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Titre(s) : Is the universe a hologram? [Texte imprimé] : scientists answer the most provocative questions / [edited by] Adolfo Plasencia ; foreword by Tim O'Reilly

Publication : . - Cambridge : MIT press, copyright 2017

Description matérielle : 1 vol. (XXVIII-404 p.) : ill. ; 24 cm

Note(s) : Notes bibliogr.
Conversations with scientists, conducted by a veteran science writer, addressing such issues as intelligence, consciousness, global warming, energy, changing the past, and even the philosophical curveball, "Is the universe a hologram?"


Autre(s) auteur(s) : Plasencia, Adolfo. Éditeur scientifique  Voir les notices liées en tant qu'auteur


Sujet(s) : Sciences  Voir les notices liées en tant que sujet

Genre ou forme : Miscellanées

Indice(s) Dewey : 500 (23e éd.)  Voir les notices liées en tant que sujet


Numéros : ISBN 9780262036016. - ISBN 0262036010 (rel.)

Notice n° :  FRBNF45487089 (notice reprise d'un réservoir extérieur)



Table des matières : Foreword / / by Tim O'Reilly ; ; How this book came about -- ; Powerful ideas dealt with in the book -- ; I.. The physical world. ; Quantum physics takes free will into account / / Ignacio Cirac ; ; Unifying particle physics with the cosmology of the primordial universe / / José Bernabéu ; ; For exoplanets, anything is possible / / Sara Seager ; ; From Casimir forces to black-body radiation : quantum and thermal fluctuations / / Alejandro W. Rodriguez ; ; The challenge of climate change / / Mario J. Molina ; ; Graphene and its "family" : the finest materials ever to exist / / Pablo Jarillo-Herrero ; ; The laws of thermodynamics tell you what is and what is not possible / / Avelina Corma ; ; Wisdom hewn in ancient stones / / John Ochsendorf ; ; Galileo programme : planning uncertainty and imagining the possible and the impossible / / Javier Benedicto ; ; Looking forward in architecture by looking back / / Yung Ho Chang ; ; The seamless coupling of bits and atoms / / Hiroshi Ishii.
II.. Information. ; Convergence culture : where old and new media collide / / Henry Jenkins ; ; The logic of physics versus the logic of computer science / / Bebo White ; ; The pillars of MIT : innovation, radical meritocracy, and open knowledge / / Hal Abelson ; ; We need algorithms that can make explicit what is implicit / / Bernardo Cuenca Grau ; ; The emergence of a nonbiological intelligence / / Michail Bietsas ; ; Remembering our future : the frontier of search technologies / / Ricardo Baeza-Yates ; ; The challenge of the open dissemination of knowledge, distributed intelligence, and information technology / / Anne Margulies ; ; Technology is something to make the world a better place / / Tim O'Reilly ; ; Encryption as a human right / / David Casacuberta ; ; Order in cyberspace can only be maintained with a combination of ethics and technology / / John Perry Barlow ; ; The free software paradigm and the hacker ethic / / Richard Stallman.
III.. Intelligence. ; "Affective computing" is not an oxymoron / / Rosalind W. Picard ; ; Mind, brain, and behavior / / Alvaro Pascual-Leone ; ; MIT collaborative innovation : it takes>2 to tango / / Israel Ruiz ; ; Mind over matter : brain-machine interfaces / / Jose M. Carmena ; ; We want robots to see and understand the world / / Antonio Torralba ; ; Between caves : from Plato to the brain through the Internet / / Javier Echeverria ; ; There will be no end of work / / Paul Osterman ; ; A smart mob is not necessarily a wise mob / / Howard Rheingold ; ; Measuring the intelligence of everything / / José Hernández-Orallo ; ; Touching the soul of Michelangelo / / Gianluigi Colalucci ; ; IV.. Epilogue. ; Geometry of a multidimensional universe : weightless art and the painting of the void / / José María Yturralde.

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