Saturday, October 1, 2022

Society 5.0

Will 5G and Society 5.0 Mark a New Era in Human...

In their outstanding book, Wicked and Wise, Alan Watkins and Ken Wilber look at some of the most pressing ‘wicked problems’ facing the human...

Opportunity and Cybersecurity in the Age of 5G

The human will to innovate is seemingly relentless. The history of our species is one of continual development, with the last 350 years, in...

How 5G Will Transform Economy and Society

Since the dawn of the 21st Century, the ways in which people and organizations that use the Internet experience, perceive and act in the...

Importance of Privacy for Smart Cities and IoT

From The Jetsons to Blade Runner, to Back to the Future, to A.I. to The 5th Element, popular culture has long been fascinated by...

Technology Trends for 2019 – More Amazing Than Flying Cars

Technologies that could change the world have been a popular topic for the past half century. True, the predictions that everyone would drive flying...

Innovation in Canada – What’s Not Working and What Is

Canada’s rankings in innovation has lagged that of other peer nations for decades despite government efforts to address this issue. Considering its success in...

Getting Street Smart – The Inherent Privacy Risks of Smart Cities

Humans are moving to cities at an unprecedented rate. Today 55% of the world’s population lives in urban areas with that number expected to...

Is Open Living, Smart Living? – Future of Privacy in Smart...

In part one of this short series on smart cities and privacy, I looked at the driving forces and factors behind the development of...

A Smarter Privacy – The Future of Privacy in our Smart...

Part One: A Tale of Smart Cities There has been a lot of talk about 5G recently, and there is plenty more to come. The...

Whispering Buildings and Things That Listen to Us in the Night

How important privacy is for building smart cities and embracing the IoT In the 60s cartoon The Jetsons, the family lived in a futuristic city...