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Business Wire | Rudy Giuliani and Ray Kurzweil to keynote JDA FOCUS 2013

February 28, 2013

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Source: Business Wire — February 28, 2013

Annual user’s conference to showcase proven solutions and leading practices in supply chain, retail merchandising, store operations and all-channel commerce. JDA Software Group, Inc., The Supply Chain Company, today announced that Rudy Giuliani, 107th Mayor of New York City (1993 – 2001), and Ray Kurzweil, one of the world’s leading inventors, thinkers and futurists, will keynote JDA FOCUS 2013, May 5-8 at the Orlando World Center Marriott… read more

The Orion | Google engineer talks tech

April 16, 2013

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Source: The Orion — April 16, 2013 | Christine Lee

Inventor, author and director of engineering at Google, Ray Kurzweil lectured about how advancing technology impacts business, the economy and society.

Kurzweil presented a brief biography of himself, then dove right into his lecture, which highlighted the impacts of technology and how students can become successful inventing with technology today. Kurzweil first points out the significant changes in technology by pulling out his cell phone, which was strapped… read more

Phoenix New Times | Ra Ra Riot on lineup changes, the singularity, and Blade Runner

May 9, 2013

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Source: Phoenix New Times — May 9, 2013 | Chris Parker

Up on the Sun: I understand the new album, Beta Love, is informed by thoughts on the nature and evolution of technology and humanity.

Wes Miles: Yeah, a lot of it comes from a book that Matt [Santos, bassist] started reading first when we were recording The Orchard, Ray Kurzweil’s The Singularity Is Near.

At that point, we started talking more about it and thinking about what… read more

TED | Hacked: The speakers in session 8 of TED 2014

March 21, 2014

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What does a hacked future look like? What will our bodies and minds be capable as bioengineering becomes more and more ubiquitous? In session 8 of TED 2014, speakers take on the hacked world of tomorrow.

Ray Kurzweil is an engineer who has radically advanced the fields of speech, text, and audio technology. He is revered for his dizzying — yet convincing — writing on the advance of… read more

BostInno | Let’s geek out 8 standout sessions scheduled for Google I/O

June 26, 2014

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Source: BostInno — June 23, 2014 | Gillis Bernard

One of the most-highly anticipated developer events of the year is Google I/O.

Hot sessions. Head to Google director of engineering Ray Kurzweil’s session on “Biologically Inspired Models of Intelligence” to learn that, “by extending our minds with our intelligent technology that we can overcome humanity’s grand challenges.” [...]

Wired | Kurzweil’s law

November 6, 2001

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Source: Wired — April 2001 | Paul Boutin

Change is accelerating. And so is the acceleration. Say good-bye to the future as we know it.… read more

JavaOne Conference Proceedings | Kurzweil keynote transcript for Oracle’s 2010 JavaOne Conference

September 23, 2010

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Source: JavaOne Conference Proceedings — September 23, 2010

Also see the JavaOne wrap-up article: Extreme Technologies at an Extreme Event: The 2010 JavaOne Conference was rich in ideas, innovation, and entertainment.”

Transcript of Ray Kurzweil keynote for Oracle’s JavaOne Conference 2010: “The Age of Embedded Computing, Everywhere.”

I started using computers in 1960, that is 50 years ago. I was 12 years old. That’s not so amazing today, but it was… read more

Ubiquity | ACM Ubiquity interviews Ray Kurzweil

January 11, 2006

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Source: Ubiquity — January 11, 2006 | John Gehl

UBIQUITY: How is the new book doing?

KURZWEIL: Very well. It’s in its fourth printing, and has been number one both in science and in philosophy on Amazon.

UBIQUITY: It’s an amazing, magisterial piece of work.

KURZWEIL: Thanks, I appreciate that.

UBIQUITY: Why don’t you talk a little bit about the notion of “singularity”? Set the premise for us.

KURZWEIL: Sure. It’s actually a complicated premise, but there… read more

Foreign Policy | The FP top 100 global thinkers

November 30, 2009

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Source: Foreign Policy — November 30, 2009

From the brains behind Iran’s Green Revolution to the economic Cassandra who actually did have a crystal ball, they had the big ideas that shaped our world in 2009. Read on to see the 100 minds that mattered most in the year that was.

71. Ray Kurzweil — for advancing the technology of eternal life.

FUTURIST | NORTH ANDOVER, MASS.

By 2045, the differences… read more

Business Insider | Google is working on a search system that can understand your emotions

April 25, 2013

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Source: Business Insider — April 25, 2013 | Megan Rose Dickey

Futurist Ray Kurzweil has some ambitious plans for search at Google.

Kurzweil, who joined Google at the end of last year as director of engineering, became famous for creating the first text-to-speech software. He’s also been called “the ultimate thinking machine.”

Now, he’s bringing his ultimate thinking machine to Google, where he’s working on a system that can truly understand natural language.

“Search has moved beyond just finding keywords,… read more

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