Business Insider | Five books celebrity life coach Tony Robbins thinks everyone should read

November 20, 2014

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Business Insider — November 20, 2014 | Richard Feloni

In his career as a life coach, Tony Robbins has worked with a wide range of powerful people, including President Bill Clinton, Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff, and hedge fund manager Paul Tudor Jones.

We spoke with him recently and asked him what books he recommends to anyone, regardless of where they are in their career.

The Singularity Is Near by Ray Kurzweil

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Collider | Executive Producers Jonah Nolan and Greg Plageman Talk Person of Interest season three, end of the series, real life parallels, future storyline

October 15, 2013

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Collider — October 15, 2013 | Steve Frosty Weintraub

An interview with hit show Person of Interest executive producers Jonah Nolan and Greg Plageman.

Steve Frosty Weintraub: Given that the machine does seem to have a plan will viewers find out what that plan is by the time season three is over?

Jonah Nolan: Yeah, you’re talking about a higher order intelligence. There’s some big questions. I don’t know. It depends on the plan. The plan has… read more

Information Systems Audit & Control Association | Cybersecurity, the singularity and the rise of the silicon based life form

July 16, 2015

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Information Systems Audit & Control Association — July 16, 2015 | Jeff Hudson

The singularity, a term coined by science fiction writer Vernor Vinge and popularized by futurist Ray Kurzweil, strikes fear into some of those familiar with artificial intelligence.

Simply put, The singularity will come to pass once artificial intelligence surpasses human intelligence.

Those that fear the singularity worry that we will create an artificial life form to do our bidding, which will, in an ironic twist, rise up and… read more

NPR "Talk of the Nation" | New defense technologies, operating system update

November 2, 2001

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NPR "Talk of the Nation" — November 2, 2001

What new technologies will be developed to defeat terrorism? Ray Kurzweil, David Pogue and Nate Lewis discuss a new iniative designed to spur entrepreneurs into developing creative solutions.… read more

The New York Times | Why do we need predictions? Technology 25 years hence

December 27, 2010

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The New York Times — December 27, 2010 | Ray Kurzweil

Thirty years ago, I realized that timing was the key to success as an inventor. Most inventions fail because the timing is wrong — the innovation needs to make sense for the world that will exist when the project is finished.

Consider how quickly the world changes; just a few years ago, most people didn’t use social networks, wikis or blogs. As an engineer, I gathered a lot of… read more

The Wall Street Journal: Japan | Report by New York correspondent Misako Hida: computers surpass human intelligence, ‘Singularity’

March 4, 2011

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The Wall Street Journal: Japan — March 4, 2011 | Misako Hida

In 2045, artificial intelligence (AI) will come to dominate the planet. Computers will surpass human intelligence — this is the “Singularity.” Limits like biological aging and disease will be surpassed — even death will no longer be seen as a restriction to human life. Leading futurist, inventor, entrepreneur, and best-selling author Ray Kurzweil (63) is confident that [...]

The Washington Post | The case for old entrepreneurs

December 2, 2011

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The Washington Post — December 2, 2011 | Vivek Wadhwa

Do people stop being creative as they reach middle age? Henry Ford introduced the Model T when he was 45. Sam Walton built Walmart in his mid-40s.

Some of the most creative people of the century were also not young. Ray Kurzweil published The Singularity Is Near in his 50s; Alfred Hitchcock directed Vertigo when he was 59; Frank Lloyd Wright built his architectural masterpiece, Fallingwater, when he was 68.… read more

PRWeb | Life extension for all — Global Future Congress announces ‘Avatar’

February 22, 2012

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PRWeb — February 22, 2012

The first Global Future Congress 2045 (GF2045) was held on Feb.17-20 in Moscow, where 56 world leading physicists, biologists, anthropologists, sociologists, psychologists and philosophers met to discuss breakthroughs in life extension technologies and draft a resolution to the United Nations setting the radical lengthening of human lifespan and the creation of avatars as a priority for the preservation of humankind.

About 500 people attended the three-day… read more

AME Info | Experts predict the future in Abu Dhabi

September 19, 2012

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AME Info — September 19, 2012

Two highly distinguished U.S. scientists shared their vision of mankind’s future at Abu Dhabi’s Manarat Al Saadiyat yesterday in a talk titled “What does the future look like?”, as part of the Muntada Program 2012 series of special lectures.

Speaking to a packed hall, inventor and futurist Ray Kurzweil, author of The Singularity Is Near, and Dr. Michio Kaku, Professor of Theoretical Physics

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USA Today | How to Create a Mind by Ray Kurzweil #56 on USA Today Best-Selling Books list

November 22, 2012

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USA Today — November 22, 2012

How to Create a Mind by Ray Kurzweil: #56 on USA Today’s Best-Selling Books list for the week of November 22, 2012.

 

 

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