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Post-Pandemic Scenarios – VI

New Realities As technology progresses the world of bits and the world of atoms fade into a single reality. However, this reality will be dependent on the mediation devices that will be used, both hardware and software devices. The rooting of reality into the devices used to capture it is …

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Post-Pandemic Scenarios – V

The third area of Tech Trends in the FTI’s report is about the changing landscape of reality: New Reality -augmented, diminished, mixed, virtual Synthetic Reality/Media News and Information Summary Notice that none of these are “new” in the sense that they are not available today or were not present in …

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Post-Pandemic Scenarios – IV

Scoring This post happens on April 1st and to many of us, imbibed in the Western culture, it might seem an April prank. How could you possible think about a codified social monitoring leading to an appraisal of individual behaviour AND sharing this appraisal to everybody in your social circles …

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Post-Pandemic Scenarios – III

The pervasiveness of Digital Signature The second scenario presented in the FTI’s report is focussing on Scoring and Recognition. It is interesting to notice that the very first line of this scenario states: Anonymity is dead Indeed, in spite of all the talks about privacy, the reality is that each …

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Post-Pandemic Scenarios – II

The first topic addressed in the Future Today Institutes’s report is Artificial Intelligence and I concur in their choice: AI is bound to be the underlying force that will shape this decade and will change the landscape in the next one: autonomous vehicles personalised  and contextualised web-spaces aka Spatial Web …

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Post-Pandemic Scenarios – I

The Future Today Institute has just released its annual analyses of macro trends. This year it is a special release in that the pandemic has created a disruption in our lives and in business. So it is particularly interesting to take a look at their analyses and foresight. As shown …

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