Monthly Archives: September 2017

Why technology forecasting goes wrong

Lovely set of pieces in Slate on the Future of the Future. One article in particular caught my eye, which is an analysis of 81 technology articles and press releases going back to the 1990s in which things are said … Continue reading

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Stranger than fiction

And let’s not talk about the Amazon algorithm recommending certain ‘ingredients’ terrorists may have missed!

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Chinese translation of Digital Vs. Human

The only country, I believe, that’s translated every single one of my books is China.

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Getting a little Orwellian?

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Is the future female?

Discuss in not less than 200 words…

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Silver (and red, orange, green and yellow) Service

This is a first for me. PostIt notes and coloured pens delivered on a silver tray with a napkin. Then again, the workshop was at the Savoy Hotel. Bless them.

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Prediction of the month

In the future we will insure our memories

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