VR could actually change human consciousness. Last year I was able to watch Chris Milk give this brilliant TED Talk in Vancouver. He showed the gathering a number of extraordinary early VR experiences including "The Wilderness Downtown," a music video for the band Arcade Fire.
Safer Internet Day is Tuesday, February 9th. To celebrate this important event, I want to do my part to move the conversation forward. Whose responsibility is it to keep kids safe online? My answer: It is everyone's.
These challenges will lead us to a future discussions on the utilization of natural language processing (NLP) for electronic healthcare data and statistical modeling to create the best methods for accurately identifying a true disease.
The social media world rarely stands still for long, and while 2015 was a big year for social platforms, 2016 might be even bigger. We're entering a new era of online access, mobile usability, and social interactions, and that's going to be reflected in the type, diversity, and utility of social apps in the near future.
If I were Marissa Mayer, I'd say/write the following to anyone who is in any way curious about Yahoo and its future. It's what I refer to as "assertive humility."
Future Super Bowls will be different, and you might find yourself right in the middle of a huddle, in the locker room before the game or next to the sports commentator. You'll also have access to all kinds of granular insights, like how fast a player ran down the field to the end zone.
Technology has already evolved to the point of being able to recording a very simple dream and projecting it on a computer screen, complete with your dream images, your dream conversations and your movements within the dream.
To prepare for that revolutionary leap, we need to draft software experts immediately who can leverage advances in cloud computing and machine learning while protecting patient privacy to start building open-source tools that will enable scientists to make major inroads on cancer.
Even the darkest corners of the Interweb have some (formerly) unwritten rules that could be the difference between a relatively peaceful existence or a complete dragging through social media.
Pretty much everyone is doing a whole lotta writing. Every single day. A small percentage of their work is brilliant. Some is good. And a whole lot is utter crap. But it's writing nonetheless, and we have technology, of all things, to thank
By now you've read 10 lists of the top 10 tech trends to watch for this year. Many touched on the focuses for investors and founders for the coming year. But what about the creatives and consumers?
By technologically devolving I have been able to increase productivity, reclaim those precious moments with my family while simultaneously becoming a better professional, husband and father.