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#windowxp , el fin muy pronto
The end, soon

#windowxp , el fin muy pronto

The end, soon

thetechgets:

Facebook’s oldest registered user turns 106

106-year-old, Edythe Kirchmaier, is reportedly Facebook’s oldest registered user and has no…

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La usuaria de Facebook más senior , 106 años …

thetechgets:

Facebook’s oldest registered user turns 106

106-year-old, Edythe Kirchmaier, is reportedly Facebook’s oldest registered user and has no…

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La usuaria de Facebook más senior , 106 años …

#television

#television

newsweek:

(via How the NSA Almost Killed the Internet | Threat Level | Wired.com)

#internet
thetechgets:

Major security holes found in 90% of top mobile banking apps

Security is important in every app, of course, but if there is one group of mobile apps that users…

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Ojo con los apps de bancos

thetechgets:

Major security holes found in 90% of top mobile banking apps

Security is important in every app, of course, but if there is one group of mobile apps that users…

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Ojo con los apps de bancos

marketingland:


Moz Launches A Delightfully Designed Social Media Guide For Newbies
wildcat2030:

A world wide web for robots to learn from each other and share information is being shown off for the first time.
Scientists behind RoboEarth will put it through its paces at Eindhoven University in a mocked-up hospital room. Four robots will use the system to complete a series of tasks, including serving drinks to patients. It is the culmination of a four-year project, funded by the European Union. The eventual aim is that both robots and humans will be able to upload information to the cloud-based database, which would act as a kind of common brain for machines. (via BBC News - Robots test their own world wide web, dubbed RoboEarth)

World Wide Web para Robots… ¿recuerda a la película de Terminator ?

wildcat2030:

A world wide web for robots to learn from each other and share information is being shown off for the first time.

Scientists behind RoboEarth will put it through its paces at Eindhoven University in a mocked-up hospital room. Four robots will use the system to complete a series of tasks, including serving drinks to patients. It is the culmination of a four-year project, funded by the European Union. The eventual aim is that both robots and humans will be able to upload information to the cloud-based database, which would act as a kind of common brain for machines. (via BBC News - Robots test their own world wide web, dubbed RoboEarth)

World Wide Web para Robots… ¿recuerda a la película de Terminator ?

wildcat2030:

Supercomputer Takes 40 Minutes To Model 1 Second of Brain Activity
Despite rumors, the singularity, or point at which artificial intelligence can overtake human smarts, still isn’t quite here. One of the world’s most powerful supercomputers is still no match for the humble human brain, taking 40 minutes to replicate a single second of brain activity. Researchers in Germany and Japan used K, the fourth-most powerful supercomputer in the world, to simulate brain activity. With more than 700,000 processor cores and 1.4 million gigabytes of RAM, K simulated the interplay of 1.73 billion nerve cells and more than 10 trillion synapses, or junctions between brain cells. Though that may sound like a lot of brain cells and connections, it represents just 1 percent of the human brain’s network. The long-term goal is to make computing so fast that it can simulate the mind— brain cell by brain cell— in real-time. That may be feasible by the end of the decade, researcher Markus Diesmann, of the University of Freiburg, told the Telegraph. (via Supercomputer Takes 40 Minutes To Model 1 Second of Brain Activity | LiveScience)

El momento “singularity” aún queda por llegar …

wildcat2030:

Supercomputer Takes 40 Minutes To Model 1 Second of Brain Activity

Despite rumors, the singularity, or point at which artificial intelligence can overtake human smarts, still isn’t quite here. One of the world’s most powerful supercomputers is still no match for the humble human brain, taking 40 minutes to replicate a single second of brain activity. Researchers in Germany and Japan used K, the fourth-most powerful supercomputer in the world, to simulate brain activity. With more than 700,000 processor cores and 1.4 million gigabytes of RAM, K simulated the interplay of 1.73 billion nerve cells and more than 10 trillion synapses, or junctions between brain cells. Though that may sound like a lot of brain cells and connections, it represents just 1 percent of the human brain’s network. The long-term goal is to make computing so fast that it can simulate the mind— brain cell by brain cell— in real-time. That may be feasible by the end of the decade, researcher Markus Diesmann, of the University of Freiburg, told the Telegraph. (via Supercomputer Takes 40 Minutes To Model 1 Second of Brain Activity | LiveScience)

El momento “singularity” aún queda por llegar …

Un “statement self-help” con razón #frasesydichos

Un “statement self-help” con razón #frasesydichos

¿Queremos este futuro? #google

¿Queremos este futuro? #google

megustamemes:

FBI’s priorities.

La prioridad de muchas agencias del orden #spain #españa #humor

megustamemes:

FBI’s priorities.

La prioridad de muchas agencias del orden #spain #españa #humor

peterfromtexas:

A French high-speed train (TGV) has smashed the world record for a train on conventional rails by a big margin, reaching 574.8km/h (356mph)
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Esto si que es un “AVE” y rápido 

peterfromtexas:

A French high-speed train (TGV) has smashed the world record for a train on conventional rails by a big margin, reaching 574.8km/h (356mph)

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Esto si que es un “AVE” y rápido 

newyorker:


Gary Marcus on the problem with hyping artificial intelligence: http://nyr.kr/18ZiPel

“The human brain is the most complicated organ in the known universe, and we still have almost no idea how it works. Who said that copying its awesome power was going to be easy?”

#ai #singularity #tecnologias

newyorker:

Gary Marcus on the problem with hyping artificial intelligence: http://nyr.kr/18ZiPel

“The human brain is the most complicated organ in the known universe, and we still have almost no idea how it works. Who said that copying its awesome power was going to be easy?

#ai #singularity #tecnologias

¿Visto alguna vez un elefante volar?Seen an Elephant fly?

¿Visto alguna vez un elefante volar?
Seen an Elephant fly?