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Total recall : how the E-memory revolution will change everything

Author: C Gordon Bell; Jim Gemmell
Publisher: New York : Dutton, ©2009.
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Total Recall provides a glimpse of the near future. Imagine heart monitors woven into your clothes and tiny wearable audio and visual recorders automatically capturing what you see and hear. Imagine being able to summon up the e-memories of your great grandfather and his avatar giving you advice about whether or not to go to college, accept that job offer, or get married. The range of potential insights is truly  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: C Gordon Bell; Jim Gemmell
ISBN: 9780525951346 0525951342
OCLC Number: 317068136
Description: xiii, 288 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: The vision --
Mylifebits --
The meeting of E-memory and bio-memory --
Work --
Health --
Learning --
Everyday life and afterlife --
Living through the revolution --
Getting started --
The future.
Other Titles: How the E-memory revolution will change everything
Responsibility: Gordon Bell and Jim Gemmell ; foreword by Bill Gates.

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Total Recall provides a glimpse of the near future. Imagine heart monitors woven into your clothes and tiny wearable audio and visual recorders automatically capturing what you see and hear. Imagine being able to summon up the e-memories of your great grandfather and his avatar giving you advice about whether or not to go to college, accept that job offer, or get married. The range of potential insights is truly awesome. But Bell and Gemmell also show how you can begin to take better advantage of this new technology right now. From how to navigate the serious question of privacy and serious problem of application compatibility to what kind of startups Bell is willing to invest in and which scanner he prefers, this is a book about a turning point in human knowledge as well as an immediate practical guide.-- Publisher description.

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