Tag: wearable tech
How the embedded tech revolution has already started
I wrote recently about how I considered the whole wearable tech phenomenon to be a bit of a misnomer as projects like Google Glass will be superceded by embedded tech. Well, this news from Google-owned Motorola confirms that. A pill that’s sits in your stomach, powered by stomach acids and acting as a authenticator, and […]
Why super intelligence?
This fascinating article about human extinction includes a big section about artificial intelligence (AI) and the risks of creating a super intelligence. It reminds me that so much of what I read on the subject focuses on the idea of a single, intelligent machine that could provide extraordinary decision making power. I’m skeptical that AI […]