The Singularity of Ray Kurzweil

The Singularity of Ray Kurzweil: Part 1 of 4
Ray Kurzweil tells us about his vision of the Singuarlity—a point around 2045 when computers will acquire full-blown artificial intelligence and technology will infuse itself with biology. His theories have all sorts of supporters, detractors, and critics, but do you even remember what life was like before three-year-olds had cell phones and you actually had to remember facts instead of relying on the internet? That was only 10 years ago. If Kurzweil is right, we’ll have supercomputers more powerful than every human brain on the planet combined within a few decades.

The Singularity of Ray Kurzweil: Part 2 of 4
With computers getting closer and closer to passing the turing test, Ray Kurzweil may indeed be on the money mark with his theory of singularity. But what does that mean will change with our current laptop-savvy culture? Ray points to virtual reality, where we can all become who we want to be and co-exist in whatever world we choose. Introduce yourself to his alter ego, Ramona — a lady rock star.

The Singularity of Ray Kurzweil: Part 3 of 4
Take care of yourself, eat right and stay healthy — thats Raymond Kurzweils advice to you if you want to make it to see the next stage of biotechnology. According to him, human life will be way more sustainable in the near future. Do you think the key to human longevity is right around the corner? Let us know your thoughts — drop a comment.

The Singularity of Ray Kurzweil: Part 4 of 4
Recession or no, Ray Kurzweil thinks the capabilities of information technology will continue to move forward at a steady pace. Granted, we as humans have pushed areas such as the medical field into information technology, but Ray believes nearly everything in our lives will converge — we just need to be smart about how its done.


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