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Jan 24, 2022

Peter Diamandis and The Best Way to Predict The Future

Posted by in categories: business, education, Peter Diamandis, singularity, space

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Peter Diamandis, Chairman and Co-Founder of Singularity University, discusses the best way to predict the future, and shares his personal philosophies on innovation and the commercial space industry. Flimed at Singularity University’s Executive Program, March 2010.

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Jan 19, 2022

Google’s $1.5 billion research center to “solve death”

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

Google has been developing what is perhaps the company’s most ambitious project to date: a science startup that will pursue ‘solutions for aging’ with the intended goal of “solving death”.

Calico, a company directed by futurists to explore the concept of “singularity”, has partnered with pharmaceutical giants to research and trial new market drugs that target aging and development.

What is this new audacious project? Who is behind it? In the following feature, Ethan Nash explores.

Jan 8, 2022

Keeping an #infrared telescope at very cold operating temperatures isn’t an option, it’s an absolute necessity

Posted by in categories: cosmology, physics, singularity

JWST operating temperature is less than 50 degrees above absolute zero (−223° C or-370° F) and will be the largest telescope ever placed at that cold temperature (50 Kelvin).

Webb will be able to see what the universe looked like around a quarter of a billion years (possibly back to 100 million years) after the #BigBang, when the first stars and galaxies started to form. JWST will change our view of the cosmos by taking Baby Pictures of #Universe, looking back to big bang.

#JWST is going to be like “Magic spectacles” that allow you to see things that you can’t normally see.
which is the pictures of the infant universe.

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Jan 7, 2022

The Omega Singularity: A Missing Piece in Quantum Cosmology

Posted by in categories: computing, cosmology, neuroscience, quantum physics, singularity, transhumanism

COUNTDOWN TO RELEASE: Here comes the next and final installment in The Cybernetic Theory of Mind series ― The Omega Singularity: Universal Mind & The Fractal Multiverse ― which is now available to pre-order as a Kindle eBook on Amazon. In this final book of the series, we discuss a number of perspectives on quantum cosmology, computational physics, theosophy and eschatology. How could dimensionality be transcended yet again? What is the fractal multiverse? What is the ultimate destiny of our universe? Why does it matter to us? What is the Omega Singularity? These are some of the questions addressed in this concluding volume of my eBook series.

#OmegaSingularity #UniversalMind #FractalMultiverse #CyberneticTheoryofMind #EvolutionaryCybernetics #PhilosophyofMind #QuantumCosmology #ComputationalPhysics #futurism #posthumanism #cybernetics #cosmology #physics #philosophy #theosophy #consciousness #ontology #eschatology

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Jan 6, 2022

A New Theory for Systems That Defy Newton’s Third Law

Posted by in categories: energy, mathematics, physics, singularity, transportation

Many of these systems are kept out of equilibrium because individual constituents have their own power source — ATP for cells, gas for cars. But all these extra energy sources and mismatched reactions make for a complex dynamical system beyond the reach of statistical mechanics. How can we analyze phases in such ever-changing systems?

Vitelli and his colleagues see an answer in mathematical objects called exceptional points. Generally, an exceptional point in a system is a singularity, a spot where two or more characteristic properties become indistinguishable and mathematically collapse into one. At an exceptional point, the mathematical behavior of a system differs dramatically from its behavior at nearby points, and exceptional points often describe curious phenomena in systems — like lasers — in which energy is gained and lost continuously.

Now the team has found that these exceptional points also control phase transitions in nonreciprocal systems. Exceptional points aren’t new; physicists and mathematicians have studied them for decades in a variety of settings. But they’ve never been associated so generally with this type of phase transition. “That’s what no one has thought about before, using these in the context of nonequilibrium systems,” said the physicist Cynthia Reichhardt of Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico. “So you can bring all the machinery that we already have about exceptional points to study these systems.”

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Jan 1, 2022

2022: The Gateway Year to Transcension

Posted by in categories: blockchains, computing, singularity

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

| My holiday message to you, guys!

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Dec 31, 2021

I say a very big thank you to this great foundation that has supported me and my clinic this past year

Posted by in categories: robotics/AI, singularity

It is my hope and desire we have a better relation this new year and my quest to train African students about STEM education and AI can be achieved. Happy New Year all.

Dec 31, 2021

20 Future Technology That Will Change the World

Posted by in categories: robotics/AI, singularity

Technology changes every day. And faster and faster with every passing year. There is no denying it: the singularity is coming. The robot revolution is marching ever closer. And it all begins here. Here are some examples of future technology that will change the world!

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Dec 26, 2021

TIMELAPSE OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (2028 — 3000+)

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, education, Elon Musk, robotics/AI, singularity

A documentary and journey into the future exploring the possibilities and predictions of artificial intelligence. This timelapse of the future explores what is coming, from robots that are too fast for humans to see, to A.I. bots from Microsoft (bringing back loved ones to life) and Google’s laMDA (replacing the need for online searches).

Elon Musk’s Neuralink goes from a medical and healthcare device, to helping people become superhuman – with intelligence amplification, and add-ons that connect to the brain chip.

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Dec 23, 2021

The Omega Singularity: Is Our World a “Metaverse” in a Universe Up?

Posted by in categories: computing, neuroscience, singularity

Once we extrapolate computational capabilities of civilization past our own looming ‘Simulation Singularity’ by perhaps hundreds of orders of magnitude, we arrive in the end at only one necessary substance constituting all of reality — consciousness — the very subjective experience with which we all are most familiar. Nothing else would ultimately need to exist but the higher mind as the source of ultrarealistic but simulated universes like our own. https://www.ecstadelic.net/e_news/the-omega-singularity-is-o…niverse-up.

#OmegaSingularity #UniversalMind #FractalMultiverse #CyberneticTheoryofMind

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