Welkom in mijn virtuele realiteit

We leven in een fantastische tijd. Waarin technologie het mogelijk maakt om dieper te gaan, hoger te mikken en verder te reiken dan ooit tevoren. We zijn in staat om synthetisch leven te creëren, onze genetische blauwdruk te veranderen, quantum supercomputers te bouwen, virtuele werelden van galactische proporties te betreden en dit alles te voorzien van kunstmatige intelligentie.

De wereld waarin we leven verandert hierdoor drastisch en onomkeerbaar. Dit nodigt ieder van ons uit onszelf de volgende vragen te stellen: 'wat is deze realiteit waarin ik me bevind, waar is deze uit opgebouwd en hoe navigeer ik hierin?' En meer nog: 'wie ben ik eigenlijk en wat betekent het om werkelijk Mens te zijn in deze toenemende High Tech wereld?'  #knowthyself

'Today, being Human is the biggest act of heroism'

Ga mee op Heldenreis: stap uit je comfort zone, boost je #bewustzijn, (her)activeer je #innertechnology , shift je  #perceptie en  imagineer jouw eigen toekomst_

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16-Jan-2020
From ComputerWeekly.com
Every three months, the speed of artificial intelligence computation doubles, according to Stanford University’s 2019 AI Index report.

Moore’s Law maps out how processor speeds double every 18 months to two years, which means application developers can expect a doubling in application performance for the same hardware cost.

But the Stanford report, produced in partnership with McKinsey & Company, Google, PwC, OpenAI, Genpact and AI21Labs, found that AI computational power is accelerating faster than traditional processor development. “Prior to 2012, AI results closely tracked Moore’s Law, with compute doubling every two years.,” the report said. “Post-2012, compute has been doubling every 3.4 months.”
16-Jan-2020
From Wired
Mojo Vision's prototypes can enhance your vision or show you your schedule—right from the surface of your eyes.

A glance to the left. A flick to the right. As my eyes flitted around the room, I moved through a virtual interface only visible to me—scrolling through a calendar, commute times home, and even controlling music playback. It's all I theoretically need to do to use Mojo Lens, a smart contact lens coming from a company called Mojo Vision.

The California-based company, which has been quiet about what it's been working on for five years, has finally shared its plan for the world's "first true smart contact lens." But let's be clear: This is not a product you'll see on store shelves next autumn. It's in the research and development phase—a few years away from becoming a real product. In fact, the demos I tried did not even involve me plopping on a contact lens—they used virtual reality headsets and held up bulky prototypes to my eye, as though I was Sherlock Holmes with a magnifying glass.
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