Vol. 34, No. 4
Blockchains are a new form of information technology that may have important future applications.
Blockchain thinking formulates thinking as a blockchain process, with possible benefits for both artificial intelligence and human enhancement.
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- Digitus Secundus: The Swipe Posted in: Editorial & Opinion, Human Impacts, Magazine Articles, Societal Impact - As 2015 marked the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Holocaust concentration camps, I downloaded an audio recording of ... Read More
- Information Paradox : Drowning in Information, Starving for Knowledge Posted in: Editorial & Opinion - We are living in an age of information. Staggering amounts of information are collected, stored, and widely disseminated. Yet, we ... Read More
- Held Captive in the Cyberworld Posted in: Fiction, Human Impacts, Magazine Articles, Societal Impact - At breakfast the next morning, Phi disclosed, “You know, Psi, I'm sick of this country. Let's head on back home ... Read More
- Blockchain Thinking : The Brain as a Decentralized Autonomous Corporation Posted in: Editorial & Opinion, Magazine Articles, Societal Impact - Blockchains are a new form of information technology that could have several important future applications. One is blockchain thinking, formulating ... Read More
- Pharmaco-Electronics Emerge Posted in: Editorial & Opinion, Health & Medical, Human Impacts, Magazine Articles - Meteoric progress in sensor, computer, and telecommunication technology has catapulted healthcare into the realm of pharmaco-electronic medicine, where increasingly we ... Read More
- Alternative Planning and Land Administration for Future Smart Cities Posted in: Leading Edge, Magazine Articles, Societal Impact - According to urban scholars, industries, and governments , , future cities are only smart when investments in human and social ... Read More
- MoodTrek–A New App to Improve Mental HealthCare Posted in: Health & Medical, Leading Edge, Magazine Articles - Depression is a chronic mental illness affecting millions across the globe. Physical activities and sleep are some of the key ... Read More
- Multimedia and Gaming Technologies for Telerehabilitation of Motor Disabilities Posted in: Health & Medical, Human Impacts, Leading Edge, Magazine Articles - Rehabilitation for chronic conditions resulting from acute or progressive disease might be delivered in an outpatient facility as in the ... Read More
- Corporate Individualism–Changing the Face of Capitalism Posted in: Leading Edge, Magazine Articles, Societal Impact - Perhaps in the future every human individual will be considered disabled. Few might think this will happen, but if you ... Read More
- Shakespeare, Social Media, and Social Networks Posted in: Editorial & Opinion - Shakespeare has a lot to say about social media and social networks. In a quick review of the literature, we ... Read More
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