20 Oct Why the next 20 years will see a lot less technological disruption than the past 20
In our firm, our clients are consistently asking for professionals that have been a part of disruptive technology deployment in their industries. This question becomes, how long can we expect technology disruption to be so prevalent across multiple industries.
Why the next 20 years will see a lot less technological disruption than the past 20
(Vox.com, October 3, 2013, Timothy B. Lee)
“The internet is still at the beginning of its beginning,” writes Wired co-founder and Silicon Valley guru Kevin Kelly in his new book The Inevitable. Kelly argues that adding machine intelligence to everyday objects – a process he calls “cognifying” – “would be hundreds of times more disruptive to our lives than the transformation gained by industrialization.”
Is he right?