Until the last two decades, information technologies had most of their impact within the halls of corporations and governments. Then of course, along came the world wide web, the internet. Quick on its heels cam social media. Smartphones and wireless data and pervasive WiFi took things to a whole new level. Suddenly, we’ve become cyborgs. … More We need new ground rules for information technologies.
The tragedy of the commons cannot be avoided….why? … More The Common Tragedy of All Social Networks
A man in Ontario gets angry when the service technician at the car dealership disables his two dash cams. He’s angry because he can’t tell what they may have done to damage his car during service. The news media cover it. People comment. Then there’s the seemingly endless stream of stories from people about how … More Systems of Distrust: can technology rebuild trust in human systems?
Can the DWeb thrive and offer consumers new opportunities? Perhaps. … More Will The DWeb Take Off & Thrive?
Humans are lazy, but we need a data freedom technology. … More Laziness, personal data and technology
What are the implications, risks and challenges of AI and Blockchain? … More Invisible Technologies & Their Implications
In digital transformations the role of culture and ritual can help in success. … More Ritual, Culture and Trust in Digital Transformation
Trust, consumers, data and tech giants. What’s the path forward? … More Tech Giants, Trust & Data: A Conundrum