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IBM Offers its 2012 Forecast of Inventions that Will Change the World Within FIve Years
Posted: 17-Dec-2012 [Source: IBM]

[IBM's Chief Innovation Officer, Bernard Meyerson, predicts inventions that will change our lives in the coming era of cognitive technologies.]

By Bernard Meyerson (IBM) -- "One of the most intriguing aspects of this shift is our ability to give machines some of the capabilities of the right side of the human brain. New technologies make it possible for machines to mimic and augment the senses. Today, we see the beginnings of sensing machines in self-parking cars and biometric security‚Äďand the future is wide open. This year, we focused the IBM Next 5 in 5, our 2012 forecast of inventions that will change your world in the next five years, on how computers will mimic the senses:

Touch: You will be able to reach out and touch through your phone

Sight: A pixel will be worth a thousand words

Hearing: Computers will hear what matters

Taste: Digital taste buds will help you to eat healthier

Smell: Computers will have a sense of smell"

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