Ten years ago if someone would have said that over half of all adults in the United States would be using Facebook in order to learn about the news, no one would have believed them. Today, however, 62% of adults in the US report getting their news from social media, according to the Pew Research Center.
The Berggruen Philosophy and Culture Center recently brought a diverse group of neuroscientists and philosophers together with Silicon Valley entrepreneurs and programmers to answer this question: As developments in artificial intelligence extend or surpass human intelligence, do they challenge the traditional definition of what it means to be human? Here's what five of them had to say.
Green goes on to explain that most current models use metal electrodes to stimulate nerves, which can degrade over time. This
Picture it: this is a phrase that so many creative thinkers use when they're introducing their new project. The best ideas begin with a compelling image.
Dr. Amy Zalman, CEO & president of the World Future Society: "Researchers now have at their disposal increasingly acute ways
You probably grew up getting lectures from your mom about the value of a good reputation. Well, as usual, Mom was right -- and maybe more than she knew. Reputation is about to become a capital asset, and it's going to be digital.
As the eye-tracking headlights are still in the early stages of development, the concept will likely take several years to
It may look like the new Apple Watch or one of the 'Activity Tracker' systems for your wrist, nicely designed and in-style for a day-to-day use.
Microsoft this week unveiled HoloLens, an augmented-reality headset that overlays text and images on the real world and, in
Do you agree or disagree that in the future we will think "inserting radio-frequency identification in our babies' bodies is as normal as vaccination"? This is just one of many provocative questions put to the participants in a spirited Davos session entitled "What Future Do You Want?"