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20 Crucial Terms Every 21st Century Futurist Should Know

See on Scoop.it – Tracking the Future We live in an era of accelerating change, when scientific and technological advancements are arriving rapidly. As a result, we are developing a new language to describe our civilization as it evolves. Here

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Brain Implants: The Laser Eye Surgery of the Future?

See on Scoop.it – Tracking the Future Brain implants today are where laser eye surgery was several decades ago, fraught with risk, applicable only to a narrowly defined set of patients – but a sign of things to come.  See

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Magnetic behavior discovery could advance nuclear fusion

See on Scoop.it – Tracking the Future Inspired by the space physics behind solar flares and the aurora, a team of researchers from the University of Michigan and Princeton has uncovered a new kind of magnetic behavior that could help

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An online Magna Carta: Berners-Lee calls for bill of rights for web

See on Scoop.it – Tracking the Future The inventor of the world wide web believes an online “Magna Carta” is needed to protect and enshrine the independence of the medium he created and the rights of its users worldwide.Sir Tim

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The future of education

See on Scoop.it – Tracking the Future Videogames, digital pens, holograms and tactile learning platforms could all become the norm as education looks set to change dramatically over the next 30 years. With technology dominating in and outside the classroom,

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Between Ape and Artilect

See on Scoop.it – Tracking the Future During 2010-12, noted AI researcher and long-time Humanity+ Board member Ben Goertzel conducted a series of textual interviews with researchers in various areas of cutting-edge science — artificial general intelligence, nanotechnology, life extension,

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60,000 miles up: Space elevator could be built by 2035, new study says

See on Scoop.it – Tracking the Future Imagine a ribbon roughly one hundred million times as long as it is wide. If it were a meter long, it would be 10 nanometers wide, or just a few times thicker than

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