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June 24, 2012
5:34 am

Everything in this video is already tried and tested, unless they can come out with one with proof that it works. It’s just another ad advertising n imposing old ideas with a superficial touch to make it look appealing. The mind-reading concept looks scalable though.


Posted by: bharath
 
June 11, 2012
6:12 am

We have to make sure one thing first.
That is:

Make this to an option, but not to a government enforced “human requirement”.

I believe, I speak here for the majority of all mankind by saying:

This is probably not in everyone’s interest.


Posted by: Jeff Hargreave
 
February 17, 2012
1:44 am

Those are just plain words. Big corporations are not interested in giving cheap energy resources to people. They do have engines on water, but those are not public


Posted by: Forex Learn Trading
 
January 17, 2012
11:29 pm

baahhh…baahhh. Got to be one of the stupidest things I have had to sit through ever. Tesla had free energy in the early 1900′s (not the Tesla Coil idiot), Security is oppression, they already control our minds. WTF people.


Posted by: Boba Phat
 
January 10, 2012
6:48 am

This is more like an ad to show that IBM did not completely lose track of what’t going on. But they want to make you believe it’s their creation.

Passive houses without any need for external input are in use today in Germany, and not developped by IBM. The use of tidal energy is researched and put to use for quite some time, and not invented by IBM either.

Sorry to say, but this video is not about predicting anything, but about advertizing IBM.


Posted by: Nils
 
December 27, 2011
7:02 am

Superb future ! We need to harvest green energy everywhere we can. We cannot afford to spoil one drop now !


Posted by: Christophe
 
December 25, 2011
11:38 am

They don’t seem to identify that a miniature set of accelorometers at the 7 NM gate width they use for their teraflop processors of graphene linked together and imbedded in a simple cloth could generate a fair supply of AC current off the slightest twitch …. Or that same processors controling nano versions of the Swiss self replicating group aware bots could form an exoskeleton that could excell this world to unimmagined awe and apperently don’t pay attention to other developments nia has been around for ever. And a device to read your brain for your computer is available on newegg for $100 made by ocz a reputable company predicting the past is like an admission of retaration you knew it already by looking at them but they still want to make sure you know… Oh and I read that ocz will discontinue their production is that a slap in the face to IBM or are they just shaking hands by declaring they are abandoning the work product and hence their patent is now public domain?see wickapedia on that if you don’t eliminate the password terminals with the exoskeleton then rebroadcast chips like used on buss passes or work I’d cards will take their place


Posted by: johnathan pinney
 
December 25, 2011
11:30 am

They don’t seem to identify that a miniature set of accelorometers at the 7 NM gate width they use for their teraflop processors of graphene linked together and imbedded in a simple cloth could generate a fair supply of AC current off the slightest twitch …. Or that same processors controling nano versions of the Swiss self replicating group aware bots could form an exoskeleton that could excell this world to unimmagined awe and apperently don’t pay attention to other developments nia has been around for ever. And a device to read your brain for your computer is available on newegg for $100 made by ocz a reputable company predicting the past is like an admission of retaration you knew it already by looking at them but they still want to make sure you know… Oh and I read that ocz will discontinue their production is that a slap in the face to IBM or are they just shaking hands by declaring they are abandoning the work product and hence their patent is now public domain?see wickapedia on that


Posted by: johnathan pinney
 
December 25, 2011
12:17 am

They don’t seem to identify that a miniature set of accelorometers at the 7 NM gate width they use for their teraflop processors of graphene linked together and imbedded in a simple cloth could generate a fair supply of AC current off the slightest twitch …. Or that same processors controling nano versions of the Swiss self replicating group aware bots could form an exoskeleton that could excell this world to unimmagined awe and apperently don’t pay attention to other developments nia has been around for ever. And a device to read your brain for your computer is available on newegg for $100 made by ocz a reputable company predicting the past is like an admission of retaration you knew it already by looking at them but they still want to make sure you know… Oh and I read that ocz will discontinue their production is that a slap in the face to IBM or are they just shaking hands by declaring they are abandoning the work product and hence their patent is now public domain?


Posted by: johnathan pinney
 
December 21, 2011
4:41 am

very good


Posted by: sam
 
December 19, 2011
4:28 pm

The pipes that flow through your house? I’m not interested in making anything low flow, just to turn the water company into my power company.


Posted by: Frank Crook
 
December 19, 2011
10:46 am

hope ocean waves energy doesn’t disturb the ocean, where there are chances of high tides and washed shores……


Posted by: tan
 
December 19, 2011
12:31 am

Ocean wave energy? Sure. But energy from the water in your pipes? Possible, but a fundamental misunderstanding of how energy is transferred.. that would simply cause additional energy to be consumed by the pump or water company.. and a bicycle generator? It assumes that surplus energy from riding a bicycle is more efficient than the industrial sources of energy we see today.. sorry, but I don’t see it. Maybe for iPods or cell phones, but not for indoor lighting.


Posted by: Mark
 
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11:01 pm
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November 10, 2012
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[...] ENERGÍA HUMANAIBM. “Haciendo lo mismo, usted podrá revisar su saldo desde su teléfono móvil o tableta”, continuó. [...]


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June 25, 2012
11:28 am

[...] a renewable energy source? Some might call this child labor, but it is just one idea coming out of IBM’s “People Power” concept that involves harnessing the energy from the thing we do and using it to create renewable [...]


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January 25, 2012
7:17 pm

[...] ·    People power will come to life  ·    You will never need a password again ·    Mind reading is no longer science fiction  ·    The digital divide will cease to exist  ·    Junk mail will become priority mail ” [...]


Posted by: The IBM 5 in 5 « currently. future focused.
 
January 16, 2012
8:14 am

[...] 1. People power will come to life [...]


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January 10, 2012
12:51 am

[...] innovations that will change our lives –come 2016. Check out the IBM 5 in 5, one by one:People power will come to lifeYou will never need a password againMind reading is no longer science fictionThe digital divide will [...]


Posted by: IBM 5 in 5: Five Innovations That Will Change Our Lives within Five Years
 
January 3, 2012
5:53 am

[...] People-powered homes.The idea that electricity will be generated from movement — think walking, biking, or even the water running through pipes — and then collected to be used in our homes, workplaces and cities. [...]


Posted by: IBM: People-powered homes only five years away
 
December 27, 2011
10:57 am

[...] that moves or produces heat has the potential to create energy that can be captured. Walking. Jogging. Bicycling. The heat from your computer. Even the water [...]


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December 23, 2011
5:36 pm

[...] The presentation that comes with this prediction (see below) is a little thin in detailing how this revolution might take place. There is a blog post from IBM Distinguished Engineer Harry Kolar that notes that “the strike of your heel on the ground and the bend of your sole release a lot of dissipated energy” that can be collected, stored and used, and also that “a device on the spokes of your bicycle could measure and collect energy that’s then transmitted to power your kitchen appliances.” [...]


Posted by: WATCH: IBM Predicts Personal Energy Harvesting May Power The Future | BNewsworld
 
December 23, 2011
1:02 pm

[...] The presentation that comes with this prediction (see below) is a little thin in detailing how this revolution might take place. There is a blog post from IBM Distinguished Engineer Harry Kolar that notes that “the strike of your heel on the ground and the bend of your sole release a lot of dissipated energy” that can be collected, stored and used, and also that “a device on the spokes of your bicycle could measure and collect energy that’s then transmitted to power your kitchen appliances.” [...]


Posted by: WATCH: IBM Predicts Personal Energy Harvesting May Power The Future | Articled In
 
December 23, 2011
8:33 am

[...] People power will come to life [...]


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December 22, 2011
10:15 pm

[...] People power will come to life. Advances in technology will allow us to trap the kinetic energy  generated (and wasted) from walking, jogging, bicycling and even from water flowing through pipes. A bicycle charging your iPhone? There’s nothing wrong with that, though I think it might be a while before we see this actually become a mainstream practice. [...]


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December 22, 2011
12:01 pm

[...] to personal energy harvesting. “People power,” the company declared, “will come to life.”The presentation that comes with this prediction (see below) is a little thin in detailing how this revolution might [...]


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December 21, 2011
10:39 am

[...] People power will come to life  [...]


Posted by: Οι προβλέψεις της IBM για το tech μέλλον μας… « Gadgetfreak
 
December 20, 2011
4:25 pm

[...] „Puterea oamenilor” va deveni realitate. „Puterea oamenilor” în sensul de energia generată de noi și nu sintagma aia belicoasă „Power to the People” din discursurile sforăitoare ale politicienilor. Ultimele descoperiri în tehnologie ne vor permite să capturăm energia kinetică generată (în prezent risipită) din timpul mersului, jogging-ului, mersului cu bicicleta sau a curgerii apei prin conducte (huh???). O bicicletă încărcând un iPhone? Nu e nimic în neregulă cu afirmația asta numai că eu sunt de părere că vor trece mai mult de 5 ani până când va deveni ubicuitate. Deocamdată avem o bicicletă controlată de un iPhone. Not bad. [...]


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December 20, 2011
2:00 pm

[...] People power will come to life. Advances in technology will allow us to trap the kinetic energy generated (and wasted) from [...]


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December 20, 2011
8:06 am

[...] [...]


Posted by: Anonymous
 
December 20, 2011
7:09 am

[...] People power will come to life. Advances in technology will allow us to trap the kinetic energy generated (and wasted) from [...]


Posted by: IBM’s Five Predictions for the Next Five Years | courtneyallenbernard.com
 
December 20, 2011
5:40 am

[...] People power will come to life. Advances in technology will allow us to trap the kinetic energy generated (and wasted) from [...]


Posted by: IBM’s Five Predictions for the Next Five Years – BusinessWeek | iPhone Developers
 
December 20, 2011
4:48 am

[...] People power will come to life. Advances in technology will allow us to trap the kinetic energy generated (and wasted) from [...]


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December 20, 2011
3:52 am

[...] People power will come to life. [...]


Posted by: BrandGist – IBM Reveals Five Innovations That Will Change Our Lives within Five Years
 
December 19, 2011
7:54 pm

[...] to IBM’s own research, “people power will come to life” as kinetic energy created by everything from human activity to heat from your computer is [...]


Posted by: The future according to Big Blue | ZDNet
 
December 19, 2011
5:21 pm
December 19, 2011
2:30 am

[...] ·    People power will come to life  ·    You will never need a password again ·    Mind reading is no longer science fiction  ·    The digital divide will cease to exist  ·    Junk mail will become priority mail [...]


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December 19, 2011
12:09 am

[...] People power will come to life  ·    You will never need a password again ·    Mind reading is no longer science fiction [...]


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December 19, 2011
12:08 am

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