Sharry Edwards has the ability to provide an extraordinary glimpse into the medicine of the future through the use of Vocal Profiling and individuated Sound Presentation. Her curiosity and her need to make a difference in the world led her to develop a scientific format for computational biology via the sounds of the human voice. Sharry calls this new field of discovery Sonistry. Just as there is a system of basic elements that we call, chemistry, there is a basic set of sound frequencies that can monitor, predict and manage biological function. String theory found a basis for the existence of our DNA blueprint; Sonistry deals with the frequency signals that manage RNA.
Sharry is the acknowledged pioneer and recognized leader of the emerging field of Human BioAcoustic Vocal Profiling. Her work has been the subject of several documentaries and she is the recipient of the Scientist of the year award by the New Frontiers of Science. She is a faculty emeritus of the Capital University of Integrative Medicine. Her work appears in many books and publications.
Writer Richard Dooling discussed his research on the future of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the prospect of computers becoming as intelligent or more intelligent than humans.With Moore's Law pointing towards the doubling of computer chip capacity every 18 months, the computational abilities of the human brain could be reached by a computer as early as 2015, he suggested. The Turing test could be used to determine when we'll know if computers can actually think or mimic thought. There's been nothing like the development of AI in the history of the human race, said Dooling, who added that eventually AI may start writing its own programs, and he is pessimistic that we'll be able to control them.Right now, there's a billion computers on the planet, all hooked together via the Internet-- "that is a potential intelligence that could absorb us without us even realizing it," similar to the portrayal in The Matrix, Dooling commented. Along with advancements in nanotechnology, ... More »Host: George Noory
A pioneer in the emerging field of Human BioAcoustics, Sharry Edwards discussed her computer voice analysis system that allows her to evaluate a person's intent and health. ... More »Host: George Noory