Blogging about the Future
Some very good comments and astute observations here! With Marie Barbe Girard, Fabrice Ebelboin, Johnny Hugill and Mathieu Nohet “Europe’s handing over its sovereignty to Silicon Valley and China. That stark warning this week from none other than Germany’s chancellor. The Information Age we live in means it is no longer about who makes steel […]
From the Swissquote event in Zurich yesterday; here is the PDF with my slides: The next 10 years: challenges and opportunities
by Ross Dawson https://rossdawson.com/blog/will-apples-ar-glasses-be-as-transformative-as-the-iphone/ Augmented reality indubitably has the potential to transform our interface with technology and information. Virtual reality can potentially take us into extraordinary realms, but always away from our everyday reality. Augmented reality (AR) can and will be woven into our everyday.
by John Sileo https://sileo.com/google-fitbit/ Spinning Wildly on the Hampster Wheel of the Surveillance Economy You’re heading to the gym for a workout when you decide to surprise your coworkers with a treat. You search for the nearest bagel shop on your Google Maps app. The
That was a really amazing event! We should have the video soon as well; for now, as promised, here is the PDF with my slides!
by Antoni Lacinai Can a robot be strong on empathy? The answer seems to be Yes! We tell ourselves that there are some areas where computers cannot be better than us. Human interaction, creativity and empathy are three of those areas. But is that really true? Let’s examine them: Anyone interested