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Smartdrones

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I kind of called it on flying smartphone-drones (smartdrones) back in July of this year. Smartphones will eventually be replaced by flying mini-drones that access networks & speak in response to voice command #FlyingLittleBrother — Mike Caprio (@mik3cap) July 6, 2014 Forget wearables – we need FLYABLES. Clothing will generate electricity from heat & movement, […]

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THINK: What The Singularity Really Means

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It’s now roughly two months since the latest Singularity Summit conference, held here in the Upper East Side of New York City.  I came away from the conference not feeling quite as elated as I did in 2009, I think because much of the content of this year’s conference was so computer focused and didn’t […]

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Singularity Summit 2011

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Just a quick note to say that I’m very excited about attending this year’s Singularity Summit on October 15th-16th, even though the program may be a little more skewed towards computers this year; I always hope to see more along the lines of synthetic biology and genomics, but I’m sure topics will tend that way […]

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Ars Technica Followup on Game Consoles

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I posted this comment on Ars in response to an article stating that a motion detection sensor on XBox was somehow going to be a “Wii killer”; I’m expanding on it a little more here to stretch out my thoughts a little. Not sure I understand how an old technology that’s already been surpassed by […]

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Economic Future

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EDIT: Hey, if you agree with me about biotech, I made an entry at the Citizen’s Briefing Book on Change.gov called “Economic Prosperity Via Biotech Innovations”. Vote it up for me! Oil has changed in price from over $140 a barrel to under $40 a barrel. Retail sales, while still over 100B larger than 10 […]

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