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.
A window to the connections we will have in the future by Alan Horne
Pulling the plug is no longer possible; self-reproducing robots and the Robolounge – by Rolf Pfeifer
Marko Jagodic’s prediction on the future of information transportation.
How does net neutrality turns out more than 50 years from now? By Eileen Healy
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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