VR/AR, Blockchain, Bitcoin, Artificial Intelligence and The Internet of Things

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Future of Tech and Media: Waging a War for People’s Time

The war for tech supremacy is moving to newer technologies such as augmented reality and voice assistants, as giant internet companies grasp for an ever-fleeting portion of people’s time.

A Strategist’s Guide to Artificial Intelligence

AI is generating new approaches to business models, operations, and the deployment of people that are likely to fundamentally change the way business operates. And if it can transform an earthbound industry like agriculture, how long will it be before your company is affected?

Why the DOE Needs Blockchain to Secure the Grid

The grid edge is becoming too shaky to shield with traditional defenses.

What is Blockchain?

Here is an excellent video on what is Blockchain and how it works:

IMF Head Foresees the End of Banking and the Triumph of Cryptocurrency

It could displace central banks, conventional banking, and challenge the monopoly of national monies.

"Machine, Platform, Crowd: Harnessing Our Digital Future"

"A clear and crisply written account of machine intelligence, big data and the sharing economy. But McAfee and Brynjolfsson also wisely acknowledge the limitations of their futurology and avoid over-simplification." — John Thornhill, Financial Times

The blockchain is the internet of money

The ultimate goal is to facilitate paid work: "Anywhere there’s a phone, there’s a job. You just pick up a phone and whatever your skills, people will send you digital-currency-based jobs. You can click buttons and make money anywhere in the world."

Blockchain: Coming to a Smart Building Near You?

From energy management to billing, blockchain will eventually touch everything in buildings.

Brain-Machine Interface Isn’t Sci-Fi Anymore

The text on the screen is being generated not by his fingertips, but rather by the signals his brain is sending to his fingers. The armband is intercepting those signals, interpreting them correctly, and relaying the output to the computer, just as a keyboard would have.

AI Holds Promise of Improving Doctors’ Diagnoses

With artificial intelligence, machines can see what many humans may have missed. "The technology really does work."