The future of intelligence is infinite.
Computerized processing of texts will inevitably become the prime symbolic element for human language. But the philosophical acceptance of this inevitability is not the hard, deterministic type which scoffs at all human endeavor to interact with destiny. The determinism that resigns itself to any and every kind of present, flattening it out into a caused necessity, is as much a rejection of the human spirit as is the retreat into antiquarian nostalgia or the shallow euphoria of futuristic optimism about technology. Through discipline the human being counters shifts and moves with the flow of history--not simply accepting historical change but listening and responding to it. Discipline is itself the paradoxical identification of freedom with necessity, for through discipline a person feels like doing something only after the task has been imposed as something that has to be done. //M.Heim
The WNA's role is to support the global nuclear energy industry through:
"I am wholly in favour of the World Nuclear University.
We are at the point where there is no sensible alternative to nuclear power if we are to sustain civilization.
Obviously to replace the present use of fossil fuel with nuclear energy is a vast undertaking, and we will need a great number of engineers and scientists with the ability to lead. It is heartening to see the WNU inspiring and equipping young professionals around the world to fulfil that leadership role."
James Lovelock - author of the Gaia Theory and world leader in the development of environmental consciousness//WNU
Intelligent Energy is a leading clean power systems company with a vision of a cleaner future and the tools to help achieve it.
By providing the means, local solutions arose from local inventors. This, my friends, is one of the most promising aspects of programmable matter: when we can build anything, we can solve any problem. The programmable matter will provide the computational power and the physical forms that we can organize into tools to fix…well…everything.//aftermathnewsenotes