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1/ 🌌🧬 Delving deeper into the realms of AI, consciousness, and the cosmos, we'll explore emerging technologies, theories, and insights shaping the future of our understanding. Get ready for the next chapter in this exhilarating adventure! #AI #Consciousness #Cosmology
2/ 🔮📡 As technology advances, we're witnessing the rise of quantum computing, neuroprosthetics, and brain-computer interfaces, expanding the horizons of AI and consciousness research. #QuantumComputing #Neuroprosthetics #BrainComputerInterfaces
3/ 🧠💡 Cognitive science and neuroscience have made strides in understanding the mind's inner workings, contributing to our grasp on consciousness and its connection to AI. #CognitiveScience #Neuroscience #Mind
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🧵"@cryptoswarmai and sustainability"
Abstract: Swarm AI is a predictive biomimetic AI enabling effective and efficient group-based decisions for humans. Its potential for greater good has not yet been fully unlocked.
Keywords: #AI #predictive #consensus #biomimicry #decisions
Background: I joined CryptoSwarm for two main reasons. Firstly, I saw an opportunity for financial profit. Secondly, as a human being interested in sustainability, biomimicry and AI, the underlying technology has plenty of applications to build a more sustainable world
I would recommend others to join because CryptoSwarm seems like a great tool for financial investment, but also to learn more about its technology and to widen its field of applications.
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Daily Bookmarks to GAVNet 02/04/2022…
Hard barriers and soft power: Study assesses outsider perceptions of border walls…
#BorderWalls, #SoftPower, #InternationalRelations, #NationSecurity, #PersonalPerception
Individually optimal choices can be collectively disastrous in COVID-19 disease control | BMC Public Health | Full Text…
#IndividualOptimalChoices, #PublicHealth, #InterventionNoncompliance, #SpreadSuppression, #ResearchResults
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Daily Bookmarks to GAVNet 09/24/2021…
COVID-19 is evolving to become more airborne, says recent study…

#COVID19 #variants #AirborneTransmissibility
winter is coming, and the vaccine narrative is about to shift…

#COVID19 #seasonality #vaccinations #surges #winter #consequences
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Daily Bookmarks to GAVNet 05/10/2021…
Public Citizen Report Finds That Corporate Prosecutions Plunged to a 25-Year Low Final Year of Trump Administration…

#CorporateProsecution #CorporateLeniency #CorporateImpunity
A New Study Reveals that Not Prosecuting People for Nonviolent Misdemeanors May Actually Reduce Crime…

#prosecution #misdemeanors #consequences #CrimeRate
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Daily Bookmarks to GAVNet 04/03/2021…
Researchers develop 'explainable' artificial intelligence algorithm…

#algorithms #ArtificialIntelligence
Road Salt Is Imperiling Aquatic Ecosystems. It Doesn’t Have To.…

#AquaticEcosystems #RoadSalt
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Daily Bookmarks to GAVNet 01/22/2021…
‘A Total Failure’: The Proud Boys Now Mock Trump…

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Enjoying this @WELLcertified webinar today w/ @wef's @alicecharles & @Biomimicry38's Nicole Hagerman Miller. Some great topics being covered relative to #biomimicry, #biophilia, & the #pandemic. Some previous articles I've written related to these topics include... 1/
This piece on the false dualism between humans & nature, & its impact on sustainability:…, ... 2/
This piece on the value of nature, or the non-human built world:…, ... 3/
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Wow!! One of the most outstanding books I’ve ever read.

Sand Talk: How #IndigenousThinking can save the World

A great recommendation for these days!!

Thanks Tyson Yunkaporta. Your book is a gem to be discovered: #wisdom #values
A few years ago, I wrote a post about the #philosophy of Good Living or Living Well from Indigenous People…

I talked about #biomimicry, learning from Nature with humility, and then we could also learn from the wisdom of indigenous people
I've decided to start a month-long project where I'll tweet a “wise” tip about "Sand Talk" every day during April. 30/30

#WiseBoomerang #1 This will be the 1st one.
It's about #humility the antonymous of #hubris. #Communication #DialogicalEthics #Connectedness
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1/3: I need to add @julia_watson_'s book to my list. Indigenous technologies are often forms of #biomimicry that are already tried and true. Could even view adapting forms of indigenous technologies as a type of biomimicry itself. #builtenvironment…
2/3: I bet one could also view contextual applications of Lo-TEK as an outcome of, or partially constrained by, indigenous communities unknowing applications of Elinor #Ostrom's 8 principles in their efforts to protect local "commons" for the long term good of the communities.
3/3: That would be an interesting set of studies, knowing that our contemporary environments often unwittingly work against these principles (also divorcing of from the rest of the natural world in the process).

#Ostrom #biomimicry #biophilia #builtenvironment
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1/5: Mimicking or deriving inspiration from the human design & construction strategies of our collective past or of other contemporary cultural traditions could technically be considered a form of #biomimicry.

via @ArchDaily…
2/5: We're a part of nature & the natural world as much as any other species on this planet.

Ultimately it's about finding the most appropriate contextual solution that maximizes human health & well-being at the individual occupant level, at the community level,...
3/5: all the way up to the global level. And this must take into account how our short & long-term health & well-being is impacted by varying interactions w/ other species.

This includes solutions that have a direct impact, such as eliminating VOCs from our...
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1/9: A few years ago I picked this book by @LyandaHaupt up in the bookshop haven of Hay-on-Wye in southeast Wales, but have only just now read it. For me the author really hit home how #Darwin was able to construct the theory of evolution, arguably...

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2/9: one of the most important scientific theories we have, through extensive observations of the “natural” world. While some degree of modest experimentation was involved (though that too was rooted in nature) it was his meticulous observations of nature,...
3/9: his closeness to nature, that inspired his vision of the tree of life and the mechanistic details of evolution. It’s also what led him to the realization that humans aren’t separate from the natural world.

This realization also contributed to...
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1. While visiting my Mom in Florida, one day we came home and there was a bee swarm right outside her house. I’ve always been fascinated by insects, but bees in particular for how they #design things as a group. Here's a fascinating lesson.
2. Usually a swarm means there's a new queen looking to start a new hive and a bunch of worker-bees go w/ her (thus, the the swarm) - they're moving!

But in our case it was a bee-emergency. Their old hive fell out of a tree.

It was huge - the size of a large watermelon.
3. When they swarm, honey-bees have a fascinating system for relocation.

They send out 20-50 scout bees to find a new pad. They return and report (doing the wiggle dance) to explain what they found. Much like with people, there is a discussion of which one is best.
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