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Exponential Change is Here

Legacy | Future of Everything with Jason Silva | Singularity University – [youtube.com] Futurists and entrepreneurs Peter Diamandis and Ray Kurzweil created Singularity University to communicate the implications of exponential technological progress. Humans are only wired to think about change linearly, but exponential change is here, and the impact of exponential technological change will be […]

The Singularity is an Ascension

An Ascension is the act of an individual or group or species collectively raising their level of consciousness away from simple physical existence and toward spiritual existence. Because this describes an ascending beyond our current state, it is difficult to define. In science fiction, it ranges from a fairly static physical form with greatly enhanced […]

Moore’s Brain in Lake Michigan

Moore’s Brain in Lake Michigan – [conceptualizedintelligence.com] The article below is about robots taking human jobs. In the middle of the article is an interesting analogy that compares the growth rate in artificial intelligence to a task of filling Lake Michigan using Moore’s law. Lake Michigan was chosen because of a parallel between its volume […]

Moore’s Law

Moore's Law

In 1965, Gordon Moore (co-founder of Intel) wrote an article about the rate at which the number of transistors inside an integrated chip was increasing. By 1975, he had focused the statement on a rate of doubling the number of transistors every two years. This has become known as “Moore’s Law”. Such an exponential rate […]