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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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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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