This week we expand the digital mapping into a world that is completely digitised and available to everyone through augmented reality (AR). Welcome to the mirrorworld. A world where everything that exists in the real world has a full-size digital twin.Read More
Have you ever wondered how the cars are programmed to navigate their way around cities? They need maps, but not maps like Google maps or navigation assistants – they need detailed information on infrastructure.
This post explores crowdsourced digital mapping and the data privacy issues.
“Training is for dogs and babies”. Something I’ve been saying for decades – in fact, since the last century. This article reveals our traditional reward and motivation systems are fundamentally flawed. An important read for all L&D practitioners, intranet strategists, gamification designers and performance management strategies.Read More
The Deloitte Tech Trends report has been released – their 10th in this series.Read More
Last week I wrote about flying taxis – this week I’m including a prototype model from Bell unveiled at CES in Las Vegas.Read More
Sans Forgetica – a new font designed to make you remember what you read.Read More
It’s time to talk about robot gender stereotypes.Read More
Whoopi shares her thoughts on dogs being used to detect malaria and their potential replacement by bio-electronic noses.Read More
The issue of bias is widely recognised when discussing artificial intelligence (AI) and algorithms. But now we have intentional bias – deliberately using algorithms to create bias.Read More
Friday Fave: Blockchain – Reaping the benefits or going cold? Why has the Australian government decided to disregard the use of blockchain – for now?Read More