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Dec 29, 2019

Amelie Schreiber

Posted by in categories: business, quantum physics, robotics/AI, singularity

Read writing from Amelie Schreiber in Towards Data Science. CEO & Founder of The Singularity: Quantum Machine Learning Hiring, Business Integration, and R&D Consultant.

Dec 29, 2019

Inside The Cryptocurrency Revolution | VICE on HBO

Posted by in categories: bitcoin, business, cryptocurrencies, internet

Bitcoin’s emergence as a global digital currency has been as revolutionary as it has been erratic. But while fledgling investors obsess over every fluctuation in the cryptocurrency market, nation-states are more interested in the underlying blockchain technology and its ability to revolutionize how business is done on the internet and beyond. VICE’s Michael Moynihan travels to Russia with Vitalik Buterin, inventor of the ethereum blockchain, to get a front-row seat to the geopolitical tug of war over Internet 3.0.

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Dec 28, 2019

Emerging technologies securing the cloud

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So, what can businesses do to address this? A big part of the answer lies in emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and automation, which will drive new ways of securing the cloud in 2020 and beyond.

Dec 27, 2019

How To Build A Tougher Mind: Dr Jon Finn

Posted by in categories: bioengineering, business, education, neuroscience

Dr Shima Beigi BSc, MSc, MSc, Ph.D. founder of Mindfulness Engineering™️ and ideaXme Rich Connectedness™️ ambassador interviews Dr Jon Finn founder Tougher Minds.

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Dec 25, 2019

7 Classic Books To Deepen Your Understanding of Artificial Intelligence

Posted by in categories: business, ethics, robotics/AI

The field of artificial intelligence has never been the subject of more attention and analysis than it is today. Almost every week, it seems, a new bestselling book comes out examining the technology, business or ethics of AI.

Yet few of the topics and debates at the center of today’s AI discourse are new. While not always recognized by commentators, artificial intelligence as a serious academic discipline dates back to the 1950s. For well over half a century, many of the world’s leading minds have devoted themselves to the pursuit of machine intelligence and have grappled with what it would mean to succeed in that pursuit.

Much of the public discourse around AI in 2019 has been anticipated—and influenced—by AI thought leaders going back decades.

Dec 20, 2019

Randpay: a technology for blockchain micropayments that requires a recipient’s consent

Posted by in categories: bitcoin, business

Two researchers at Emercoin, a decentralized peer-to-peer (p2p) network providing secure blockchain business services, have recently developed a new technology called Randpay that only allows users to complete payments and transactions with a recipient’s consent. Using this new technology, presented in a paper pre-published on arXiv, users can also safely and easily micropay specific data values derived from sensors, individual stock quotes, downloaded pictures, search engine results, road tolls and other sources.

“Randpay opens a new niche in the ,” Oleg Khovayko, one of the researchers who developed the technology, told TechXplore. “All other micropayment technologies have minimal sum limitations because of the low bound limit of fees. With Randpay, transaction fees are reduced along with amounts. As a result, there is no payment minimum and payments can be as small as 1/100000 part of cent, if needed.”

The protocol developed by the researchers draws inspiration from a system of electronic lottery tickets based on micropayments invented by Ronald Rivest in 1997. In his work, Rivest introduced the concept of electronic lottery tickets, where there is a centralized system and payments can only go through in the presence of a trusted third party and, where possible, a ‘lottery facilitator’.

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Dec 16, 2019

Ending Age-Related Diseases: 2020

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, business, life extension

We will be returning in 2020 to host our third conference in New York City and brings together the leading experts in aging research and biotech business and investment. Building on the success of our 2018 and 2019 conferences we will continue to bring you the latest research, business, and investment talks from some of the top leaders in their fields.

We will be releasing more information about the conference in the coming months as we confirm speakers, venue, and dates. If you would like to stay informed about developments and ticket offers you may wish to sign up for the conference mailing list below.

Dec 14, 2019

The Rise Of Open-Source Software

Posted by in categories: business, entertainment

Open-source software powers nearly all the world’s major companies. This software is freely available, and is developed collaboratively, maintained by a broad network that includes everyone from unpaid volunteers to employees at competing tech companies. Here’s how giving away software for free has proven to be a viable business model.

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Dec 13, 2019

Sex and Biotech — Dr. Nicole Prause, Ph.D, Founder of Liberos LLC — ideaXme — Ira Pastor

Posted by in categories: aging, biotech/medical, business, DNA, health, innovation, life extension, science, sex, transhumanism

Dec 12, 2019

China shows off its newest satellite’s high-resolution 3D imagery

Posted by in categories: business, satellites

China launched the Gaofen-7 imaging satellite in November, and the country has just shared the first of its high-resolution, 3D shots. The satellite is sensitive enough to height that it should be able to spot a single person from 500 kilometers up.

Gaofen-7 is the latest in a planned series of 14 satellites intended to overhaul China’s orbital imaging capabilities. Companies like Planet are lofting hundreds of satellites to provide terrestrial businesses with up-to-date imagery, so it’s natural that China, among other countries, would want to have their own.

Already the Gaofen project has led to a huge reduction in reliance on foreign sources for this critical data, which as frictions in other areas of technology have shown, may not always be possible to rely on.

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