In five years time we (individuals and citizens) will be ‘paid’ for the data that we contribute into the digital economy – a prediction by Simon Torrance.
By 2020 there will be over 40 billion connected devices in the world and 77% of the value they generate will be VAS rather than in connectivity and hardware.
Pulling the plug is no longer possible; self-reproducing robots and the Robolounge – by Rolf Pfeifer
A window to the connections we will have in the future by Alan Horne
How does net neutrality turns out more than 50 years from now? By Eileen Healy
Marko Jagodic’s prediction on the future of information transportation.
Sensor revolution – predictions from Martin Geddes
Futurist, speaker, author, CEO of The Futures Agency and curator of the Leadership Summit at ITU Telecom World 2014, Gerd Leonhard presents his visions in a series of shows.
Chris Harrison an assistant professor at Carnegie Mellon University, in Pittsburgh, researches the future with existing technologies. He call this his “time-machine research”.
Predictions from the IEEE Spectrum on what they hope will be achieved in the coming 50 years.
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