Futurist Amelia Kallman discusses the common misconception about entry into the metaverse, the transition from a shared technology to a personal technology and which technology players we can expect to release VR headsets next.
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Futurist Matthew Griffin delivers an interesting talk all about the concept of working from anywhere and how a surgeon based in London can perform heart surgery to a patient in China through emerging technologies such as 5G and robotics.
Futurist Amelia Kallman shares all about the risks that emerging technologies bring, the responsibility we have to make the decisions today that will benefit us tomorrow, and how we can make emerging technology more sustainable.
Futurist Matthew Griffin explains the shift to algorithmic organisations and how the scope of AI is continuously growing. Matthew also shares the concerns linked with algorithmic organisations and the real life examples of this in practice.
We’re already living in sci-fi times, but are you prepared? Matt shares insights all about the future of computing and the staggering figures when you compare processing times of traditional super computers to quantum computers.
Matt shares some of the problems that businesses are facing, including the lack of data scientists and cyber security experts. He talks about his work with the UK education system to revamp the curriculum to ensure young people are prepared for the future and equipped with the necessary skills they’ll need.
Amelia discusses how gaming engines will run the future of the metaverse, how gaming will become the leading entertainment media in the world and that businesses will move from 2D websites to a 3D immersive gallery space.
Can you work from anywhere? Matt looks at hybrid working, the effect it has on company culture, how some companies are approaching the problem and how working within virtual reality can improve productivity.