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Michael Vescovo
Attends RMIT University
Lives in Melbourne
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The imminent need for basic income in recognition of our machine-driven future
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UC Berkeley researchers have developed algorithms that enable robots to learn motor tasks through trial and error using a process that more closely approximates the way humans learn, marking a major milestone in the field of artificial intelligence.
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Many great points in this compelling letter about the economy, jobs, and the digital world.. sign up !
http://openletteronthedigitaleconomy.org/
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This is possible thanks to new conductive yarns, created in collaboration with our industrial partners. Jacquard yarn structures combine thin, metallic alloys with natural and synthetic yarns like cotton, polyester, or silk, making the yarn strong enough to be woven on any industrial loom.
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Check out 'Keynote' at #io15 https://events.google.com/io2015/
Google I/O 2015 brings together developers for an immersive, two-day experience focused on exploring the next generation of technology, mobile and beyond. Join us online or in person May 28-29, 2015. #io15
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A little badass. Beautiful. Tech and human. Work and love. ATAP
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If life in a future megacity isn’t for you, your hour of escape is fast approaching. Especially if you don’t mind living alone in a 14 x 7 x 7-foot pod. Well, what if I told you the view was fantastic?
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Supporter of science and sound reasoning.
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I look forward to a future where money doesn't exist, and people are motivated more to give than to receive or take; because they'll already have everything they need.

With technological evolution this can happen. Clearly not any time soon, but perhaps sooner than most might believe. I'd like to seed this idea in your head and let it grow, because it's not something that necessarily sounds realistic without a bit of thought...
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  • RMIT University
    Computer Science, 2013 - present
  • Southbank Institute of Technology
    Information Technology - Network Engineering, 2002 - 2003
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