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Feb 10 2011

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Kurzweil’s Singularity profiled in Time magazine article – worth reading!

A new Time Magazine  article  focuses on Kurzweil’s take on the Singularity but also touches on other approaches and views.  Has some very interesting anecdotes about Kurzweil – the person.  Exponential change is hard for humans to “grok”.  A very interesting article but the focus seems to be on what happens at/after 2045 – when AI surpasses human intelligence.  The lead-up to that “event” will be a tsunami of exponentially increasing changes stemming from advances in “GNR” – Genetics (biotech), Nanotechnology, and Robotics(AI).

RetirementSingularity.com will focus mostly on the practical financial and lifestyle issues we should face NOW as a result of the exponential changes that will effect us very soon.  CHECK OUT the article here     –        http://goo.gl/2Gy9y

Happy surfing!!

Michael

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