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The Singularity

Technological singularity refers to the hypothetical future emergence of greater-than human intelligence through technological means. Since the capabilities of such an intelligence would be difficult for an unaided human mind to comprehend, the occurrence of technological singularity is seen as an intellectual event horizon, beyond which the future becomes difficult to understand or predict. Nevertheless, proponents of the singularity typically anticipate such an event to precede an "intelligence explosion", wherein superintelligences design successive generations of increasingly powerful minds. The term was coined by science fiction writer Vernor Vinge, who argues that artificial intelligence, human biological enhancement or brain-computer interfaces could be possible causes for the singularity. The concept is popularized by futurists like Ray Kurzweil and widely expected by proponents to occur in the early to mid twenty first century. (source Wikipedia)

Coming soon! There is even already a Singularity-University in the United States funded by the largest group Hight-Tech World with Google.

Singularity-Pass aims to offer a 'Pass' to our future, to guide you during this acceleration to come and help you get the latest developments.

French part of Singularity-Pass is more advenced, you can see here.

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The O’Reilly Artificial Intelligence Conference
4/29/2017 3:39:52 AM Kurzweil c
Learn to put AI to work at the O’Reilly Artificial Intelligence Conference Underneath all the hype, real breakthroughs in AI are happening, transforming how we do business. Intelligence engineers and developers are creating software that doesn’t just do what it’s told, but has the ability to anticipate the needs of its users and customers through [...]

Applied Artificial Intelligence Conference 2017
4/29/2017 3:38:05 AM Kurzweil c
Discover the latest innovation and the positive impact of Artificial Intelligence technologies. The Applied AI Conference is a must-attend event for people who are working, researching, building, and investing in Applied Artificial Intelligence technologies and products. The event is focused on practical applications and current commercialization of AI technologies across industries such as Transportation & [...]

The AI Conference
4/29/2017 3:37:21 AM Kurzweil c
The Artificial Intelligence Conference is an annual event where leading AI researchers and top industry practitioners meet and collaborate. Produced by the creators of MLconf, The Machine Learning Conference. The AI conference will focus on emerging technology in Artificial Intelligence with a specific focus around projects, teams and people who are working on Artificial General Intelligence and related [...]

AI and Machine Learning World 2017
4/29/2017 3:35:58 AM Kurzweil c
More than just a conference, you can also benefit from some brilliant features to maximise your time out of the office AI & Machine Learning World will be your opportunity to discuss, network and understand how Artificial Intelligence is fundamentally changing the Enterprise ecosystem. It will be assessing what intelligent machines means for the future [...]

The Science of Consciousness Conference Series — TSC 2017 SAN DIEGO
4/29/2017 3:33:51 AM Kurzweil c
The Science of Consciousness (TSC) is the world’s largest and longest-running interdisciplinary conference on all aspects of the nature of conscious experience, awareness, feelings and existence. Questions include how the brain produces consciousness, whether consciousness is intrinsic to the universe, or an epiphenomenal illusion, how consciousness can causally affect brain processes, what are the best [...]

New artificial photosynthesis process converts CO2 in air to fuel
4/29/2017 3:29:17 AM Kurzweil c
A University of Central Florida (UCF) chemistry professor has invented a revolutionary way to remove carbon dioxide (CO2) from air by triggering artificial photosynthesis in a synthetic material — breaking down carbon dioxide while also producing fuel for energy. UCF Assistant Professor Fernando Uribe-Romo and his students used a synthetic material called a metal–organic framework (MOF), [...]

In a neurotechnology future, human-rights laws will need to be revisited
4/28/2017 9:23:24 AM Kurzweil c
New human rights laws to prepare for rapid current advances in neurotechnology that may put “freedom of mind” at risk have been proposed in the open access journal Life Sciences, Society and Policy. Four new human rights laws could emerge in the near future to protect against exploitation and loss of privacy, the authors of the [...]

AI will upload and access our memories, predicts Siri co-inventor
4/27/2017 5:16:01 AM Kurzweil c
Instead of replacing humans with robots, artificial intelligence should be used more for augmenting human memory and other human weaknesses, Apple Inc. executive Tom Gruber suggested at the TED 2017 conference yesterday (April 25, 2017). Thanks to the internet and our smartphones, much of our  personal data is already being captured, notes Gruber, who was [...]

The Human To Mars Summit 2017
4/26/2017 3:34:23 PM Kurzweil c
The Humans to Mars Summit (H2M) will be held from May 9-11, 2017 at The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. Register today at H2M is an annual Mars exploration conference that addresses the major technical, scientific, and policy challenges that need to be overcome in order to send humans to Mars by the 2030s. It is [...]

Quadriplegia patient uses brain-computer interface to move his arm by just thinking
4/26/2017 9:40:04 AM Kurzweil c
A research team led by Case Western Reserve University has developed the first implanted brain-recording and muscle-stimulating system to restore arm and hand movements for quadriplegic patients.* In a proof-of-concept experiment, the system included a brain-computer interface with recording electrodes implanted under his skull and a functional electrical stimulation (FES) system that activated his arm [...]

The first 2D microprocessor — based on a layer of just 3 atoms
4/25/2017 4:51:06 AM Kurzweil c
Researchers at Vienna University of Technology (known as TU Wien) in Vienna, Austria, have developed the world’s first two-dimensional microprocessor — the most complex 2D circuitry so far. Microprocessors based on atomically thin 2D materials promise to one day replace traditional microprocessors as well as open up new applications in flexible electronics. Consisting of 115 [...]

Who can save Humanity from Superintelligence?
4/24/2017 8:56:12 PM Kurzweil c
In this presentation, Tony Czarnecki, Managing Partner of Sustensis, will share his views on how Humanity could be saved from its biggest existential risk, Superintelligence. The presentation will cover four overlapping crises Humanity faces today – crises in the domains of politics, economics, society, and existential risk. The presentation will also provide a vision of [...]

The AI Summit San Francisco
4/24/2017 8:34:14 AM Kurzweil c
AI is already here. It’s being implemented in most industries by leading organisations spanning finance, law, healthcare, manufacturing, transport, energy, education and many more. The AI Summit is the world’s first and largest conference & exhibition to look at the practical implications of AI for enterprise organisations, the actual solutions that are transforming business productivity. [...]

‘Negative mass’ created at Washington State University
4/22/2017 5:36:07 AM Kurzweil c
Washington State University (WSU) physicists have created a fluid with “negative mass,” which means that if you push it, it accelerates toward you instead of away, in apparent violation of Newton’s laws. The phenomenon can be used to explore some of the more challenging concepts of the cosmos, said Michael Forbes, PhD, a WSU assistant [...]

Elon Musk wants to enhance us as superhuman cyborgs to deal with superintelligent AI
4/21/2017 11:22:09 PM Kurzweil c
It’s the year 2021. A quadriplegic patient has just had one million “neural lace” microparticles injected into her brain, the world’s first human with an internet communication system using a wireless implanted brain-mind interface — and empowering her as the first superhuman cyborg. … No, this is not a science-fiction movie plot. It’s the actual [...]

What if you could type directly from your brain at 100 words per minute?
4/20/2017 4:10:03 AM Kurzweil c
Regina Dugan, PhD, Facebook VP of Engineering, Building8, revealed today (April 19, 2017) at Facebook F8 conference 2017 a plan to develop a non-invasive brain-computer interface that will let you type at 100 wpm — by decoding neural activity devoted to speech. Dugan previously headed Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects Group, and before that, was Director of [...]

Neuron-recording nanowires could help screen drugs for neurological diseases
4/18/2017 7:56:40 AM Kurzweil c
A research team* led by engineers at the University of California San Diego has developed nanowire technology that can non-destructively record the electrical activity of neurons in fine detail. The new technology, published April 10, 2017 in Nano Letters, could one day serve as a platform to screen drugs for neurological diseases and help researchers better understand [...]

Could there be life below Saturn’s moon Enceladus and Jupiter’s moon Europa?
4/17/2017 3:34:10 AM Kurzweil c
Two NASA missions — Cassini and Hubble — have provided new evidence for life on icy, ocean-bearing moons of Saturn and Jupiter, NASA announced Friday, April 14, 2017. Scientists from Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) have discovered hydrogen gas in the plume of material erupting from Saturn’s moon Enceladus — suggesting conditions suitable for microbial life [...]

How to condense water out of air using only sunlight for energy
4/14/2017 5:33:10 AM Kurzweil c
MIT scientists have invented a water harvester that uses only sunlight to pull water out of the air under desert conditions, using a “metal-organic framework” (MOF) powdered material developed at the University of California, Berkeley (UC Berkeley). Under conditions of 20–30 percent humidity (a level common in arid areas), the prototype device was able to [...]

Graphene-oxide sieve turns seawater into drinking water
4/13/2017 8:00:16 AM Kurzweil c
British scientists have designed a way to use graphene-oxide (GO) membranes to filter common salts out of salty water and make the water safe to drink. Graphene-oxide membranes developed at the National Graphene Institute had already demonstrated the potential of filtering out small nanoparticles, organic molecules, and even large salts. And previous research at The University of [...]


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The Quantum World!

A musical investigation into the nature of atoms and subatomic particles, the jiggly things that make up everything we see. Featuring Morgan Freeman, Stephen Hawking, Michio Kaku, Brian Cox, Richard Feynman, and Frank Close.


4 Ways Chemistry Is Making Our Food Safer, Better, and More Abundant
4/29/2017 6:00:25 PM Singularity Hub
Although food scientists often explore new technologies to reduce the percentage of hungry people in the world today, many also have future-oriented m...
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This Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web (Through April 29)
4/29/2017 5:00:40 PM Singularity Hub
BRAIN Facebook Launches "Moon Shot" Effort to Decode Speech Direct From the Brain Larry Greenemeier | Scientific American "If all goes according to pl...
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Scientists Create the Most Successful Artificial Womb Yet
4/28/2017 5:10:16 PM Singularity Hub
Among modern medicine's achievements, one of the most dramatic has been a steep reduction in infant mortality. Yet, even today, there are exceptions. ...
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Here’s Why People Think Tesla Is the Most Innovative Company Today
4/27/2017 7:00:34 PM Singularity Hub
I did a quick Twitter poll asking which technology companies you think are the most innovative today. The options were: Amazon Google Facebook Tesla (...
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David Hasselhoff Stars in a New Short Film—and All His Lines Were Written by AI
4/26/2017 10:59:12 PM Singularity Hub
Last year, an AI named Benjamin wrote a weird and entertaining science fiction short film called Sunspring. Now, Benjamin’s back in a new film titled ...
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CRISPR Pill May Be Key in Fight Against Antibiotic Resistance
4/26/2017 5:00:17 PM Singularity Hub
Even since Alexander Fleming stumbled across penicillin—the first antibiotic drug—scientists knew our fight with evolution was on. Most antibiotics wo...
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How Leaders Can Make Innovation Everyone’s Day Job
4/25/2017 5:00:28 PM Singularity Hub
This article is part of a new series exploring the skills leaders must learn to make the most of rapid change in an increasingly disruptive world. The...
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Science Has Outgrown the Human Mind and Its Limited Capacities
4/24/2017 7:30:19 PM Singularity Hub
The duty of man who investigates the writings of scientists, if learning the truth is his goal, is to make himself an enemy of all that he reads and …...
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Google Says Machine Learning Chips Make AI Faster and More Efficient
4/23/2017 5:00:20 PM Singularity Hub
Google recently bared the inner workings of its dedicated machine learning chip, the TPU, marking the latest skirmish in the arms race for AI hardware...
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This Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web (Through April 22)
4/22/2017 5:00:30 PM Singularity Hub
VIRTUAL REALITY Facebook's Bizarre VR App Is Exactly Why Zuck Bought Oculus  Peter Rubin | WIRED "When you launch Spaces from within your Oculus Rift ...
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