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Technology

What Happened? - Automation

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Please see below selected recent intelligence about the ongoing and accelerating automation of work .

June 2016

 

  • Asking "what’s the future of the workplace?", an MIT professor predicted that new technologies will enable more decentralised decision making and ultimately more freedom in business.

 

 

 

IBM Insights

Please see below selected recent external intelligence about IBM.

 

June 2016

 

 

 

 

 

On the Singularity Halcyon In Kal… 25 April 2016

Many are imagining, some even planning for, the coming of the "singularity". Some are for, some against, many others sceptical that it could ever arrive.

Ray Kurzweil, who inter alia works on Google's machine learning project, predicts that by 2029, humans will be extending their lives considerably or even indefinitely. He also believes the human brain could be enhanced by tiny robotic implants that connect to cloud-based computer networks to give us 'God-like' abilities.

On Craft

The Tinkering School allows children to build, experiment, become deeply immersed in and committed to projects (decoration has a special and surprising role to play).

Do many mainstream schools (still) offer such opportunities? If not, how can we help them do so?

Imagine too how many adults remain short of confidence about their own practical skills, and how such an approach might help them too.

On Innovation in Business

Please see below selected recent intelligence about innovation. Please contact Dominic Kelleher with any questions.  

 

June 2015