SkyNet 0.1 alpha release

http://www.ted.com/talks/jeremy_howard_the_wonderful_and_terrifying_implications_of_computers_that_can_learn

Sometimes I feel like we’re already living in “the future”. Technology has moved so fast in the last 20 years.

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Deep learning algos will be amazing in the future indeed, in specialized robots for assembly tasks. Linked with industrial vision… even nicer…

Will be crazy manufacturing… nuts basically. If we are to push a little bit more the 3Dprinting technology even better… Decentralization of manufacturing. just a start.

But medicine will be way specialized with nanotechnology. Future is building around us.

My question is how will the people survive? Better how people will work? I have one thing to say…

The more computer related your job the better… human labor will shift from now to the next 20 years… Chinese people are to guilt because they are cheaper than robots…

With renewable energies and ECG energies… people has to get out of the planet and explore the space or we are going to die with tedium here…

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Oliver Work will no longer be required by people to drive an economy based on ink covered paper with dead presidents that are given a value. If everyone had a 3d printer, one could print just about anything. Need a car? 3D print one (they’re doing it right now as we speak by the way https://localmotors.com/3d-printed-car/). Need a house? 3d print one: http://mashable.com/2014/04/28/3d-printing-houses-china/ Want candy? Print it: http://www.popsci.com/taste-testing-3-d-printed-candies Need clothing? Just get a sewing machine… Want an actual dinner: http://www.cnn.com/2014/11/06/tech/innovation/foodini-machine-print-food/

Check out http://www.popsci.com/welcome-industrial-maker-revolution about the crowd sourced bar scanning oven that cooks food exactly per the instructions on the label…

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Oliver Work will no longer be required by people to drive an economy based on ink covered paper with dead presidents that are given a value. If everyone had a 3d printer, one could print just about anything. Need a car? 3D print one (they’re doing it right now as we speak by the way https://localmotors.com/3d-printed-car/). Need a house? 3d print one: http://mashable.com/2014/04/28/3d-printing-houses-china/ Want candy? Print it: http://www.popsci.com/taste-testing-3-d-printed-candies Need clothing? Just get a sewing machine… Want an actual dinner: http://www.cnn.com/2014/11/06/tech/innovation/foodini-machine-print-food/

Check out http://www.popsci.com/welcome-industrial-maker-revolution about the crowd sourced bar scanning oven that cooks food exactly per the instructions on the label…

Right but its not like the materials grow in your backyard, you would still have to buy them somehow…

Naro The materials will be only extracted by machines. Mining is already happening by machines in developed countries. Underdeveloped no. But that is becuase dumer people don’t like evolution… they tend to lose control… Will happen sooner when people get connected to the internet…2020 is the beginning of that ERA… :wink:

Cryptocurrencies will have a huge paper in linking this different physical economies.

Humans find a way to deliver cheaper and mass products… to more and more people it is not because there is a need is more of a marketing strategy… for developing countries is about quality of life…

My vision is to be implemented in 20 years time… a lot inside your body will change too and that is the best part…Medicine is one area that people tend not to look but still is the more developed and from the more technology comes. :smiley:

bmp02050 thanks for the last article is very fresh!!

I’m developing a product right now for bikes and is a reality that majority of people are not aware the so called internet of things is cheaper and the market is asking for it! badlly…

The 3D printing presents a new change in paradigm because you can present a product on a meeting with investors or on a faire and make a huge impact. It even can be done for low production series… without investing in a mould.

Production will change a lot where skilled workers will be replaced by machines that print better designs that weren’t even possible to mount…

It will be mess a lot of people that will be without production jobs, inequality will rise… Productions of food have already a lot of automation… I don’t see where humans can be ahead until then if not in from of Pc… solving Pc bugs and developing new ideas…

The most crazy stuff will be nano technology with 3d printing… http://www.kurzweilai.net/ibm-invents-3d-nanoprinter-for-microscopic-objects

I crave for this stuff mostly because a lot of people is unaware of these changes in paradigms.