lunes, 21 de agosto de 2017

Transhumanisme : la fin programmée de notre Humanité ...Video #TRANSforNATION (Ii) #TRANSfornicaNATION (i)

“I expect to see the coming decades transform the planet into an art form; the new man, linked in a cosmic harmony that transcends time and space, will sensuously caress and mold and pattern every facet of the terrestrial artifact as if it were a work of art, and man himself will become an organic art form. There is a long road ahead, and the stars are only way stations, but we have begun the journey. To be born in this age is a precious gift, and I regret the prospect of my own death only because I will leave so many pages of man’s destiny — if you will excuse the Gutenbergian image — tantalizingly unread. But perhaps, as I’ve tried to demonstrate in my examination of the postliterate culture, the story begins only when the book closes.” 
― Marshall McLuhan

“What is a human being, then?'
'A seed.'
'A ... seed?'
'An acorn that is unafraid to destroy itself in growing into a tree.” 
― David ZindellThe Broken God
Hoy traemos a este espacio este documental de Chez Néo NEWS

#Transhumanisme CNN ~Chez Néo NEWS~ 
Voilà le monde qu'ils nous préparent ! Ce n'est plus de la science-fiction... 
Une espèce "nouvelle" arrive sur Terre : moitié Homme, moitié Robot ! Ray Kurzweil, le pape du Transhumanisme, ingénieur informaticien, futurologue, chef de projet chez Google, annonce que l’homme qui arrive "sur le marché" sera de moins en moins biologique car "bourré" de composants électroniques. D’autres affirment que "nous serons comme des Dieux", capables de connaître les pensées de n’importe quelle personne située dans n’importe quel endroit du monde. Les transhumanistes veulent "améliorer" l’homme, "l'augmenter" grâce à la technologie et, pourquoi pas, le rendre immortel… 
Ils sont devenus FOUS !
Crédits : Réinformation TV - France TV - L’Autre JT
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domingo, 20 de agosto de 2017

Una Agenda Europea para la economía colaborativa. A European agenda for the collaborative economy. #TRANSforNATION (I)

Hoy traemos a este espacio este documento de la Comisión Europea titulado: "Una Agenda Europea para la economía colaborativa". COMUNICACIÓN DE LA COMISIÓN AL PARLAMENTO EUROPEO, AL CONSEJO, AL COMITÉ ECONÓMICO Y SOCIAL EUROPEO Y AL COMITÉ DE LAS REGIONES que nos presentan así en su web:

 Collaborative economy
 The collaborative economy, sometimes called the sharing economy, covers a great variety of sectors and is rapidly emerging across Europe. Many people in the EU have already used, or are aware of collaborative economy services, which range from sharing houses and car journeys, to domestic services. The collaborative economy provides new opportunities for citizens and innovative entrepreneurs. But it has also created tensions between the new service providers and existing market operators. The European Commission is looking at how we can encourage the development of new and innovative services, and the temporary use of assets, while ensuring adequate consumer and social protection.

En  los dos primeros párrafos de su introducción , deja clarísimos los objetivos y la visión

1. Introducción

La economía colaborativa crea nuevas oportunidades para consumidores y emprendedores. La Comisión considera que puede, por lo tanto, contribuir de manera importante al empleo y el crecimiento en la Unión Europea si se fomenta y desarrolla de manera responsable. Impulsados por la innovación, los nuevos modelos empresariales pueden contribuir significativamente a la competitividad y el crecimiento. El éxito de las plataformas colaborativas es a veces difícil para los actuales operadores y prácticas del mercado, pero al permitir a los ciudadanos ofrecer servicios fomentan también nuevas oportunidades de empleo, modalidades de trabajo flexibles y nuevas fuentes de ingresos. Para los consumidores, la economía colaborativa puede aportar ventajas mediante nuevos servicios, la ampliación de la oferta y precios más bajos. Puede también promover un mayor reparto de los activos y un uso más eficaz de los recursos, que pueden contribuir a la agenda de sostenibilidad de la UE y a la transición a la economía circular.

Al mismo tiempo, la economía colaborativa plantea a menudo cuestiones relacionadas con la aplicación de los marcos jurídicos existentes, que hacen menos claros los límites establecidos entre consumidor y proveedor, trabajador por cuenta propia y por cuenta ajena o la prestación profesional y no profesional de servicios. Esto puede crear incertidumbre sobre las normas aplicables, especialmente cuando se combina con la fragmentación reglamentaria resultante de enfoques reguladores divergentes a nivel nacional o local. Ello dificulta el desarrollo de la economía colaborativa en Europa e impide la plena materialización de sus beneficios. Al mismo tiempo, existe el riesgo de que se aprovechen las zonas grises reglamentarias para eludir normas diseñadas para proteger el interés público.... (leer más...)

 Fuente: [ slideshare vía Comisión Europea]

sábado, 19 de agosto de 2017

Enabling a sustainable Fourth Industrial Revolution #4IR: How G20 countries can create the conditions for emerging technologies to benefit people and the planet

Hoy traemos a este espacio este documento del G20 insights G20 Germany 2017 ... titulado "Enabling a sustainable Fourth Industrial Revolution: How G20 countries can create the conditions for emerging technologies to benefit people and the planet "de Celine Herweijer (PwC) Benjamin Combes (PwC) Leo Johnson (PwC) Rob McCargow (PwC) Sahil Bhardwaj (PwC) Bridget Jackson (PwC) (see Acknowledgements, including additional PwC contributors) 05.12.2017

The Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR)1 offers huge potential to transform and realign our economies and societies. There is an increasing realisation that the 4IR could also exacerbate problems for people and the planet. The G20 should champion a holistic approach to the 4IR that helps to address society’s environmental and social challenges. This means both mitigating unintended adverse consequences of change and maximising positive social and environmental benefits. The G20 should explore, and recommend, governance structures and policy mechanisms to ensure governments have the agility and ability to keep pace with the 4IR, and harness innovations that promise the greatest social and environmental returns. _________________________________________________________________________ Challenge As part of PwC’s overarching narrative for the T20, we discuss how three drivers of change – globalisation, technological advances and “financialisation” – have historically served humanity well by typically delivering both economic growth and social progress. However as these drivers have accelerated, evolved and become intertwined over time, divergence between economic growth and social progress has occurred placing people and the planet under substantial strain. In this paper we look forward to how today’s technological-driven revolution – the 4IR – can course correct this trend, with the right governance, enabling environment and public-private partnerships.

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viernes, 18 de agosto de 2017

Open Credentials "Decentralized systems for digital credentials. #blockchain meets #badges". Philipp Schmidt. @schmidtphi

Hoy traemos a este espacio esta slideshare titulada "Decentralized systems of digital credentials - blockchain meets badges" de Philipp Schmidt. que como se presenta en twitter @schmidtphi es  Director of Media Lab Learning Initiative @medialab | cofounder @P2PU | friend of the curious " que tuvieron lugar en la VI Jornadas eMadrid "Unbundling Education" el 20/06/2016.(leer más...)

 Fuente: [ slideshare eMadrid network]

jueves, 17 de agosto de 2017

The Blockchain and Us [2017). A documentary film by Manuel Stagars @manuelstagars

Hoy traemos a este espacio
 The Blockchain and Us [2017) . A documentary film by Manuel Stagars.

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What is the Blockchain?
blockchain, NOUN /ˈblɒktʃeɪn/
A digital ledger in which transactions made in bitcoin or another cryptocurrency are recorded chronologically and publicly.

A mysterious white paper (Nakamoto, Satoshi, 2008, “Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System”) introduced the Bitcoin blockchain, a combination of existing technologies that ensures the integrity of data without a trusted party. It consists of a ledger that can’t be changed and a consensus algorithm—a way for groups to agree. Unlike existing databases in banks and other institutions, a network of users updates and supports the blockchain—a system somewhat similar to Wikipedia, which users around the globe maintain and double-check. The cryptocurrency Bitcoin is the first use case of the blockchain, but much more seems to be possible.
The Next Generation of the Internet

The first 40 years of the Internet brought e-mail, social media, mobile applications, online shopping, Big Data, Open Data, cloud computing, and the Internet of Things. Information technology is at the heart of everything today—good and bad. Despite advances in privacy, security, and inclusion, one thing is still missing from the Internet: Trust. Enter the blockchain

The Blockchain and Us: The Project

When the Wright brothers invented the airplane in 1903, it was hard to imagine there would be over 500,000 people traveling in the air at any point in time today. In 2008, Satoshi Nakamoto invented Bitcoin and the blockchain. For the first time in history, his invention made it possible to send money around the globe without banks, governments or any other intermediaries. Satoshi is a mystery character, and just like the Wright brothers, he solved an unsolvable problem. The concept of the blockchain isn’t very intuitive. But still, many people believe it is a game changer. Despite its mysterious beginnings, the blockchain might be the airplane of our time.

Economist and filmmaker Manuel Stagars portrays this exciting technology in interviews with software developers, cryptologists, researchers, entrepreneurs, consultants, VCs, authors, politicians, and futurists from the United States, Canada, Switzerland, the UK, and Australia.

How can the blockchain benefit the economies of nations? How will it change society? What does this mean for each of us? The Blockchain and Us is no explainer video of the technology. It gives a view on the topic, makes it accessible and starts a conversation about its potential wider implications in a non-technical way. The film deliberately poses more questions than it answers. For a deep dive, see all full-length interviews from the film here. Additional information about the project is in the Q&A and Disclaimer.

A Film by Manuel Stagars

Manuel Stagars was born and raised in Zurich, Switzerland. He is an economist, film director, author, and serial entrepreneur with twenty years of experience in consulting and startups in Switzerland, the United States, Japan, and Singapore.

Manuel’s current film projects focus on the potential of technology for the economies of nations, societies, and the lives of people around the world.

He has published books and scientific articles on startups, marketplace lending, impact investing, data quality, and Open Data.

Manuel has a degree in economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and several financial certifications (CFA, CAIA, ERP).

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 Fuente: [blockchain-documentary]