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MessagePosté le: Mer 10 Aoû - 03:53 (2016)    Sujet du message: HERE'S HOW GOVERNMENT THINKS NANOTECH WILL TRANSFORM CYBER Répondre en citant

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By Mohana Ravindranath August 1, 2016
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A handful of government agencies think next-generation cybersecurity will work like the human brain — or better.

The Defense and Energy departments are among a group of federal organizations that think brain-inspired nanotechnology could help the government protect its networks, according to a white paper published in July.

Eventually, this technology could help agencies prevent unauthorized access to networks, pick up on anomalous user behavior and help with situational awareness, the paper said.

These nanoscale developments, which might involve combining biological with synthetic material, could also help organizations monitor energy or weapons systems "that require software (or combination of multiple codes) so complicated that it exceeds a human’s ability to write and verify the software and its performance," the paper said.

Scientists also could use this technology to quickly create personalized treatments for individual patients, build more complex networks, or eventually allow "advanced robots to work safely alongside people."

Last October, the White House announced a nanotechnology-inspired Grand Challenge, which asked researchers to "[c]reate a new type of computer that can proactively interpret and learn from data, solve unfamiliar problems using what it has learned, and operate with the energy efficiency of the human brain.”

The agencies writing the white paper outlined several timeline benchmarks for nanotechnology development: They anticipate achieving "autonomous capabilities" for routine cyberattacks in the next five years, and the same for sophisticated attacks in the next decade. In 15 years, they expect nanotechnology will evolve to the point where it can help agencies respond to sophisticated attacks "with compact and energy-efficient computing resources.”

The agencies would like scientists to be able to "[t]ranslate knowledge from biology, neuroscience, materials science, physics and engineering" into information that computer system designers can use, over the next five years; also to create programming languages that "do not require deep knowledge and expertise to use."

The ultimate goal is to "minimize expert knowledge requirements in materials or device physics" needed to create new brain-inspired computing systems, the white paper said.

http://www.nextgov.com/cybersecurity/2016/08/heres-how-government-thinks-na…


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BELGIQUE : DES CHEVRES MEDICAMENTS BIENTÔT EN WALLONIE

Désormais, ce sont des ANIMAUX GENETIQUEMENT MODIFIES (ET DONC BREVETES !) qui sont sur le point d'être introduits dans nos contrées par la volonté malfaisante et conjointe de nos dirigeants pourris et de nos industriels avides et fous !

En Belgique, nous apprenons ainsi que des CHEVRES GENETIQUEMENT MODIFIEES AFIN DE PRODUIRE DANS LEUR LAIT UN MEDICAMENT à usage soi-disant vétérinaire (!!!) risquent d'arriver très bientôt du côté de Marloie (Marche-en-Famenne) !!!

Il existe bien évidemment des risques COLOSSAUX : risque sanitaire bien entendu (quelles conséquences sur la santé des populations humaines ? Les taux de cancer vont à nouveau exploser, sans nul doute), MAIS AUSSI le risque de voir les troupeaux biologiques et naturels remplacés, à la longue - avidité et brevet aidant - par des créatures artificielles créées en éprouvette...

A nouveau, nous retrouvons le nom d'une MULTINATIONALE QUI EST LEADER MONDIALE DE LA "SANTE" ANIMALE (comprenez qu'elle est leader mondiale de la MALTRAITANCE animale)...

Une réaction doit être mise sur pied, sinon nous serons très rapidement touchés par les conséquences de cette nouvelle abomination.

A bon entendeur... Vic.

BELGA Publié le mercredi 10 août 2016 à 09h51 - Mis à jour le mercredi 10 août 2016 à 09h51



Dès l'année prochaine, la société Bio-Sourcing inaugurera sur le territoire wallon un élevage d'une centaine de chèvres dont les gènes ont été modifiés pour qu'elles produisent dans leur lait une protéine thérapeutique particulière, rapporte le journal Le Soir mercredi. Cette protéine sera extraite du lait et purifiée afin de produire un médicament à usage vétérinaire pour le compte d'un des leaders mondiaux de la santé animale, partenaire de Bio-Sourcing. Aucun détail ne filtre toutefois sur l'identité de ce partenaire et la maladie traitée. Derrière ce projet, on retrouve le Français Bertrand Merot, ancien vice-président du LFB (Laboratoire français de biotechnologie). Il a trouvé en Wallonie une oreille très attentive des autorités régionales qui lui ont octroyé des aides pour mener à bien son projet en vue de l'attirer. Toute la recherche s'effectue au sein de la filiale américaine du LFB. Bio-Sourcing est sa spin-off, selon Le Soir

L'élevage devrait être basé à Marloie (Marche-en-Famenne), mais aucun accord n'a encore été signé. Si tout se passe comme prévu, elle devrait ouvrir l'année prochaine. Ensuite, il faudra compter deux ans pour constituer le troupeau.

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MessagePosté le: Jeu 11 Aoû - 06:54 (2016)    Sujet du message: LES ETATS-UNIS ENTROUVRENT LA PORTE AUX EMBRYONS MÊLANT CELLULES HUMAINES ET ANIMALES Répondre en citant

LES ETATS-UNIS ENTROUVRENT LA PORTE AUX EMBRYONS MÊLANT CELLULES HUMAINES ET ANIMALES

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Le gouvernement américain pourrait bientôt débloquer des fonds pour financer la recherche associant des cellules souches humaines à des embryons animaux, une perspective qui soulève une multitude de questions éthiques et scientifiques.

Le nom lui-même rappelle les plus grandes histoires de la mythologie, aux accents de science-fiction: c'est par le mot "chimère" que l'on désigne ces embryons animaux hybrides, comportant des cellules souches humaines.

Ils ouvrent d'immenses perspectives médicales, depuis le traitement de maladies dégénératives jusqu'à la création d'organes destinés à des greffes... mais suscitent aussi des questions si profondes que les Instituts américains de santé (NIH), qui dépendent du ministère de la Santé, avaient placé il y a un an un moratoire sur ce type de travaux.

Après avoir consulté chercheurs, biologistes et spécialistes du bien-être des animaux, le NIH se propose de lever ce moratoire, ouvrant la porte au financement public de ce type de recherches.

Seraient alors autorisées les expériences "où des cellules humaines pourraient apporter soit une contribution substantielle soit une modification fonctionnelle substantielle au cerveau de l'animal", selon un communiqué publié jeudi.

Le NIH a ouvert une période de 30 jours pour que spécialistes et grand public soumettent leurs commentaires en ligne. Après cette période, l'organisme décidera ou pas de lever le moratoire.

Les rencontres conduites depuis un an "ont démontré que bien que créer des modèles chimériques comporte des défis importants, il existe un intérêt et un potentiel évident derrière l'idée de produire des modèles animaux avec des tissus humains ou des organes permettant d'étudier le développement humain, les pathologies et les greffes d'organes", explique le NIH dans sa demande de commentaires au public.

La recherche mêlant cellules humaines et animales n'est pas nouvelle. Depuis des décennies, les scientifiques greffent ainsi des tumeurs humaines sur des souris, et des valves cardiaques provenant de porcs sont fréquemment utilisées chez des patients.

Mais ce nouveau projet ne laisse personne indifférent.

"Imaginons que nous ayons des cochons dotés de cerveaux humains et qu'ils se demandent pourquoi on conduit des expériences sur eux. Ou que nous ayons des corps humains dotés de cerveaux animaux et que nous nous disions alors +et bien, ils ne sont pas vraiment humains, nous pouvons les soumettre à des expériences et y cultiver des organes", avance Stuart Newman, chercheur au New York Medical College.

Questions morales

Même si la proposition du NIH n'implique pas pour l'instant de travailler à la création d'animaux dotés de cerveaux humains complets, "nous n'avons pas de lois dans ce pays permettant de l'empêcher", proclame-t-il.

"J'envisage des scénarios extrêmes mais le simple fait de créer ces embryons chimériques était considéré comme un scénario extrême il y a encore 15 ou 20 ans", dit-il à l'AFP.

C'est justement il y a déjà près de 20 ans que Stuart Newman avait déposé une demande de brevet sur une chimère humaine-animale, non pas parce qu'il comptait en créer une mais parce qu'il voulait attirer l'attention sur ses dangers potentiels.

Il avait donc pris comme une victoire le rejet de sa demande par le bureau américain des brevets en 2005. Mais il craint désormais de ne pas avoir été entendu. "On s'habitue peu à peu aux choses".

Tout en reconnaissant les dangers potentiels, d'autres mettent en avant les immenses perspectives que ces travaux ouvriraient pour l'homme.

"En ce qui concerne la recherche sur la schizophrénie ou Alzheimer et la dépression, nous ne pouvons pas étudier les cellules du cerveau d'humains souffrant de ces maladies car nous ne pouvons pas ouvrir les cerveaux de personnes encore vivantes", remarque Robert Klitzman, directeur de programme sur la bioéthique de l'université de Columbia.

L'initiative du NIH est donc un "grand pas dans la bonne direction" recelant "l'immense potentiel d'aider des millions de personnes".

Mais il est essentiel que des spécialistes de l'éthique participent au comité de pilotage des NIH, estime-t-il également. "Nous ne voulons pas d'une souris ou d'un chimpanzé qui disposerait tout à coup de qualités de type humaines, car cela poserait des questions morales".

http://www.lalibre.be/actu/sciences-sante/les-etats-unis-entrouvrent-la-porte-aux-embryons-melant-cellules-humaines-et-animales-57a576b435704fe6c1d16842


 


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MessagePosté le: Dim 14 Aoû - 04:45 (2016)    Sujet du message: DARPA WANTS ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TO EXPLAIN ITSELF Répondre en citant

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By Mohana Ravindranath August 11, 2016
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The Pentagon wants to incorporate artificial intelligence into more systems but first needs to ensure its employees fully understand what drives AI, a new broad agency announcement suggests.

Potential applications for defense are endless—autonomous aerial and undersea war-fighting or surveillance, among others—but humans won't make full use of AI until they trust it won't fail, according to the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. A new DARPA effort aims to nurture communication between machines and humans by investing in AI that can explain itself as it works.

An intelligence analyst who receives recommendations from algorithms about what to investigate further "needs to understand why the algorithm has recommended certain activity,” the BAA said. And the personnel overseeing a new autonomous system needs to know why it makes decisions so they "can decide how to use it in future missions."

DARPA is looking for researchers who can create prototypes for AI systems that display their decision-making rationale—a feature DARPA calls "Explainable AI" or "XAI." The agency also wants teams that study the psychological theory behind effective explanations—should a machine describe its actions using analogies or examples?—and assess if a user's trust in an AI system grows if it explains itself. DARPA hosted a Proposers' Day on the topic Thursday. 

The end user, DARPA writes, is any person who "depends on decisions, recommendations or actions produced by an AI system, and therefore needs to understand the rationale for the system’s decisions.”

Ultimately, the user should be able to understand the answers to questions like "why did you do that," "when do you fail," or "when can I trust you."

Historically, the inner-workings of the most sophisticated machine-learning systems, such as deep learning, are the least transparent to a user, according to DARPA. But the easiest to understand, such as simple decision trees, aren't as accurate.

Explainable AI could help humans apply it to more sectors globally, but it's especially important for the Defense Department, which is "facing challenges that demand the development of more intelligent, autonomous and symbiotic systems," the BAA said.

http://www.nextgov.com/emerging-tech/2016/08/darpa-wants-artificial-intelli…


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MessagePosté le: Dim 21 Aoû - 06:28 (2016)    Sujet du message: PHOTOS EXCLUSIVES DU CONVOI DEVANT RELÂCHER LES MOUSTIQUES TRANSGENIQUES EN FLORIDE Répondre en citant

PHOTOS EXCLUSIVES DU CONVOI DEVANT RELÂCHER LES MOUSTIQUES TRANSGENIQUES EN FLORIDE

Je trouve que ces camions sont un peu gros et trop nombreux pour qu'ils soient utiliser pour relâcher des moustiques. Ne s'agirait-il pas de véhicules militaires-médical, où les populations seraient appelés à se rendre pour test et traitements? On ne peut que supposer à ce point-ci. Quand à cette nouvelle expérimentation et destruction sur les populations, elle, elle est bien commencée, et il y aurait, selon les médias, des victimes en Floride.

Publié par wikistrike.com sur 19 Août 2016, 07:58am

Catégories : #Ecologie - conso - biodiversité - énergie, #Insolite - étrange et bêtise humaine



Ce convoi déverserait les fameux moustiques trangéniques, lâchés actuellement en Floride pour lutter contre le soi-disant virus zika.

L'Agence américaine des aliments et des médicaments (FDA) vient de donner son aval à un test destiné à vérifier l'efficacité de moustiques transgéniques pour combattre le Zika, un virus qui fait des ravages depuis plusieurs mois dans les pays d'Amérique latine et qui a fait son apparition aux États-Unis.
 
Ce test sera réalisé dans les Keys, en Floride, par la compagnie britannique de biotechnologies Oxitec, rachetée l'an dernier par sa rivale américaine Intrexon. S'il est concluant, il pourrait permettre de diminuer la population de moustique Aedes aegypti, une espèce dont la piqûre peut potentiellement transmettre le Zika, mais aussi la dengue, la fièvre jaune et le chikungunya.
 
Selon le communiqué émis vendredi par la FDA, ce test n'aura pas d'impact significatif sur l'environnement.
 
Cette annonce survient alors que les autorités de la Floride doivent composer avec leurs premiers cas de transmission locale du virus Zika; 16 personnes ont été infectées jusqu'à maintenant dans la seule ville de Miami.
 
Dimanche, le gouverneur de l'État, Rick Scott, a assuré sur les ondes de NBC que le quartier de Miami où ces personnes ont été contaminées était sous contrôle. Il a toutefois renouvelé son appel à l'aide aux autorités fédérales, à qui il demande la livraison urgente de 10 000 trousses de prévention (moustiquaires, produits antimoustiques, etc.).
 
«Nous faisons du très bon travail pour éliminer les moustiques. Les autorités sanitaires locales et de l'État sont sur le terrain», selon Rick Scott, gouverneur de la Floride (républicain).
 
Le quartier touché est celui de Wynwood, un secteur populaire auprès des jeunes et des touristes. Il s'étend sur un peu moins de deux kilomètres carrés, à proximité du centre-ville de Miami.
 
La date exacte à laquelle débutera le test n'a pas été révélée.
 
Le moment venu, des millions de moustiques transgéniques (OX513A) seront lâchés dans la nature, tous des mâles de l'espèce Aedes aegypti. Modifiés génétiquement, ces mâles ne piqueront pas, mais ils s'accoupleront avec les femelles. Celles-ci engendreront ensuite une progéniture qui, elle, ne pourra pas se reproduire.
 
Des tests quant à l'utilisation de moustiques génétiquement modifiés ontdéjà été menés au Brésil, au Panama et aux îles Caïmans, a souligné Oxitec par voie de communiqué vendredi. Ces expériences auraient permis de diminuer la population locale de moustiques Aedes aegypti d'au moins 90 %, « un niveau de contrôle exceptionnel comparé à ceux des méthodes conventionnelles, comme les pesticides ».
 
En juin, un rapport des Académies américaines des sciences estimait que cette méthode était prometteuse. Ses auteurs affirmaient cependant qu'il était encore trop tôt pour lâcher ces moustiques transgéniques dans la nature.
 
Source:
http://quebec.huffingtonpost.ca/2016/08/07/zika-moustiques-genetique_n_1137…
 
Autres liens: 
La Floride "commence" l'épandage d'insecticides pour contrôler le virus Zika
http://conscience-du-peuple.blogspot.com/2016/08/la-floride-commence-lepand…

ET VOILÀ: Des scientifiques avertissent que des mutations génétiques provoquées par l'agent pathogène mortel contenu dans le virus Zika menacent de devenir irrévocablement établies dans l'ADN humain
http://conscience-du-peuple.blogspot.com/2016/02/et-voila-des-scientifiques…

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MessagePosté le: Sam 27 Aoû - 05:20 (2016)    Sujet du message: FLYING GMO SPIDERS TO COMBAT MOSQUITOES Répondre en citant

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Posted on April 28, 2016 by StubhillNews



 
The government has approved plans to release 100 thousand genetically modified spiders to combat out-of-control mosquito populations in southern Florida.

“The new species is a cross between a hornet and a brown recluse,” said lead scientist Seth Brundle. “Hopefully, this first batch will be the first of many more to come.”

Brundle has cleverly named the new species “flyders” because “they dope af.”

Surprisingly, not everyone thinks these flyders are a good idea.

Pete Parker, a leading anti-GMO activist, said that scientists haven’t considered all the possible outcomes.

“Sure, it looks great on paper, but what happens if there are unforeseen consequences?” said Parker. “This is a great amount of power these scientists are wielding, and I don’t think they are prepared for that kind of responsibility. This is not what nature intended. We should only be breeding and releasing free-range, all-natural, and gluten-free spiders by the hundreds of thousands.”

https://stubhillnews.com/2016/04/28/flying-gmo-spiders/


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© Sputnik/ Michael Klimentyev Russia 16:15 02.09.2016

 Russia’s weapons designers keep wowing the world with already existing “arms of the future” and exotic designs that border on science-fiction.

Smart bullets The “smart bullet,” currently being tested in Russia, is exactly one such wonder weapon. And smart it really is because, as it flies, it is able to correct its path either automatically or with the shooter’s help, to hit the bull’s eye.

Its creators call their unique brainchild “a jet-propelled sniper complex with a guided bullet,” adding enigmatically that there is an entirely new generation of long-range armor-piercing bullets made from two or more types of metal now in the making.


Robot Ball exhibition © Sputnik/ Vladimir Astapkovich Russia’s Future Weapons: Avatars, Combat Robots and Mind-Controlled Quadcopters A bullet like this will hit targets 8-10 kilometers away. Just what this complex really looks like or how the smart bullet is going to “think” is a big secret though.

Avatar joins the army ranks

A new robot-avatar, designed to have functions comparable to those of a human being, was revealed to Russian President Vladimir Putin at the Central Institute for Scientific Research in January 2015.

The human-like robot made five shots with its gun and drove a quad around the training area. Special sensors, attached to the robot’s limbs, allow an operator to drive the robot remotely.

The machine is expected to be able to effectively work on its own in the conditions of human infrastructure, travel on a variety of terrains, drive a vehicle and provide emergency medical aid.

Rail gun fires into space

An electromagnetic railgun was tested in the US earlier this year firing bullets at Mach 6 — six times the speed of sound. Not to be outdone, Russian engineers are now at work developing this country’s very own such weapon of the future. In a series of laboratory tests the Russian prototype has fired its projectile at a whopping 6.25 kilometers per second. A weapon capable of firing at a speed like this renders useless all existing means of ship, plane or tank protection.

Moreover, a projectile made from several kilos of tungsten is comparable to a small-yield nuclear artillery shell as it generates almost as much energy without leaving behind a deadly trail of radiation. During the latest such test the projectile reached the speed of over 11 kilometers a second, which means that the Russian railgun can send payloads right into space! Talk to me, Ratnik!

The development of the third generation Ratnik infantry combat system is already under way in Russia. As an upgraded version of the Ratnik-2 "soldier of the future " outfit more than 80,000 Russian servicemen were equipped with last year, Ratnik-3 will integrate various biomechanical tools, including exoskeletons. What makes ratnik-3 so special is that it will enable the soldier to control his “onboard” systems by voice this radically increasing his chances of survival in combat.


A soldier in 'Ratnik' modern military garment © Sputnik/ Ramil Sitdikov

A soldier in 'Ratnik' modern military garment

The Ratnik outfit is mainly designed for snipers, riflemen, drivers of armored vehicles and airborne combat vehicle gunners. Russian military engineers are working out unified combat subsystems where a soldier could act as part of a single structure.

The Ratnik gear helps a soldier maintain a stable radio contact with all its other elements and receive continuously updated reconnaissance data about enemy positions and the overall situation in the combat zone, something that makes him an intellectual fighting machine.

Related: Just Add Muscle: Russia's 'Future Soldier' to Get Exoskeletons and Robotics
http://sputniknews.com/russia/20160819/1044431274/russia-army-tech-exoskele…

Read more: http://sputniknews.com/russia/20160902/1044897242/russia-future-weapons.htm…


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TOUT CE QUE VOUS AVEZ TOUJOURS VOULU SAVOIR SUR LA SEXUALITE DES ROBOTS 



Pixabay Sci-tech 22:50 06.09.2016

Les humains seront-ils un jour prêts à aimer et à épouser les machines? A part l'intelligence artificielle, est-ce que les robots, de leur côté, sont disposés à séduire les hommes?

Tels sont les défis de la 12e conférence internationale Human Choice and Computers sur la coopération sensuelle entre les êtres humains et les robots, qui débute dans la ville de Salford dans la région de Manchester en Grande-Bretagne. "Peu importe le niveau de l'intelligence artificielle d'une machine, car l'amour nécessite la participation de deux êtres humains et plusieurs interactions de matière chimique sont engagées", explique David Kreps de l'Université de Salford. = L'amour, mais de quel amour parle-t-on ici? D'une relation entre un homme et un robot? Un robot n'a pas d'âme et est créé en fonction de son utilité, qui dans ce cas, est de pervertir l'humanité pour l'amener à vivre dans la débauche la plus totale. Ce n'est pas sur ses principes que Dieu a créé la sexualité entre un homme et une femme dans le cadre du couple et pour cette même raison, les anges-déchus et leurs mignons feront tout pour pervertir le sens du mot "Amour". En vivant sous cette "réalité" virtuelle, comment un homme, une femme pourra croire un robot qui lui dira "Je t'aime"? Et il existe aussi maintenant le sexe virtuel "...Si, par exemple, l'homme se trouve à New York et la femme à Hambourg, ils peuvent connecter les masturbateur et vibromasseur via Internet...  https://fr.sputniknews.com/insolite/201608231027424958-magasin-sex-toys-all… . Cette génération deviendra de plus en plus dégénérée, car sa vie est de plus en plus centré sur le plaisir que sur la Parole divine
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Selon lui, le plus grand problème actuel est pourtant beaucoup plus ordinaire: il s'agit de l'écart entre la réalité et les images de robots décrits par la science-fiction.

Mikhail Voskresensky Pamela Anderson part en guerre contre l'industrie du X Cependant, la science permet d'implanter plusieurs appareils dans le corps humain afin de gérer la santé humaine. De plus, les robots sont capables d'intensifier le plaisir. En outre, des marques mondiales ont déjà effectué certains efforts dans le cadre de leurs opérations marketing pour relativiser le niveau d'intimité des relations entre deux êtres humains, surtout sur fond d'épanouissement de l'industrie X en ligne et sur les réseaux sociaux.

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MessagePosté le: Sam 10 Sep - 06:00 (2016)    Sujet du message: SECRETARY CARTER TO TRAVEL TO CALIFORNIA, TEXAS TO FOSTER DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION Répondre en citant

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  Secretary of Defense Ash Carter will travel to Northern California and Texas Sept. 12-14 to continue advancing one of his top priorities as Secretary of Defense, building and rebuilding bridges between the Pentagon and America’s innovative technology sector.

On Sept. 12 Secretary Carter will return to Silicon Valley, home of DoD’s startup, the Defense Innovation Unit-Experimental, or DIUx. Secretary Carter launched DIUx last year, and updated the organization in May to maximize its agility and effectiveness in putting commercially-based innovation into the hands of America's men and women in uniform. The secretary also opened DIUx’s Boston office at the end of July.

During his visit to Silicon Valley, Secretary Carter will meet with DIUx staff and host a roundtable focused on the future of work and the Force of the Future. He will then travel to the San Francisco headquarters of nonprofit artificial intelligence research company OpenAI, where he will meet with artificial intelligence researchers who will brief him on the potential applications and implications of their work.

On Sept. 13, Secretary Carter will attend the TechCrunch Disrupt conference in San Francisco. He will participate in a fireside chat with TechCrunch senior editor Matt Burns to discuss the secretary's vision for the future of the Department of Defense and innovation in a session entitled "Redefining Defense." He will then participate in a recruiting event with the United States Digital Service and the Defense Digital Service to speak with candidates interested in applying their technical expertise to the mission of national defense.

The secretary will then fly to Austin, TX, home of many leading technology companies. On Sept. 14, he will deliver remarks at the Capital Factory technology incubator regarding innovation, and will provide an update on DIUx activities.

Press interested in covering any of these events locally can request contact information from OSD Press Operations at 703-697-5131 or osd.pa.dutyofficer@mail.mil

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SECRETARY CARTER TO TRAVEL TO CALIFORNIA, TEXAS TO FOSTER DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION

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Release No: PA-153-16
Sept. 8, 2016

  Secretary of Defense Ash Carter will travel to Northern California and Texas Sept. 12-14 to continue advancing one of his top priorities as Secretary of Defense, building and rebuilding bridges between the Pentagon and America’s innovative technology sector.

On Sept. 12 Secretary Carter will return to Silicon Valley, home of DoD’s startup, the Defense Innovation Unit-Experimental, or DIUx. Secretary Carter launched DIUx last year, and updated the organization in May to maximize its agility and effectiveness in putting commercially-based innovation into the hands of America's men and women in uniform. The secretary also opened DIUx’s Boston office at the end of July.

During his visit to Silicon Valley, Secretary Carter will meet with DIUx staff and host a roundtable focused on the future of work and the Force of the Future. He will then travel to the San Francisco headquarters of nonprofit artificial intelligence research company OpenAI, where he will meet with artificial intelligence researchers who will brief him on the potential applications and implications of their work.

On Sept. 13, Secretary Carter will attend the TechCrunch Disrupt conference in San Francisco. He will participate in a fireside chat with TechCrunch senior editor Matt Burns to discuss the secretary's vision for the future of the Department of Defense and innovation in a session entitled "Redefining Defense." He will then participate in a recruiting event with the United States Digital Service and the Defense Digital Service to speak with candidates interested in applying their technical expertise to the mission of national defense.

The secretary will then fly to Austin, TX, home of many leading technology companies. On Sept. 14, he will deliver remarks at the Capital Factory technology incubator regarding innovation, and will provide an update on DIUx activities.

Press interested in covering any of these events locally can request contact information from OSD Press Operations at 703-697-5131 or osd.pa.dutyofficer@mail.mil

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HOW TO SAVE YOUR SOUL IN A DIGITAL AGE



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WOULD AN A.I. JESUS END THE WORLD? ZOLTAN ISTVAN SAYS YES! - RESPONSE TO 'THE JESUS SINGULARITY'



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The presidential candidate for the Transhumanist Party recently published a short story on Motherboard called THE JESUS SINGULARITY. The short outlines a scenario where the vice president who is labelled a born-again Christian and a champion of the "Christian vote in America," takes over the presidency and demands the Artificial Intelligence to be made a Christian. The result is an AI that is fundamentalist and destroys the earth. Such a scenario severely undermines the real Gospel message, and paints Christians under the premise of public and political Christianity. This video is my response to the story.


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ACCORDING TO NUMEROUS ANCIENT TEXTS, ADVENCED EXTRATERRESTRIALS CREATED THE HUMAN SPECIES




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According to numerous ancient Texts, Advanced Extraterrestrials CREATED the human species.
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In many sacred ancient texts, we find stories of the creation of man. Among the most important texts we have the Sumerian creation texts, which mention the creation of man and their creators, The Anunnaki, “Those who from heaven came to Earth.” = The teaching of the fallen ones and demons

There are several Bible verses that refer to the creation of Adam and Eve, which some believe to be based on writings of Sumerian clay tablets that speak of “superior” beings which created the first human species.


Genesis 1:26-27: Then God said, “Let us make mankind in our image, in our likeness, so that they may rule over the fish in the sea and the birds in the sky, over the livestock and all the wild animals,[a] and over all the creatures that move along the ground.” So God created mankind in his own image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them. = Our God is Yahwe, not some kind of reptilians demons. The God they reject since the beginning in the garden of Heaven.

In other ancient texts, like the Popol Vuh, which is known as the sacred book of the Quiché, the great Maya family, the “powerful ones from the sky” created man.

In the Qur’an, One night in the month of Ramadan, in the year 610 CE, Muhammad suddenly came up with a story that angel Gabriel appeared to him and gave him revelations from Allah. Gabriel ordered Muhammad to read in the name of your god as stated in the following verses: . Verse 96.1: “read in the name of god who created”; . Verse 96.2: “created man from a clinging substance”; . Verse 96.3: “read and your god, the most generous”; . Verse 96.4: “who taught by the pen”; . Verse 96.5: “Taught man what he did not knew”.

In Japanese creation myths, it is believed that, in ancient times, a heavenly couple descended from the heavens, bread on Earth, leaving their children on Earth and forming the Japanese people.

In 2002 with the discovery of the human genome, researchers indicated that humans have 223 genes that do not have predecessors in the genetic tree of evolution.

The answer on why only humans have had such an abrupt evolution from all the species on Earth might be replied to by the numbers ancient texts that speak of how life was created. Why do we decide to ignore them? Because science does not agree with them?

According to other researchers that are more open-minded, it does not seem far-fetched that humans were created by an extraterrestrial civilization in the distant past, with the help of genetic engineering, something that would perhaps help explain the 223 “alien genes” present in our DNA. = To create new creatures, they need to take the good DNA coming from the true God, and they create new species and monsters.


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LA RUSSIE TESTE SON PREMIER BUS SANS CHAUFFEUR MATRESHKA
 

© Sputnik. Рамиль Ситдиков Economie 08:48 01.10.2016(mis à jour 14:30 01.10.2016)

La Russie a présenté son premier bus sans conducteur à Sotchi. L'autobus sans chauffeur Matreshka M2B8 (Poupée russe), le premier bus sans pilote conçu en Russie, a été présenté vendredi par la compagnie russe Bakulin Motors Group dans le cadre du forum d'investissement international Sotchi-2016, annoncent les médias russes.

« Il s'agit du premier bus sans conducteur en Russie, fabriqué par les ingénieurs russes, il a été testé par les experts du centre d'innovations Skolkovo », a déclaré le PDG de la compagnie Alexeï Bakouline lors de la cérémonie de remise du bus au centre de formation des enfants doués Sirius.

Le bus Matreshka M2B8 peut transporter huit personnes, sa vitesse maximale est de 30 km/h. Il peut couvrir 130 km avec une seule charge. Des tests du nouveau bus qui roule sans intervention humaine se déroulent actuellement au centre des innovations russe Skolkovo, dans la région de Moscou.

Ces derniers temps, les bus sans pilotes gagnent en popularité dans le monde. En France, un bus électrique et sans conducteur capable de transporter 15 personnes circule depuis le 2 septembre à Lyon. Sa vitesse maximale est inférieure à celle du Matreshka M2B8 (20 km/h). Suivez Sputnik sur Telegram pour ne jamais manquer les actualités les plus importantes grâce à nos sélections du matin et du soir. Pour recevoir les actualités de notre chaîne, il suffit de télécharger l'application Telegram sur n'importe quel smartphone, tablette ou ordinateur puis cliquer sur le lien et appuyer sur « Join ».

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VIDEO : WHAT IT's LIKE TO CONTROL A ROBOT AVATAR


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Using a robotic avatar to go places a human body can't is the stuff of sci-fi dreams. That's why Japanese airline ANA is sponsoring the Avatar XPrize.

"So the goal of the Avatar Xprize is a contest that will bring all the makers together to create a general purpose avatar system," said Dr. Harry Kloor, an innovator for the contest. "If I have one in a village, for instance, I can have every doctor, every engineer every machinist, whatever you need, when you need it, it could be there."

The current system on display requires the user to wear several pieces of equipment—a headset, a vest and a pair of gloves with haptic feedback, allowing the user to feel what the robot feels.

Right now, the prototype can only do simple tasks like wave and shake hands, but seeing out of a robot's eyes is still making science fact out of science fiction.
To learn more, check out the video below from CNET

TAKING CONTROL OF A ROBOT AVATAR




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BEYOND THE BELWAY : THE GOVERNMENT EXPANDS ITS HUNT FOR NEW TECH



Over the past several months, Nextgov’s Tech & Tequila meetups have been gathering a loyal following—government and private sector techies looking for a place to unwind over cocktails and discuss the most cutting-edge federal projects. This eBook debriefs the topics covered at the latest meetups this summer, highlighting key conversations focused around how government is harnessing innovations from Silicon Valley, such as artificial intelligence, biotech and more.

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Ten intelligent robots have started to work as customs officers at three ports in the cities of Zhuhai and Zhongshan, Southern China's Guangdong province on Saturday, according to the local customs office. They are the first batch of intelligent robots, to be used by Chinese customs at the ports of Gongbei, Hengqin and Zhongshan. The robots, named Xiao Hai, have state-of-the-art perception technology and are able to listen, speak, learn, see and walk.

Based on a specialized customs database, the robots can answer questions in 28 languages and dialects, including Cantonese, Mandarin, English and Japanese.

There are some particular problems they cannot solve, and customs officials said they will link the robots to their customer service hotline in the future.

With face recognition technology, the robots can detect suspicious people and raise an alarm, according to Zhao Min, director of Gongbei customs.

Source: Xinhua News Agency

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MessagePosté le: Mar 18 Oct - 07:39 (2016)    Sujet du message: TECH GIANTS RACE FOR EDGE IN ARTIFICIAL INTELIGENCE Répondre en citant

TECH GIANTS RACE FOR EDGE IN ARTIFICIAL INTELIGENCE

By Glenn CHAPMAN
San Francisco (AFP) Oct 12, 2016



Major technology firms are racing to infuse smartphones and other internet-linked devices with software smarts that help them think like people. The effort is seen as an evolution in computing that allows users to interact with machines in natural conversation style, telling devices to tend to tasks such as ordering goods, checking traffic, making restaurant reservations or searching for information.

The artificial intelligence (AI) component in these programs aims to make create a world in which everyone can have a virtual aide that gets to know them better with each interaction.

Here are some of the offerings available:

Google

Google is making a high-profile push into AI, with the internet titan's chief referring to it as a force for change as powerful as powerful as smartphones.

Google Assistant software is being built into new Pixel handsets -- aiming to outdo Apple's Siri -- enabling users to organize and use information on the devices and in the cloud -- to check emails, stay up to date on calendar appointments, news or ask for traffic and weather data.

Google also offers AI through its Allo messaging application which can be installed on smartphones, and its Google Home hub, a standalone device similar to Amazon's Echo which responds to voice commands to manage tasks and fetch information where people live.

Samsung

The South Korean electronics giant moved to jumpstart its AI efforts by purchasing the US startup Viv Labs, launched by the creators of Apple's Siri.

Samsung says the acquisition announced this month is part of its effort o provide AI-based voice assistance services its customers can use across all Samsung devices and products, from smartphones to televisions to washing machines.

Samsung is world's leading maker of smartphones powered by Google's free Android software, but also has its own Tizen mobile operating system, so how it may field its own virtual assistant technology remains to be seen.

Amazon


Amazon in 2014 unveiled its Echo home assistant, a voice-activated speaker, powered by its "Alexa" artificial intelligence program.

Users can ask for news or information updates, as well as ordering goods from the online retail giant.

Echo also serves as a connected-home hub which can control compatible appliances, lightbulbs and other devices.

Since introducing Echo, Amazon has launched a smaller version called "Dot" and integrated Alexa into its Fire TV devices.

Microsoft


Microsoft's personal assistant uses the name Cortana and is available on Windows devices and its Xbox console and as an application on Apple iOS and Android devices.

Unveiled in 2014, Cortana -- a name based on a character in its blockbuster game "Halo" -- responds to conversationally spoken requests or commands, using insights gleaned from calendars, contact lists, online searches and other smartphone sources to respond in a manner akin to a real-life aide.

Facebook

Facebook, heavily investing in artificial intelligence, is widely believed to be working on a personal assistant with the codename "M."

The social network's founder Mark Zuckerberg has said he wants to create a real-life version of "Jarvis," the assistant in the assistant in the Marvel Comics series "Iron Man."

For now, Facebook is enabling AI-powered "bots" on its Messenger mobile application that allows users to get answers to questions and engage in text exchanges as though chatting with the social network itself.

Apple


Apple was the first to offer its personal assistant, introducing Siri for the iPhone in 2011, and has been working to improve it over the years.

Recently, Siri was upgraded to interact with non-Apple applications, so users can book a ride with Lyft or make payments using Square Cash.

Apple has also introduced a Home application that can connect with smart appliances and other devices, and is reportedly working on a standalone speaker similar to Amazon Echo and Google Home.

IBM

Technology stalwart IBM made headlines nearly 20 years ago with "Deep Blue" software that beat world chess champion Garry Kasparov at his own game, and more recently with "Watson" artificial intelligence that triumphed over top human players in a Jeopardy television game show.

IBM has put Watson to work making business systems and services smarter with data and customers. Thousands of people are expected to attend a World of Watson conference later this month in Las Vegas.

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AS THE DAYS OF NOAH

NEW SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY FACTORY WILL DESIGN, BUILD, AND TEST CUSTOM ORGANISMS


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In Brief
  • A company is combining innovative concepts of engineering and biology to manufacture unique organisms for a wide variety of applications.
  • Aside from being exciting science, these organisms can also make a difference to a company's bottom line.

Custom-By-Design Organisms
 
Gingko Bioworks launched their new laboratory last month—an automated “factory” that mass-produces genetically modified organisms.

The organism company’s tagline is “Biology By Design,” and it aims to deliver just that in their second foundry, which is equipped with numerous robots that mash together huge batches of genes to churn out new and exotic lifeforms. Gingko Bioworks puts together engineering principles and biology to create these lifeforms sought for industries of fragrance, cosmetics, and personal care, to name a few.


Credit: Gingko Bioworks
 
Synthetic biology is increasing in popularity for its promising applications. For example, Gingko Bioworks’ recent launch was celebrated with their own brew of beer made using a DNA cross of brewer’s yeast and an orange tree. Reportedly, it was described as citrusy and delicious. Another custom-by-design organism is in the works for Gingko Bioworks’ partnership with French perfumier, Robertet, where a rose oil-producing yeast is being developed. The benefit of such modification in the yeast is business: extracting traditional rose oil from petals is expensive, but snipping together the right genes from a rose plant to a yeast cell could pave the way to quality—albeit nontraditional—oil.

Engineering Control
 
Gingko is ambitiously working through the complexities of biology and genetics to create these experimental organisms. The company boasts of a design-build-test cycle: gene-enzyme mixes designed from the company’s scientific database is put together in a hundred different ways, and the “mashup” that services a client’s needs best is accepted as the new organism’s genetic profile. Their new liquid-handling robots like the Echo 525 make large-scale experimentation possible.

The advancement and sophistication of bioengineering technology is making it really simple for humans (especially with dropping prices of manufactured DNA—the very building blocks Gingko uses) to create and control life on this planet. This power could be used to improve many lives—yet, caution is important to ensure there are not any unintended negative consequences. Continued study and academic discussion about this science is imperative to bring together a community that actively benefits from and guards it.

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MessagePosté le: Lun 24 Oct - 16:52 (2016)    Sujet du message: JUSTICE 2.0: LA MACHINE CAPABLE DE PREDIRE LES VERDICTS DE LA COUR DES DROITS DE L'HOMME Répondre en citant

JUSTICE 2.0: LA MACHINE CAPABLE DE PREDIRE LES VERDICTS DE LA COUR DES DROITS DE L'HOMME

They will be program to apply the justice of the international community, the natural laws who are the canon laws of Rome


© Fotolia/ Andrey Burmakin Société 12:59 24.10.2016(mis à jour 13:25 24.10.2016)

L’intelligence artificielle s'est avérée capable de deviner presque toute décision prise par la plus haute instance judiciaire de défense des droits de l'homme en Europe. Serons-nous bientôt jugés par des machines?

Les verdicts de la Cour européenne des droits de l'homme (CEDH) se sont avérés très prévisibles… Presque 80 % d'entre eux peuvent être désormais anticipés par une machine. Les informaticiens du Collège universitaire de Londres ont créé une intelligence artificielle capable de deviner, presque sans erreur, les résultats des audiences de la cour, révèle la revue Computer Science.

Comme l'expliquent les spécialistes, la découverte est appelée à aider les juges de la Cour européenne des droits de l'homme, qui doivent passer en revue des milliers de demandes, afin d'identifier celles qui méritent l'attention.

En analysant les statistiques, les informaticiens ont relevé que parmi les appels déposés, les juges de la CEDH étaient plus sensibles à une simple énonciation de faits qu'aux termes juridiques. Ceci montre qu'ils sont plus intéressés par le côté moral que par l'aspect formel, explique la revue.



L'intelligence artificielle, la meilleure ou la pire chose pour l'humanité, selon Hawking
https://fr.sputniknews.com/international/201610201028300125-hawking-intelli…


L'analyse de procès précédents ainsi que de nombreuses autres particularités ont été mis à la base d'un algorithme informatique. Un long cursus d'apprentissage a permis à l'intelligence artificielle de perfectionner sa compétence et d'obtenir des résultats impressionnants : dans 79 % des cas son verdict a coïncidé avec celui prononcé par les juges. Cour pénale internationale © AFP 2016 Martijn Beekman / ANP Le début de la fin pour la Cour pénale internationale?

Les critiques appellent toutefois à ne pas surestimer les capacités de la technologie. « L'intelligence artificielle est capable de bien deviner, cependant sans l'évaluation d'un large contexte qui dépasse l'expérience obtenue ainsi que sans entraînement, cela peut donner un résultat erroné », a estimé dans une interview à la BBC Matt Jones, analyste de la société de conseil Tessella. Suivez Sputnik sur Telegram pour ne jamais manquer les actualités les plus importantes grâce à nos sélections du matin et du soir. Pour recevoir les actualités de notre chaîne, il suffit de télécharger l'application Telegram sur n'importe quel smartphone, tablette ou ordinateur puis cliquer sur le lien et appuyer sur « Join »

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MessagePosté le: Ven 4 Nov - 02:17 (2016)    Sujet du message: COMBINES AI, ROBOTS, AND MONKEYS IN EXO-SUITS Répondre en citant

COMBINES AI, ROBOTS, AND MONKEYS IN EXO-SUITS

By Mark Harris
Posted 22 Sep 2016 | 18:35 GMT


  Illustration: IEEE Spectrum; images: U.S. Patent Application US20160243701A1 via Google Patents A new startup called Kindred, founded by a group of quantum computing pioneers, wants to develop an advanced AI system to control and train robots.

As if quantum computing wasn’t mind-bending enough, one of D-Wave Systems’ founders is now pursuing another futuristic idea: using artificial intelligence and high-tech exoskeleton suits to allow humans—and, at least according to one description of the technology, monkeys—to control and train an army of intelligent robots.

Geordie Rose is a cofounder and chief technology officer of D-Wave, the Canadian company selling machines that it claims exploit quantum mechanical effects to solve certain problems hundreds of millions times faster than traditional computers.

Now an IEEE Spectrum investigation has discovered that Rose is also CEO of Kindred Systems (aka Kindred AI), a stealthy startup he founded with others in 2014 dedicated to delivering advanced teleoperated and autonomous robots. The goal is making programming robots faster and less costly–and possibly revolutionize the world of work.

Kindred has so far received well over US $10 million in funding, according to Data Collective, the venture capital firm that led one of the rounds. Another Silicon Valley VC firm, Eleven Two Capital, also has a stake in the company. In a blog post, Data Collective described Kindred as using “AI-driven robotics so that one human worker can do the work of four.”

Kindred recently filed a U.S. patent application describing a system in which an operator wearing a head-mounted display and an exo-suit carries out everyday tasks. Data from the suit and from other external sensors is then analyzed by computers and used to control distant robots. 

Kindred has kept a very low profile, issuing no press releases and maintaining only a very basic website. However, last November, Suzanne Gildert, a former D-Wave researcher who is a cofounder and CTO of Kindred, told an audience of technologists that the company was building personal robots that use machine learning to recognize patterns and make decisions. “Quantum mechanics is cool, but humanlike intelligence in robots is cooler,” she is reported as saying.

Kindred, based in Vancouver, B.C., Canada, recently filed a U.S. patent application revealing the extent of its ambitions. The document describes a system where an operator wearing a head-mounted display and an exo-suit of sensors and actuators carries out everyday tasks. Data from the suit and from other external sensors is then analyzed by computers in the cloud and used to control distant robots. The data could also be used to train machine learning algorithms that would allow the robots to imitate the operator’s actions autonomously.

“An operator may include a non-human animal such as a monkey,” says the patent, “and the operator interface may be…re-sized to account for the differences between a human operator and a monkey operator.” (This isn’t the first device to enable monkeys to direct robots, but previous research has focused on brain-machine interfaces, not robot control and autonomy.)


  Image: U.S. Patent Application US20160243701A1 via Google Patents A rendering shows the exo-suit of sensors and actuators that an operator would wear to control a robot at a distance.

The application goes into some detail about the operator interface, a wearable robotic suit [image, right] that includes head and neck motion sensors, devices to capture arm movements, and haptic gloves. The operator can use foot pedals to control the robot’s movement and a virtual reality headset like the Oculus Rift to experience what the robot is seeing. The suit could even feature chemical and biometric sensors, as well as EEGs and MRI devices to capture brain waves.

The robot is envisioned as a 1.2-meter-tall humanoid, possibly covered with synthetic skin, with two (or more) arms ending in hands or grippers, and wheeled treads for locomotion. Cameras on its head would stream high-definition video to its simian operator, while other sensors might include infrared and ultraviolet imaging, GPS, touch, proximity, and strain sensors, and even a radiation detector.

This system could be used for straightforward teleoperation, where an operator would control a distant robot to complete industrial or domestic tasks. Legendary robotics lab Willow Garage trialed just such a system, called Heaphy, with some success back in 2011.

Now Kindred wants to take telerobotics to the next level. “Although a wealth of information included in human brains for performing various human executable tasks is available, robotic-related devices used to execute these tasks have historically not utilized this information or not made good use of it,” says Kindred’s patent document.

“An operator may include a non-human animal such as a monkey,” says the patent document, “and the operator interface may be . . . re-sized to account for the differences between a human operator and a monkey operator.”

More significant, the company wants its system to be able to learn from its operators, and ultimately carry out tasks without a human—or monkey—in the loop. “Device control instructions and environment sensor information generated over…multiple runs may…be used to derive autonomous control information which may be used to facilitate autonomous behavior in an autonomous device,” says the patent application.

The document suggests that Kindred will manage this using “deep hierarchical learning algorithms” such as a conditional deep belief network (CDBN) or a conditional restricted Boltzmann machine (CRBM), a type of powerful recurrent neural network.

 

Image: U.S. Patent Application US20160243701A1 via Google Patents A diagram illustrates how multiple operators and robots could communicate through Kindred’s AI system in the cloud.

In fact, there are references to research on CDBN and CRBM done by Graham Taylor, who is one of the inventors named in the patent application. Taylor leads the Machine Learning Research Group at the University of Guelph, in Ontario. He studied at the University of Toronto under deep-learning pioneer Geoff Hinton, who now works part-time for Google and coinvented Boltzmann machines in 1985.

Quantum computing firm D-Wave says that the operation of its system is “analogous to a…restricted Boltzmann machine,” and that its research team is “working to exploit the parallels between these architectures to substantially accelerate learning in deep, hierarchical neural networks.” In 2010, Geordie Rose coauthored a paper that claimed a quantum computer could perform some types of machine learning applications more efficiently than software on a traditional computer. Could this be the beginning of a new field: quantum robotics?

Neither Kindred nor D-Wave replied to Spectrum’s request for comment, but according to LinkedIn and Canadian government records, Kindred has about 25 employees in Vancouver, including several who previously worked at D-Wave. It also appears to have employees in the Bay Area, including a mechatronics engineer focusing on mechanical design and electromechanical integration.

As for practical applications, the patent document mentions industrial manufacturing, domestic chores, and even entertainment. “The task may for example be making a cup of coffee, or performing a choreographed dance,” it says. “An operator…may be an actor providing a recordable set of behaviors (e.g. a set of verbal communications…to be played through a speaker on the [robot]).”

More significant, the company wants its system to be able to learn from its operators, and ultimately carry out tasks without a human—or monkey—in the loop.

While it is unclear how far along Kindred is in actually building the telerobotics system described in its patent application, the document does include renderings of 3D models of the exo-suit, details of some components, and photos of glove assemblies and robotic tracks.

Robotics experts contacted by Spectrum said that making programming robots easier, as Kindred hopes to do, would be a huge advance for the field. But some were skeptical of the company’s ability to deliver the system as described. “The section on applying machine learning is far ahead of the state of the art,” says Tim Field, who developed the Heaphy telerobotics system at Willow Garage.

“The amount of data that’s required is astronomical.” He mentions a Google Research system that required 800,000 attempts for a robot arm to learn to pick up objects from a basket. “Think about the time it would take to perform 800,000 trials using a human operator,” he explains. “It’s just not possible right now.”

“It’s not a bad idea in principle, but the trick is going to be to capture the context of the task,” says Bill Smart, a roboticist at Oregon State University. “Plus, I’m willing to bet that the human isn’t going to move the robot optimally, since it’s going to have a different set of dynamics.”

And what about the idea of using primates to teach robots how to sing and dance? “If you had an infinite number of monkeys, maybe you’d get an optimal controller?” jokes Smart. “But keeping them on task would be a nightmare.”

If you think the whole idea is bananas, you might not have to wait long to learn more. Rose and Gildert are due to speak at a Machine Learning conference in Toronto next month.

Last updated 22 September 2016 6:25 pm E.T.

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By Kymm McCabe November 3, 2016

Kymm McCabe is a principal at Deloitte Digital.

We are at an inflection point in human history. We’re warming to the idea that the digital age is here and we’re starting to take it seriously. And as we come to terms with the notion that digital transformation is not a choice, it’s inevitable, the question many are asking is, if we want to become digital, where do we begin? This article offers some actionable ideas.

A good starting point is to revisit the four “revolutions” driving the current global digital shift. They are key to finding the answers federal organizations seek. According to digital futurist Don Tapscott:
  • The technology revolution continues to deliver industry-disrupting capabilities such as 3-D printing, cognitive computing, the internet of things and cloud-based everything.
  • The social revolution—think social media—changed how and the speed at which we connect, communicate and collaborate by providing real-time information that eliminates boundaries between people, companies and countries.
  • The net revolution is fueled by digital natives—people born into the digital world with bottom-line expectations of speed, participation and value in every interaction—who continue to lead global citizen and employee expectations.
  • Finally, the economic revolution stems from technology’s power to nearly eliminate transaction costs and reduce market friction by removing organizational and national boundaries that hampered global collaboration, production and innovation.
In other words, these revolutions are changing almost everything, from human interactions to technological implementations. Which means we are now forced to examine how these new methods fundamentally change our work and the expectations of value.

To this end, businesses are embracing the notion of becoming mature digital enterprises, and leading organizations are actively applying principles of “strategic digital transformation.” In fact, by 2018, 67 percent of Global 2000 CEOs are expected to have "digital" at the center of their corporate strategy, according to IDC’s top technology predictions. 

Reinforcing this focus, a global MIT Sloan study, "Strategy not Technology Drives Digital Transformation," observed that “Digital strategies in the most mature organizations are developed with an eye on transforming the business … versus solving discrete business problems with individual digital technologies.”

Because the federal government is still just starting its journey, efforts to date have primarily been opportunistic rather than transformative. Agencies have implemented digital “point-solutions” that address a specific requirement or issue rather than creating a digital transformation strategy to serve as a guide for prioritizing and implementing impactful digital solutions step by step.

The good news is, the federal government is primed to make the shift from a transactional to a strategic digital approach as many leaders recognize the impact of the four revolutions. Some federal organizations are already taking steps toward creating digital-age enterprises. Federal organizations are maturing as they realize that simply doing digital things does not make them digital. To take a real digital leap, agencies need to make developing a holistic digital strategy a high priority.

It's All About Humans and Value

It’s important to note "holistic" does not mean doing everything at once, but it does mean thinking through a broad-based set of transformational aspirations and opportunities. An easy way is with a digital transformation maturity model. Deloitte Digital uses Digital DNA to identify characteristics that help organizations assess their current and aspirational states and select the most impactful initiatives to move forward quickly so they will thrive in a digital world.

These characteristics range from Continuously Innovating and Real Time & On-Demand, to Morphing Team Structures and Productive Mobility. This type of approach helps put first things first by identifying areas of transformation with the greatest potential impact to achieve the organization’s digital desires and sequencing them to build essential capabilities and momentum in the most effective and efficient sequence.

Today, federal agencies' areas of need are typically expressed in the following areas:

Reimagining government: How can we establish new operating models for the digital world? Often, efforts in this area target concentrating on human experiences vs. procedure, desired outcomes vs. processes, and transitioning from legacy to new business models and technologies.

Making these changes requires an understanding of where the agency falls within a digital transformation framework that categorizes missions along a spectrum, from those that operate like retail businesses (think U.S. Postal Service), to those that foster research and education (think Education Department and International Trade Administration), to those that regulate or enforce laws and protect the nation (think departments of Homeland Security and Defense). It means identifying the agency’s key digital aspirations, and including the art of the possible in the agency's “brand”—how the agency wants to be experienced and perceived.

Only then can you reimagine what steps the agency could take to create a road map (not a plan) and rewire to quickly drive compliant, digital results. Such a road map should include rethinking delivery models, refocusing on people, retooling and modernizing technology, and creating a culture that marries the digital mindset with our public service ethos to deliver on its mission today and in the future.

Then, organizations can select a few of the most impactful initiatives and get started. Take deliberate steps to deliver incremental value in the direction of the aspirations, learn from experiences, and keep moving forward.

Defining and designing "customer," citizen and employee experiences:
 How can superior experiences be created at every touchpoint? This usually means identifying the diverse "customer" and employee types such as soldiers, analysts, travelers, taxpayers, benefits recipients and visitors. You will want to identify the customer and employee experience and discover their "wants," behaviors and touch points by mapping their journeys (this is not the same as process mapping).

Your organization's data and analytics provide the key to continuously gaining a better understanding of customer and organizational needs and opportunities; making decisions that have a mission, citizen, or employee impact; and providing stakeholders with the new capabilities they seek.


This approach can also improve experiences by delivering digital innovations to customers through products and services, campaigns and touch points, business model innovations, personalized content, data-rich delivery mechanisms and value-creating ecosystems. In other words, it is important to design and build omni-channel experiences that actively engage people where they are and meet their varying digital age expectations.

Digitizing operations: How do we change our operations in support of a digital enterprise? The good news is, by identifying with the digital aspirations and customer experience front-and-center, it becomes clear what operations must be changed to be effective, efficient and rapid to meet digital-era expectations.

This requires reimagining operations and creating a roadmap considering a continuum of digital dimensions and then rewiring front-to-back-office operations as an extension of the broader transition to a digital organization. This means focusing on the evolution from legacy to digital approaches and technologies required to serve customers and deliver missions as desired.

Factors Driving Effectiveness
Establishing a holistic digital strategy that provides services that meet the needs and expectations of customers and employees is an imperative, but it is also far from simple. That said, consider these factors that can help keep your federal digital efforts on track:

Inclusion, diversity and collaboration: Interesting ideas and effective digital implementations thrive on nontraditional participation. Design thinking requires it. The digital age necessitates it. Ensure meaningful involvement of people outside your team, function, organization and industry. It’s surprising how analogous organizations (think emergency room team and a pit crew) bring truly fresh and fierce ideas.

Focus on value: The digital age is the value age. Instead of focusing on digital shiny objects, home in on (hopefully holistic) meaningful impacts. Strategy (and culture), not technology, drives digital transformation,

Put citizens and employees first: Make citizen/employee experience and value the No. 1 priority.

Find new ideas: Take the digital leap by "reimagining" vs. re-engineering or reforming. Look for ways to solve long-standing citizen/customer, mission delivery and operational issues mindful of legal/legislative compliance but unrestrained by the status quo. Remember, regulation and policy can be changed.

Don’t buy the fish before the aquarium: Fish without an aquarium will likely suffer or die. So will “new talent” without a digital-era ecosystem for them to "live" in. Focus on creating a digital-era host environment before you hire or spin off digital age teams.

Protect the people: Insulate digital teams from layers of bureaucracy, policies and other impediments to discovery and innovation. Create momentum and scale as momentum builds.

Shift the culture: Build teams that bring design thinking and disruptive ideas to your transformation.

Think exponentially: Set bold goals to achieve factors of 10X impact. Defeat incrementalism within the government, and allow failure.

Create agile execution: Treat digital-age initiatives like research and development. Learn to develop and try ideas in short iterative sprints conducted by empowered teams.

Federal Digital Enterprises Are on the Rise

The federal journey to the digital age from the previous industrial and information ages has started with opportunistic digitization targets. The tipping point comes with envisioning the agency’s digital future, creating a digital enterprise strategy, and then deliberately and iteratively implementing initiatives.

If private industry success is an indicator of potential federal success, agencies can look forward to a future of improved mission results, growing citizen and employee satisfaction, innovation in every function, and increased agency efficiency and performance.

The digital age is here. Becoming digital is not a question of if, but when, and we now have the opportunity and the imperative to take the digital leap that advances federal service and allows our remarkable country to excel.

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Pour info seulement, le reste vous appartient. Cela se fait depuis longtemps et ce n'est pas une petite pétition qui va les arrêter.


Pétition à l’attention des présidents des universités Panthéon-Sorbonne et Panthéon-Assas - de l'EHESS - de l'INED et du Muséum d'histoire naturelle.

Monsieur le Président,

Un colloque sur la pratique des mères porteuses, ou gestation par autrui (GPA), coorganisé par les universités Panthéon-Sorbonne et Panthéon-Assas, l’EHESS, l’INED et le Muséum d’histoire naturelle de Paris est prévu les 17 et 18 novembre prochains à Paris.

Ce colloque se présente sous les beaux atours d’un événement universitaire, scientifique. La GPA n’est pas un sujet anodin, loin s’en faut : cette pratique, en effet, correspond à la définition donnée de l’esclavage à l’article premier de la Convention relative à l’esclavage de 1926 : « état ou condition d'un individu sur lequel s'exercent les attributs du droit de propriété ou certains d'entre eux ».

Face à une telle pratique, nous ne pouvons que rappeler que la femme n’est pas à louer ou à emprunter, ni l’enfant à donner ou à vendre, que la femme n’est pas un moyen de production, ni l’enfant un produit. Incontestablement, « la GPA, c’est comme l’esclavage : on ne l’encadre pas, on l’interdit » suivant l’expression de Sylviane Agacinski.

Hélas, la communication officielle et publique de cet événement des 17 et 18 novembre est très loin de condamner cette pratique et d’envisager les moyens de la combattre.

Au contraire, il est annoncé que ce colloque « vise à montrer que la pratique est révélatrice des transformations de la société globale, avec ses nouveaux enjeux médicaux, socioculturels et juridiques. Il vise également à créer un nouveau réseau scientifique interdisciplinaire et international de façon à mieux comprendre ces enjeux, en envisageant notamment de mettre en place des études comparatives et des réflexions communes. »

Dirait-on de l’esclavage sexuel, comme il est dit ici de cet esclavage reproductif qu’est la GPA, qu’il est « révélateur des transformations de la société », c’est-à-dire, en clair, acceptable et inéluctable ? Peut-on faire des nuances et des différences entre des modalités qui ne changent rien au fond du sujet, au principe même de cette pratique inhumaine des mères porteuses ?

Il est malheureusement évident que l’objectif de ce colloque n’est pas celui d’une lutte sans merci contre toutes les formes de GPA, bien au contraire. Ce colloque n’est pas de nature scientifique : militant, il cherche à banaliser et normaliser la GPA.

La liste des intervenants prévus en dit long : Anne-Marie Leroyer, Irène Théry, Martine Gross, Françoise Shenfield, Jennifer Merchant, Laurent Toulemon, Israël Nisand… Comme l’attestent leurs déclarations et écrits de ces dernières années, tous sont favorables à la GPA dès lors qu’elle serait prétendument « éthique » : comme si la GPA pouvait l’être !

Ce colloque répond à l’attente exprimée notamment par Irène Théry : « Sur la GPA, la société n’est pas encore mûre, il faut lancer le débat » . A une énorme nuance près : aucun débat n’aura lien au cours de ce colloque dont tous les intervenants sont pro-GPA.

La GPA étant un crime dont nous ne pouvons être complices en aucune manière, nous vous interpellons pour que votre soutien à ce scandaleux colloque soit annulé, l’organisme que vous dirigez n’ayant pas vocation à promouvoir une pratique illégale, mais au contraire à contribuer, comme toute institution et tout citoyen français, au respect de la dignité de la femme et de l’enfant.

Dans l’attente de votre décision, je vous prie de croire, Monsieur le Président, à l’expression de ma haute considération. 

Salutations,
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Reste à savoir quel genre de mémoire on a intégré à ses chiens. De plus, nous voyons de plus en plus d'attaques contre les chiens sur les propriétés privés par les policiers, qui se sentent en danger, dès qu'ils en voient un et nous avons aussi les radicaux qui, sous prétexte que c'est contre leur religion, demande à leur cité accueillante de bannir les chiens. Tout cela sont des manières déguisés afin de connecter les humains à tout ce transhumanisme qui prend place. Protégeons nos animaux,  car ils sont sous attaque par cette bande de satanistes qui n'ont aucune compassion pour quiconque.
 


© Photo. Capture d'écran: Youtube Sci-tech 21:37 19.11.2016URL courte 132337 Il s’appelle MiRo et il serait ravi de devenir votre meilleur ami! Mignon et intelligent, ce chien-robot est le premier pas de la société Consequential Robotics vers la création de robots de compagnie.

Les ingénieurs britanniques ont créé un chien-robot qui sait prendre des décisions, par exemple appeler au secours en cas de problème ou exprimer ses émotions comme un chien normal. MiRo a six organes sensitifs et est équipé d'un sonar, à l'image des chauves-souris et des dauphins.

L'entreprise Consequential Robotics avec les chercheurs Tony Prescott et Ben Mitchinson de l'Université de Sheffield ont décidé de se focaliser sur le développement des systèmes robotisés auxiliaires qui amélioreraient la qualité de vie avec le vieillissement de la population Rolling Eyes . La société s'appuie sur 20 années de recherche sur les robots qui se comportent dans la vie comme des humains et utilisent des systèmes de gestion modélisés à base du cerveau.

« À la base de notre approche, il y a un design orienté sur la compréhension humaine des besoins concrets de nos utilisateurs et aussi leurs désirs et rêves. Je suis content de la collaboration dans le domaine des nouvelles technologies et des produits avec le professeur Prescott et son équipe », a déclaré Sebastian Conran, qui a également participé au développement.

MiRO PEUT-IL DEVENIR LE MEILLEUR AMI DE L'HOMME?

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Le robot MiRO ressemble et se comporte comme un animal domestique. MiRO a 6 organes sensitifs et est équipé d'un sonar, à l'image des chauves-souris et des dauphins. MiRO, c’est le premier pas de la société Consequential Robotics vers la création des robots compagnons.
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