Technological Singularity

The Technological Singularity refers to a point in time at which a graph of the rate technological innovation would show a near vertical climb, indicating that the human civilization would learn in a very short period of time more that it has learned in the rest of its history combined.

Signs that the Singularity is near

  • Learning becomes easier
  • Energy prices start dropping
  • Computer passes the Turing Test

Related Pages

Technological Singularity Related Communities & Networks

  1. Singularity Thinkers (Google+ Community)
  2. Accelerating Technology & Future Tech (Google+ Community)
  3. Singularity Network (Google+ Community)
  4. The Singularity (Google+ Community)
  5. The Singularity (Wikidot)
  6. Singularity Volunteers (Wikidot)

Google+

The following Google+ users have posted on the subject of the Technological Singularity.

  1. Adam Ford
  2. Brad Acker
  3. Firaz Hermez
  4. Jeff Sayre
  5. Singularity Utopia
  6. Wayne Eddy

External Links & References

  1. Wikipedia
  2. The Speculist
  3. The Technological Singularity & Entrepreneurship
  4. Mundane Singularity
  5. Google+ Topic Search

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