Practice makes perfect, and the smartest among us would agree that no one should ever stop learning. Doctors lead from the front in this regard — constantly ensuring they are up to date with advances in technology and medicine. Now they are taking this to another level.
Pets are good company — there for us to interact with, to teach our kids responsibility, and in some cases to guard the house. But soon they will be usurped by robots — if this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas is anything to go by. Soothsayer of multitudinous trends and things we didn’t realize we couldn’t live without, the annual CES has become the trade show to showcase all new technology.
In this penultimate review episode I look at how the education system is a poor place to learn anything, how standardised testing is a form of child abuse, the fundamental problems of electoral politics, and expand on why an intelligence-based approach to societal problems is always better than a military-based ap
In this video, Luke and Jason discuss the reports of a massive hardware hack by China. Is the China technology takeover already here or is this more hype by the establishment to demonize China?
Gene editing may sound like another example of human beings trying to cheat nature. Who are we to decide which genes in which species should hold evolutionary advantage over another? Yet scientists are making eye-opening progress in this field — although some worry that too little attention is being paid to the ethical implications.
In this video Jason Bermas breaks down the controversy surrounding 5g and how the technology differs from 4g, as well as what this means for the future. Our cell phones and devices have become such a part of everyday life that we no longer give a second thought to health risks and other negative uses of the technology. The 5g controversy is exposed.
In this video, Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange is joined by Max Igan to discuss important topics on technology, including cryptocurrency, the internet of things, the emergence of the social credit score and what this means for human beings and their relationships with the state. Will this technology create a massive slave state or will people use it to empower themselves? Join these two media mavericks as the digital dystopia is revealed.
In 1996 came the Internet and it made the world instantly global. Then, in 2008, the iPhone arrived, and we as a society became universally and ubiquitously plugged-in. Mainlined into the cosmic collective, and buttressed by an accompanying explosion of virtual “communities” through social media sites.Today this omniscient virtual world is summoned on average 85 times a day by its users (31,000 times in a year).
In this video, we give you the latest breaking news on Nikola Tesla; the story they do not want you to know about, all the way from Belgrade, Serbia. We get into free energy technology, Tesla coil, spirituality, health, wellness, consciousness and inventions.
We Are Change In this video, Jason Bermas talks about the latest developments involving quantum computing. The first silicon-based quantum computer has now been announced, opening the floodgates on this very new and innovative technology.
The average American consumer probably has never heard of neodymium. But that substance — along with other so-called rare earth elements — is essential to the functioning of technologies we take for granted on a daily basis.Rare-earths refer to 17 naturally occurring chemical elements on the periodic table. Despite the name, they aren’t particularly rare, existing in relative abundance in the earth’s crust.
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We Are Change In this video Luke Rudkowski talks to the science correspondent of reason magazine Ron Bailey about the future technological advancements that will affect our social economic dynamics. They get into the future economic trends and possibility of singularity in the near future.