The Internet of You is about not connecting because we can – but connecting because we should, says Jawbone’s founder
Adaptive technologies are becoming responsive in nature then sharing those learnings within a networked ecosystem, creating enormous implications in the classroom and beyond
Internet-connected devices are sharing information to improve and personalize performance, all while expanding upon a collective knowledge base. Will your toaster get along with your new car?
Technology assists us with issues that it was programmed to solve, but how will our lives change when it can learn and act before we even ask?
For innovation to really explode, we may have to rethink traditional ways of protecting proprietary information. Is it time to leverage the latent opportunities hidden in open datasets?
Tech that asks not just what but why can begin to understand us across a wide range of situations that make up our lives and deliver tailored content personalized to time and place.
The days of a standard user experience are over, and there’s no need to adjust the settings
Sensors embedded within infrastructure and environment alike are lending a dynamic voice to the world we live in.
Sensors are changing how and where information is being gathered, creating novel information pools to tap into for better, more informed decision making.
If knowledge is power, then each sensor that comes online offers an increase in human potential and enhanced decision making.