmouth summer school on AI dreamed of creating the first intelligent machine, seem so far away. 61 more words

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Google’s Director Of Engineering says our brains will be connected to the cloud in 2035

http://ift.tt/eA8V8J According to Ray Kurzweil, Director of Engineering at Google, by 2030 we’ll have “billions of blood cell sized computers in our bloodstream, keeping us healthy, augmenting our immune system, going into the brain and putting it onto the cloud.” He explains that humanity will use technology to attain immortality over the next 30 years. 7 more words

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Google Chief Engineer explains tech exponential growth

http://ift.tt/eA8V8J Google’s Chief Engineer Ray Kurzweil has had extensive impact on the technological world and is Google’s resident of  “out there” advancements and projects. Kurzweil explains that technology grows exponentially. 33 more words

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