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Digital Twins: where we are where we go – VII

ExtendedDigitalTwin An extended Digital Twin goes beyond the mirroring, shadowing and threading of its physical twin. It becomes active and extends the characteristics of its physical counterpart. In addition, it can take action on behalf of its physical counterpart, becoming a sort of avatar (since it can be seen as …

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Digital Twins: where we are where we go – III

Consensus is growing that the next decade will see the expansion of Digital Twins applications in many areas as well as their extension in capabilities. Let’s consider two examples related to new fields of application, one in healthcare that is in the process of applying Digital Twins to include humans …

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From Digital Reality to Reality – V

The reasoning I have followed has pointed so far to the evolution from a reality “out there” to a digital reality that is being created and that we can perceive in various ways using technology. Furthermore, as technology becomes more and more advanced, both in the creation and in the …

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From Digital Reality to Reality – IV

I pointed out how the Symbiotic Autonomous Systems Initiative foresees a seamless “adsorption” of the cyberspace –and of smart machines- in our perceived reality space. Actually, the Initiative foresees a convergence that results in a symbioses of humans and machines but if we look at this from our –human- standpoints …

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From Digital Reality to Reality – II

A parallel FDC IEEE Initiative, started at about the same time as Digital Reality, the focus was on the augmentation of machines that is happening at the same time as augmentation of humans (and I just finished a number of posts on that), the Symbiotic Autonomous Systems Initiative. Here the …

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