The evening of September 8 saw a successful book launch of Gerd Leonhard‘s latest publication “Technology vs. Humanity” at the CASS Business School in Central London. After a cordial welcome by Fast Future Publishing, Gerd Leonhard introduced his book to the audience and press, followed
Archive for September, 2016
At Mercedes Benz’ media event “Mercedes Benz Vans Innovation Campus” yesterday in Stuttgart, Gerd Leonhard’s keynote was streamed live (first half of the clip). The keynote’s topic form part of Gerd Lenhard’s latest book “Technology vs. Humanity“: “Embrace technology but don’t become it. Radical human
“Too many people assume that every technological innovation produces profits and social benefits.” writes Ben Schiller of Fast Company in his article published a few days ago on Co.Exist that is based on an interview with Gerd Leonhard about his new book “Technology vs. Humanity“.
“Taxi drivers have spent the last few years begging local governments around the world to put an end to the threat of unregulated ridesharing.” Jason Koebler wrote an alarming article about robot taxis a few weeks ago on Motherboard. “We all know that sooner or later, human
“The world wide cage” is Nicholas Carr’s original title to his essay published on aeon last week. Quote: “The greatest of the United States’ homegrown religions – greater than Jehovah’s Witnesses, greater than the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, greater even than Scientology –
Think Siri, Cortana, Alexa, et al. Data Journalist Felix Richter shows in his chart on Statista, published 26 August 2016, a forecast of an increasing number of virtual digital assistants. He writes: “According to market research firm Tractica, the use of virtual digital assistants (VDAs) is going to increase