Is Computing in Reverse the Next Big Thing?

Retrieved from https://ubiquity.acm.org/blog/computing-reverse-next-big-thing/. To fulfill Moore’s prophesy of doubling computing speeds every two years, engineers must come up with better utilization of energy, especially as we near Landauer’s limit on irreversible computing. As Moore’s Law runs out of steam, and fabrication of Boolean circuits on silicon appears to be reaching its limits, some computer scientists and... Continue Reading →

Making Sense of Cryptoeconomics

Josh Stark (@0xstark) is a member of Ledger Labs and Blockgeeks Lab, a blockchain co-creation company in Toronto, Canada. In this CoinDesk opinion piece, Stark argues that the term "cryptoeconomics" is widely misunderstood, despite being a crucial concept needed to understand and analyze the blockchain industry. A few months ago Parker Thompson, a well known Silicon Valley VC, tweeted that... Continue Reading →

Is it Possible to Attain a Permanent State of Well Being? Ask Dr. Jeffery A. Martin

How Can We Achieve Well Being? In this video, Dr. Jeffery Martin describes his research, beginning with neurophysiological measurements of individuals reputed to have attained a measure of spiritual enlightenment. He encountered over 200 related terms such as transcendental consciousness, god consciousness, and unity consciousness. His primary finding concerned changes that took place deep within... Continue Reading →

What can I do with Sofia’s Master’s in Computer Science and Master’s in Transpersonal Psychology with a Specialization in Computer Science?

At Sofia University, we offer both a Masters in Computer Science as well as a Masters in Transpersonal Psychology with a specialization in Computer Science. At first glance, you might not think psychology is even remotely related to computer science, but psychology is an essential component in creating technology as people are who create the computer... Continue Reading →

Transformative Tech Lab at Sofia University Bridges Psychology and Engineering to Create Conscious and Impactful Technology

The Transformative Technology Lab (TTL) and Sofia University are creating an impact factory for the development and commercialization of scalable technologies to increase human well-being. According to co-founders Dr. Jeffery A. Martin and Nichol Bradford, the lab incorporates an open-community approach toward research and development services, training, and go-to-market evaluations in the Transformative Technology space.... Continue Reading →

High Demand – Drone Aeronautics Program In Flight

April 23, 2016 Sofia University’s “Unmanned Aircraft Technology for Computer Scientists” class introduces computer science students to the foundations of aeronautics with an emphasis on unmanned aeronautics. Armed with this knowledge, computer science students will be able to effectively program unmanned aircraft, from small recreational models to large commercial models, with emphasis on aeronautical safety... Continue Reading →

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