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Digital Human Ontologies

The Digital Human is a project to create a software simulation of the most complex system known: the human body. Using 21st century information technology and tools, scientific communities disseminated across the world (mainly Europe, United states and Japan) are striving to present the human body’s full processes, from DNA molecules and proteins to cells, [...]

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Exocortex (Your brain on internet)

Exocortex From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia An exocortex is a theoretical artificial external information processing system that would augment a brain’s biological high-level cognitive processes. An individual’s exocortex would be composed of external memory modules, processors, IO devices and software systems that would interact with, and augment, a person’s biological brain. Typically this interaction is described as being conducted through a direct brain-computer [...]

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Bioelectronics

Bioelectronics History One can state that bioelectronics is quite an old scientific research area although the actual term, bioelectronics can be traced back to the mid- 1970s. The first attempts to integrate biology and electronic devices have been associated to medical development in for example the development of the electrocardiograph. Electrocardiograph is the recording of [...]

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Neuroelectronics

Neuroelectronics History Neuroelectronics, sometimes referred to as neurotechnology, is the discipline that deals with the interface between the human nervous system and electronic devices. It is a highly complex and interdisciplinary field with contributions from computer science, cognitive science, neurosurgery and biomedical engineering. Neuroelectronics has roughly three related branches: (1) neuroimaging, (2) brain-computer interfaces (BCIs), [...]

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Virtual/Augmented Reality

Virtual/Augmented Reality Similar to[1]: ·Virtual worlds: mainly referring to entertainment when virtual reality refers more to utilities ·Mixed reality: mainly used in entertainment applications where different kinds of realities are mixed. Augmented reality on the other hand refers to situations where reality is augmented with some other elements. ·Metaverse: vision of an immersive 3D virtual [...]

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Robotics

Robotics History The term “robot” was derived from early 20th century literature (Čapek 1920) to denote machines that are apparently able to work independently of direct human control. There is currently no uniform agreed definition of “robot”, although the International Standard Organisation (ISO) 8373 defines them as “an automatically controlled, reprogrammable, multipurpose, manipulator programmable in [...]

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Quantum Computing

Quantum Computing History Blackbody Radiation The technology of quantum computing is based on the idea of extending classical information theory. This is done by combining it with the concept of quantum physics and thereby enhancing computer science, which has so far been reduced to a binary architecture, built on transistor systems. Hereby the theory of [...]

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Neuroelectronics

Neuroelectronics History Neuroelectronics, sometimes referred to as neurotechnology, is the discipline that deals with the interface between the human nervous system and electronic devices. It is a highly complex and interdisciplinary field with contributions from computer science, cognitive science, neurosurgery and biomedical engineering. Neuroelectronics has roughly three related branches: (1) neuroimaging, (2) brain-computer interfaces (BCIs), [...]

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Human-Machine Symbiosis

Human-Machine Symbiosis History Human-machine symbiosis can be traced back to Licklider who in 1960 envisaged a situation where machines could work side by side with humans. Licklider’s vision was that humans and machines could be coupled together and work interactively. He stated the following: Man-computer symbiosis is an expected development in cooperative interaction between men [...]

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Future Internet

Future Internet Related terms: Web 3.0, Internet of Things, Real World Internet, Semantic Web, Intelligent Web, Internet of Services History The development of digital information networks begun in the U.S.A. in the 1960’s at the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA)[1] and as a result the first network called ARPANET was opened between four American universities [...]

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