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James Burke The Knowledge Web.

 

James Burke M.A. (Oxon)

James Burke in 2007
Born
22 December 1936 (age 81)
DerryNorthern Ireland

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Brad Redderson

CEO of Stranova.  Innovation Catalyst, Strategic Planner, Technology Integrator; Author and Public Speaker on Technology & Innovation; Creative Wonk
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James Burkes Knowledge Web, Brain interface.

“Distant Voices” suggests that telecommunications exist because Normans had stirrups for horse riding which in turn led them to further advancements in warfare. Deep mine shafts flooded and scientists in search of a solution examined vacuums, air pressure, and other natural phenomena.





                         Jose Ortega Y Gassett, The Revolt Of The Masses

Prefatory note 

IN my book Espana Invertebrada, published in 1922, in an article in El Sol entitled “Masas” (1926), and in two lectures given to the Association of Friends of Art in Buenos Aires (1928), I have treated the subject developed in the present essay. My purpose now is to collect and complete what I have already said, so as to produce an organic doctrine concerning the most important fact of our time.

 

p.79.
The specialist serves as a striking concrete example of the species, making clear to us the radical nature of the novelty. For, previously, men could be divided simply into the learned and the ignorant, those more or less the one, and those more or less the other. But your specialist cannot be brought in under either of these two categories. He is not learned, for he is formally ignorant of all that does not enter into his speciality; but neither is he ignorant, because he is “a scientist,” and “knows” very well his own tiny portion of the universe. We shall have to say that he is a learned ignoramus, which is a very serious matter, as it implies that he is a person who is ignorant, not in the fashion of the ignorant man, but with a petulance of one who is learned in his own special line. And such in fact is the behaviour of the specialist. In politics, in art, in social usages, in the other sciences, he will adopt the attitude of primitive, ignorant man; but he will adopt them forcefully and with self-sufficiency, and will not admit of this is the paradox, specialists in those matters. By specialising him, civilisation has made him hermetic and self-satisfied within his limitations; but this very inner feeling of dominance and worth will induce him to wish to predominate outside his speciality. The result is that even in this case, representing a maximum of qualification in man specialisation- and therefore the thing most opposed to the mass man, the result is that he will behave in almost all spheres of life as does the unqualified, the mass-man.

What will life be like in the year 2100? James Burke predicts

In 1973, the Radio Times asked BBC science presenter James Burke to predict the future.
He got a lot right, foreseeing the proliferation of the computer in offices, schools and homes.
Forty years on, BBC News asked him to predict the future again.
He paints a world 80 to 100 years from now, in which the proliferation of 3D nanofabricators mean poverty and scarcity have become things of the past.
Video journalist: Neil Bowdler

James Burke Connections, Whole Series on Web Archive, Knowledge Dock and the Brain. Consciousness over Corporations! #WEB3. 

I have checked in from time to time to see how the Knowledge dock, James Burkes “Connections” Deep Learning application, (Its a sort of deep Learning AI for consciousness, not Corporations) is progressing. The Consciousness over Corporations preference? That is what I think the problem is with it, from a funding point of view, it honours consciousness and not Corporations.
The Stalled Kickstarter Campaign.

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28 thoughts on “James Burke Interviewed by Brad Redderson for Stranova in 2006. Knowledge Web, The Brain, Web 3. Connections

  1. rogerglewis says:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f95GOhnc-8A&t=652s

    the difference
    08:31
    between the Internet and the web very
    08:33
    interesting and he’s saying hey can we
    08:35
    talk a little bit more about kind of
    08:38
    your distinction between my
    08:39
    understanding Atlanta
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    the internet is advanced ocean of
    08:45
    point-to-point connections which are
    08:49
    established by specific methods each
    08:56
    internet address has a number and when a
    09:01
    request is made that number is sent by
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    me the request is made for specific
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    addressed sent is an alphabetical to the
    09:09
    domain name server which finds the
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    number of the address to send it to the
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    message is then sent through a plurality
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    of channels until it reaches the
    09:18
    destination then a two-way channel is
    09:22
    established that is the internet and the
    09:24
    two-way channel uses tcp/ip which is the
    09:27
    protocol stack created by Vint Cerf and
    09:33
    Bob Kahn so that’s the Internet the
    09:38
    internet is a vast ocean of
    09:40
    cross-connected stuff the web is a
    09:44
    specific set of conventions for sending
    09:47
    columns of text which originally could
    09:53
    reformat so you can made it bigger and
    09:55
    then that the text would get bigger and
    09:56
    again and it would chatter down the
    09:58
    lines now the convention the web’s
    10:00
    the web has a system of conventions and
    10:02
    people put in hard carriage returns so
    10:05
    if you enlarge something you can’t see
    10:08
    the whole line and they put in all this
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    white space and it’s a form of it’s a
    10:13
    it’s a system of conventions for stuff
    10:18
    and and so the web is entirely separate
    10:21
    the if you think of the Internet as an
    10:23
    ocean then the web is folks that float
    10:25
    on the ocean

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