Posted: April 22, 2013 Filed under: Biology, chemistry, Design, Digital Realtiy, Energy, Ideas, Mathematics, Software, Space, Technology, Uncategorized, Urban Planning, Video Games, Weapons | Tags: ai, entropy, modelling, planning, robotics
Thermodynamics is awesome! If you want to know how the universe works, thermodynamics is an essential piece of the puzzle.
Check this Harvard AI software that applies entropy to planning. Entropy as intelligence?
For another eye opener – check this sick video on autocatalysis and think about the business cycle, forest fires and other natural systems.
Posted: May 5, 2012 Filed under: Robots | Tags: ai, bots, cyborgs, DOD, history, history channel, military, military robots, robots
The blog Plastic Pals reviews HISTORY’s series “That’s Impossible,” which explores the future and current state-of-the-art of battlefield robots in an episode titled “Real Terminators.”
Read the review from Plastic Pals.
Posted: March 31, 2012 Filed under: Augmented Reality, Design, Digital Realtiy, Entertainment, Environment, Fashion, Gesture, Ideas, Mobile, Smart Phones, Technology, Urban Planning, Video Games, Weapons | Tags: ai, VR
Technology forecaster Daniel Burrus describes his vision for the web of the future.
The next phase in web design will be the transition to 3D video game style interface and immersion. Adobe seems to agree.
After that, the web will transition to AI driven content. Google seems to agree.
Posted: January 9, 2012 Filed under: Augmented Reality, Design, Digital Realtiy, Entertainment, Environment, Fashion, Gesture, Ideas, Publishing, Smart Phones, Technology | Tags: ai, computer vision, interface design, software design
Emotion is critical in human to human interaction. Now AI techniques are being used to read user emotional states and improve computer interfaces. Read about it here.
Posted: November 7, 2011 Filed under: Augmented Reality, Education, Ideas, Software, Technology, Uncategorized, Urban Planning, Video Games | Tags: ai, publishing
The world’s largest publisher of print and online textbooks has invested tens of millions into Adapative Learning. Why? It measures the students performance and crafts personalized education for each user. Read about it here.
Learn about the cutting edge in human computer interface (computer tracking the users emotion) here.
Posted: October 13, 2011 Filed under: Digital Realtiy, Energy, Environment, Ideas, Nature, physics, Uncategorized | Tags: ai
Complex power grid fluctations handled by machine intelligence (Computational intelligence and adaptive critic designs). Read about dynamic foresight, sense-making, situational awareness, rapid adaptation, fault-tolerance and robustness here.
Posted: October 5, 2011 Filed under: Smart Phones, Software, Technology | Tags: ai, CALO, DARPA, speech recognition, SRI
In 2003 Stanford Research Institute worked on a program for DARPA called “Cognitive Assistant that Learns and Organizes.” It’s 2011, meet Apple’s new SRI developed SIRI personal assistant software here.