We must be speed understanders not speed readers (Isaac Asimov)- short excerpt from my talk at GLS2015 #techvshuman
This is a short excerpt from my longer talk on ‘a new relationship of man and machine’ at the Global Leadership Summit / London Business School and http://gerd.fm/1HjlWg2 for the slides, podcasts and PDFs
This is a short summary version of my presentation at SONAE’s FINCO event in Lisbon, on October 27, 2014. More details, slides and images at my blog i.e. http://gerd.fm/1telcAJ Full-length audio-only version can be downloaded at http://gerd.fm/1AeFCPC A related interview is at http://youtu.be/9VDt8Kr1tgs
via ▶ Big Data and Weather Predictions: Don’t Get Caught in the Rain – YouTube. Interesting stats here but kinda full of the usual ‘big data hype’ as well:) And why would ‘getting caught out in the rain’ be a bad thing, by definition?
▶ New keynote video (in German language): Digitale Transformation: die wichtigsten Zukunftstrends: Futurist Redner Gerd Leonhard IICO2014 – YouTube
▶ DIGITALE TRANSFORMATION: Die wichtigsten Zukunftstrends: Futurist Redner Gerd Leonhard IICO2014 – YouTube. More details here. Thanks to IICO for making this available.
▶ Lawrence Lessig: We the People, and the Republic we must reclaim – YouTube. Larry really nails it again, in this Ted Talk: American politics is controlled by ‘the funders’ (approx. 143 people), and congress(wo)men spend up to 70% of their time fundraising. MUST WATCH.
Interesting video: The Internet of Everything: Relevant and Valuable Connections Will Change the World by Cisco
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bVNJfUOBzJE Dave Evans, Cisco’s Chief Futurist, describes how the Internet of Everything will change the world for the better by creating more relevant and valuable connections. Read his IofE blog: http://cs.co/9008pjm6. Subscribe to Cisco’s YouTube channel: http://cs.co/Subscribe.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wa3ZDEZj3P8 BBC documentary on ‘World Population’. It explains the problems humanity will face if the world population grows out of control.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oIVvLJAaRZE 3D printing could slash the carbon footprint of manufacturing and provide nifty solutions for a disaster-prone world.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AOEQ9GteWbg In the 1970s and 1980s, a generous spirit suffused the internet, whose users were few and far between. But today, the net is ubiquitous, connecting billions of people, machines and essential pieces of infrastructure — leaving us vulnerable to cyber-attack or meltdown. Internet pioneer Danny Hillis argues that the ...