Bloomberg Businessweek | Charlie Rose talks to Ray Kurzweil

March 3, 2011

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Bloomberg Businessweek — March 3, 2011 | Charlie Rose

The author, inventor, and futurist says accelerating technology will soon bring us immortality — and all the energy the earth requires. Emmy Award-winning journalist Charlie Rose is the host of Charlie Rose, the nightly PBS program.

I’m interested in this notion of a coming singularity — computers surpassing humans — and your obsession with immortality. What led you there?

I really started with this exploration of where technology… read more

Forbes | What it’s like to be a student at Singularity University, an insider’s story

June 10, 2013

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I first heard about Singularity University from a friend who was a student in the very first SU cohort. He told me that being at SU changed his outlook on life. I was not surprised as I was a big fan of Ray Kurzweil’s (co-founder of SU) books and they had a similar effect on my life.

It is because of Kurzweil’s writing on intelligent machines… read more

The Las Vegas Guardian Express | Immortality will be delivered by the singularity say scientists

August 19, 2013

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The Las Vegas Guardian Express — August 19, 2013 | Rebecca Savastio

You may never have heard of the Singularity, but many scientists call its advent “inevitable,” and it has the potential, some would even say the promise, to deliver the human race to immortality. In order to understand how we can become immortal via the Singularity, we first have to understand what it is.

According to Ray Kurzweil, author of The Singularity Is Near and co-founder of… read more

Tech Times | What’s expected at Google I/O conference

June 23, 2014

Tech Times — June 23, 2014 | Quinten Plummer

Google is still expected to deliver a refined vision of strategies for cloud computing. Ray Kurzweil, director of engineering at Google, has been slated to give a lecture entitle ”Biologically Inspired Models of Intelligence.”

Kurzweil was said to be preparing to present his short and long term plans for bolstering user interaction with artificial intelligence, helping to improve areas including searches and machine responses. [...]

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The Huffington Post + The World Post | Ray Kurzweil: in the 2030s nanobots in our brains will make us god like

October 6, 2015

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The Huffington Post + The World Post — October 1, 2015 | Kathleen Miles

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Newsweek | I, Robot

May 16, 2009


Newsweek — May 16, 2009 | Daniel Lyons

Ray Kurzweil’s wildest dream is to be turned into a cyborg — a flesh-and-blood human enhanced with tiny embedded computers, a man-machine hybrid with billions of microscopic nanobots coursing through his bloodstream.… read more

Daily Tech | Google wins DARPA challenge to produce terminator-like robot

December 27, 2013

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Daily Tech — December 27, 2013 | Jason Mick

Google also has been acquiring talented roboticists in similar fashion. It picked up machine learning expert Professor Geoffrey Hinton, who coinvented the backpropagation and contrastive divergence training algorithms for neural networks.

Ray Kurzweil is among Google’s recent robotics-aimed additions. Ray Kurzweil, a famed proponent of a coming converged of artificial intelligence and humanity, was hired as a “Director of Engineering” at Google. [...]

The Press of Atlantic City | R&B star Janelle Monae brings new album and androids to Borgata

January 30, 2014

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The Press of Atlantic City — January 30, 2014 | Robert DiGiacomo

Janelle Monae plans to make a memorable first impression for her Atlantic City debut.

The androids serve as a vehicle through which Monae, whose work is influenced by futurist Ray Kurzweil and director Spike Jonze (Her), can explore societal issues, such as the marginalization of people of color, the poor and other oppressed minorities. [...]

The New York Times | Silicon Valley sharknado

July 8, 2014

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The New York Times — July 8, 2014 | Maureen Down

Ray Kurzweil, Google’s 66-year-old director of engineering, is running a Manhattan project to push AI to match human intelligence by 2029 and achieve his vision of “the singularity” — the moment when computers overtake human brains — by 2045. The robots will even be able to flirt, he says.

Kurzweil and Google will try to encode that information to “really try to teach it to

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The Dick Morris Show | Interview with Ray Kurzweil

September 25, 2013

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The Dick Morris Show — September 25, 2013 | Dick Morris

What will the future be like? On my radio show, I interviewed futurist Ray Kurzweil, winner of the National Science Award, and he tells us what the world will look like 10, 20, 30 years from now.

He says that the exponential increase in artificial intelligence and in miniaturization of technology will combine to radically change the human race, eventually taking tools like… read more

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