10Apr

FUTURE: Humans and technology over the next 100 years – Kevin Kelly

"I don't know what will happen, where we'll go, and I think that's part of its attraction, it's that it's an open ended gathering, bringing a lot of minds together. It's a good question that we're asking ourselves. I mean, I think I'd be satisfied with a good conversation:

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10Apr

FUTURE: Humans and technology over the next 100 years – Reese Jones

"It's just the beginning of the exponential improvements of the technology which will become much more comprehensively integrated with people probably sooner than 100 years from now."

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14Apr

LONGEVITY: The science of radical life extension and what happens if it succeeds?

“We all have our own grab bag of DNA that we inherited from our parents and all the generations before, and these subtle little copy deletions … may end up being the explanation for why one person gets a disease and another person doesn’t.”

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14Apr

Hacking Your DNA

“In the creation of what’s coming with DNA and other medical data, that we’re probably in the equivalent of about 1985 for the internet… we’re probably about 20 to 30 years out from having an internet of DNA and all the medical data that’s being collected right now.”

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15Apr

Can We Decode our Mind?

"There are a number of neuroscientists now who are wondering now if in fact we can figure out the code or the language that the brain is speaking in, and obviously that would be huge, not only in being able to operate a machine through thought but in understanding how disease works, how the brain itself works, all these mapping projects."

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17Apr

CRISPR-Cas9 may one day allow gene editing on demand

In 2012, scientists in the U.S. and Sweden invented a technology as potentially life-altering as splitting the atom. One that you haven’t heard of—yet—called “CRISPR-Cas9”.

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21Apr

Building the tech-enabled soul by Tim Chang

Augmented World Expo (AWE)

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24Apr

How different was the world in 1915 from today?

In 2012, scientists in the U.S. and Sweden invented a technology as potentially life-altering as splitting the atom. One that you haven’t heard of—yet—called “CRISPR-Cas9”.

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28Apr

New DNA Tech: Creating Unicorns and Curing Cancer for Real?

In 2012, scientists in the U.S. and Sweden invented a technology as potentially life-altering as splitting the atom. One that you haven’t heard of—yet—called “CRISPR-Cas9”.

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