Monday, February 10, 2014

FEBRUARY 12/2014 LIST OF UPDATES. By Mr. Andres Agostini at The Future of Scientific Management, Today! At
X-ray imaging protein molecules at atomic resolution using a graphene cage
Wearable ‘neurocam’ records scenes when it detects user interest
Searching space dust for minute quantities of life’s ingredients
For landmine detection, Bogota designers think with their feet (1:52)
DHS takes new approach to troubled TECS modernization
Scientists develop potential new drug treatment to tackle viruses
Nanotechnology researchers control artificial nanomotors inside living cells
Humans Teaching Machine Learning
Pentagon vexed by inability to solve ethics lapses
New programming language removes human error from privacy equation
Caltech: secrets of the world’s number one university
Optogenetic toolkit goes multicolor. New light-sensitive proteins allow scientists to study how multiple sets of neurons interact with each other
Why Do Nerds Become Successful CEOs?
The government drone is on its way: UAE plans to use biometric quadcopters for ID card delivery
Alibaba offers to buy digital mapping company AutoNavi
H7N9 vaccine proves effective on lab mice
Reinventing Social Media: Deep Learning, Predictive Marketing, And Image Recognition Will Change Everything
World's First Entanglement-Enhanced Microscope
Conserved nuclear envelope protein uses a shuttle service to travel between job sites
From Gadgets To Galaxies: Conference Reports
Zero-sum politics
Striking Photos Go Deep Inside the European Space Program
Tech innovation vs. the surveillance state: How it's playing out in Washington
CHART OF THE DAY: Europe's Share Of Global Profits Is At A 28-Year Low
Bitcoin Bug Prompts Pricing Freefall
Administration weighs drone strike against American citizen
We're about to get a new composites manufacturing robot, engineers tell
Design and strategy in organic synthesis
10 things not to buy in 2014
Worried sick: What's up with today's rampant anxiety?|NSNS|2012-GLOBAL-twitter
Why Traffic To These Google Alternatives Is Soaring
How We Created a Network of STEM Teachers
An Austrian Artist Has Completely Reinvented The Door
Dyson's vision for future robots
Terrific Tech: 10 Futuristic Advances in Robotics
3D-printed hip implant lets teenager walk again
3D-printed pizza – a quick and easy meal for astronauts?
The Year Man Becomes Immortal,31813,2048601,00.html
Do You Trust Internet-Connected Appliances Enough To Let Them Run Your Home?
US Lead in Science And Technology Shrinking
New Blood Pressure Tracking Device Works with Smartphone
New Journal Article Sheds Light on Past Earth Warming Events
“More than 93 percent of the warming of the planet since 1970 is found in the ocean”
U.S. Agencies Take Significant Step Toward Wirelessly Connecting Vehicles To One Another
5 most incredible discoveries of the week
‘Natural cities’ emerge from location-based social media
The real promise of big data: It’s changing the whole way humans will solve problems
Text, Chat, Profit: Tencent Launches Investing on WeChat
The CEO’s Perfect Storm: Demographics, Data, and Devices Change Everything
Is Amazon entering the mobile payment war?
Digital health partnership marries clinical and sensor data for more proactive senior care
Chips Break Sales Record in 2013
QUOTATION(S):  “...We won’t just experience 100 years of progress in the twenty-first century ─ it will be more like 20,000 years of progress...”
CITATION(S): “...If it seems like your world has been topsy-turvy over the past few years … Consider what’s coming. Your genetic code will be imprinted on and ID card … For better and worse. Medicines will be tailored to your genes and will help prevent specific diseases for which you may be at risk. (But … your insurance company and your prospective employer may also find out that you are genetically disposed to, say, heart disease, or breast cancer, or Alzheimer’s.)...”  AND  “...The lesson of the last three decades is that nobody can drive to the future on cruise control...”
BOOK(S): Present Shock: When Everything Happens Now by Douglas Rushkoff. ISBN-13: 978-1591844761
Mr. Andres Agostini
Risk-Management Futurist
and Success Consultant

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