Archive for November, 2015

LHBS Uncomfortable Talk with Neil Perkin – Agile Planning

Neil is the founder of Only Dead Fish, a digital and media consultancy that specializes in applying strategic understanding of social and emerging media technologies to help businesses innovate, become more agile, and optimize their effectiveness within the new, networked communications environment. He is also

The Deep Learning Gold Rush of 2015

Terrific and to the point overview of the major technological innovations we have witnessed in Silicon Valley in the last few decades by Tomasz Malisiewicz: an Entrepreneur, Scientist, and Co-Founder of vision.ai, previously a Postdoctoral Scholar at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, and obtained a PhD

A new relationship of man and machine

Thanks to London Business School and the Global Leadership Summit for making this available. You can watch the entire session, including Rohit Talwar and Gray Scott, and the discussion at https://gerd.fm/1e4Nzhx (LBS site). My slides are on my blog at  https://gerd.fm/1HjlWg2 The topic: What if robots replaced the

How to stop the money monoculture by Kickstarter CEO and cofounder Yancey Strickler

Technology has been disrupting many business sectors over the last years (think of Music, Telecom, Publishing) and will keep disrupting many other area’s (Energy, Transport, Health, Education, …). Technology and the Internet have made information more transparent with more information available than ever before, for people

Will Technology Make Human Memory Obsolete?

Will Technology Make Human Memory Obsolete? Yet the real question is: How far will the externalization of our memory go? Quick question for urban citizens who own a car: How do you remember where you parked you car the night before? You could memorize the street name

Cyborgs could be beginning of the end – BBC Click

Futurist Gerd Leonhard has issued a warning against an increasingly connected and online society. He says that the threat to security will only increase as devices become more connected through the ‘internet of things’. He also told BBC Click about the risks that could develop

Google introduces Tensorflow, the Android of Artificial Intelligence

On November 2007, Google laid the groundwork to dominate the mobile market by releasing Android, an open ­source operating system for phones. Eight years later to the month, Android has an an 80 percent market share, and Google is using the same trick—this time with