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.
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?
Trust, consumers, data and tech giants. What’s the path forward? … More Tech Giants, Trust & Data: A Conundrum
One of the biggest concerns citizens and governments providing aid to developing nations, natural disaster hit zones and crisis situations have is the legitimate use of the donated funds. Corruption is a huge problem in international aid with some estimates arguing that less than 25% of every dollar donated actually gets used for its intended … More How Blockchain Could Improve Aid Delivery