Monday, November 10, 2014

FUTURISM UPDATE (November 11, 2014)

 TECHCRUNCH: Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella details his views on what Google and Apple do best

 REUTERS: Iranian-built copy of U.S. drone takes first flight

 REUTERS: U.S. Postal Service data breach may compromise staff, customer details

 GARTNER: Gartner Identifies the Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2015

 THE ECONOMIST: Google announces its own delivery drones project

 THE ECONOMIST: Bioprinting: Building living tissue with a 3D printer is becoming a new business, but making whole organs for transplant remains elusive

 THE ECONOMIST: 3D printing software. Something out of nothing

 NEW YORK TIMES: Dinner Is Printed. THE hype over 3-D printing intensifies by the day. Will it save the world? Will it bring on the apocalypse, with millions manufacturing their own AK-47s?

 FORBES: 3D Printers Will Soon Change The World, If It's Not Strangled In A Lawyered Up World

 NEW YORK TIMES: Drones Outpacing Rules as Popularity Soars in New York

 REUTERS: Stratasys sees robust 3D-printing market as HP reveals plans

 REUTERS: Google tests airborne drones to deliver goods

 WALL STREET JOURNAL: How 3-D Printing Will Change Our Lives

 WALL STREET JOURNAL: FAA Clears Six Film Companies to Use Drones

 WALL STREET JOURNAL: Deutsche Post DHL to Deliver Medicine via Drone

 WALL STREET JOURNAL: FAA Gives Approval to BP to Use Commercial Drones

 WALL STREET JOURNAL: It's Time to Take Artificial Intelligence Seriously

 WALL STREET JOURNAL: Zuckerberg, Musk Invest in Artificial-Intelligence Company

 NEW YORK TIMES: Artificial Intelligence as a Threat

 REUTERS: ABB invests in U.S. artificial intelligence company

 THE ECONOMIST: Clever cogs. The potential impacts of intelligent machines on human life

 THE ECONOMIST: The language of the internet of things. More and more devices are becoming connected, but will they speak the same language?

 REUTERS: Don’t fear the Internet of things

 NEW YORK TIMES: With $30 Million More in Hand, IFTTT Looks to the Internet of Things

 THE ECONOMIST: The dodgiest duo in the suspect six. As emerging economies hit hard times, Brazil and Russia look particularly weak

 FOREIGN AFFAIRS: Who Is at Fault in Ukraine? Foreign Affairs' Brain Trust Weighs In

 FINANCIAL TIMES: Google moves into Nasa’s territory

 DER SPIEGEL: Mr. Europe? The Ghosts of Jean-Claude Juncker's Past Come Back to Haunt Him

 DER SPIEGEL: Iranian Nuclear Negotiator: 'We Can't Just Turn Back the Clock'

 FORBES: Toyota’s next Camry will also be made of aluminum:

 CIO: Home Depot Says 53 Million Email Addresses Compromised During Breach


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