Change is coming. The web is being consumed by apps. Search is becoming a victim of its own success. The Internet of things is upon us and in the distance quantum computing is clouding the horizon. These changes will mean a shift of wealth. New winners, new losers. New monetization methods. New uses of data and machine intelligence. Where will it take us? Where will this all end? Join Microsoft Distinguished Engineer James Whittaker for a presentation that begins 20 years in the past and ends 20 years in the future with insight into how society will work, if machines will take over and what’s left for humanity if they do. Video Rating: / 5
The future is here. In this talk, Jordan Duffy, a serial entrepreneur and technology innovation expert, explores how the internet of things is changing our lives in ways we don’t even recognise.
Jordan Duffy is a serial entrepreneur, technology innovation expert and, at the age of 21, co-owns Buckham & Duffy, an innovation and rapid development firm with 18 employees. Jordan’s passion for technology and business started at home assembling computers, and his entrepreneurial journey started at age 14 with business partner Alex Buckham. Alex and Jordan have been growing businesses for eight years. Business aside, Jordan is an avid self-educator and driven change maker. He has seen 15 countries, battled cancer and chronic pain, and played drums on the Great Wall of China in the 2008 Olympic Orchestra.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
To be held on 21 and 22 April 2014 at Singapore EXPO Convention & Exhibition Centre, the inaugural edition of IoT Asia is jointly organised by the Singapore Industrial Automation Association and the Singex Group. This event is the premier Asian platform for IoT turnkey solution providers and technology suppliers technologies. Spanning over 5,000 sqm, the dynamic trade exhibition will serve as a perfect opportunity for system integrators, app developers, and technology suppliers to engage with a potential population of 490,000 end businesses and 18,000 System Integrators and App Developers.
Visitors can also look forward to a stellar two-day, three-track conference programme catered to three specific interest groups: end businesses, practising & non-practising IoT solution providers, and government agencies looking to break into the Asian market.
Check out our website to know more about the event: http://www.internetofthingsasia.com/home