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Interesting concept
Posted: 20 January 2011

I completely agree with this concept. Considering that the courts are entities that is dependent on the fact that people are honest in the statements and testimonies, this will bring a whole new dimension on the way people view our justice system. It will not only eliminate the lack of respect offenders have for the system but also combat corruption within the judicial system by exposing ...

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MindBullet logo IT'S THE END OF LYING - BUT IS IT REALLY TRUE?
Computer brain scans in courtrooms cause angry protests
Dateline: 20 December 2015
"Not guilty, your honour" has a new ring these days. Call it the ring of truth! Ever since sophisticated brain scanning techniques were accepted as legal process in courtrooms across the world, the very idea of lying to the court has become something of the past. Well, you can lie if you want to - but the scanner will detect it immediately, and apparently with 100% accuracy. But the new ...
IBM and cheeseburgers
Posted: 5 August 2010

I think it is indeed innovative to have a printer which is able to print cutlery and other forms of metals and plastics. My concern is how this technology will be accommodated by the human gene makeup which survives on certain aspects and food which are natural and cannot accommodate other materials such microfirbre or optical like burgers...any views and thoughts?

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MindBullet logo IBM EYE-EYE PAD DESTROYS THE ENTIRE VALUE CHAIN
From designer straight to desk-top manufacturing at the point of usage
Dateline: 17 June 2020
Over the past two decades we have become used to our consumer electronics being made in Asia. Even though there are ever-more disturbing reports of inhuman conditions in Asian factories, including the latest suicides and murders to cover up corrupt practices, companies such as Apple have had no alternative to producing in these low-wage economies. Yesterday, IBM announced its first venture ...
Availability
Posted: 20 May 2010 3 Comments

This is indeed an idea that is expected to materialise in the near future. Considering the fact that Avis has won the deal for the modified transformer, would the Skypod only be available for rental purposes and if not, what would the value of such an intervention be for the individual who may be interested. Who would be the primary manfuctures and what would a maintainance plan consist of?

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MindBullet logo RENT A FLYING CAR FROM AVIS
Computer piloted 'transformer' vehicles cleared for public use
Dateline: 2021
Ever since DARPA's 'Flying Hummer' known as the Transformer X made its debut, people have been champing at the bit to get a chance to use them for personal travel. They are the ideal vehicles to beat the traffic, but you can still fit them in the garage, or drive them to the mall. And the advanced auto-pilot takes off and lands automatically. But authorities have been reluctant to approve ...

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