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Moniker - 0 views

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    We are an Amsterdam based interactive design studio researching the social effects of technology. With Moniker, which means nickname or pseudonym, we work on commissioned design projects while also investing in projects of an autonomous and experimental nature. The studio works across various media for a diverse range of clients ranging from those in the cultural field to commercial companies. With our projects, we explore the social effects of technology - how we use technology and how it influences our daily lives. Often, we ask the public to take part in the development of our projects. The resulting projects expand and grow like plants, displaying their inner organisational process. Moniker specialises in interactive, print, video, physical installation and performance work.
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    I'm beginning to suspected that this place is dead.
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A.I. Experiments - 2 views

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    Explore machine learning by playing with pictures, language, music, code, and more.
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Accelerated Mobile Pages Project - 0 views

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    For many, reading on the mobile web is a slow, clunky and frustrating experience - but it doesn't have to be that way. The Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project is an open source initiative that embodies the vision that publishers can create mobile optimized content once and have it load instantly everywhere.
Bill Tracer

Time Travel: Some Say Impossible, but is it? Part 1 - News - Bubblews - 3 views

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    I recently came upon a post exploring the possibility of Time Travel. In that post the writer, ( my friend &tarunandlaxmi ) pointed out that most conventional scientists of our day think backward time travel, or traveling into the past is an impossibility. However, according to Relativity Theory skipping into the future should be quite possible, given the ability to attain great speeds approaching but not quite reaching the speed of light. We aren't that fast yet, but if we should live long enough, and attain sufficient technological advancement, relativistic speeds are within our grasp. When that day comes, the principles of time dilation will make future time travel very possible. However, by that method, it is a one way trip. There would be no way to come back with that particular technological approach. But we are still left with the question; is it possible to travel back to the past, by some other technological method?
Bill Tracer

Time Travel: Some Say Impossible, but is it? Part 2 - News - Bubblews - 3 views

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    In part 1 of this series, published here at Bubblews, www.bubblews.com/news/454618-time-travel-some-say-impossible-but-is-it-part-1 we introduced this debate, and discussed how as a consequence of Professor Einstein's Relativity Theory, approaching the speed of light creates the phenomenon of time dilation, which is effectively time travel forward into the future at an accelerated rate. This kind of forward time travel is however theoretically a one way trip, without any opportunity to return from that future to your originating "present time". We also dealt with the first, (weakest), of the major arguments used by time travel detractors to justify their unproven stand that time travel into the past is impossible. Here in part 2 we will move on to talking about another much stronger issue; the so-called paradox problem, often employed by those who declare backward time travel impossible. At first glance, this argument appears quite sound, but to really examine any subject properly one must do more than just glance at it.
Mark Harding

BBC News - Robots to get their own internet - 9 views

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    really it's nice
Danila Medvedev

Создан одноколесный мотоцикл-трансформер - видео МК ТВ МК - 0 views

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    типа segway, только более скоростной.
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    sir if is it okay that you can write it in english language.
Danila Medvedev

iKnow WI-WE Bank - 2 views

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    кретинский футурологический проект
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    really nice
Bill Tracer

Will the Internet Achieve Sentience? - 6 views

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    A speculative work of non-fiction that explores the idea that as the Internet increases in complexity that it may soon become a self-aware consciousness being. When this happens, what sort of consequences might there be? What kind of relationship could we have with such a being? Will we be at odds with it, or will we be able to establish a sort of symbiotic relationship with this synthetic being?
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    is this true?
Danila Medvedev

Inside the house of the future - 4 views

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    Демо-дома будущего
Danila Medvedev

Goodbye fast food jobs? First robot restaurant opens in China | USAHM Conspiracy News - 6 views

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    Первый роборесторан в Китае.
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    really? cool!
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MATTER - READ SOMETHING THAT MATTERS - 6 views

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    Unmissable journalism about the future - on your desktop, phone, tablet or e-reader Launching Spring 2012 MATTER will focus on doing one thing, and doing it exceptionally well. Every week, we will publish a single piece of top-tier long-form journalism about big issues in technology and science. That means no cheap reviews, no snarky opinion pieces, no top ten lists. Just one unmissable story. MATTER is about brilliant ideas from all around the world, whether they come from professors at MIT or the minds of mad people. But most of all, it's about getting amazing investigative reporters to tell compelling stories. We're building MATTER for readers, not advertisers. So however you access our stories - whether it's on our website, via the Kindle store, or on your Apple and Android devices - you will get a beautifully designed experience that puts you first.
Danila Medvedev

Dutch PlantLab Revolutionizes Farming: No Sunlight, No Windows, Less Water, Better Food... - 2 views

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    про вертикальные фермы (гидропонику)
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TSUNAGARAI project | National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (Miraikan) - 0 views

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    "Geo-Cosmos" is made up of 10,362 OLED panels that display continuously-updating satellite footage of our tiny blue marble, representing what our planet looks like from space in something close to realtime. It replaces an earlier model covered in LED panels, offering museum-goers a full 10 million pixels, a resolution 10 times greater than its predecessor.
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AuthaGraph オーサグラフ 世界地図 - 0 views

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    This projection method transfers a 3-dimentional sphere into a 2-dimensional rectangle while maintaining areas proportions. Using this method, the "AuthaGraph world map" succeeds in transferring an image of the spherical Earth to a flat surface while evenly distributing distortion. An architect, Hajime Narukawa and his collaborators invented it in 1999. AuthaGraph world map can be tiled in any directions without visible seams. From this map-tiling, a new world map with triangular, rectangular or parallelogram's outline can be framed out with various regions at its center. This map provides a perspective on decentralized world views. Just as the center of global politics, economy and culture is shifted and decentralized, this map tries to reflect such new global vision in the 21st century.
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