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Ray Kurzweil’s Singularity
The Wall Street Journal has called Ray Kurzweil as a “restless genius”, while Forbes Magazine thinks he is the successor to Thomas Edison, one of the world’s greatest inventor who helped innovate our times.
Just like Edison, Ray Kurzweil is a genius of an inventor, and has worked with different branches of science that deals with advancement, including virtual reality, speech recognition and cybernetic art. He was one of the developers of the first print-to-speech reading machine for the blind, as well as the first speech recognition technology that many agencies are making use today.
This documentay is a profile on the man and it also talks about his theories on “Singularity”, where he says that by the year 2045, we may have already perfected articial intelligence technology and we may have found ways to infuse this with biology.
His assumptions have been met both with support and criticisms. But looking into how technology is advancing today, his ideas may not be farfetched after all. Ten years ago, cellphone technology was crude and still not widely available, but look where we are now, with all the countless of devices we have at our disposal, that even kids make use of it.
Watch as he explains “Singularity”.Published on November 2, 2009 · Filed under: Science, Technology