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Every year IBM predicts the future of technology via the IBM 5 in 5 initiative–our forecast of five innovations that will help transform aspects of modern life, making the planet smarter, within the next five years. We assess not just the availability of a new technology but also the likelihood of its  large-scale adoption.

This year’s predictions:

·    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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Click here to vote on the coolest prediction.

Making this kind of prediction is difficult. (In fact, to me, sadly, the one about eliminating the digital divide seems impossible.) So, every year, IBM researchers stick out their necks. Which is risky. “A lot of people wait for things to happen. It’s rare than an organization says: this is a big change, and it’s coming,” says IBM Fellow Bernard Meyerson.

Why do they do it? In addition to the PR value, we complete this exercise annually because it makes IBMers think hard about what’s possible and to strive to make it so. Simply put, the process of choosing the predictions and defending them is good for us.

Meyerson, who plays a role in the annual exercise, says the most useful thing about the process is that it requires IBMers to think holistically about innovation. They can’t consider science and technology in a vacuum. They also have to think deeply about social trends, market conditions the willingness of people to pay for cutting-edge technologies. That’s the kind of thinking that can transform inventions into high-impact innovations.

We’ve been issuing the Next 5 in 5 predictions for the past six years. So, how are we doing? Mindful of the difficulty, and considering the fact that for most of the predictions less than five years have passed, we’ve done pretty well.

Two of the first year’s predictions, for instance, have pretty much come true:

We will be able to access healthcare remotely from just about anywhere in the world. Today, through telemedicine, patients can connect with physicians or specialists from just about anywhere via inexpensive computers and broadband networks. Doctors can view x-rays and other diagnostic imagery from thousands of miles away.

Technologies the size of a few atoms will address areas of environmental importance. Nanotechnology is now used in countless fields and industries, including agriculture, biotechnology and sensor networks, enabling us to understand and interact with the natural environment like never before.

Predictions from other years have panned out as well. A couple of examples:

You will have a crystal ball for your health. Thanks to advances in genetic research and high-performance computing it is now possible to affordably decipher an individual’s entire genome. This makes it possible for physicians to alert people to medical conditions they might fall prey to, and it clears the pathway, eventually, to truly personal medicine.

You will talk to the Web…and the Web will talk back. Today, speech recognition and mobile communications technologies make it possible for people to talk to the Internet using their computers or mobile phones, be understood, and listen to automated voices that are responsive to their needs.

The Next 5 in 5 initiative got its start in an IBM Innovation Jam in 2006. The seed goal was to get the entire company thinking about grand challenges. “If you give people a grand challenge you push them to really innovate,” says Meyerson. “That’s when extraordinary things can happen.”

IBM has played a significant role in each of these breakthroughs. So, it’s working.

 

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July 21, 2012
9:47 am

After an injury at birth, my father’s passion and perseverance guaranteed that I walked and played sports. But my last memory of him is a mixture of love and pain.
I killed my dad. I didn’t blow him away with a gun. Instead, I let him die. I pulled a kitchen chair up next to him and watched him struggle to breathe on the floor. The skin on his face turned a reddish-purple. His neck took on a bluish tint. Both his hands clutched tightly at his chest. And suddenly, the white in his eyes became spider-web etched, in blood-red lines.

Why did I do it? It’s complicated.

I loved the son of a bitch more than anything on the planet. You see, 28 years earlier, I was born a cripple. A breech birth, feet first, my head stuck in the birth canal. By my first birthday, I couldn’t crawl, stand or walk. My right arm and hand awkwardly clung to my torso. At first, the doctors told my dad I would never walk or run normally because the muscles in my right leg and arm would continue to atrophy.
When I was 3, Dad brought me to Children’s Hospital in Boston for answers. They told him I had cerebral palsy. A loss of oxygen to my brain had destroyed brain signals to the right side of my body. The doctors recommended that I attend private schools. They gave him a long list of places that could better care for cripples like me, and they prescribed a full-length removable leg cast to wear at bedtime.

He refused to listen. No son of his was going to be a cripple. He found a doctor who instructed him in how he could take the place of my injured brain. Every morning before breakfast and every evening before bed, my dad placed me on the bedroom floor to exercise my right leg. The muscles were shrunken and twisted together. His job was to craft them straight, at any cost. Back and forth, up and down, my dad pushed and pulled the muscles into shape. He stretched them until the heel of my right foot evenly matched up to the heel of the left foot.

My Aunt Helen told me the process was almost unbearable to witness. She said the sounds of me screaming soured her stomach. I was too young; I don’t remember the pain. But my mother said my dad would cry. He couldn’t look into my eyes. His tears made wet stains on my T-shirt.

But my dad’s exercise of passion didn’t stop there. For my 13th birthday, he threw me a special party. First, we ate my favorite peanut butter cake. Then he allowed me to open every present but a large box neatly trimmed in colorful birthday-balloon wrapping paper. When everybody was gone, he marched me into the basement to open the box.

It was a set of boxing gloves. We put them on. My dad proceeded to beat me unmercifully. Each time I tried to get up, leather kissed my nose, eyes and jaw. Blood ran into my mouth from the spot where my front teeth punctured my bottom lip. I begged him to stop. Instead he carefully, systematically picked a target, never once missing his bull’s-eye.

Hysterical, I collapsed in his arms. He cradled me, rocking back and forth. Dad said, “I’d cut off my right arm if that would make you whole.” I couldn’t talk. He said he beat me to get me ready for the world. Told me I was a man now and things would be extra tough for me.

That same year, he caught me hitchhiking, duct-taped me to a kitchen chair and turned on Mom’s electric carving knife. He never touched me with it, just held it close to my ears. It was for my own good, he said. I needed to know what would happen if a “bad man” picked me up.

Ironically, it was also easy for my dad to engage in an uncommon act of discernible love. That same year, I was the only kid in my neighborhood that wasn’t picked for Little League. Everybody laughed at me at tryouts. My right leg awkwardly slanted inward as I ran.

My father heard their snickers. On the ride home, neither of us spoke. I sat close to him. He held my hand, and we cried together. Two weeks later, Dad started the Shedd Park Minor League. He raised money, bought uniforms, enlisted coaches, acquired permits, and every kid played. Dad coached the Yankees and made me a pitcher.

In high school, I became a football star. People said if I had two good legs, I might have played on Sundays. One Saturday afternoon, I read the quarterback’s eyes, jumped the tight end and pulled the pass out of his hands. Immediately, I headed for the end zone. At the five-yard line, I looked around to see if anybody was close enough to catch me. Nobody was chasing me, except Dad running full speed along the sidelines.

The power of my dad’s love, insidious and reckless, guaranteed I walked and more. And this Father’s Day, like every Father’s Day, I’ll relive the last time I saw him. My mother was in the hospital recovering from surgery. And Dad was on the kitchen floor having sex with another woman. I found them. He went for his heart. I thought he was faking. By the time I realized he was dying and tried to help him, it was too late.

At the end, I remember a tear rolling slowly across his cheek. His eyes opened wide. I bent forward and whispered, “I love you.” He slowly reached for my hand just as he had done years ago on that ride home from Little League tryouts. And at that instant, we both experienced the pain and madness of love. Then he was gone.

That night, I shot my first bag of heroin. Three years after he died, I kicked a 10-bag-a-day habit. I became a journalist, covered the war in Bosnia, made an award-winning documentary. In 1997, a brain surgeon in San Jose told me I didn’t have cerebral palsy after all. He explained precisely how and where the doctor’s forceps at birth had damaged the frontal lobe of my brain.

My dad never knew the whole truth. But all that counts is the bottom line. After all his madness, on this Father’s Day, like every Father’s Day, I’m not a cripple.


Posted by: Licclalry
 
April 16, 2012
9:36 am

i know of dis article on IEEE and its very interesting of our health condition test


Posted by: rasool
 
March 16, 2012
8:02 am

This was truly a stimulating read… I totally agree with 3 of the predictions — including the one about junk mail! I’ve started sifting through them already! *sigh*

Kelly


Posted by: Ardham Kelly
 
February 3, 2012
4:39 am

technical maybe developed close smart to people’s brain, but can never equalled to ,the barrier is the flexible immotion


Posted by: David
 
December 21, 2011
5:16 pm

The people power one scares me as it SHOWS IBM HAS NO UNDERSTANDING OF BASIC PHYSICS.
Space is limited but for example, Yes you could extract energy from the water flowing in your pipes but remember that kinetic energy was put in by the water supplier – so your not gaining in terms of CO2. The fact you can’t figure this one out is truly terrifying. Seeding these as challenges to your organisation is like brainstorming a new watch design while sitting on the Titanic as it skins.
Ethically the personal genetic medicine means personal genetic life insurance.
If you want grand challenges I could easily give you much 100 better ones.


Posted by: Rebecca Moreau
 
December 21, 2011
4:34 am

Terrible drawings, just, just terrible.

As for the predictions

· People power will come to life – Would people-power ever be enough? I see tech making us more lazy rather than becoming our own power plants. Something like this sounds much more realistic http://www.ted.com/talks/justin_hall_tipping_freeing_energy_from_the_grid.html

· You will never need a password again – You’re talking about ATMs. This will not aid convenience or security on private tech such as home computing.

· Mind reading is no longer science fiction – “Wow I think the girl across the office looks great in those jeans… no! DON’T MESSAGE HER THAT! NOW ITS MY FACEBOOK STATUS!”. The chances of us becoming mentally disciplined to the point of this actually working? 0.

· The digital divide will cease to exist – If people in 3rd world countries can track the village doctor, why not just use this “telemedicine”. Or fly to the local Asimo-medic where the just as viable cure-all magicpill2000 will be prescribed and everyone will live happily ever after.

· Junk mail will become priority mail – More and more we’re told to “check your junk folder just in case”. Kill junk mail and it’s source, let me decide what I want to read.


Posted by: Ben
 
December 21, 2011
3:18 am

hi, i think 5 in 5 can create a revolution in our society


Posted by: sam
 
December 20, 2011
7:22 pm

None of these predictions will come true within 5 years

In 5 years:

- Most people will still use passwords for all computer accounts, although there might be novelty (uneconomic, insecure) examples of computers recognising people without use of passwords
- Most houses will still rely on grid electricty. Many (but still a minority) of houses will have grid-connected solar power, but virtually none will be powered with ‘people power’ as in the IBM prediction
- Using detection of brain states to control computing (it ISNT mind reading!) will be not terribly more advanced than it currently is now – you can have computers do relatively rudimentary tasks using detection of brain states, but you won’t be able to do anything complicated, and it won’t be in mass consumer use.
- A large number of people in 3rd world countries will have mobile phones and access to the internet, but the extreme prediction that the ‘digital divide will cease to exist’ within 5 years is wrong. Many, many people will still have no access to, or use of, technology (especially the aged).
- In line with an increase in the cleverness of spam filters, advertisers will become more clever at devising ways to deliver junk mail to avoid such filters. Advertising will *never* be so well tailored that is not identified as spam – advertising even for products taht you want is annoying if it is delivered at an inopportune time. Within 5 years, your computer won’t be smart enough to automatically book tickets to your favourite band just by knowing your preferences – not without you having manually set up a search and purchase yourself.


Posted by: Steve
 
December 20, 2011
10:19 am

“…predictions, for instance, have pretty much come true:..”

Just like the flying car (or drivable plane), the predictions might have come true, yet they’re still useless or vastly unusable by the masses, so… ? Healthcare accessible anywhere? Don’t think some doctors from China are interested in my x-rays. Crystal ball for health? Don’t think we have the same definitions for “crystal ball”, deciphering the genome “affordably” is far from what a “crystal ball” is supposed to do, back to the fairy tale books.
In short, I’ll give you that the predictions have good “PR value”, as you put it.


Posted by: ranjix
 
December 19, 2011
8:21 pm

hi…..!!!
I think you doing the same thing that i trying to do well I think it will definitely help you just go and watch Keith Barry’s Show “Deception with Keith barry”, you will definitely be able to find some clues regarding to your project. and If I can help you please please contact me and I would like to join this project how do I join this project please tell me, at present I am working as a Asst. System Engineer and recently Passed out Engineer (2011), From India


Posted by: Akshay Dubey
 
December 19, 2011
8:19 pm

hi…..!!!
I think you doing the same thing that i trying to do well I think it will definitely help you just go and watch Keith Barry’s Show “Deception with Keith barry”, you will definitely be able to find some clues regarding to your project. and If I can help you please please contact me and I would like to join this project how do I join this project please tell me, at present I am working as a Asst. System Engineer and recently Passed out Engineer (2011), From India


Posted by: Akshay Dubey
 
December 19, 2011
6:18 pm

Is there a version of this video (and the others) available with captions for Hard of Hearing and Deaf individuals?

The YouTube auto-transcription service isn’t really up-to-speed just yet.


Posted by: Mike
 
December 19, 2011
11:30 am

Seems there is a big project behind it: see, for example, The IBM project for cognitive computing
http://ibmresearchalmaden.blogspot.com/2011/08/ibms-cognitive-computing-chips-make_23.html

Anyone can give a brief intro on those projects? I am highly interested in it! Thanks.


Posted by: Xiaodong
 
December 19, 2011
11:22 am

YOU WILL NEVER NEED A PASSWORD AGAIN…I think this one would be used widely very soon


Posted by: kamal
 
December 19, 2011
10:45 am

Robin,
Which two scare you and which two thrill you?


Posted by: Steve Hamm
 
December 19, 2011
10:39 am

Interesting. 2 of the 5 thrill me, 2 of the 5 scare me…

We indeed live in, and are creating, a brave new world.


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[...] brainiacs at IBM made some pretty far-out predictions this week: In five years, they say, you won’t need passwords, there will be no more digital divide, and [...]


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December 25, 2011
4:15 pm

[...] has announced its “Next 5 In 5 Forecast,” an annual list of five predictions about the technologies the company’s innovators think [...]


Posted by: IBM predicts mind-reading computers of the future « Follow The Money
 
December 24, 2011
11:39 am

[...] brainiacs at IBM made some pretty far-out predictions this week: In five years, they say, you won’t need passwords, there will be no more digital divide, and [...]


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December 24, 2011
2:02 am

[...] brainiacs at IBM made some pretty far-out predictions this week: In five years, they say, you won’t need passwords, there will be no more digital divide, and [...]


Posted by: How IBM Saw 2012 in 2007: Where’s My Mind-Reading Cellphone? « St. Anthony's Hr. Sec. School, Shillong
 
December 23, 2011
11:48 pm

[...] brainiacs at IBM made some pretty far-out predictions this week: In five years, they say, you won’t need passwords, there will be no more digital divide, and [...]


Posted by: How IBM Saw 2012 in 2007: Where’s My Mind-Reading Cellphone? | Daves Ultimate Deals
 
December 23, 2011
11:45 pm

[...] brainiacs at IBM made some pretty far-out predictions this week: In five years, they say, you won’t need passwords, there will be no more digital divide, and [...]


Posted by: How IBM Saw 2012 in 2007: Where’s My Mind-Reading Cellphone? « Internet toolbox
 
December 23, 2011
11:08 pm

[...] brainiacs during IBM finished some flattering far-out predictions this week: In 5 years, they say, we won’t need passwords, there will be no some-more digital divide, and [...]


Posted by: How IBM Saw 2012 in 2007: Where’s My Mind-Reading Cellphone? - Ya Newz
 
December 23, 2011
7:46 pm

[...] brainiacs at IBM made some pretty far-out predictions this week: In five years, they say, you won’t need passwords, there will be no more digital divide, and [...]


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December 23, 2011
4:50 pm

[...] innovations that will change our lives within five years – [Link] Tags: ibm5in5, innovations Filed in Technology | 6 views No Comments [...]


Posted by: Electronics-Lab.com Blog » Blog Archive » Five innovations that will change our lives within five years
 
December 23, 2011
2:36 pm

[...] brainiacs at IBM made some pretty far-out predictions this week: In five years, they say, you won’t need passwords, there will be no more digital divide, and [...]


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December 23, 2011
2:30 pm

[...] IBM’s “5 in 5″ forecast are about to get people talking. That’s five predictions expected to happen in the next five years. On that front, it has succeeded. [...]


Posted by: IBM's Predictions: Mind-Controlled Objects and Biometric Passwords | Dice Blog Network
 
December 23, 2011
2:13 pm

[...] brainiacs at IBM made some pretty far-out predictions this week: In five years, they say, you won’t need passwords, there will be no more digital divide, and [...]


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December 23, 2011
1:53 pm

[...] 5 in 5, o lo que es lo mismo, las cinco predicciones anuales a cinco años vista de IBM ya han sido formuladas. La mayoría suenan a ciencia ficción en la actualidad, pero podrían no ir mal encaminados si leemos entre líneas. De entre las mismas, dos predicciones destacan sobre las demás. La compañía dice que en cinco años podremos ser capaces de leer la mente de otro y de crear toda la energía necesaria para nuestros hogares. [...]


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December 23, 2011
1:47 pm

[...] brainiacs at IBM made some pretty far-out predictions this week: In five years, they say, you won’t need passwords, there will be no more digital divide, and [...]


Posted by: How IBM Saw 2012 in 2007: Where’s My Mind-Reading Cellphone? | DT Shop Smart
 
December 23, 2011
1:40 pm

[...] brainiacs at IBM made some pretty far-out predictions this week: In five years, they say, you won’t need passwords, there will be no more digital divide, and [...]


Posted by: How IBM Saw 2012 in 2007: Where’s My Mind-Reading Cellphone? : All New York News, Sports, Weather, Traffic
 
December 23, 2011
1:25 pm

[...] brainiacs at IBM made some pretty far-out predictions this week: In five years, they say, you won’t need passwords, there will be no more digital divide, and [...]


Posted by: How IBM Saw 2012 in 2007: Where’s My Mind-Reading Cell Phone? : All New York News, Sports, Weather, Traffic
 
December 23, 2011
1:05 pm

[...] brainiacs at IBM made some pretty far out predictions this week: In five years, they say, you won’t need passwords, there will be no more digital divide, and [...]


Posted by: How IBM Saw 2012 in 2007: Where’s My Mind Reading Cell Phone? : All New York News, Sports, Weather, Traffic
 
December 23, 2011
11:00 am

[...] The IBM 5 in 5: Our Forecast of Five Innovations That Will Alter the Tech Landscape Within Five Year…. [...]


Posted by: The IBM 5 in 5: Our Forecast of Five Innovations That Will Alter the Tech Landscape Within Five Years « Strategy Inc.
 
December 23, 2011
1:20 am

[...] 5 initiative,” Steve Hamm, a strategist in IBM’s corporate communications department, wrote in a blog post. “We assess not just the availability of a new technology but also the likelihood of its [...]


Posted by: IBM foretells mind-reading machines | Pakalert Press
 
December 22, 2011
11:40 pm

[...] Прогноз IBM 5 in 5 компания делает ежегодно, основываясь «на рыночных и социальных тенденциях», а также данных из своих исследовательских лабораторий по всему миру. Нынешний «хит-парад» – уже шестой по счёту. (Рейтинг 2010 года мы подробно описывали.) [...]


Posted by: UkrLife.net » IBM дала прогноз по инновациям на пять лет вперёд
 
December 22, 2011
5:18 pm

[...] تا از ۵ پیشگویی IBM هستند که دیروز در کنفرانس سالیانه « ۵ در ۵ » رونمایی کرد. مراسمی که آی بی ام در آن به معرفی ابداعات [...]


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December 22, 2011
3:52 pm

[...] innovations that could change how people work, live and play. This week, IBM revealed the next 5 in 5 — an annual forecast of future technology trends — which The New York Times, Washington Post and other global news outlets quickly endorsed as [...]


Posted by: IBM Viewpoints: December 20, 2011 « Collaboration Cafe
 
December 22, 2011
3:00 pm

[...] de science-fiction ; leur voeu pourrait bientôt devenir réalité”, explique IBM dans ses prédictions annuelles à 5 ans sur les technologies du [...]


Posted by: Innovation : quand les ordinateurs pourront lire nos pensées. « andreasdieryckscpo201110
 
December 22, 2011
2:51 pm
December 22, 2011
11:04 am

[...] something, and a computer will respond. That’s the vision from IBM, which just published its “5 in 5″ forecast, which attempts to predict five technologies that have the potential to significantly change our [...]


Posted by: IBM: Mind-Reading Machines Will Change Our Lives | Business Small Business
 
December 22, 2011
10:42 am

[...] 5 in 5, o lo que es lo mismo, las cinco predicciones anuales a cinco años vista de IBM ya han sido formuladas. La mayoría suenan a ciencia ficción en la actualidad, pero podrían no ir mal encaminados si leemos entre líneas. De entre las mismas, dos predicciones destacan sobre las demás. La compañía dice que en cinco años podremos ser capaces de leer la mente de otro y de crear toda la energía necesaria para nuestros hogares. [...]


Posted by: En 5 años nos leeremos la mente y crearemos energía para nuestra casa « Before I Dying
 
December 22, 2011
7:59 am

[...] nos leeremos la mente y crearemos energía para nuestra casa  Curiosidadesdic 222011  5 in 5, o lo que es lo mismo, las cinco predicciones anuales a cinco años vista de IBM ya han sido [...]


Posted by: Según IBM, en 5 años nos leeremos la mente y crearemos energía para nuestra casa | www.Faltariamas.com - www.Faltariamas.es
 
December 22, 2011
7:17 am

[...] si otras veces han planteado supuestos verdaderamente arriesgados, en la edición de este año del ’5 in 5′ no se han quedado cortos. Os resumo los 5 avances que IBM considera que veremos a no mucho [...]


Posted by: IBM cree que en 5 años se podrán leer las mentes : DoMiNiCki Blog
 
December 22, 2011
6:57 am

[...] تا از ۵ پیشگویی IBM هستند که دیروز در کنفرانس سالیانه « ۵ در ۵ » رونمایی کرد. مراسمی که آی بی ام در آن به معرفی ابداعات [...]


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December 22, 2011
6:33 am

[...] de de pensar algo y un ordenador podrá responder. Esa es la visión que IBM acaba de publicar en “5 in 5″ forecast, donde pretenden dilucidar cinco tecnologías que pueden cambiar significaticamente nuestras vidas [...]


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December 22, 2011
1:23 am

[...] en effet d’annoncer sur un ton prophétique cette éventualité, explique A Smarter Planet. “De Houdini à Skywalker en passant par les X-Men, lire les pensées est depuis la nuit des [...]


Posted by: Pour IBM, il sera possible de lire dans les pensées en 2017 « Etrange et Insolite
 
December 22, 2011
12:43 am

[...] something, and a computer will respond. That’s the vision from IBM, which just published its “5 in 5″ forecast, which attempts to predict five technologies that have the potential to significantly change our [...]


Posted by: IBM: Mind-Reading Machines Will Change Our Lives –
 
December 21, 2011
9:38 pm

[...] 5 in 5, o lo que es lo mismo, las cinco predicciones anuales a cinco años vista de IBM ya han sido formuladas. La mayoría suenan a ciencia ficción en la actualidad, pero podrían no ir mal encaminados si leemos entre líneas. De entre las mismas, dos predicciones destacan sobre las demás. La compañía dice que en cinco años podremos ser capaces de leer la mente de otro y de crear toda la energía necesaria para nuestros hogares. [...]


Posted by: IBM, en 5 años nos leeremos la mente y crearemos energía para nuestra casa | Descargar Programas Taringa
 
December 21, 2011
8:16 pm

[...] something, and a computer will respond. That’s the vision from IBM, which just published its “5 in 5″ forecast, which attempts to predict five technologies that have the potential to significantly change our [...]


Posted by: IBM: Mind-Reading Machines Will Change Our Lives | Startup Help
 
December 21, 2011
7:04 pm

[...] something, and a computer will respond. That’s the vision from IBM, which just published its “5 in 5″ forecast, which attempts to predict five technologies that have the potential to significantly change our [...]


Posted by: IBM: Mind-Reading Machines Will Change Our Lives | Social Reach
 
December 21, 2011
4:45 pm

[...] something, and a computer will respond. That’s the vision from IBM, which just published its “5 in 5″ forecast, which attempts to predict five technologies that have the potential to significantly change our [...]


Posted by: Technothusiasts.com | Seattle's Premier Geek Podcast Network – IBM: Mind-Reading Machines Will Change Our Lives
 
December 21, 2011
4:31 pm

[...] something, and a computer will respond. That’s the vision from IBM, which just published its “5 in 5″ forecast, which attempts to predict five technologies that have the potential to significantly change our [...]


Posted by: IBM: Mind-Reading Machines Will Change Our Lives | Brian's Blog Site
 
December 21, 2011
4:19 pm

[...] informatičkih mozgova, pa tako i IBM (odnosno IBM Labs) koji ima svoju tradicionalnu listu Next 5 in 5: 2011 odnosno, pet stvari koje će obilježiti život u slijedećih pet [...]


Posted by: [me] IBM 5in5 2011: stvari koje će nam biti zanimljive slijedećih… « ratkom.net: potraga za nepoznatim
 
December 21, 2011
4:06 pm

[...] something, and a computer will respond. That’s the vision from IBM, which just published its “5 in 5″ forecast, which attempts to predict five technologies that have the potential to significantly change our [...]


Posted by: IBM: Mind-Reading Machines Will Change Our Lives « Fronteira sem Limites
 
December 21, 2011
3:35 pm

[...] something, and a computer will respond. That’s the vision from IBM, which just published its “5 in 5″ forecast, which attempts to predict five technologies that have the potential to significantly change our [...]


Posted by: IBM: Mind-Reading Machines Will Change Our Lives | Like List
 
December 21, 2011
3:23 pm

[...] something, and a computer will respond. That’s the vision from IBM, which just published its “5 in 5″ forecast, which attempts to predict five technologies that have the potential to significantly change our [...]


Posted by: IBM: Mind-Reading Machines Will Change Our Lives | Random Smart Stuffs
 
December 21, 2011
3:21 pm

[...] something, and a computer will respond. That’s the vision from IBM, which just published its “5 in 5″ forecast, which attempts to predict five technologies that have the potential to significantly change our [...]


Posted by: IBM Explains How Mind-Reading Machines Will Change Our Lives
 
December 21, 2011
3:19 pm

[...] something, and a computer will respond. That’s the vision from IBM, which just published its “5 in 5″ forecast, which attempts to predict five technologies that have the potential to significantly change our [...]


Posted by: IBM: Mind-Reading Machines Will Change Our Lives
 
December 21, 2011
11:04 am

[...] are just three of the five predictions IBM announced this morning as part of its annual “5 in 5” prognostication [...]


Posted by: IBM: Mind reading is less than five years away. For real. |
 
December 21, 2011
10:46 am

[...] Bạn có tin trong số 5 công nghệ này sẽ có cái trở thành hiện thực? Mình hy vọng về khả năng thiết bị điện tử sẽ có thể đọc và hiểu suy nghĩ của con người. Sẽ thật tuyệt khi cập nhật Facebook mà chẳng phải gõ nội dung! Nguồn: A Smarter Planet [...]


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December 21, 2011
10:38 am

[...] και για την επόμενη πενταετία. Τι μας λέει λοιπόν στο 5 X 5 της για το μέλλον μας – και μάλιστα το [...]


Posted by: Οι προβλέψεις της IBM για το tech μέλλον μας… « Gadgetfreak
 
December 21, 2011
10:29 am

[...] http://asmarterplanet.com/blog/2011/12/the-next-5-in-5-our-forecast-of-five-innovations-that-will-al… Like this:LikeBe the first to like this post. Categories: Future Technology, Interesting Comments (0) Trackbacks (0) Leave a comment Trackback [...]


Posted by: A Smarter Planet Blog » The IBM 5 in 5: Our Forecast of Five Innovations That Will Alter the Tech Landscape Within Five Years « Dave Calabro's Tech Blog
 
December 21, 2011
6:28 am

[...] активность мозга. В ежегодном докладе «5 за 5«, предпочтение также отдаетсяпьезоэлектричеству - [...]


Posted by: Пять технологий, которые изменят мир через пять лет | AntiCool
 
December 21, 2011
4:59 am

[...]  IBM a fait un point sur les technologies actuellement en développement dans ses laboratoires de rec…et qui seront à disposition des utilisateurs à horizon 2017. Parmi les différentes thématiques actuellement étudiées, on trouve celles autour de la production d’énergie verte, de la biométrie au service des mots de passe, ou encore du contrôle des terminaux par la pensée. [...]


Posted by: Piloter son PC par la pensée : une réalité pour IBM en 2017 | CRAVERO CONSULTING
 
December 21, 2011
1:56 am

[...] Blue’s “5 in 5” predictions look at what technologies will be commonplace in five years time, based on the [...]


Posted by: techtings» IBM: ‘Your PC will read your mind by 2016′
 
December 21, 2011
1:09 am

[...] has announced its “Next 5 In 5 Forecast,” an annual list of five predictions about the technologies the company’s innovators think [...]


Posted by: IBM’s Prediction For The Future: Mind-Reading Computers | BNewsworld
 
December 21, 2011
12:11 am

[...] controlar nuestros ordenadores con la mente, y lo ha hecho en una especie de informe en el que hace 5 predicciones para el futuro en la que quizá esta sea la más impactante y reveladora. Aunque nosotros lo aclaramos bien [...]


Posted by: En 5 años será posible controlar tu ordenador con la mente | Tecnologia | HablaDeTodo.com.ar
 
December 20, 2011
11:59 pm

[...] 5 in 5, o lo que es lo mismo, las cinco predicciones anuales a cinco años vista de IBM ya han sido formuladas. La mayoría suenan a ciencia ficción en la actualidad, pero podrían no ir mal encaminados si leemos entre líneas. De entre las mismas, dos predicciones destacan sobre las demás. La compañía dice que en cinco años podremos ser capaces de leer la mente de otro y de crear toda la energía necesaria para nuestros hogares. [...]


Posted by: Según IBM, en 5 años nos leeremos la mente y crearemos energía para nuestra casa | Tecnologia | HablaDeTodo.com.ar
 
December 20, 2011
8:52 pm

[...] according to IBM, which just published its “5 in 5″ forecast: a prediction about five innovations that will fundamentally change our world within the next five [...]


Posted by: IBM Says We’ll Have Mind-Reading Computers Within Five Years | Make A Difference Today!
 
December 20, 2011
6:45 pm

[...] Blue’s “5 in 5” predictions look at what technologies will be commonplace in five years time, based on the [...]


Posted by: IBM: ‘Your PC will read your mind by 2016′
 
December 20, 2011
6:29 pm

[...] that seem science fiction today but are thought to be commonplace in 5 years. The selection of the 5 in 5 is based on technological availability in the IBM labs and extrapolating societal [...]


Posted by: IBM Predicts People Power and Mind-controlled Devices | Tech the Future
 
December 20, 2011
2:12 pm

[...] de science-fiction ; leur voeu pourrait bientôt devenir réalité”, explique IBM dans ses prédictions annuelles à 5 ans sur les technologies du [...]


Posted by: Bientôt ordinateurs et téléphones pourront lire les pensées « Toutboom's Blog
 
December 20, 2011
12:59 pm

[...] are just three of the five predictions IBM announced this morning as part of its annual “5 in 5” prognostication [...]


Posted by: IBM: Mind reading is less than five years away. For real. | Information security & technology news
 
December 20, 2011
11:41 am

[...] fiction and science fact on a daily basis,” said IBM officials, as the company rolled out its “5 in 5″ list, which includes the following [...]


Posted by: 5 Innovations IBM Says Will Change Your Life | ironshieldtechng.com
 
December 20, 2011
11:37 am

[...] развития человечества на ближайшие пять лет — «5 in 5». Это пять основных трендов, которые должны быть [...]


Posted by: IBM: в течение пяти лет будет реализовано управление электронными устройствами силой мысли | ITC.ua
 
December 20, 2011
11:24 am

[...] cinco de 5 in 5 de este año son las [...]


Posted by: 5 in 5 - Las cinco predicciones tecnológicas de IBM para los próximos cinco años
 
December 20, 2011
11:15 am

[...] para nuestra casa dic 20th, 2011 | Por laislabuscada | Categoría: Tecnología   5 in 5, o lo que es lo mismo, las cinco predicciones anuales a cinco años vista de IBM ya han sido [...]


Posted by: Según IBM, en 5 años nos leeremos la mente y crearemos energía para nuestra casa - La Isla Buscada
 
December 20, 2011
11:06 am

[...] one step closer to realizing that vision. “According to IBM, which just published its “5 in 5″ forecast: a prediction about five innovations that will fundamentally change our world within the next five [...]


Posted by: The Market Report: 12.20.2011 | We Are The Market
 
December 20, 2011
11:04 am

[...] IBM divulgou seu relatório anual “5 in 5″. Nele, a empresa cita cinco tecnologias que ela acredita que existirão nos próximos cinco anos. A [...]


Posted by: Leitura da mente pode chegar nos próximos cinco anos, diz IBM | Blog Marcos Web Master
 
December 20, 2011
10:58 am

[...] harvesting. No more passwords. The Death of spam. Technology for everyone. These are five thing IBM believes are the future. Not 50 years in the future, but more like five years in the future. [...]


Posted by: Dear Internet, Signed: Anonymous » If IBM Has Its Way, This Is What Tech Will Look Like in Five Years [Video]
 
December 20, 2011
10:30 am

[...] IBM divulgou seu relatório anual “5 in 5″. Nele, a empresa cita cinco tecnologias que ela acredita que existirão nos próximos cinco anos. A [...]


Posted by: Leitura da mente pode chegar nos próximos cinco anos, diz IBM | Pavablog
 
December 20, 2011
10:19 am

[...] 5 in 5, o lo que es lo mismo, las cinco predicciones anuales a cinco años vista de IBM ya han sido formuladas. La mayoría suenan a ciencia ficción en la actualidad, pero podrían no ir mal encaminados si leemos entre líneas. De entre las mismas, dos predicciones destacan sobre las demás. La compañía dice que en cinco años podremos ser capaces de leer la mente de otro y de crear toda la energía necesaria para nuestros hogares. [...]


Posted by: Según IBM, en 5 años nos leeremos la mente y crearemos energía para nuestra casa: Alt1040 #iMAPAS — #iMAPAS
 
December 20, 2011
9:47 am

[...] den Menschen einen Mehrwert bieten können. Aber neben der Künstlichen Intelligenz gibt es einige Tech-Trends in weiteren Bereichen wie Energie, Sicherheit, Gedankenlesen, Mobile und Analytics in denen wir in den kommenden fünf Jahren mit technologischen Durchbrüchen rechnen [...]


Posted by: Tech-Trends: 5 Technologien, die unser Leben in 5 Jahren revolutionieren » t3n News
 
December 20, 2011
9:19 am

[...] according to IBM, which just published its “5 in 5″ forecast: a prediction about five innovations that will fundamentally change our world within the next five [...]


Posted by: IBM Says We’ll Have Mind-Reading Computers Within Five Years | It's Me Adam
 
December 20, 2011
8:47 am

[...] according to IBM, which just published its “5 in 5″ forecast: a prediction about five innovations that will fundamentally change our world within the next five [...]


Posted by: IBM Says We'll Have Mind-Reading Computers Within Five Years
 
December 20, 2011
7:01 am

[...] according to IBM, which just published its “5 in 5″ forecast: a prediction about five innovations that will fundamentally change our world within the next five [...]


Posted by: IBM Says We’ll Have Mind-Reading Computers Within Five Years | Startup Help
 
December 20, 2011
6:42 am

[...] die Vorhersagen, die IBM-Vordenker im Blog A Smarter Planet gemacht haben, eintreffen? Im Jahr 2016 werden wir es sehen. IBM veröffentlicht seit 2006 jeweils zum Jahresende [...]


Posted by: Trends für 2016 – Bei Gedanken Anruf
 
December 20, 2011
6:20 am

[...] according to IBM, which just published its “5 in 5″ forecast: a prediction about five innovations that will fundamentally change our world within the next five [...]


Posted by: IBM Says We’ll Have Mind-Reading Computers Within Five Years –
 
December 20, 2011
6:14 am

[...] asmarterplanet.com [...]


Posted by: Så här ser det ut om fem år enligt IBM | iPortal
 
December 20, 2011
6:11 am

[...] a few thoughts depending on context.It so happens that this, among other things, is precisely what IBM hopes to make possible over the next five years.Granted, it won’t so much be technopathy (a person’s ability [...]


Posted by: IBM Wants Mind-Controlled Computers in Phones in 5 Years or So | UpToNews.com | News Up To Date
 
December 20, 2011
5:46 am

[...] IPhone seems to have done it yet again. Even IBM has included “Talking to the web” in the 5 technologies likely to be available in the next 5 years. If you’re a [...]


Posted by: Siri or Iris, computers understanding the world around them » » Script and Scroll Script and Scroll
 
December 20, 2011
5:28 am

[...] Quelle: golem.de, asmarterplanet.com [...]


Posted by: IBM veröffentlicht „Next 5 in 5“ | Hypermedia Trends
 
December 20, 2011
5:23 am

[...] so happens that this, among other things, is precisely what IBM hopes to make possible over the next five [...]


Posted by: IBM Wants Mind-Controlled Computers in Phones in 5 Years or So
 
December 20, 2011
5:22 am

[...] harvesting. No more passwords. The Death of spam. Technology for everyone. These are five thing IBM believes are the future. Not 50 years in the future, but more like five years in the future. [...]


Posted by: If IBM Has Its Way, This Is What Tech Will Look Like in Five Years [Video] | Wine & Technology News: Myview WordView
 
December 20, 2011
5:14 am

[...] This year, they look at things like mind-reading, spam, and sustainable energy. Let’s take a look into the future, according to IBM. [...]


Posted by: Look Into The Future With IBM’s 5-in-5 Tech Predictions
 
December 20, 2011
5:10 am

[...] harvesting. No more passwords. The Death of spam. Technology for everyone. These are five thing IBM believes are the future. Not 50 years in the future, but more like five years in the future. Continue reading [...]


Posted by: If IBM Has Its Way, This Is What Tech Will Look Like in Five Years | The Gadget Blogger
 
December 20, 2011
4:55 am

[...] anno IBM pubblica una previsione sulle innovazioni che dovrebbero cambiare la nostra vita nei prossimi cinque anni. Lo studio, [...]


Posted by: IBM 5 in 5: le tecnologie dei prossimi 5 anni | Hardware | Digital.it
 
December 20, 2011
4:42 am

[...] تا از ۵ پیشگویی IBM هستند که دیروز در کنفرانس سالیانه « ۵ در ۵ » رونمایی کرد. مراسمی که آی بی ام در آن به معرفی ابداعات [...]


Posted by: پیشگویی های IBM: تنها ۵ سال فاصله تا ذهن خوانی و چیزهای عجیب | thestar.ir
 
December 20, 2011
4:03 am

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December 20, 2011
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December 20, 2011
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December 20, 2011
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December 20, 2011
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December 20, 2011
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December 20, 2011
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December 20, 2011
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December 20, 2011
1:01 am

[...] harvesting. No more passwords. The Death of spam. Technology for everyone. These are five thing IBM believes are the future. Not 50 years in the future, but more like five years in the [...]


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December 20, 2011
12:43 am

[...] harvesting. No more passwords. The Death of spam. Technology for everyone. These are five thing IBM believes are the future. Not 50 years in the future, but more like five years in the future. [...]


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December 19, 2011
10:37 pm

[...] according to IBM, which just published its “5 in 5″ forecast: a prediction about five innovations that will fundamentally change our world within the next five [...]


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December 19, 2011
10:28 pm

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December 19, 2011
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December 19, 2011
9:59 pm

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December 19, 2011
9:53 pm

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December 19, 2011
9:19 pm

[...] harvesting. No more passwords. The Death of spam. Technology for everyone. These are five thing IBM believes are the future. Not 50 years in the future, but more like five years in the future. [...]


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December 19, 2011
9:12 pm

[...] are just three of the five predictions IBM announced this morning as part of its annual “5 in 5” prognostication project. The list is meant to promote long-term work being done under Big [...]


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December 19, 2011
9:01 pm

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December 19, 2011
8:46 pm

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December 19, 2011
6:53 pm

[...] Gadget Prediction of the Day: As part of its “5 in 5″ forecast, outlining five technological advances that could happen in the next five years, IBM is predicting [...]


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December 19, 2011
6:16 pm

[...] IBM divulgou seu relatório anual “5 in 5″. Nele, a empresa cita cinco tecnologias que ela acredita que existirão nos próximos cinco anos. A [...]


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December 19, 2011
5:04 pm

[...] reading is just one of five bold predictions IBM announced this morning as part of its “5 in5″ initiative, an annual forecast of future innovations. The others [...]


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December 19, 2011
5:01 pm

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December 19, 2011
4:50 pm

[...] released its annual prediction of the five technologies that will alter our lives over the next five years, including the end of [...]


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December 19, 2011
4:18 pm

[...] thinks will change the way people live and work in the next five years. IBM has now released its 5 in 5 for 2011, and the forecasts contains some doozies — including mind-readying mobile [...]


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December 19, 2011
1:26 pm

[...] lista atual acabou de ser divulgada e traz ideias no mínimo curiosas acerca das transformações que podem impactar a vida moderna em [...]


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December 19, 2011
11:39 am

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December 19, 2011
11:28 am

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December 19, 2011
11:03 am

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December 19, 2011
10:05 am

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December 19, 2011
10:04 am

[...] are only 3 of a 5 predictions IBM announced this morning as partial of a annual “5 in 5” conjecture [...]


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December 19, 2011
10:02 am

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