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Can Wearable Technology make Humans Superintelligent?

by Magnus Revang  |  December 16, 2016

Daniel Tammet is a highly functioning autistic savant. He has a form of Synesthesia where he sees numbers as having their own unique shapes, colors and textures. Thus, he can...

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Hype Cycle for Life Science R&D

by Michael Shanler  |  July 25, 2016

This year, we unveiled a brand new hype cycle, one that is 100% Life Science R&D-focused. “… the moon does not present the same face every day. It waxes, or grows larger, until...

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The Technology Market Futures Track at #GartnerTGI

by Hank Barnes  |  April 12, 2016

Over the past several weeks, I've previewed 3 of 4 tracks at the upcoming Gartner Tech Growth and Innovation Conference.   This week, we'll take a look at the final...

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Gartner Predicts 2016: 3D Printing Disrupts Healthcare and Manufacturing

by Pete Basiliere  |  December 2, 2015

Innovative uses of 3D printing are rapidly transforming healthcare and manufacturing. Assess the opportunities now so you are prepared for the inevitable market disruption. For 20 years, 3D printing was...

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3D Printing 2.0 and Digital Threads

by Pete Basiliere  |  April 4, 2014

Avi Reichental, Christine Furstoss and Lucy Beard stole the show at the first day of the Inside 3D Printing conference and exposition in NYC. Their passion for 3D printing and...

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What’s that Computer you’re not Wearing?

by Richard Fouts  |  February 10, 2014

We all have better things to do with our hands when we're shopping, driving a car, or riding a bike than hold a device to our ear or hypnotically gaze...

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Is My Toothbrush a Wearable Computer?

by Richard Fouts  |  December 3, 2013

Now that there are more non-human devices connected to the Internet than people, the Internet of Things rivals the Internet of People.  As these things transmit usage data, it opens...

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