This week was a great week for me. Filled with achievements and sense of mastery.
I had my first LIVE Talkshow Ever. 3 guests and it went well. I've been dreaming about it for such a long time, and NOW. Finally.. wow on my birthday 2nd of May I got that as a gift from the universe. Quite happy about that!
I also did something I haven't considered ever; having my birthday public on Facebook. Regardless of I not having it visible people started to comment on my wall and I actually felt good about it. I've always had this ambivalent feeling of my birthday.. I stopped celebrating it at the age of 11 and haven't done it ever since.. but.. at my 28th Birthday it felt different. So, the next day I went on and hit public birthday on my Facebook. So, next year I'll get some more comments I guess. Reconnecting with people I haven't hear from in a long time. Not too bad!
So, whats been up lately around the web? Sadly I haven't been reading too much this week but the few things I've been digging through I'll post here :D
Hope this sparks some inspiring thoughts and talks!
By The Way You Can Watch Office X Episode Of The Week (Number 2) Below!
Topic: "The Future of Jobs"
I've been reading for years about these Fast Radio Burst that is inexplicable to scientists. I find it quite fascinating and I keep believing in a theory that it actually is advanced extraterrestial beings in the making of these. I came across the story once again this week in an article telling that Harvard Scientists now believe the same by Futurism. It's quite interesting. Read more here!
“The world’s most valuable resource is no longer oil, but data”, argues The Economist, and “if governments don’t want a data economy dominated by a few giants, they will need to act soon. Also read this "data is giving rise to a new economy"
“Our best protection from powerful AI will be their lack of interest in us, because most species’ biggest enemy is their own kind. They will pay about as much attention to us as we do to ants.
Brilliant interview with Jürgen Schmidhuber, the less well-known pioneer of many breakthrough AI technologies.
Melinda Gates is up to something cool. She and her compagnon Fei- Fei Li wants to fix the diversity problem.
HEALTH & MEDICINE
How this technique could solve the organ shortage crisis is extremely fascinating. Science <3
AI can predict strokes and heart attacks better than a doctor. Why trust a doctor when you know the AI is right?
Brain Surgery Robot - Researchers believe their surgery-assisting robot is capable of performing complex brain surgeries. The machine can reduce the time of surgeries by cutting down the time it takes to cut into the skull from two hours to two and a half minutes.
Pill Robots Infographics
Stem cells <3
Stem cell gul heals burns. Results of a 10 years regenerative research!
Reusable poop. he he. Our poop can now be turned into fuel.
Scott Santens is a writer and an advocate for universal basic income. His articles have been featured in TechCrunch, Boston Globe, and Politico, among others. Listen to the interview in Exponential View here.
The internet is transforming our physical world
A digital platform economy is developing as a result of the rise of the Internet of Things. This removes the middleman and creates a more efficient economic market.
Five science mysteries that I'm pretty sure that AI will solve. It's way too hard of a problem for us basic humans.
SINGULARITY HUBS TOP 5