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TechCrunch | Google’s new Director of Engineering, Ray Kurzweil, is building your cybernetic friend

7 Jan 2013, 05:26 UTC
TechCrunch | Google’s new Director of Engineering, Ray Kurzweil, is building your cybernetic friend
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http://www.kurzweilai.net/techcrunch-googles-new-director-of-engineering-ray-kurzweil-is-building-your-cybernetic-friendThis may not immediately seem relevant to going to the Moon or space but I think the Internet will be a part of the communication process and a way that we may be kept informed. You have probably already been using one or more search engines to find materials of interest. Google continues to improve and expand on what it can do for you and for Google itself. Some are concerned about how filters are used and just what material is found first and foremost for you.It looks like Ray Kurzweil is joining Google and wants to build a search engine so sophisticated that it could act like a cybernetic friend.You may want to keep an eye out for any new friends. WWW:WAKE - WWW:WATCH - WWW:WONDER :-)- LRK ------------------------------------------------http://www.kurzweilai.net/techcrunch-googles-new-director-of-engineering-ray-kurzweil-is-building-your-cybernetic-friendTechCrunch | Google’s new Director of Engineering, Ray Kurzweil, is building your cybernetic friendJanuary 6, 2013Source: TechCrunch — January 6, 2013 | Gregory FerensteinWorld-renowned artificial intelligence expert andGoogle’s new Director of Engineering, Ray Kurzweil, wants to build a search engine so sophisticated that it could act like a ‘cybernetic friend,’ who knows users better than they know themselves.“I envision in some years that the majority of search queries will be answered ...

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