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Welcome to the Ubiquitous Community!  I started this community because all I could find were Collections, and I wanted a space where more open discussion could occur.  Ubiquity is a huge topic, and it would be ridiculous to try brainstorming about it all by yourself :-)

In addition, this Community can be used as a media dumping ground for articles and infographics about Ubiquitous Computing, AR, VR, AI, Microcomputing, Embedded Processing, Transhumanism, RFID, Smart Cities, The Intelligent Grid, and a hundred other buzzwords we'll be exposed to as this research continues.

For info on the #UbiquiCity project, click here: https://plus.google.com/collection/QJT9dB

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...the average estimate says we will see AGI in 81 years.
Just in time for #UbiquiCity. :-)

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"The top AI-enabled edge devices, in terms of unit volumes, will include mobile phones, smart speakers, PCs/tablets, head-mounted displays, automotive sensors, drones, consumer and enterprise robots, and security cameras. There will also be more AI incorporated into wearable health sensors, building or facility sensors, and networks of sensors planted around facilities or entire cities."

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The relationship between computing systems and human organisational structures echoes through the history of AI.

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A #Blockchain Contract System that Just Might Work:
"Using cryptography, the Chainlink service provides proof on the blockchain that the data is in fact the information it committed to delivering. Customers can pay for different levels of decentralization, and the nodes can make money in return for submitting data. Nazarov says the combination of Chainlink’s software with the Town Crier hardware system is the first “provably secure, decentralized oracle network.”

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“The genesis of the thinking for Sidewalk Labs came from Google’s founders getting excited thinking of ‘all the things you could do if someone would just give us a city and put us in charge,’” explained Eric Schmidt, Google’s former executive chair.

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#UbiquiCity #Book2 #ComingSoon
More Tales from the Fractopian Future.
Book 1 now available at http://ubiquicity.info
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Emotion Recognition - by Facebook
This year Facebook filed two very interesting patents in the US. One was a patent for emotion recognition technology; which recognises human emotions through facial expressions. And that's not even the creepiest one.

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In my research, "Smart Dust" means atmospheric nanomachines. This isn't that. Still, it's a fascinating look at the "self-powering" devices of the coming IoT...
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