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MessagePosté le: Mar 16 Déc - 16:03 (2014)    Sujet du message: MOSQUITOS - VIRUS/DEATH WEAPON? Répondre en citant

MOSQUITOS - VIRUS/DEATH WEAPON?

CYBORG BEETLES TO BE THE US MILITARY'S LATEST WEAPON

VIDEO : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_i-_1QdY2Zc&feature=related

INSECT-SPYING TECHNOLOGY TOPS MILITARY ENTOMOLOGY WISH LIST
http://www.nextgov.com/health/2012/05/insect-spying-technology-tops-militar…

FDA TURNS SOUTH FLORIDIANS INTO HUMAN GUINEA PIGS
http://www.anh-usa.org/fda-turns-south-floridians-into-human-guinea-pigs/

DES MILLIONS DE MOUSTIQUES OGM SUR LE POINT D'ÊTRE LÂCHES DANS LA NATURE AU BRESIL
http://lesmoutonsenrages.fr/2014/04/16/des-millions-de-moustiques-ogm-sur-l…

DENGUE : UN MOUSTIQUE TRANSGENIQUE AUTORISE AU BRESIL

http://www.topsante.com/medecine/sante-et-voyage/maladies-tropicales/preven…

FEARS THAT TIGER MOSQUITO COULD SPREAD DENGUE IN FRANCE
http://www.france24.com/en/20140807-fears-tiger-mosquito-could-spread-dengu…

DESIGN WORLD’S AIR FORCE BUGBOTS : MICRO AIR VEHICLE (MAVs); URBAN WARFARE

http://vaticanassassins.org/2013/07/06/design-worlds-air-force-bugbots-micr…

DEADLY EEE VIRUS DETECTED IN MOSQUITOS IN MASSACHUSETTS
VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B5cu7mKFcfk

GENETICALLY MODIFIED MOSQUITOES TO COMBAT DENGUE IN BRAZIL
VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Csq5G6qd_wQ



UPDATE

GM MOSQUITOES INCREASE SPREAD OF DENGUE FEVER IN BRAZILIAN TOWN, CAUSING STATE OF EMERGENCY TO BE RENEWED

Friday, August 29, 2014 by: Jonathan Benson, staff writer
Tags: GM mosquitoes, dengue fever, Brazil

(NaturalNews) Transgenic insects developed by a British company as the solution to dengue fever in the Third World are causing the debilitating disease to spread even worse, according to new reports. Genetically modified (GM) mosquitoes developed by Oxitec have sparked an outbreak of dengue fever in Brazil so severe that officials have had to renew a state of emergency declaring the situation to be a "biological disaster."

The GM mosquitoes were released by Oxitec under commercial approval by Brazil's regulatory commission CTNBio, which ignored evidence showing that the insects, branded as OX513, could intensify the spread of dengue fever. CTNBio's commission ultimately approved the GM mosquitoes anyway, which, as predicted, has caused a nightmarish situation that is possibly irreversible.

In the Brazilian towns where OX513 mosquitoes have been released, rates of dengue fever have spiked dramatically, prompting the decree of a state of emergency. According to reports, the decree was issued "due to the abnormal situation characterized as a biological disaster of dengue epidemic," reiterating what some CTNBio members had said from the start.

Prior to their approval, OX513 mosquitoes had been determined to potentially lead to higher rates of dengue fever. After eliminating the target species, warned experts, OX513 mosquitoes leave an "ecological niche" that could allow other invasive mosquito species to take their place, furthering the spread of dengue.

"The large-scale release of OX513A, altering the reproductive performance of the Aedes aegypti, can trigger a population explosion of other vectors, with implications for adaptive dengue virus mechanisms in epidemiological terms and consequences for public health," pointed out several CTNBio members opposed to OX513's approval in a recent paper to the commission.

"[T]he almost complete [suppression] of local populations of A. aegypti by the OX513A will possibly cause migration flows in local populations of A. albopictus, compromising the disease-reduction goal, for the simple fact that a new vector of the disease will occupy the ecological niche that was abruptly abandoned by the main competitor," it adds.

The full paper is available here:
ASPTA.org.br.

Oxitec now planning to bring OX513 to India


Despite these findings, Oxitec is still moving forward with plans to introduce OX513 mosquitoes into India, its next target market. British Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg is reportedly cozying up to Indian regulators in a bid to bring the GM mosquitoes to rural areas of the country that are stricken with dengue fever, even though methods of controlling the disease that do not involve GMOs already exist and have been shown to be effective.

One such method is Anti-Dengue Mosquito Trap technology developed by Filipino firm Maynilad Water Services, Inc. According to GMA News Online, Maynilad's traps are so effective that the company was recently awarded a Bronze Lion for Health and Wellness at the Lions Health Awards in Cannes, France.

A do-it-yourself guide for constructing these simple traps is available here:
http://www.gmanetwork.com.

"The commercial release of OX513A... presents relevant and irreversible risks for both health and environment, whose probability of occurrence ranges from high to moderate," concluded the report presented to CTNBio in opposition to the GM mosquito approach.

...http://www.naturalnews.com/046656_gm_mosquitoes_dengue_fever_brazil.html#ix…

http://www.naturalnews.com/046656_gm_mosquitoes_dengue_fever_brazil.html

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UNAPPROVED GM MOSQUITOES BEING SHIPPED TO US FOR RELEASE NOW


December 15, 2014

Are you aware that genetically modified mosquitoes are being set for release worldwide? Right after GM mosquitoes were let loose in Brazil, dengue fever cases spiked. Now, the Florida Keys are in danger of facing a similar fate. The mosquitoes haven’t even been officially approved, but Oxitec, the British company who created the mosquitoes, has already shipped them to Florida. The only hope is a very vocal grassroots effort to tell the Governor of Florida that these mosquitoes will ruin tourism and possibly turn the natural ecosystem there on its head.

The GM mosquitoes could be released in the Keys as early January or February of next year. Though the approval process is still underway, Oxitec is so sure they will have its way that it shipped the mosquitoes in anticipation.

...

http://naturalsociety.com/unapproved-gm-mosquitoes-shipped-florida-release-…

MILLIONS OF GMO INSECTS COULD BE RELEASED IN FLORIDA KEYS

Jan 25, 8:24 PM EST

By JENNIFER KAY
Associated Press



KEY WEST, Fla. (AP) -- Millions of genetically modified mosquitoes could be released in the Florida Keys if British researchers win approval to use the bugs against two extremely painful viral diseases.

Never before have insects with modified DNA come so close to being set loose in a residential U.S. neighborhood.

"This is essentially using a mosquito as a drug to cure disease," said Michael Doyle, executive director of the Florida Keys Mosquito Control District, which is waiting to hear if the Food and Drug Administration will allow the experiment.

Dengue and chikungunya are growing threats in the U.S., but some people are more frightened at the thought of being bitten by a genetically modified organism. More than 130,000 people signed a Change.org petition against the experiment....

http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/US_MODIFIED_MOSQUITOES_ABRIDGED?SITE… 


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MessagePosté le: Lun 29 Déc - 00:43 (2014)    Sujet du message: LA RUSSIE VEUT CONSTRUIRE L'"ARCHE DE NOË" DE L'ADN DU VIVANT / NOAH'S ARK': RUSSIA TO BUILD WORLD'S FIRST DNA DATABANK OF ALL LIVING THINGS! Répondre en citant

LA RUSSIE VEUT CONSTRUIRE L'"ARCHE DE NOË" DE L'ADN DU VIVANT

26 décembre 2014 4:00 ·

L’université d’Etat de Moscou vient de se voir remettre la seconde subvention publique la plus importante de tous les temps : 194 millions de dollars, pour recueillir l’ADN de tous les êtres vivants et les conserver dans une banque de données unique en son genre, une « arche » de 430 km2 qui trouvera place sur le campus de l’université.

Les matériaux cellulaires y seront conservés par cryogénation, et devront pouvoir servir à la reproduction ; l’« arche » conservera aussi des systèmes d’information.
 
Le projet rassemblera des matériaux en provenance du Jardin botanique, du Musée zoologique et même du Musée anthropologique.


http://reinformation.tv/russie-construire-arche-noe-adn-vivant/

NOAH'S ARK': RUSSIA TO BUILD WORLD'S FIRST DNA DATABANK OF ALL LIVING THINGS!

Not a good thing as we know how they now corrupt the good seed in all ways, as the time of Noah. Mormon also collect DNA for years. Recreate new humanity by mixing the good and the bad seed?




VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JkDgY27xbCQhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nV2YjyQU4fY


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MessagePosté le: Mar 30 Déc - 04:05 (2014)    Sujet du message: DARPA'S AUTONOMOUS MICRODRONES DESIGNED TO PATROL INSIDE HOUSES Répondre en citant

DARPA'S AUTONOMOUS MICRODRONES DESIGNED TO PATROL INSIDE HOUSES

12/23/2014



by Nicholas West

As drone expert, P.W. Singer said, "At this point, it doesn't really matter if you are against the technology, because it's coming." According to Singer, "The miniaturization of drones is where it really gets interesting. You can use these things anywhere, put them anyplace, and the target will never even know they're being watched."

This has been the promise that the Air Force made quite clear in their video early last year about nanodrone tech that you can see below. According to the USAF, Micro Air Vehicles (MAVs), combined with the ability to harvest energy, will enable insect-sized drone swarms to be dropped from military aircraft to stay aloft for a prolonged amount of time, offering a host of functions, including assassination.



VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z78mgfKprdg

DARPA is now announcing a new wave of these microdrones under the Fast Lightweight Autonomy program. As the name indicates, they ideally would like humans to be completely removed from the control process.

For now, they clearly state "overseas" as the theater of operation, but it doesn't take much imagination to see how these microdrones could be applied in the U.S., especially amid an increasingly tense urban environment in the wake of confrontations with domestic police. And, as always, the tantalizing application in disaster relief paves the way for easy introduction.  

(My emphasis added in press release)

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DARPA aims to give small unmanned aerial vehicles advanced perception and autonomy to rapidly search buildings or other cluttered environments without teleoperation.

 
  
Military teams patrolling dangerous urban environments overseas and rescue teams responding to disasters such as earthquakes or floods currently rely on remotely piloted unmanned aerial vehicles to provide a bird’s-eye view of the situation and spot threats that can’t be seen from the ground. But to know what’s going on inside an unstable building or a threatening indoor space often requires physical entry, which can put troops or civilian response teams in danger.

To address these challenges, DARPA issued a Broad Agency Announcement solicitation today for the Fast Lightweight Autonomy (FLA) program. FLA focuses on creating a new class of algorithms to enable small, unmanned aerial vehicles to quickly navigate a labyrinth of rooms, stairways and corridors or other obstacle-filled environments without a remote pilot. The solicitation is available here: http://go.usa.gov/MGWx

The program aims to develop and demonstrate autonomous UAVs small enough to fit through an open window and able to fly at speeds up to 20 meters per second (45 miles per hour)—while navigating within complex indoor spaces independent of communication with outside operators or sensors and without reliance on GPS waypoints.

"Birds of prey and flying insects exhibit the kinds of capabilities we want for small UAVs," said Mark Micire, DARPA program manager. “Goshawks, for example, can fly very fast through a dense forest without smacking into a tree. Many insects, too, can dart and hover with incredible speed and precision. The goal of the FLA program is to explore non-traditional perception and autonomy methods that would give small UAVs the capacity to perform in a similar way, including an ability to easily navigate tight spaces at high speed and quickly recognize if it had already been in a room before.



VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_bXHLznnQmY

If successful, the algorithms developed in the program could enhance unmanned system capabilities by reducing the amount of processing power, communications, and human intervention needed for low-level tasks, such as navigation around obstacles in a cluttered environment. The initial focus is on UAVs, but advances made through the FLA program could potentially be applied to ground, marine and underwater systems, which could be especially useful in GPS-degraded or denied environments.

“Urban and disaster relief operations would be obvious key beneficiaries, but applications for this technology could extend to a wide variety of missions using small and large unmanned systems linked together with manned platforms as a system of systems,” said Stefanie Tompkins, director of DARPA’s Defense Sciences Office. “By enabling unmanned systems to learn ‘muscle memory’ and perception for basic tasks like avoiding obstacles, it would relieve overload and stress on human operators so they can focus on supervising the systems and executing the larger mission.”

Since the focus of the program is improving perception and reducing dependence on external sources—as opposed to designing new small UAVs—DARPA will provide performers selected for the program with the same small UAV testbed as government-furnished equipment.

http://www.techswarm.com/2014/12/darpas-autonomous-microdrones-designed.htm…


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MessagePosté le: Mer 31 Déc - 10:02 (2014)    Sujet du message: EXPOSED SATAN'S LAST DAYS HYBRID BREEDING PROGRAM PART 2 MAIN INTERVIEW Répondre en citant



PROJECT GENESIS

EXPOSED SATAN'S LAST DAYS HYBRID BREEDING PROGRAM PART 2 MAIN INTERVIEW


Including the testimony of a daughter of Queen Elizabeth



VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7t1NxkcQzRE

EXPOSED SATAN'S LAST DAYS HYBRID BREEDING PROGRAM PART 3 MAIN INTERVIEW CONTINUED 



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SATAN'S LAST DAYS HYBRID BREEDING PROGRAM : SESSION 2



VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VN5WI57w9Wo

SATAN'S LAST DAYS HYBRID BREEDING PROGRAM : SESSION 3



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1/3) LA TOUR DE BABEL - LE CHAINON MANQUANT TROUVE! - Par Maria



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MessagePosté le: Mer 21 Jan - 05:17 (2015)    Sujet du message: LA DIVERSITE GENETIQUE : UN INSTRUMENT DE LUTTE CONTRE LE CHANGEMENT CLIMATIQUE, SELON LA FAO Répondre en citant

LA DIVERSITE GENETIQUE : UN INSTRUMENT DE LUTTE CONTRE LE CHANGEMENT CLIMATIQUE, SELON LA FAO


Un champ de sorgho en Uruguay. Photo FAO/Sandro Cespoli

19 janvier 2015 – Alors que le changement climatique progresse à un rythme plus soutenu qu'initialement prévu, les ressources génétiques ont plus que jamais un rôle essentiel à jouer pour nourrir le monde et beaucoup reste à faire pour étudier, préserver et utiliser la biodiversité qui sous-tend la production alimentaire mondiale, indique un nouvel ouvrage publié lundi par l'Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture (FAO).

« Le temps ne joue pas en notre faveur », prévient la publication, intitulée « Faire face au changement climatique, le rôle des ressources génétiques pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture ». « Au cours des prochaines décennies, des millions de personnes dont les moyens d'existence et la sécurité alimentaire dépendent de l'agriculture, de l'aquaculture, de la pêche, de la sylviculture et de l'élevage seront probablement confrontées à des conditions climatiques sans précédent », peut-on notamment y lire.

Le livre soutient que le monde aura besoin de plantes cultivées, d'animaux d'élevage, d'essences forestières et d'organismes aquatiques capables de survivre, produire et se reproduire dans un climat changeant.

La capacité des plantes et des animaux d'élevage à résister aux conditions volatiles et à s'adapter aux changements de l'environnement est le résultat direct de leur diversité génétique, mais il convient de déployer des efforts plus importants pour étudier et utiliser cette diversité comme un véritable mécanisme d'adaptation et soutenir celui-ci par des politiques appropriées, préconise l'ouvrage.

« Dans un monde plus chaud où les conditions météorologiques seront plus dures et variables, les plantes et les animaux élevés pour l'alimentation devront avoir la capacité biologique de s'adapter plus rapidement que jamais auparavant », a déclaré la Directrice générale adjointe de la FAO, Maria-Helena Semedo, à l'occasion de la publication du livre.

« Le fait de prévenir de nouvelles pertes de ressources génétiques agricoles tout en attirant davantage l'attention sur l'étude de ces ressources et de leur potentiel renforcera la capacité du genre humain à s'adapter au changement climatique» », a-t-elle ajouté.

Une telle approche nécessitera la mise à jour des objectifs et des programmes d'élevage agricoles et, dans certains cas, l'introduction de variétés, races et espèces qui n'ont pas été élevées précédemment, indique l'ouvrage de la FAO. « Il est indispensable d'améliorer sur le terrain et dans les laboratoires les programmes de conservation des espèces domestiquées, des espèces sauvages apparentées et d'autres ressources génétiques sauvages importantes pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture tout en soutenant ces programmes par des politiques favorisant leur utilisation durable ».

« Nous devons renforcer le rôle des ressources génétiques et aider les agriculteurs, les pêcheurs et les forestiers à faire face au changement climatique », a expliqué la Secrétaire de la Commission des ressources génétiques de la FAO pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture, Linda Collette, qui a supervisé la publication.

Selon la publication, beaucoup de variétés et de races végétales et animales adaptées localement sont mal documentées et peuvent être perdues avant que leurs rôles potentiels dans l'adaptation au changement climatique ne soient reconnus.

« Il faut déployer des efforts pour éviter les pratiques qui détruisent la biodiversité ou minent la santé des écosystèmes agricoles comme, par exemple, l'utilisation d'insecticides à large spectre qui affectent les pollinisateurs », insiste notamment la nouvelle publication de la FAO.

http://www.un.org/apps/newsFr/storyF.asp?NewsID=34090#.VL8XVyyIyqg


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GENETICALLY MODIFIED CATTLE WITH HUMAN DNA MIGHT HOLD EBOLA CURE

Just an other lie from the pit of Hell to corrupt the human seed, the good seed.

By Maggie Fox

In a farm outside Sioux Falls, South Dakota, a herd of cloned, genetically engineered cattle are busy incubating antibodies against the Ebola virus.


Researchers hope the cattle - which certainly don't look like anything special - will produce gallons of blood plasma that could be used to treat people with the deadly virus, which has infected more than 21,000 people in West Africa and killed 8,500 of them.

"These animals produce very high levels of human antibody," said Eddie Sullivan, president and CEO of SAb Biotherapeutics, the company that developed the cattle.

The cattle have been genetically engineered with human DNA so that their bodies don't produce cattle antibodies but human antibodies. They're cloned to make a herd of genetically identical, part-human animals.

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"These animals produce very high levels of human antibody."



Then they are vaccinated against various deadly diseases such as Ebola. Their bodies produce antibodies in response to these vaccines, and the hope is these antibodies can be used to treat people with the diseases.

The approach is similar to the idea behind transfusing plasma from Ebola survivors into patients. No one knows if it is actually helping, but experiments are under way in Liberia and at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta to see if the blood of survivors might kick-start the immune response in a patient.

When a person or animal is infected, the body produces antibodies and immune cells to fight the invading germs. The human immune system is especially advanced and can produce both antibodies and immune cells called T-cells that "remember" a previous infection and can often prevent a second infection by the same germ.

Many Ebola patients have been transfused with either whole blood or serum, which has the red blood cells removed. No one knows if it has helped but doctors hope it does.

Ebola survivor Dr. Kent Brantly has to date given more than a gallon of his own blood plasma for such treatments.

Using cattle might make the project larger-scale. "From these animals, we can collect 30 to 60 liters of plasma each month," Sullivan told NBC News. "That translates into something between 500 to 1,000 human doses per month per animal."

The company, working in partnership with the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID), has been testing the approach against hantavirus, a rare killer virus that causes regular outbreaks, including one that killed three campers at Yosemite National Park in 2012.

Experiments using an Ebola vaccine were fast-tracked when the epidemic broke out in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea last year.

"It's not a given that this is going to work for Ebola," said Connie Schmaljohn, a senior research scientist at USAMRIID who's working on both the hantavirus and Ebola projects.

First, the cattle are vaccinated against Ebola, using what's called a DNA vaccine. Then, plasma is removed and the antibodies taken out of the plasma. The antibodies - which are identical to human antibodies - are shipped to USAMRIID labs in Fort Detrick, Maryland for testing.

There, a team has worked in a level 4 biosafety lab - the highest level of biosecurity - to first infect mice with Ebola virus, then dose them with antibodies.

"The first mouse studies have shown we can protect mice one day after they been infected but not two days after they have been infected with a single dose," Schmaljohn told NBC News. Now, the team is giving the mice a dose a day to see if that helps.

"Ebola is a much tougher virus to protect against than hantaviruses are," Schmaljohn said. "It is a faster replicating virus. It is more virulent. It is more lethal to humans." While hantaviruses kill between 5 and 10 percent of victims, Ebola viruses kill 50 to 90 percent.

The next step will be to test the approach in monkeys. But if it works, it could be quickly deployed for testing in people, Schmaljohn says.

"These are fully human antibodies and they can make them under GMP (good manufacturing practice) conditions so they could go right into people," Schmaljohn said.

There are many questions about the approach. It's not even clear if human antibodies from human Ebola survivors help patients. The antibodies produced by vaccination will almost certainly be different - probably more limited in range, Schmaljohn said.

That's because the immune system recognizes various pieces of an invader. These bits and pieces, called antigens, can be numerous, and it's not always clear which is the "best" one for fighting off infection.

"The human convalescent plasma has antibodies against more antigens," Schmaljohn said. "Ours could be better - or it could be not as good."

Plus, the antibodies alone might not be enough. Blood also contains the T-cells and other immune system cells. But the cattle don't produce human blood, so their plasma cannot be transfused into human patients.

Makers of the experimental drug ZMapp have taken a different tack, using three lab-engineered antibodies that specifically target Ebola. ZMapp's been tried in just a handful of people but in tests in monkeys, it's been shown to work well.
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"These animals are very unique, as you can imagine."




The cattle - black and white Holstein-Jersey crossbreeds - are kept on a farm in Iowa, just across the border from Sioux Falls. "Right now we have 50," said Sullivan.

"They are fairly expensive to make. These animals are very unique, as you can imagine."

The technology used to make the cattle dates back to 1998, when cloning techniques were just being perfected for farm animals. Dolly the cloned sheep, the first animal cloned from an adult mammal, was born in 1996.

Only about 10 percent of the cattle embryos survive as calves, so each one is precious.

But their fully human immune systems mean they could be a gold mine for treatments, if the approach works. The company is working to produce antibodies to various strains of influenza, as well as to Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS), which has infected 948 people and killed at least 349 of them, according to the World Health Organization.

First published January 19th 2015, 11:02 am

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NEW STUDY WILL HELP RESEARCHERS CHANGE FACE OF MILITARY TRAINING

Story Number: NNS150128-14Release Date: 1/28/2015 2:36:00 PM

By Eric Beidel, Office of Naval Research Public Affairs

ARLINGTON, Va. (NNS) -- The Office of Naval Research (ONR) this week launched a study that could lead to breakthroughs in creating the next-generation of avatars, robots and other human surrogates for military training.

The study is being carried out at the University of Central Florida (UCF), where a human surrogate will greet and interact with people passing through the lobby of the university's Institute for Simulation and Training. The human surrogate will be controlled by a human operator in another location.

The "lobby greeter" study at UCF will last for several weeks. When it is over, researchers will use what they have learned to demonstrate the use of surrogates in more complex situations that require a greater amount of interaction.

The experiment is part of ONR's Human Surrogate Interaction program, a three-year investigation into how humans interact with virtual (avatars), physical (animatronics), and other types of surrogates.

Findings will help officials determine how best to use these surrogates in military training systems, such as the Infantry Immersion Trainer, a former tomato-packing plant that ONR and the Marine Corps transformed into a state-of-the-art urban training facility at Camp Pendleton, California.

The program underscores the commitment of the Marine Corps to training and education as described in the service's Science and Technology Strategic Plan. Training and education also are at the heart of research to enhance warfighter performance, one of ONR's key technology focus areas.

"Marine Corps training concepts continue to merge virtual and live components to create the most realistic, effective and affordable training for Marines," said Dr. Peter Squire, ONR program officer. "The way people react to and interact with the different surrogates in this study is crucial to understanding how we can improve our military training systems."

As part of this research ONR is supporting the development of a system called AMITIES (Avatar Mediated Interactive Training and Individualized Experience System) a framework that enables actors to "inhabit" and control various types of surrogates. A combination of voice modulation, artificial intelligence, network protocols and human control opens up a world of training possibilities, researchers say.

With AMITIES, multiple surrogates can be controlled by a single human using a specialized handheld user interface and head-tracking software. The human controller can be anywhere, and can rapidly switch between characters and training sites as needed.

The technology helps reduce the cost and logistics burden of finding and hiring human actors to fill each individual role in training scenarios.

"If human role players are not available because of cost or other reasons, this research will help us understand the type of surrogate to replace them with so that the level of training is not diminished," Squire said.

One example of a human surrogate is a humanoid robot. These types of surrogates can change facial appearance and behavior to represent people of different races, genders and personalities. During a recent demonstration, an actor used a robot with AMITIES to play the part of a local villager in Afghanistan seeking compensation for goats that had been killed. ONR's technology has also been demonstrated in Sexual Assault Prevention and Response training scenarios, with a virtual surrogate taking on the characteristics of a victim or aggressor.

Experts will be on hand to discuss a range of ONR training technologies at the Naval Future Force Science and Technology EXPO in Washington, D.C., on Feb. 4-5.

The EXPO is the Navy's premier event to share information, discuss research opportunities and build science and technology partnerships between the Navy and Marine Corps, industry and academia. Formerly titled the Science and Technology Partnership Conference, the biennial event draws thousands of attendees from around the world.

For more information about the Naval Future Force Science and Technology EXPO and to register, visit: http://www.onr.navy.mil/Conference-Event-ONR/Future-Force-Expo.aspx .

ONR provides the science and technology necessary to maintain the Navy and Marine Corps' technological advantage. Through its affiliates, ONR is a leader in science and technology with engagement in 50 states, 70 countries, 1,035 institutions of higher learning and 914 industry partners. ONR employs more than 1,000 people, comprising uniformed, civilian and contract personnel, with additional employees at the Naval Research Lab in Washington, D.C.

For more news from Office of Naval Research, visit www.navy.mil/local/onr/.

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BILL GATES : OUI, LES ROBOTS VONT VRAIMENT VOUS REMPLACER

Ce n'est pas pour rien que la fondation Bill Gates et GAVI vaccinent autant avec tous leurs poisons. Leur but est l'extermination pur et simple de l'ensemble de la population pour les remplacer par des robots et une classe humaine minimale micropucée qui sera esclave de cette élite globale. Ces serviteurs de Lucifer savent très bien ce qu'ils font et devront, un jour, rendre des comptes devant le grand Je Suis. 

par Ben,

Comme beaucoup d’autres, Bill Gates reste persuadé que de nombreux emplois sont voués à être assurés non plus par des humains, mais par des robots. Et ce bien plus tôt qu’on pourrait le penser !



 
Pour faire suite à cette étude relayée par Bloomberg, qui listait les emplois « menacés » par l’amélioration constante des robots et de leur IA, voici une déclaration faite par Bill Gates la semaine passée lors d’une session organisée par le « think tank » The American Enterprise Institute :
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« La substitution logicielle, qu’elle serve aux conducteurs, aux serveurs ou aux infirmières, évolue. Au fil du temps, la technologie va faire chuter la demande pour ces emplois, et plus particulièrement en ce qui concerne les emplois peu qualifiés. D’ici à 20 ans, la demande de main-d’œuvre pour beaucoup de secteurs sera très inférieure. Je ne pense pas que les gens l’établissent dans leur modèle mental. »



Pour revenir sur l’étude publiée par Bloomberg, elle laissait entendre que les agents de crédits, les réceptionnistes, les parajuristes, les vendeurs, les chauffeurs de taxi, les barmans, les employés de fast-food ou encore les musiciens et les chanteurs étaient les plus menacés par l’avènement des logiciels-robots.

Via businessinsider

Source : Gizmodo, le 17 Mars 2014

Publié le mars 17, 2014 dans Apocalypse, La Bourse & L'Economie, Monde, Robotique, Science, Société & Culture.

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MAKING SAILORS 'SAFFiR' - NAVY UNVEILS FIREFIGHTING ROBOT PROTOTYPE AT NAVAL TECH EXPO 


141106-N-PO203-226 MOBILE, Ala. (Nov. 6, 2014) The Office of Naval Research-sponsored Shipboard Autonomous Firefighting Robot (SAFFiR) undergoes testing aboard the Naval Research Laboratory's ex-USS Shadwell in Mobile, Ala. SAFFiR is a bipedal humanoid robot being developed to assist Sailors with damage control and inspection operations aboard naval vessels. (U.S. Navy photo by John F. Williams/Released)

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Story Number: NNS150204-13Release Date: 2/4/2015 4:02:00 PM 

By Tammy White, Office of Naval Research Public Affairs

WASHINGTON (NNS) -- Scientists unveiled a firefighting robot prototype Feb. 4 at the Naval Future Force Science & Technology EXPO, revealing details about its successful demonstrations last fall.

The Shipboard Autonomous Firefighting Robot (SAFFiR), sponsored by the Office of Naval Research (ONR), walked across uneven floors, used thermal imaging to identify overheated equipment, and used a hose to extinguish a small fire in a series of experiments Nov. 3-5, 2014 aboard the USS Shadwell, a decommissioned Navy vessel.

Developed by researchers at Virginia Tech, the two-legged, or bipedal, humanoid robot is helping ONR evaluate the applications of unmanned systems in damage control and inspections aboard naval vessels, supporting the autonomy and unmanned systems focus area in the Navy's Science and Technology Strategy.

"We set out to build and demonstrate a humanoid capable of mobility aboard a ship, manipulating doors and fire hoses, and equipped with sensors to see and navigate through smoke," said Dr. Thomas McKenna, ONR program manager for human-robot interaction and cognitive neuroscience. "The long-term goal is to keep Sailors from the danger of direct exposure to fire."

SAFFiR stands 5 feet 10 inches and weighs 143 pounds. The unique mechanism design on the robot equips it with super-human range of motion to maneuver in complex spaces.

"Balancing on any type of terrain that's unstable - especially for bipedal robots - is very difficult," said Brian Lattimer, associate professor for mechanical engineering at Virginia Tech. "Whole-body momentum control allows for the robot to optimize the locations of all of its joints so that it maintains its center of mass on uncertain and unstable surfaces."

Sensors, including infrared stereovision and a rotating laser for light detection and ranging (LIDAR), enable the humanoid to see through dense smoke. It is programmed to take measured steps and handle hoses on his own, but for now, takes his instruction from researchers at computer console.

"The robot has the ability to do autonomous tasks, but we have a human in the loop to allow an operator to intervene in any type of task that the robot's doing," Lattimer said.

McKenna plans to sponsor a more advanced design as part of the long-term investigational research program. Blueprints include equipping the robot with enhanced intelligence, communications capabilities, speed, computing power and battery life for extended applications.

"We have taken a look at other kinds of sensors that you can put on these robots," he said. "For instance, a bipedal robot could be configured to take shipboard measurements, scan for corrosion and leaks, and identify changes to the shape of the room from its original configuration. By taking on these time-consuming tasks, SAFFiR could free up Sailors for jobs that more fully take advantage of their training and technical skillsets."

Even with added intelligence, however, SAFFiR will take its instruction from Sailors and "fire bosses" working remotely in the event of a fire or other dangerous event.

"We're working toward human-robot teams" McKenna said. "It's what we call the hybrid force: humans and robots working together."

ONR provides the science and technology necessary to maintain the Navy and Marine Corps' technological advantage. Through its affiliates, ONR is a leader in science and technology with engagement in 50 states, 70 countries, 1,035 institutions of higher learning and 914 industry partners. ONR employs more than 1,000 people, comprising uniformed, civilian and contract personnel, with additional employees at the Naval Research Lab in Washington, D.C.

For more news from Office of Naval Research, visit www.navy.mil/local/onr/.

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ARCODEAUS NEWS - MIND CLONES!!!! ROBOT MONGRELS



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MessagePosté le: Jeu 19 Fév - 07:55 (2015)    Sujet du message: DARPA DEVELOPS IMPLANT WITH “TERMINATOR” VISION: “PLUGS DIRECTLY INTO A PERSON'S DNA AND VISUAL CORTEX” Répondre en citant

DARPA DEVELOPS IMPLANT WITH “TERMINATOR” VISION: “PLUGS DIRECTLY INTO A PERSON'S DNA AND VISUAL CORTEX”

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For now, the technology is in “crude” form undergoing R&D through animal testing, specifically with the neural connections of a zebrafish.

In the longer term, DARPA researchers (the Pentagon’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) believes the gene modifying optical technology will be able to restore vision to the blind and impaired, and replaced current conceptions of virtual reality, with an internal display that will provide vital stats and more about the target, err, object in view.
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According to CNET, the DARPA boffins are reportedly working on a device known as a ‘cortical modem’ that plugs directly into a person’s DNA and visual cortex. Not only does this unique device help someone overcome blindness or poor eyesight, it generates a built-in heads-up display (HUD) that appears right in before their very eyes.

The implants create an augmented reality projection that appears like magic in your natural vision and without the need for helmets or special eyeglasses. (source)



The visual overlay could be developed, as in the Schwarzenegger “Terminator” films, like an automatic panel of information that meshes seamlessly with the real world, or it could integrate interactive “Minority Report”-style panels, but internally. Regardless, the implications are fantastic, and perhaps, unsettling.

Though it is hardly the first DARPA foray into brain implants, this technology represents a new breakthrough, as it requires modification to a person’s DNA, an application of optogenetics that bypasses our natural visual sensory system and makes use of what is, for now anyway, a simple $10 devices that produces the LED-like display:
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“The implications of this project are astounding,” wrote Peter Rothman of Humanity+ Magazine, who was in attendance at the event. “First, this technology could be used to restore sensory function to individuals who simply can’t be treated with current approaches. Second, the device could replace all virtual reality and augmented reality displays.”

Bypassing the visual sensory system entirely, a cortical modem can directly display into the visual cortex enabling a sort of virtual overlay on the real world,” he added. “Moreover, the optogenetics approach allows both reading and writing of information. So we can imagine at least a device in which virtual objects appear well integrated into our perceived world.” (source)



Researchers believe that, though still far from completion, this would make science fiction tech possible, even opening the door to telekinesis and telepathy:
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The possibilities go even further, though, Rothman said. The cortical modem could potentially make electronic telepathy and telekinesis possible, and could make the neural interfaces made popular by science fiction writer’s a reality. Those advances are still a long way off, however, as the cortical modem in its current form is still, in Rothman’s words, a “crude” device.



While it might be billed as an incredible cure for blindness, the implications for the military battlefield are immense.

As many dystopic films and futurists like Ray Kurzweil have long predicted, these neural implants, modifications and “upgrades” are ripe for the making of super-soldiers, capable of making human warriors more-human-than-human and capable of given autonomous robots and AI computers a lopsided advantage against conventional enemies in any conflict.

Before you daydream about the “cool” visions of the future to be, keep in mind that the computer geeks have once again warned that the rise of AI and nanotechnology literally threatens the survival of civilization. A Global Challenges Foundation report was concerned about the extinction of the human race and a coming mass unemployment of the human workforce:
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“Such extreme intelligences could not easily be controlled (either by the groups creating them, or by some international regulatory regime), and would probably act to boost their own intelligence and acquire maximal resources for almost all initial AI motivations,” suggest authors Dennis Pamlin and Stuart Armstrong.

“And if these motivations do not detail the survival and value of humanity, the intelligence will be driven to construct a world without humans. This makes extremely intelligent AIs a unique risk, in that extinction is more likely than lesser impacts.”

The report also warns of the risk that “economic collapse may follow from mass unemployment as humans are replaced by copyable human capital”, and expresses concern at the prospect of AI being used for warfare: “An AI arms race could result in AIs being constructed with pernicious goals or lack of safety precautions.”


So what is closer on the horizon: the end of life as we know it, or the next big thing?

http://www.shtfplan.com/forecasting/darpa-develops-implant-with-terminator-…


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HUMANS–RESISTANCE IS FUTILE, YOU WILL BE ASSIMILATED, AND 666 IS JUST THE BEGINNING OF YOUR DEMISE 

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February 19, 2015 by SkyWatch Editor



DARPA, the Defense Research Projects Agency, is perhaps best known for its role as progenitors of the computer networking and the Internet. Formed in the wake of the Soviet Union’s surprise launch of Sputnik, DARPA’s objective was to ensure that the United States would avoid technological surprises in the future.

This role was later expanded to causing technological surprises as well. And although DARPA is and has been the leading source of funding for artificial intelligence and a number of other transhumanist projects, they’ve been missing in action for a while. Nothing DARPA has worked on since seems to have had the societal impact of the invention of the Internet. But that is about to change.

The current director of DARPA is Dr. Arati Prabhakar. She is the second female director of the organization, following the previous and controversial director Regina Dugan who left the government to work at Google. The return to big visions and big adventures was apparent and in stark contrast to Dugan’s leadership of the organization. Quoted in WIRED, Dugan had, for example, stated that “There is a time and a place for daydreaming. But it is not at DARPA,” and she told a congressional panel in March 2011, “Darpa is not the place of dreamlike musings or fantasies, not a place for self-indulging in wishes and hopes.

DARPA is a place of doing.” Those days are gone. DARPA’s new vision is simply to revolutionize the human situation and it is fully transhumanist in its approach. (READ MORE)

http://skywatchtv.com/2015/02/19/darpa-developing-game-changers-big-vision-new-forms-humans-resistance-futile-will-assimilated-666-just-beginning-demise/


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BIOLOGY IS TECHNOLOGY — DARPA IS BACK IN THE GAME WITH A BIG VISION AND IT IS H+

February 15, 2015

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By: Peter Rothman

Introduction


DARPA, the Defense Research Projects Agency, is perhaps best known for its role as progenitors of the computer networking and the Internet. Formed in the wake of the Soviet Union’s surprise launch of Sputnik, DARPA’s objective was to ensure that the United States would avoid technological surprises in the future. This role was later expanded to causing technological surprises as well.

And although DARPA is and has been the leading source of funding for artificial intelligence and a number of other transhumanist projects, they’ve been missing in action for a while. Nothing DARPA has worked on since seems to have had the societal impact of the invention of the Internet. But that is about to change.

The current director of DARPA is Dr. Arati Prabhakar. She is the second female director of the organization, following the previous and controversial director Regina Dugan who left the government to work at Google. The return to big visions and big adventures was apparent and in stark contrast to Dugan’s leadership of the organization.

Quoted in WIRED, Dugan had, for example, stated that “There is a time and a place for daydreaming. But it is not at DARPA,” and she told a congressional panel in March 2011, “Darpa is not the place of dreamlike musings or fantasies, not a place for self-indulging in wishes and hopes. DARPA is a place of doing.”

Those days are gone. DARPA’s new vision is simply to revolutionize the human situation and it is fully transhumanist in its approach.

The Biological Technologies Office or BTO was announced with little fanfare in the spring of 2014. This announcement didn’t get that much attention, perhaps because the press release announcing the BTO was published on April Fool’s Day.

But DARPA is determined to turn that around, and to help make that happen, they held a two day event in the SIlicon Valley area to facilitate and communicate about radical changes ahead in the area of biotechnologies. Invitees included some of the top biotechnology scientists in the world. And the audience was a mixed group of scientists, engineers, inventors, investors, futurists, along with a handful of government contractors and military personnel.

 Biology is Technology

I was lucky to be invited to this event because although I spend a large amount of time researching technology and science as related to the future, nothing prepared me for the scope of the DARPA vision. The ostensible purpose of the two day meeting was to introduce the DARPA Biotechnology Program Office and to connect program managers with innovators, investors, and scientists working in biotechnology and related disciplines. But really they were here to shake things up.


DARPA chief Dr. Arati Prabhakar interviewed GE’s Sue Siegel

Opening the Biology Is Technology (BiT) event was DARPA Director Dr. Arati Prabhakar. Dr. Prabhakar’s presence at this meeting demonstrates how serious DARPA is about this effort, and one imagines that she was also in California to support President Obama’s Cybersecurity Summit with top leaders of the computer industry.

Dr. Prabhakar interviewed GE’s Sue Siegel about innovation and GE’s role in creating the future. This was a freewheeling conversation in which Ms. Siegel turned the tables and interviewed Dr. Prabhakar instead. What followed was an outstanding introduction to the proactionary approach to research and development, or in DARPA’s language, preventing surprises by creating your own.

Dr. Prabhakar clearly set up the DARPA’s latest incarnation as a return to the big vision, swing for the fences approach. She discussed DARPA’s approach to managing risks while creating high impact technologies. In this vision, DARPA’s role is to help scientists and innovators to “remove early risk” which might prevent them from obtaining investment and bringing novel ideas to market. DARPA was described by one presenter as a “always friendly, but somewhat crazy rich uncle” and they made it clear that they were going to put a fair bit of money behind these ideas.


BTO Lead Dr. Geoff Ling

This meeting was focused around the launch of the new program office, the Biotechnology Program Office, although other program managers were present. The BTO is headed Dr. Geoff Ling who is a practicing Army medical doctor. Dr. Ling is an energetic spokesman for the DARPA vision and the BTO. And it is notable that it is an M.D. that is in charge of this effort because many of the developments being undertaken by the BTO are simply going to revolutionize the practice of medicine as we know it today. With the energetic Dr. Ling in charge, you can imagine it getting done.

Dr. Ling portrayed DARPA’s ambitious goals and set out what was one of the clearest presentations of the proactionary principle which I have heard. But that was just the opening volley; DARPA is going full on H+.

Following the inspirational presentation by Dr. Ling, the individual program managers had a chance to present their projects.

The first Program Manager to present, Phillip Alvelda, opened the event with his mind blowing project to develop a working “cortical modem”. What is a cortical modem you ask? Quite simply it is a direct neural interface that will allow for the visual display of information without the use of glasses or goggles. I was largely at this event to learn about this project and I wasn’t disappointed.

Leveraging the work of Karl Deisseroth in the area of optogenetics, the cortical modem project aims to build a low cost neural interface based display device. The short term goal of the project is the development of a device about the size of two stacked nickels with a cost of goods on the order of $10 which would enable a simple visual display via a direct interface to the visual cortex with the visual fidelity of something like an early LED digital clock.

The implications of this project are astounding.

Consider a more advanced version of the device capable of high fidelity visual display. First, this technology could be used to restore sensory function to individuals who simply can’t be treated with current approaches. Second, the device could replace all virtual reality and augmented reality displays. Bypassing the visual sensory system entirely, a cortical modem can directly display into the visual cortex enabling a sort of virtual overlay on the real world. Moreover, the optogenetics approach allows both reading and writing of information. So we can imagine at least a device in which virtual objects appear well integrated into our perceived world. Beyond this, a working cortical modem would enable electronic telepathy and telekinesis. The cortical modem is a real world version of the science fiction neural interfaces envisioned by writers such as William Gibson and more recently Ramez Naam.

To the extent that it is real, the cortical modem is still a crude device. This isn’t going to give you a high fidelity augmented reality display soon. And since the current approach is based in optogenetics, it requires a  genetic alteration of the DNA in your neurons. The health implications are unknown, and this research is currently limited to work with animal models. Specifically discussed was a real time imaging of the zebrafish brain with about 85,000 neurons.

Notably, while i was live blogging the event one h+ Magazine reader volunteered to undergo this possibly dangerous genetic procedure in exchange for early access to a cortical modem. A fact which I later got to mention directly to Dr. Prabhakar at the reception afterwards.


Cortical Modem Concept







Following the astounding cortical modem presentation, Dr. Dan Wattendorf presented DARPA’s efforts to get in front of and prevent disease outbreaks such as the recent crisis with ebola in Africa. This was a repeated theme throughout the event. DARPA is clearly recognizing the need to avoid “technological surprises” from nature as well as from nations. It is widely recognized that the current technology for dealing with novel disease outbreaks, the so called “post antibiotic” era, and bioweapons requires entirely new strategies for detection and rapid response to communicable illnesses. As an example, the ebola vaccine currently being considered for use has been in development for decades. Moreover, only a small number of vaccines exists even for known diseases. A novel threat might provide only weeks or months to respond however. Clearly new approaches are needed in both detection of disease outbreaks and response to them. Perhaps most interesting to me here was the discussion of transient gene therapies where an intervention that alters an organism’s DNA but which “turn off” after some time period or event.

Dr. Jack Newman Chief Science Officer at Amyris and board member of the Biobricks Foundation followed. Jack has recently joined DARPA as a program manager himself and he talked about Amyris’ work with producing useful materials from bio-engineered yeast. This project funded under DARPA’s Living Foundries program is just one of a number of efforts seeking to create novel materials and production processes. Dr. Newman presented a view into the programming of living systems using Amyris software that was quite interesting.



This provided a natural segue to program manager Alicia Jackson’s presentation on the broader Living Foundries program which promises to leverage the synthetic and functional capabilities of biology to create biologically-based manufacturing platforms to provide access to new materials, capabilities and manufacturing paradigms based in biology and synthetic biology. Imagine materials that self assemble, heal, and adapt to their changing environment as biological systems do. The program currently focuses on compressing the biological design-build-test-learn cycle by at least 10 times in both time and cost, while simultaneously increasing the complexity of systems that are created. The second phase of the program builds on these advancements and tools to create a scalable, integrated, rapid design and prototyping infrastructure for the engineering of biology.

Following this, a more casual presentation, a “fireside” chat between famed geneticist Dr. George Church and technology historian George Dyson. This chat rambled a bit and started off slowly. But once it got going, Church laid out his vision of engineering ecosystems using “gene drives” and throughout a variety of remarks that were of interest. For example, he expressed skepticism about “longevity” research as compared with “age reversal” techniques. GDF 11 got a mention. He also discussed the observation of genetic changes in cells grown outside of the body for example in so called “printed” organs, and discussed his alternative approach of growing human donor organs in transgenic pigs. He suggested the real possibility of enhancing human intelligence through genetic techniques and pointed to the complete molecular description of living systems as a goal.

This led into another amazing presentation from new DARPA program manager Julian Sanchez who is leading DARPA’s Human-machine symbiosis group which is developing many of the groundbreaking prosthetics such as mind controlled limbs which have recently been in the news. DARPA’s investment in advanced limb prosthetics has already delivered an FDA-approved device but “cognitive prosthetics” are next. DARPA is developing hardware and software to overcome the memory deficits and neuropsychiatric illnesses afflicting returning veterans for example.


Man with DARPA funded prosthetic drinks from water bottle

While there wasn’t much shown regarding applying these ideas to healthy individuals or combat systems, we can assume that this work is underway. One patient was shown employing a neural interface to fly a simulated aircraft for example. And DARPA is supposedly working towards a system that would allow one person to pilot multiple vehicles by thought alone. The approach is bigger than just thought controlled drones however, because it focuses on creating symbiosis which is to ensure a mutual benefit to both partners in a relationship. The potential of this idea is often overlooked and misunderstood in conversations about machine intelligence for example.

Together with the cortical modem, these devices promise to revolutionize human abilities to repair ourselves, extend ourselves, communicate and indeed they will eventually and inevitably alter what it means to be human. Where is the boundary between self and other if we can directly share thoughts, dreams, emotions, and ideas? When we can experience not only the thoughts but feelings of someone else? How will direct neural access to knowledge change education and work? These technologies raise many questions for which we do not yet have answers.

Dr. Sanchez closed by calling on members of the audience to “come to DARPA and change the world” a call which didn’t ring hollow by this point. And things were just getting started.

This statement was made repeatedly. DARPA is open for business and looking for collaborators to work with. They’re building teams that work across subjects, disciplines and communities. They seek to build a community of interest aimed at tackling some of mankind’s greatest challenges, including things like curing communicable diseases and reversing ecosystem collapse. DARPA has some unique instruments and capabilities to offer anyone developing radical technological ideas and they want you to know about them. They openly invited the audience to submit abstracts for research ideas and promised that every email they receive would be answered “at least once”.

Several different DARPA performers also gave presentations. These are the people that DARPA has hired under contract to actually do the work and the presentations were a pretty heady and eclectic mix ranging from deep science to the unusual and on to the profound. Dr.Michel M. Maharbiz of UC Berkeley who is developing “neural dust” and has done controversial work with insect cyborgs. Saul Griffith of Otherlab presented the farthest ranging talk including his work with computer controlled inflatables which includes development of exoskeleton concepts, pneumatic sun trackers for low cost solar power applications, and a life sized robotic inflatable elephant he made for his daughter. I was also intrigued by a toy they had designed that was a universal constructor. He also had some very interesting analysis of the world’s energy production and utilization, showing areas where DARPA (and anyone else interested) could make the biggest difference to slow climate change.

How about curing all known and even unknown communicable diseases? Exploring “post pathogen medicine” is an effort in which DARPA is working to identify “unlikely heros”, those individuals with surprising  resilience or resistance to dangerous diseases. The idea is to apply big data analytics to analyze data from a large number of existing scientific analyses that might hide data indicating genetic markers for immunity or disease resistance in individuals.

Karl Deisseroth presented his work with optogenetics and his newer techniques for transforming neural tissue into a clear gel that can be imaged. He presented some impressive images from this work and his new unpublished imaging technique called “Swift 3D”. The resulting images are real-time maps of neural events. For example, Dr. Deisseroth presented visual representations of mouse thoughts from one controlled experiment.

Beyond reading mids, DARPA’s BiT programs are also looking to revolutionize the practice of biology and science in general. Dr. Stephen Friend presented Sage Networks a science oriented social sharing and collaboration platform which radically realigns the practices of scientific publication and data sharing. Apart from providing a standardized platform for publishing annotated bioscience datasets, the system requires users to make their data available to other researchers while still preserving their ability to get credit for original ideas and work. This project is important and could see application elsewhere outside of the biosciences. One member of the audience was so impressed with this idea she was compelled to comment.


Intestines on a Chip

More directly, DARPA seeks to revolutionize the day to day practice of biotechnology and drug development. A series of “organs on a chip” was presented. These devices allow cultures of cells from an individual’s organs to be grown and treated with medications to assess effectiveness and possible side effects without the need to use an animal model or test on a live human subject. While they haven’t replicated every human organ, they did have a “gut on a chip” shown here. These little chips are flexible and kind of artistic actually. The company Emulate had a representative explaining the technology at the reception after the first day of the event. This is just one of several projects in which DARPA is seeking to understand the effects of drugs including adverse side effects in novel ways. The eventual hope is to shorten time to market while also radically lowering the costs of new medications.


Microfluidics — making tiny droplets

Another impressive series of developments was presented in the area of microfluidics. These developments consist of a set of technologies for creating very small droplets, and various mechanisms for manipulating, and experimenting on these tiny drops. Currently the practice of bioscience experimentation is largely performed by human postdocs who spend thousands of hours pipetting, mixing, and carefully measuring results. But using microfluidics and a series of intricate valves, nozzles, and so on, many of these procedures can be automated and radically sped up.

The audience got a chance to mix with the DARPA program managers after the event at a reception where some of DARPA’s projects were presented in a hands on environment. I had a brief conversation with Dr. Prabhakar who mentioned that she was aware of Humanity+ and transhumanism more generally. She was excited to have us involved, but also expressed some dismay at the political aspect of the transhumanist movement.

Well known Silicon Valley venture capitalist, rocketeer, transhumanist, and super guy Steve Jurvetson was spotted “high fiving” a DARPA funded telepresence robot developed at Johns Hopkins APL at the reception.

The robot operates via a head mounted display which places the wearer into the robot’s “head” and two instrumented gloves which give the wearer control over the robot’s dexterous human like hands. The hands get a bit hot due to the motors that move them however, so a fist bump is going to be prefered over a handshake with this guy.

 
 


DARPA’s Inner Buddha




AT the two day BiT event, it was revealed that DARPA hasn’t just gone full on transhumanist, they’re full Buddha.

The goal of his project as presented by one of the project investigators, Dr. Eddie Chang of the University of California at San Francisco, during day two’s “Lightning Round” , was nothing less than eliminating human suffering.

Curing communicable diseases and prosthetics were the top of the list day one.

But Dr. Chang was talking about curing a deeper inner injury, the sort of thing that causes mental illness, depression, and intractable PTSD;  problems which military veterans notably suffer disproportionately.

The first stage of the project is underway and working with patients who are already undergoing brain surgery for intractable epilepsy. Four individuals so far have had their detailed neural patterns recorded 24 hours a day for ten days using an implanted device. The resulting neural map is at the millimeter and millisecond level and is correlated with other information about the patient’s mood and physiological state.

In another program, ElectRX, DARPA is investigating the use of similar neural stimulation techniques to promote healing of the body from injuries and disease. In both cases the emphasis isn’t  on working around or bypassing damage, but using electrical stimulation to promote healing and repair. DARPA wants to heal you. Dr. Chang stated, for example, that the success of his project wouldn’t be marked by the date of the first implanted device, but rather the date of the first removal.

Summary

Creating novel industrial processes to reduce climate change? DARPA had that covered too. So while Dr. Ling made sure to remind the audience up front that this was all about supporting warfighters, it was impossible to not consider the deeper implications of what was being presented as the event proceeeded.

The reality is that the true DARPA mission isn’t just about war. A happier, more secure and sustainable world is the best possible security for the United States, a fact that DARPA’s leaders seemingly recognize at the moment.  And so DARPA is developing technologies for rapid identification of communicable diseases, restoring lost biological functions, producing materials and developing novel industrial processes to prevent slow and reverse climate change, save ecosystems and more.

And DARPA’s next revolution, biology is technology, is something even bigger than the Internet. They’re out to revolutionize the practice and products of bio-science and along the way they are re-defining what it will mean to be human. Will we alter our biology to enable direct mind to mind communication? Can we extend our immune system into the world to cure all communicable diseases? Can we cure and repair the most damaging and persistent mental illnesses?

In this amazing two day event, DARPA opened the door to a wider public collaboration and conversation about these amazing ideas.
A second event is planned for New York City in June and video of the February presentations will be available online according to DARPA representatives at the event. I will update this story with videos when they are available.

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Only evil possess man or devil entity could do this to a human, a son of someone who endure incredible tortures and completely loose his identity to achieve some evil agenda to terrorize and to kill peoples. You still think it's for Peace and a better world? How many experiment on humans are they doing until this day? Remember that CIA is control by the Vatican and the Jesuits and they're the agents of Lucifer.

CIA Remote Controlled Human!?(Creepy Photos) Full Documentary 2015. This video claims to have proof that the CIA has been, and is still creating RCO's which stands for remote controlled humaniod. This is achieved by rigging.

This home allegedly absorbs people, and animals into its walls. If this is true, then no doubt in my mind someone was messing with some serious witch craft. 

This home allegedly eats people, and animals. If this is true, then no doubt in my mind someone was messing with some.




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U.S. NAVY RESERVISTS : SUPPORTING THE FUTURE

By U.S. Navy
– March 27, 2015Posted in: Career, Navy Life

During the centennial of the U.S. Navy Reserve, Lt. Cmdr. Tom McAndrew of the Office of Naval Research Thursday became the first ONR Reservist to win a Federal 100 Award for his contributions to emergent technologies, from augmented-reality training to tactical cyber warfare.



By Lt. Cmdr. Tom McAndrew

Office of Naval Research-Reserve Component

Serving as a Reservist at the Office of Naval Research has been one of the most rewarding tours I’ve spent in the Navy. I supported cutting-edge cyber and electronic warfare research; I was able to create solutions to meet the science and technology needs of my shipmates; and I got to use my skillset in ways I’d never been able to do in the past.

And I did it all while holding another job.

That’s right: Over the past three years, I worked for ONR in the Reserve Component while working fulltime in the civilian sector. I didn’t know much about the Reserves when I was on active duty – and it turns out my perception of what Reservists do was completely wrong.


CAMP PENDLETON (November 4, 2014) Lt. Cmdr. Tom McAndrew, assigned to the Office of Naval Research reserve component, operates an unmanned ground vehicle during a demonstration held at Camp Pendleton, California. McAndrew is the recipient of a 2015 Federal 100 award presented to government, industry and academic leaders who have played pivotal roles that affect how the federal government acquires, develops and manages IT. (U.S. Navy photo)
 
Here are the top four reasons why being an ONR Reservist turned out to be one of the best jobs in the world.

1) You tackle the biggest science and technology challenges.

Have you ever tried to use a laptop while holding a rifle?  This is just one of the challenges facing Marines in cyber and electronic warfare at the tactical edge. Think about it this way: For most of us, sitting in a Starbucks and connecting to Wi-Fi is a pretty routine task. But things change drastically if you try to do the same thing in a hostile, or “tactical,” environment. There is an increasing need to operate cyber equipment in hostile areas, where Sailors or Marines may have to keep their hands on a weapon, they may have power/battery limitations, they may have bandwidth limitations – and sitting down may not be an option.

At ONR, I provided support to more than a dozen research projects in tactical cyber/electronic warfare to address problems like this. We covered a wide range of projects – from augmented reality glasses, to unmanned air and ground vehicles, to the construction of a state-of-the-art tactical cyber range. We went from hearing of challenges in the fleet, to proposing some novel approaches, to rolling out a full-blown experiment – one of which was a tactical cyber range at Bold Alligator 2014, a bi-annual training exercise held by the Marines.
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“The Tactical Cyber Range really helped me coordinate realistic Signal Intelligence and cyber training for my analysts and operators. The environment was realistic and noisy, and my Marines had to work together to solve the tactical problem. This would be a valuable capability for the Marine Corps to define cyberspace tactics, techniques and procedures.”
Staff. Sgt. Johnathon Krahnke
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2) You meet some amazing people.

ONR funds oceanic research vessels to give scientists the opportunity to conduct at-sea experiments. Last year, two ships were christened: the Research Vessels Neil Armstrong and Sally Ride. Both were named for pioneers who devoted their lives to the pursuit of science, technology and exploration. As a Reservist, I had the privilege of playing a role in the time-honored new ship traditions of the Navy. More than 60 Reservists provided support for the ceremony and its distinguished guests – which included many former astronauts, admirals, generals and civilian leaders.

I was moved by the sincere gratitude expressed by members of the Armstrong and Ride families.  One of the most gratifying experiences was when Neil Armstrong’s son, Mark, gathered the Reservists together to thank us for representing the Navy at the event. He went on to share the special place the Navy held in his father’s life (Neil was a naval aviator before becoming an astronaut) and went out of his way to thank each and every one of us who supported the christening.

It’s not every day you get to meet the families of true American heroes and honor their sacrifices and accomplishments.

3) You really use your skills.

One of the most interesting things about the Navy Reserves is seeing each Reservist bring a unique set of skills and experiences to the Navy/Marine Corps team. Here’s one example: ONR had a mission need for a project in Japan. As someone who minored in Japanese in college (and had been an exchange student in Japan), I was uniquely positioned to provide support due to my familiarity with Japanese culture and my technological background.

4) You help build the future.

As one of the nation’s premier research institutions, ONR must ensure future engineers and scientists can solve tomorrow’s challenges. At hundreds of science fairs nationwide, Navy Reservists are there to support. Sometimes we act as judges.  I’ve been involved in two separate science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) outreach programs, and there is nothing that gets me more excited about the future of this great nation than supporting the amazing creativity and ingenuity of our high school STEM programs.

My story is just one of thousands – nearly 60,000 Reservists support the Navy today, providing a wide variety of skills to support the mission. If you have a technological skill or interest, or unique work or life experiences, chances are you’d be a great asset.

I’m proud of my Reserve service. It helped me grow as an officer and person, all while I made important contributions to the nation and Navy. Is that an invitation to consider the Reserves? You bet.

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ROBOT FARMING AND THE FUTURE OF FOOD : HARD WORK ON WHEELS 



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La société allemande Festo est spécialisée dans la conception de systèmes industriels automatisés. Pour développer ses technologies, elle développe des robots qui s’inspirent au plus près du vivant. © Festo

L’usine du futur existe-t-elle déjà, cachée dans les extraordinaires facultés de certains animaux et insectes? Festo en est convaincu. Cette entreprise allemande développe des systèmes d’automatisation et de robotique en s’inspirant dubiomimétisme. Pour concevoir de nouvelles applications, la société créée des prototypes d’animaux et d’insectes qui lui servent de plateformes pour développer des solutions techniques inspirées de la nature. On lui doit notamment la libelluleBionicOpter, le BionicKangaroo ou encore cet étonnant bras robotiséFlexShapeGripper dont le système de préhension d’une grande délicatesse est directement inspiré de langue du caméléon. Les fourmis et leur organisation sociale complexe ont nourri le tout dernier projet de Festo nommé BionicANTs.

Ces fourmis bioniques sont des petits bijoux de technologie. Leur corps fabriqué à l’aide d’une imprimante 3D est bardé de capteurs. Une caméra 3D stéréo sert de système de vision pour les déplacements et la détection des objets. Les pattes ainsi que les mandibules sont faites en céramique piézoélectrique. Elles sont actionnées par des transducteurs de flexion qui offrent un contrôle précis et consomment peu d’énergie. Sous l’abdomen se trouve un capteur optique, comme celui utilisé par les souris d’ordinateur, qui permet au robot de déterminer sa position.

Grâce à des algorithmes de contrôle, les BionicANTs sont capables d’accomplir des tâches en répliquant le comportement coopératif de leurs modèles vivants. Par exemple, on les voit se répartir le travail pour transporter une charge volumineuse, une fourmi bionique poussant l’objet tandis qu’une autre le tire à l’aide de ses mandibules robotisées. Chaque BionicANT dispose de 40 minutes d’autonomie après quoi elle se dirige automatiquement vers la station de charge à laquelle elle se connecte avec ses antennes métalliques.



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L’ARMEE AMERICAINE CRAINT DE PERDRE SON AVANTAGE TECHNOLOGIQUE

Foutaise. Jetez un coup d'oeil sur tout ce que j'ai mis sur toute cette robotique militaire de DARPA, vous verrez qu'ils sont plutôt bien avancés dans ce domaine. 




L'armée américaine risque de perdre son avantage technologique à moins qu'elle n'investisse dans la recherche et trouve un moyen de construire plus rapidement des armes innovantes, ont indiqué jeudi de hauts responsables.

Le Pentagone a présenté une initiative pour rationaliser sa bureaucratie et puiser dans les innovations technologiques du secteur privé, alors que grossissent les inquiétudes sur le fait que les troupes américaines sont en train de perdre leur avantage hi-tech.

Ces mesures illustrent "l'inquiétude grandissante que notre supériorité technologique est menacée", a indiqué dans un rapport Frank Kendall, responsable des achats d'armements au Pentagone.

"De potentiels ennemis remettent en cause la place des Etats-Unis en temps que fer de lance en matière de capacités militaires conventionnelles d'une manière sans précédent depuis la Guerre froide", a écrit M. Kendall.

Le ministre adjoint à la Défense, Robert Work, a relevé lors d'une conférence de presse que l'époque où une seule innovation pouvait donner l'avantage aux Etats-Unis pendant des décennies dans le ciel et sur les océans était terminée.

"Donc nous allons devoir être capables d'intégrer les technologies commerciales plus vite", a-t-il précisé.

Source: AFP  
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GENETIC ENGINEERING, HUMANKIND CREEPS TOWARD A 'PLANET OF THE APES'
 

Laurent Alexandre (2015-04-07) 

1968 Planet of the Apes screenshot


 


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PARIS — Half-animal, half-human? The astounding developments in nanotechnology, biotechnology, information technology and cognitive science (NBIC) are posing problems that we thought only existed in science fiction. 

Recent studies have brought us closer to Planet of the Apes, written by French novelist Pierre Boulle in 1963. In three experiments, the last one of which was published in Current Biology last month, scientists have improved the intellectual capacities of mice by modifying their DNA sequences with segments of human chromosomes or by injecting them with human brain glial cells.

These modified animals have bigger brains and can perform difficult tasks more quickly. The DNA sequences that were successfully modified are involved in language and brain size in humans. This comes after a study on successful genetic modifications on two small monkeys was published in Nature in March of last year. Meaning that the success of cognitive improvement of mice will soon be verified in monkeys.

These manipulations were achieved with DNA-modifying enzymes. For about $12, a biology student these days can create these enzymes and conduct genetic engineering, making it incredibly cheap to create animal-man chimeras. Decade after decade, new findings and experiments will have breathtaking consequences.

 

DNA-modifying enzyme — Source: Zephyris/GFDL

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How will we prevent some animal lovers from ordering a more intelligent, more emphatic, more "human" dog? There will always be room for indulgence in relation to cognitive enhancement of animals. Society will be presented with a fait accompli, as it is now with same-sex couples buying children from surrogate mothers in foreign countries. 

What will the ethical standards be? Will we allow chimpanzees to become more intelligent? As dignity and respect for animals grow in our societies, the issue will only become more relevant. How will we view animals if and when their IQs are modified to be close to that of today's humans? Should we decree a conceptual intelligence monopoly for our species and computers with artificial intelligence — therefore barring animals from such recognition?

This NBIC revolution will raise philosophical questions about what makes us humans by abolishing two limits that were previously thought to be impassable: that which separates us from animals, with neuro-enhancement, and that which separates us from machines, with artificial intelligence. In both cases, doesn't access to intelligence and awareness also mean accessing a dignity equal to that of any human being? What status should we then allow enhanced animals and robots in our society?

The emergence of new, intelligent electronic or biological creatures also has religious consequences. Some theologists, such as Reverend Christopher Benek, want intelligent machines to receive baptism if they express such a desire. 

The NBIC are raising truly groundbreaking questions that will have consequences for the future of humankind. But to properly answer them, we need a new political elite. Among today's political class, very few are capable of fully comprehending these questions.

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ALL OVER FOR GOD : DOMINANT LIFE FORCE IN UNIVERSE IS AI SUPER-BEING

The final assault (by science) on God's creation. The final battle of the soul of humanity in this year of Lights ans Science.

FORGET God running the show, because the supreme being in the universe is almost certain to be a mind-blowingly intelligent super computer, according to a group of high-level research scientists and philosophers.


By Paul Baldwin

PUBLISHED: 13:18, Tue, Apr 28, 2015 | UPDATED: 14:20, Tue, Apr 28, 2015

And, because such a hyper-advanced organism would have no need of water, humanity may be looking in the wrong place for extra-terrestrial life.
Many scientists believe the human race is only decades away from being able to download and upload experience to and from human consciousness.


Star Trek

All seeing eye: VGER the ultimate hyper-intelligent being from 1979 Star Trek movie. This is essentially a game-changing and mind-bending shift moving the human race from a carbon-based organic life-form to silicon-based, probably electronic, one.

And the highly-respected group of boffins – which includes astronomers like Seth Shostak, director of NASA’s Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence program, NASA Astrobiologist Paul Davies, Library of Congress Chair in Astrobiology Stephen Dick, and Susan Schneider, a professor of philosophy at the University of Connecticut – believes this is the first step towards the creation of a fully-fledged hyper advanced super-being.

And, as any other life-form is likely to be hundreds of millions of years more advanced than life on earth, this is expected to be the dominant being in the universe.

Some even liken the super-being to God.

Bizarrely, the now credible scientific theory was used as the premise for the first Star Trek movie in 1979 which saw NASA data collecting satellite Voyager becoming the supreme being.

Susan Schneider penned an academic paper called “Alien Minds," where she described why alien life forms are likely to be synthetic, and how such creatures might think.

She said: “Most people have an iconic idea of aliens as these biological creatures, but that doesn’t make any sense from a timescale argument.
“If we pick up an alien signal, it’ll be artificial life.

“There’s an important distinction here from just ‘artificial intelligence’. I’m not saying that we’re going to be running into IBM processors in outer space. In all likelihood, this intelligence will be way more sophisticated than anything humans can understand.

“Everything about their cognition—how their brains receive and process information, what their goals and incentives are—could be vastly different from our own.”

She added that there was a growing scientific belief that by the time any society learns to transmit radio signals, they’re also very close to upgrading their own biology – a concept which fans of the movie Matrix will be familiar with.



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She said: “As soon as a civilization invents radio, they’re within fifty years of computers, then, probably, only another fifty to a hundred years from inventing AI.

“At that point, soft, squishy brains become an outdated model.”

The philosopher said many advocates of the super-intelligent AI robot model have also pointed out that humanity’s search for alien life tends to favour worlds where water exists.

However, given the suggestion that humanity is about to shift from biology to technology, the requirement that water be available is no longer relevant.

Seth Shostak, director of NASA’s SETI program said: “So far, we’ve pointed antennas at stars that might have planets that might have breathable atmospheres and oceans and so forth.

“But if we’re correct that the dominant intelligence in the cosmos is artificial, then does it have to live on a planet with an ocean?”

“All artificial life forms would need is raw materials.

“They might be in deep space, hovering around a star, or feeding off a black hole’s energy at the centre of the galaxy.”

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ROBOT SWARMS CONTROLLED WITH SINGLE-FINGER TABLET SWIPE

12 May 2015
By Tereza Pultarova



A new algorithm allows controlling swarms of robots via a tablet and a beam of light

A new algorithm developed by American researchers enables operators to control large swarms of robots using a simple tablet computer and a beam of light.

Instead of programming the movements of each robot separately, the algorithm allows the controller to decide about the area where the robots operate.

A simple tap on the tablet’s screen determines where the beam of light appears on the floor. The robots then automatically travel towards the illuminated point, exchanging information between themselves in order to evenly cover the required area.

Swiping across the tablet display drags the beam across the floor, making the robots follow automatically. Two fingers on the display would prompt the swarm to split into two equally-sized groups.

"The field of swarm robotics gets difficult when you expect teams of robots to be as dynamic and adaptive as humans," said Magnus Egerstedt, Schlumberger Professor in Georgia Tech's School of Electrical and Computer Engineering. "People can quickly adapt to changing circumstances, make new decisions and act. Robots typically can't. It's hard for them to talk and form plans when everything is changing around them."

Egerstedt’s flexible algorithm provides the robots with a sufficient level of flexibility to harness their abilities in various situations, including search and rescue operations in disaster zones. In the demonstration, each robot constantly measured how much light was around him, whilst also communicating with his neighbours to achieve even coverage.

"The robots are working together to make sure that each one has the same amount of light in its own area," said Egerstedt.

The simplicity of use would allow anyone to control the robots. Egerstedt envisions the robots could be sent in to an area stuck by a tsunami, where they would search for survivors, dividing themselves into equal sections. If some machines were suddenly needed in a new area, they could be redeployed by a tap on the tablet’s display. There are many other potential applications.

"In future, farmers could send machines into their fields to inspect the crops," said Yancy Diaz-Mercado, member of Egerstedt’s team. "Workers on manufacturing floors could direct robots to one side of the warehouse to collect items, then quickly direct them to another area if the need changes."

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HUMANOID ROBOT CAN READ FACIAL EXPRESSIONS AND INTERACT WITH PEOPLE

21 April 2015
By Laura Onita



A humanoid robot named Han, equipped with pattern recognition software, is able to recognise and interact with the person in front of it.

The lifelike humanoid robot, designed by Hanson Robotics, was introduced to the world at the Global Sources Electronics Fair in Hong Kong, ending on Tuesday, and is the newest addition to the Hanson robot family.

Although Han can also react as the controller commands it via a mobile phone to make facial expressions, the patterned recognition software coupled with an array of cameras in its eyes and chest allow it, for instance, to identify a person’s eyes and maintain eye contact or read human facial expressions and respond with a variety of its own.

“These robots actually see your face, make eye contact with you, and understand speech to engage you in witty dialogue,” said the company on its website. “These breakthrough technologies in artificial intelligence and humanlike gestures create the impression that the robots are truly aware and caring.”

According to Hanson Robotics the robot’s skin is made out of their patented material Frubber – flesh rubber – an elastic polymer that mimics human skin, and controlled by 40 motors behind its face, which make subtle movements to adjust Han’s skin. The robot’s head is mounted on a clear stationary body.

Han can answer simple questions and the firm said it can be used in certain situations that don’t necessarily require a human such as hotel reception desks or at a museum. “Our robots are ready to serve in retail, tradeshows, restaurants, theme parks, fine arts, research robotics, and even consumer products,” it said.

According to Reuters news agency, Hanson Robotics will be commercialising its systems in female robot Eva, rather than Han, which will be going into production later this year.



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LA "CIGALE", LE PLUS PETIT ET LE PLUS RUSTIQUE DES DRONES AMERICAINS



Elle tient dans la paume de la main mais peut planer sur des kilomètres jusqu'à sa cible: voici la "cicada", ou "cigale", sans doute le plus petit et le plus rustique des drones militaires américains.



A l'état naturel, les cicadas sont des insectes qui restent tapis dans le sol pendant 17 ans, avant de brièvement sortir par milliards, tous à la même période, pour se reproduire et mourir.

"Nous nous sommes dits, pourquoi ne pas concevoir des engins volants qui auraient un profil similaire: être tellement nombreux, que l'ennemi ne pourrait pas tous les attraper", explique Aaron Kahn, chercheur au laboratoire de la Marine américaine qui a conçu l'engin, encore au stade du prototype même s'il a déjà été testé en vol à de nombreuses reprises.

Dans la dernière version, la cicada est une petite aile volante conçue pour être larguée d'un avion, d'un ballon, ou d'un drone plus gros.
Elle n'a pas de moteur mais peut planer, ou plutôt chuter de manière maîtrisée, pendant des kilomètres jusqu'à son objectif, grâce à des prodiges de miniaturisation qui ont permis de la doter d'un gyroscope et d'un GPS qui suffisent, à eux seuls, à la diriger.

Sa mission: transmettre à ses utilisateurs les informations du capteur qu'elle transporte, grâce à une puce de téléphone portable.

L'utilisation la plus opérationnelle pour l'instant est la collecte d'informations météo.
"Il y a un gros besoin" d'informations précises sur les masses d'air que les capteurs au sol ne peuvent pas forcément déceler, explique Aaron Kahn, qui envisage par exemple l'utilisation des cicadas pour gagner de précieuses minutes dans la prévision des tornades.

'Avion origami'

Sur le plan strictement militaire, la cicada, quasiment invisible en vol, peut permettre de déployer en terrain ennemi des capteurs de toute sorte.

Une cigale tapie près d'une route avec un capteur acoustique peut permettre d'analyser des passages de véhicules. Leur possibilité de déploiement en masse pourrait être aussi utilisée dans la lutte anti-sous-marine, ou pour acheminer des doses de vaccins pour des soldats isolés et en danger.

Fabriquer une "cigale" revient pour l'instant à environ 1.000 dollars, selon ses concepteurs.
Mais l'objectif est de faire baisser jusqu'à 250 dollars le coût de ce "téléphone volant", "pigeon voyageur automatique", ou "avion origami", ainsi surnommé parce qu'il se présente, avant utilisation, comme une plaque de circuits imprimés de la taille d'une feuille de papier standard, qu'il faut plier selon le mode d'emploi pour la transformer en drone.

L'engin a été présenté cette semaine dans la cour du Pentagone, où les laboratoires de recherche de la Défense américaine ont exposé l'espace de quelques heures leurs trouvailles.

Dans les stands voisinaient les petits hélicoptères sans pilote, l'exo-squelette qui permet de travailler sans fatigue avec un outil lourd à bout de bras, l'impressionnant transport de troupe blindé du futur, des vidéos des projets de missile hypersonique (volant à Mach 5), de canon électriques ou de laser.
Sans oublier l'arme ultime: la pizza du combattant, destinée à améliorer l'ordinaire du soldat en mission, et capable de rester stockée trois ans dans son sachet épais...

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In advance of an upcoming worldwide robotics competition in California, Lockheed Martin’s scientists opened up their lab to show off a new generation of robot. (Dakota Fine/The Washington Post)

By Christian Davenport May 16 at 10:18 PM Follow @_chrisdavenport

It’s 6-foot-2, with laser eyes and vise-grip hands. It can walk over a mess of jagged cinder blocks, cut a hole in a wall, even drive a car. And soon, Leo, Lockheed Martin’s humanoid robot, will move from the development lab to a boot camp for robots, where a platoon’s worth of the semiautonomous mechanical species will be tested to see if they can be all they can be.

Next month, the Pentagon is hosting a $3.5 million, international competition that will pit robot against robot in an obstacle course designed to test their physical prowess, agility, and even their awareness and cognition.

Galvanized by the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power disaster in 2011, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency — the Pentagon’s band of mad scientists that have developed the “artificial spleen,” bullets that can change course midair and the Internet — has invested nearly $100 million into developing robots that could head into disaster zones off limits to humans.

“We don’t know what the next disaster will be, but we know we have to develop the technology to help us to address these kinds of disaster,” Gill Pratt, DARPA’s program manager, said in a recent call with reporters.

The competition comes at a time when weapons technology is advancing quickly and, with lasers that can shoot small planes out of the sky and drones that can land on aircraft carriers, piercing the realm of science fiction.


Meet the future first responders

But some fear that the technological advancements in weapons systems are outpacing the policy that should guide their use. At a meeting last month, the U.N. Office at Geneva sponsored a multi-nation discussion on the development of the “Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems,” the legal questions they raise and the implications for human rights.

While those details are being hashed out, Christof Heyns, the U.N.’s special rapporteur, called in 2013 for a ban on the development of what he called “lethal autonomous robots,” saying that “in addition to being physically removed from the kinetic action, humans would also become more detached from decisions to kill — and their execution.”

Mary Wareham, the global coordinator for the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots, a consortium of human rights groups, said the international community needs to ensure that when it comes to decisions of life and death on the battlefield, the humans are still in charge.

“We want to talk to the governments about how [the robots] function and understand the human control of the targeting and attack decisions,” she said. “We want assurances that a human is in the loop.”

Organizers of the DARPA Robotics Challenge are quick to point out that the robots are designed for humanitarian purposes, not war. The challenge course represents a disaster zone, not a battlefield. And although the robots may look like the Terminator and move with the rigidity of Frankenstein’s monster, they are harmless noncombatants, with the general dexterity of a teetering 1-year-old. During the challenge, DARPA officials expect a few of the robots to end up on their keisters looking more helpless than threatening.

Their cognitive ability is not very advanced, either. Even though they are loaded with thousands of lines of code and able to communicate wirelessly with their human overseers, the robots are limited to simple tasks, such as opening doors or walking up stairs.

But although the aim of the contest is to help develop robots to use in humanitarian missions, such as sifting through the rubble after the earthquake in Nepal, officials acknowledge that as the technology advances, they could, one day, be used for all sorts of tasks, from helping the elderly, to manufacturing, and, yes, even as soldiers.

“As with any technology, we cannot control what it is going to be used for,” Pratt said. “We do believe it is important to have those discussions as to what they’re going to be used for, and it’s really up to society to decide that. But to not develop the technology is to deny yourself the capability to respond effectively, in this case to disasters, and we think it’s very important to do that.”

A contest is born

After the 2011 earthquake and tsunami caused the meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, workers inside the plants tried to vent the hydrogen that was dangerously building up in the reactors. But with workers’ exposure to radiation building, they were forced to evacuate.

The Pentagon had helped dispatch robots to the scene to address this situation — to go where it was too dangerous for humans and turn the valves that could have dissipated the hydrogen, potentially preventing the explosions. But the officials quickly realized that it would be difficult to direct the robots to do something like turning valves in a remote location from what had been their primary mission: defusing roadside bombs, Pratt said.

Further, it took weeks to train the personnel on how to use them for those new purposes. And by the time the robots were deployed to the scene, it was too late for them to do anything but survey the damage.

That served as a wake-up call at the Pentagon and, particularly, at DARPA, where officials felt as if robots should be able to help more in such situations.

And so two years after the nuclear meltdown, DARPA held the first stage in its Robotics Challenge, a virtual competition in which teams moved their robots through a computer-animated world. Then, a few months later, it held another contest, with real obstacles and tasks.

But the finals, to be held June 5-6 in Pomona, Calif., will be far more difficult — with times to perform the tasks cut drastically and with communications between the teams and their robots at times limited — a testament to how far the technology has advanced since the last competition.

With their “human supervisors” sequestered in a remote location, unable to see the course, the robots will first drive an all-terrain vehicle to the course while avoiding barriers set in their path.

Then they’ll come to a door, which they’ll have to open and walk through. Inside will be tasks such as turning a valve, cutting a hole in a wall, walking over uneven terrain and climbing stairs, all designed to simulate a disaster zone. There will be eight tasks in all, including one that’s a surprise, and the teams will have 60 minutes to complete them.

Most of the entrants resemble humans, with two arms and two legs, and could be cast in Hollywood’s next futuristic blockbuster. But there is also “CHIMP,” developed by Carnegie Mellon University, a squat, long-armed machine that uses wheeled treads to get around. Another, named “RoboSimian,” is a four-legged “ape-like” creature developed by NASA that, depending on how its limbs are situated, is also strikingly arachnid-like.

In all, there are 25 teams from all over the world, from companies, academic institutions and government agencies, all vying for the $2 million first prize. (Second is $1 million; third is $500,000.)

Lockheed Martin, the world’s largest defense contractor, has pulled together a team of engineers and scientists to develop Leo, an Atlas robot made by Boston Dynamics that several of the teams are using. Although the robotic skeletons are similar, the technological DNA inside the robots is vastly different.

Leo sees with a combination of radar that uses lasers to detect the world around it and cameras that give the team a view of what’s immediately in front of the robot. It also has the ability to make limited sense of its environment, such as opening a door or navigating stairs.

“Like, ‘Oh, I see a valve. I know that valves can be turned,’ ” said Todd Danko, the principal investigator for Lockheed Martin’s team TROOPER. “And a human operator can say, ‘Turn the valve.’ And the robot knows what turning means. And it knows that turning is associated with valves. And it knows what valves are. And so it can go ahead and just do that.”

At one point during the testing, though, Leo lost its balance and started to fall face first until its harness caught it and held it up. It hung there, helpless, slumped like a drunk using the wall as a crutch.

Thorny questions

Vegas oddsmakers might make Running Man the favorite to win next month. It finished second in the 2013 competition, and since then, developers at the Institute of Human and Machine Cognition in Florida have been formulating a “whole body control algorithm” to help it walk and balance better and find “the sweet spot for human and machine teamwork.”

But they also received a boost when Google announced last year that its Schaft robot, which won the 2013 competition, was pulling out of the contest. Google declined to comment on why it dropped out. But many in the robotics community immediately suspected that the decision was tied to a reluctance to work with the Pentagon.

Whether that is true, DARPA is keenly aware that the fast-moving technology raises “difficult societal, ethical and legal questions,” DARPA spokesman Rick Weiss said.

That’s why it has sponsored another competition, this one for high school students who were asked to make a video discussing the role robots should play in society.

The contest was specifically geared toward young people because, he said, they will likely come of age as the technology matures and become “the first generation that will probably grow up in and live in a society that is so fully infused with robotic technologies.”

Christian Davenport covers federal contracting for The Post's Financial desk. He joined The Post in 2000 and has served as an editor on the Metro desk and as a reporter covering military affairs. He is the author of "As You Were: To War and Back with the Black Hawk Battalion of the Virginia National Guard."

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