Not true, but ubiquitous computing will change delivery http://tinyurl.com/covzx8 # Eight characters per minute, with your mind. It will only get faster. http://tinyurl.com/co3msa # But can it heat up pizza in 0.000001s? http://home.slac.stanford.edu/pressreleases/2009/20090421.htm # Powered by Twitter Tools.
How many people are ready for this? http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5j1F1VEHktMpXSaXrLUgr4coIDfPg # Optical neural networks, cool! http://tinyurl.com/dkr2zp # AI musings http://tinyurl.com/czfdey this is a nice little article if you are curious. # Powered by Twitter Tools.
Power is key, we struggle with this http://web.mit.edu/newsoffice/2009/virus-battery-0402.html and new thinking is absolutely required # Maybe... http://technology.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/tech_and_web/gadgets_and_gaming/article6032128.ece but I am thinking nanotech first # Powered by Twitter Tools.
This will be common in 10 years. http://www.technology.am/honda-unveils-brain-interface-to-control-robot-by-thought-alone-032939.html # Cute. http://blog.wired.com/geekdad/2009/04/top-10-reason-1.html Though I think robot's will excel at every single one of these eventually # Self Aware Neural Agents? http://www.zampbioworld.org/bionews/index.php/2009/04/01/20713 What would it take to do emotions I wonder? # AI's combining incorrect info together to discover "new" physics. http://iuinfoi101.wordpress.com/2009/04/03/artifiicial-intelligence/ # Powered by Twitter Tools.
Ok, well not really the evolution of time in the sense that time is everwhere in the universe and is an innate feature of it. Instead this video shows the evolution of a clock. It is a very elegant representation of how a genetic algorithm can evolve surprising and different solutions to a problem. For anyone that doesn't really understand genetic algorithms this video can give you a feel for how they work. It is quite exciting to see a solution evolve from a simple program. This video actually comments on the long standing debate between creationism vs evolution. I do not wish to comment on that debate, I simply want to educate on the use of evolutionary algorithms. We can leave creationism vs evolution to those who enjoy the…
Experimenting with a twitter digest to my blog http://www.automatonsadrift.com # Good security video. Dave Marcus from Mcafee. http://searchsecurity.techtarget.com/video/0,297151,sid14_gci1352127,00.html?track=sy160# # Classic office prank. Very well executed. http://www.ireport.com/docs/DOC-238628 # I realized today that all the stupid little emails I was sending out, I should have been twittering. # Very cool VMware blog http://www.boche.net/blog/ # Powered by Twitter Tools.
Achieving a scientific discovery has been the sole domain of humans for quite some time. However, artificial intelligence is starting to catch up. Enter "Adam" an artificially intelligent robot with the tools to analyze biological data, formulate a novel hypothesis about that data, derive a set of tests to verify the hypothesis and then carry out those tests, and present conclusions from the data! Adam's repeated experiments resulted in the system identifying a few unknown genes in baker's yeast that work together to form an orphan enzyme, this relationship was not previously known and Adam independently identified it. Tools like this can allow human researchers to think at even higher levels, theorizing about broad spectrum experiments and leaving the systems to explore the frontier for them.