- Critical Thought | TV
- Critical Thought | FM
Thanks to Roland Piquepaille’s Technology Trends blog for finding Pitt research delves into amazing shrinking computer chips.
Next step (an admittedly big one): nanoscale genetic assemblers generating custom genomes that express as fermionic biodevices with controllable quantum properties – like entanglement.
Meaning…a cluster of synthetic neurons designed to translate between languages (yeah, I know, like Farscape), engage in quantum communications (i.e., no time lag regardless of distance), or place autonomic regulation under voluntary control (without studying in Tibet for 20 years).
Subscribe by eMail
TagsAI Art Artificial General Intelligence Artificial Life Bioinformatics Biology Biotechnology Complexity Computational Biology Consilience Convergence Design Emergence Events Futurism Kurzweil Law of Accelerating Returns LHC Materials Metamaterials Microfluidics Military Molecular Electronics Nanotechnology Negentropy Neural Networks Neuroscience Pharmacology Physics Politics Quantum Computing Quantum Neurobiology Robotics Sapience Science Singularity Sociology Superluminosity Synthetic Biology Synthetic Genomics Technogenesis Technology Theater Transhumanism Virtual Reality