Nanotechnology, Biotechnology, Information, Cognitive

    A Layperson's View of Future Technology and Society

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Science homework help

Students! Thinking about your future? Click the image above for career and homework links.

Top five terrifying future technologies. Scary future scenarios.Five Scary Future Scenarios

Please do not get the impression that I am using the popular media trend of fear-mongering to try and rally you into a global fight against the evils of technology. I will probably take a nap after this.

It's just that I have a terrible habit of looking forward to a brighter side of the future. So to be fair, I offer you five future technologies that might wipe out humanity (or change it dramatically). Have a great day! Five Terrifying Future Technologies (Flash)

GMO Foods

Nanotubes have slipped into my sunscreen with the stealth of a cloned kitten. Why are products that use nano or bio technologies not clearly labeled?

Labeling the Future

Technology and society

Some of the smartest individuals I know, suddenly remember their kids have soccer practice when I mention the latest tech breakthrough.
Future Technology and Society

They're Just Not That Into Us

Search for extraterrestrials, ET.

SETI projects have scanned the sky for over 40 years looking for an intelligent signal. Could our level of intelligence be unique in the universe? Intelligent life

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Wealthy, Healthy and Wise

Transhuman, transhumanity,posthuman,posthumanity

When they first hit the market, future technologies like memory implants and longevity drugs, may only be affordable to a small percent of the population. What scenarios could lead to human enhancement technologies for all? Transhumanity

Homework Help

Homework help. Science, biotechnology, chemistry, physics and more

Need help with your science homework? Handpicked links for students of all ages to science and technology home work help sites. Homework help

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Nanotechnology risks

Ready or not, here it comes. In the next 20 years, nanotechnology will touch the life of nearly every person on the planet. The potential benefits are mind boggling and brain enhancing. But like many of the great advancements in earth's history, it is not without risk. Here are some of the risks posed to society by nanotech.

Nanotechnology risks

Future Topics

Future For All


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Welcome! Future for All is my personal web site about future technology and its effect on society. Sometimes I write articles, but mainly I post hand-picked links to future technology articles, images and videos. I hope you like my site and find it useful.

My second video (still learning) is a parody about the Future of Privacy. How much private information are you willing to give up for a little savings or convenience?

 

Pervassive Insurance - Future TV Commercial Parody

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Click here for privacy articles and links

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Smart Homes

Smart Homes

My home is not very smart. It does not know when to start my coffee or how to clean the floor. It has difficulty distinguishing between a roaring grease fire and a steamy shower, which makes it a good thing it can't remember the number to call in an emergency. What can we expect to experience in the smart home of the future? Smart Home

Approaching the Singularity

the singularity

Surfing the web for The Singularity gives me a gnarly headache. No doubt a reaction to asking my brain to find ways of replacing itself. Both intriguing and frightening, my approach to the Singularity is to treat it like a dessert tray--the further it is away, the less I am infatuated by it. The Singularity

Human Like Robots

girl robot life like robot

A life-like robot girl greets visitors at a world expo. To make it easier for us to warm up to a cold machine, future robots will look, feel and act more human. Robotics

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Latest Posts and Links Added

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11.22.14 -

3-D printed livers go on sale - Popular Science

11.19.14 -

Controlling genes with mental states to release drugs - KurzweilAi.net

11.04.14 -

New FFA article: The Internet of Things

11.01.14 -

Viewing cancer on the move: New device yields close-up look at metastasis - Medical Xpress
Stealth DNA-based carbon nanotubes tunnel into cells to deliver targeted drugs - KurzweilAi.net

10.29.14 -

First-ever attempt at a soft touchdown on a comet - ESA

10.27.14 -

Magic Leap moves beyond older lines of VR - Tech Xplore

10.24.14 -

Future Fords will brake for pedestrians automatically - Gizmag

10.21.14 -

The Cyborg Foundation - aims to help people become cyborgs

10.18.14 -

Curious Signal Could Be Dark Matter Pouring From The Sun's Core - io9 on axions
Bio-inspired 'nano-cocoons' trick cancer cells into accepting drug delivery - KurzweilAi.net

10.16.14 -

Unplugged: 3D Printing Goes Solar - Michigan Tech

10.14.14 -

Global Epidemic Research - working in the area of rapidly emerging public health problems
The invention of nanoscopy - KurzweilAi.net
The Future of Food: Experts Predict How Our Plates Will Change - Time

10.08.14 -

Omron Projects Image in Air by Using Transparent Sheet - Nikkei
Sentinel-1 satellite now monitoring environmental changes - ESA

10.07.14 -

A solar cell that stores its own power - PhysOrg
TechGreet - an online destination for people who love technology

10.03.14 -

Hijacking the bacterial 'communication system' to tell cancer cells to stop spreading — or even die - KurzweilAi.net
Bioprinter - University of Toronto Canada and the James Dyson Foundation

10.01.14 -

Artificial intelligence that imitates children's learning - University of Gothenburg
New RFID technology helps robots find household objects - Georgia Tech
Sophisticated electrode array system to monitor brain activity - Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

09.30.14 -

Inventor of World Wide Web warns of threat to internet - Yahoo! News
Fuel cell cars - AFP Videographics (the video ad might be longer than the infographic)

09.25.14 -

NASA'S MAVEN spacecraft arrives at Mars - NASA
SkyOrbiters - An idea to make the Internet available to every person on earth

09.24.14 -

Scientists make quantum leap, teleport data from light to matter - CNET

09.22.14 -

Introducing the multi-tasking nanoparticle - UC Davis
A new class of boat - transforms into a catamaran, trimaran, monohull, hydrofoil - SuperYacht Times
A low-cost water splitter that runs on an ordinary AAA battery - KurzweilAi.net

09.15.14 -

Rise of the Zombie Wheat - TakePart
Next-Generation Stem Cells Transplanted in Human for the First Time - SciAm

09.13.14 -

Reprogramming your brain with transcranial magnetic stimulation - KurzweilAi.net
Personal submarine - Deep flight

09.11.14 -

Where Is Human Evolution Taking Us? - Scientific American

09.10.14 -

DeepFlight Dragon set to usher in the era of the personal submarine - Gizmag

09.06.14 -

SciCast - a crowdsourced forecasting platform for science and technology

09.02.14 -

A multifunctional medical nanoparticle - KurzweilAi.net

 
 
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merging technology icons

NBIC Convergence - Merging Technologies

NBIC is an acronym for Nanotechnology, Biotechnology, Information technology and Cognitive science. As these technologies race towards their own future with ever increasing speed, they merge to drive the new products, benefits and dangers predicted by forecasters, futurists and science fiction writers. I created the icons above to post with articles on this site, to signify which technologies are merging to create a current breakthrough or future scenario.

 

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