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The future belongs to Infocult

Ray Kurzweil offers this splendidly Infocult vision of the near future: We will be able to create avatars of people who have passed away from all of the information they have left behind (their emails and other documents, images, videos,...

Ray Kurzweil Predicts Our Phones Will Be As Smart As Us By 2020

by Angela Guess Writing for the Huffington Post, Vivek Wadhwa notes, “Ray Kurzweil made a startling prediction in 1999 that appears to be coming true: that by 2023 a $1,000 laptop would have the computing power and storage capacity of a human brain. Show More Summary

The Coming Problem of Our iPhones Being More Intelligent Than We Are

Ray Kurzweil made a startling prediction in 1999 that appears to be coming true: that by 2023 a $1,000 laptop would have the computing power and storage capacity of a human brain. He also predicted that Moore's law, which postulatesShow More Summary

The coming problem of smartphones being smarter than us

Ray Kurzweil made a startling prediction in 1999 that appears to be coming true: that by 2023 a $1,000 laptop would have the computing power and storage capacity of a human brain. He also predicted that Moore's Law, which postulates that the processing capability of a computer doubles every 18...

The Coming Problem of Our iPhones Being More Intelligent Than Us

Ray Kurzweil made a startling prediction in 1999 that appears to be coming true: that by 2023 a $1,000 laptop would have the computing power and storage capacity of a... read more

Innovations: The coming problem of our iPhones being more intelligent than us

Ray Kurzweil made a startling prediction in 1999 that appears to be coming true: that by 2023 a $1,000 laptop would have the computing power and storage capacity of a human brain.  He also predicted that Moore’s Law, which postulates...Show More Summary

Google Exec Takes 100 Pills a Day to Live Forever

last monthHealth / Addiction : The Fix

Futurist Ray Kurzweil hopes to bridge the gap between death and immortality with a variety of drugs.

SAE World Congress: Futurist predicts massive EV change with microscopic fuel cells

Futurist Ray Kurzweil talks about exponential change and the 'law of accelerating returns' at the 2015 SAE World Congress. Oh, and microscopic fuel cells. Continue reading SAE World Congress: Futurist predicts massive EV change withShow More Summary

Please Kill Me (Eventually)

“Meet the inventor who plans to live forever,” ran the headline of last Sunday’s “ Breakfast With the ?FT” column, in which Ray Kurzweil, who invented the flatbed scanner and the first text-to-speech systems, invited the Financial Times’s Caroline Daniel to breakfast in his San Francisco apartment. Show More Summary

This Drone Has Artificial Intelligence Modelled on Honey Bee Brains

Artificial intelligence aficionados such as Singularity-chasing Ray Kurzweil might be working on fusing together man and machine, but scientists in the UK have started on a smaller scale, with the goal of meshing together bee and drone. Launched...Show More Summary

This Award-Winning Scientist Wants to Cheat Death With His Diet

last monthHealth / Fitness : FitSugar

Proper nutrition can improve your quality of life and significantly decrease your risk of many common diseases, but brilliant and kooky futurist Ray Kurzweil is trying to take things one step further: he eats for immortality. Caroline...Show More Summary

Guess how much Google futurist Ray Kurzweil spends on food that will make him live forever?

Google's leading futurist, Ray Kurzweil, wants to live forever. And like Peter Thiel and other Silicon Valley titans who have taken up the age-old search for immortality, he thinks he can. Kurzweil is 67 now, but thanks to some unusual...Show More Summary

FASTER, PLEASE: New class of drugs dramatically increases healthy lifespan, mouse study suggests. …

FASTER, PLEASE: New class of drugs dramatically increases healthy lifespan, mouse study suggests. Huh. I used to take Quercetin as part of the “Longevity Pack” from Ray Kurzweil’s outfit. Maybe I should start thinking about taking it again. UPDATE: Ah, what the hell. I just ordered some.

Ray Kurzweil Predicts Some Fantastic Things Coming In The Next 25 Years

Ray Kurzweil has received 20 honorary doctorates, has been awarded honors from three presidents of the United States and has written 7 books (5 of which were national bestsellers). Ray is the principal inventor of technologies ranging from the CCD flatbed scanner to the first print-t0-speech reading machine for the blind. Show More Summary

Ray Kurzweil’s Mind-Boggling Predictions for the Next 25 Years

In my new book BOLD, one of the interviews that I’m most excited about is with my good friend Ray Kurzweil. Bill Gates calls Ray, “the best person I know... read more

Are You Listening Google, Facebook, Apple, Microsoft? Technology's Real Purpose and Promise

Moore's Law which was first espoused by Gordon Moore, co-founder of Intel, essentially and correctly predicted that technology speed and decreasing price would double every 18 months. Futurist, Ray Kurzweil in his 1999 book, The AgeShow More Summary

10 Promising Technologies Assisting the Future of Medicine

Ray Kurzweil says technology is improving at an exponential rate. Peter Thiel says technological innovations couldn’t live up to the expectations. There are plenty of philosophies and schools of thought, but regarding the future of medicine, only two things are certain. Technology will not solve the problems that healthcare faces globally today. And the human […]

Kurzweil: Solar Energy Will Be Unlimited And Free In 20 Years

What energy crisis? In less than 20 years, solar power will be so inexpensive and widespread that it will meet the entirety of the world's energy needs at virtually no cost, futurist Ray Kurzweil, told The Washington Post. At present, solar power accounts for a scant 0.23% of US energy consumption, and about 1% of energy consumption worldwide. Show More Summary

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