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Published on September 9, 2015

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2. I collated this ‘library of links’ during 2014 and 2015 as part of a research project into the future of communications. It covers many of the key trends in technology, business and society today. I very much hope you find it of interest and value. Martin Geddes
 Page ! © Martin Geddes Consulting Ltd 20152

3. Contents General technology trends 4................................................................................................... Futurism Videos 4................................................................................................................... Books worth reading 5............................................................................................................ Mass personalisation 5............................................................................................................ Inclusive and accessible design 6............................................................................................. Data-driven decision making 6................................................................................................ Generational change 6............................................................................................................ Portfolio careers 7................................................................................................................... Virtual workplace solution 7.................................................................................................... Privacy 7................................................................................................................................. Resurgence in voice 9.............................................................................................................. On-the-go communications 10............................................................................................... Future of email 10................................................................................................................... Virtual reality 10..................................................................................................................... Gaming and gamification 11................................................................................................... Sensor revolution 11............................................................................................................... Sensual interfaces 12............................................................................................................... Soundscaping 12..................................................................................................................... Wearables 12.......................................................................................................................... Social robotics 14.................................................................................................................... Sentiment analysis 14.............................................................................................................. Anticipatory computing 14..................................................................................................... Virtual assistants 15................................................................................................................ Wireless and mobility 16......................................................................................................... Distributed trust systems 16................................................................................................... Batteries and power 16............................................................................................................ ‘Glomad’ workers 17............................................................................................................... Home teleworking 17.............................................................................................................. Data destruction 17................................................................................................................ Cybermeetings 17................................................................................................................... Security as a service 17............................................................................................................ Human productivity 18........................................................................................................... Simplified security 18.............................................................................................................. Page ! © Martin Geddes Consulting Ltd 20153

4. General technology trends One in three jobs will be taken by software or robots by 2025 – ComputerWorld Connections: Looking to the future of business communications – ComputerWorld Future of Work – Frog Design Visit to the World's Fair of 2014 – New York Times 10 Breakthrough Innovations That Will Shape The World In 2025 – Fast Company Many of the biggest tech tenants in SF are companies that didn't exist 10 years ago
 – The Information Everything From This 1991 Radio Shack Ad You Can Now Do With Your Phone – Huffington Post In 100 Years: Leading Economists Predict the Future – MIT Press The tech utopia nobody wants: why the world nerds are creating will be awful – The Guardian The UK Ministry of Defence Says Life in 2045 Will Be Unequal and Violent - Vice The World is in Beta – PwC A History of Books that Forecast the Future – Printer Inks Botageddon – Global Guerillas The Fifth and Sixth Discontinuity – kk.org Future Work Skills 2020 – Institute for the Future 2026 and All That – Flip Chart Fairy Tales The Future of Work – A journey to 2022 – PwC Computers will be like humans by 2029: Google's Ray Kurzweil – CNBC Frameworks for Understanding the Future of Work – danah boyd Researchers reveal their predictions for life in 2025 – Mail Online Quantum Computing Is About To Be The Biggest Breakthrough Of The Century
 – Business Insider Gartner's Predictions Of New Trends – Broadstuff Could a big data-crunching machine be your boss one day? – BBC Disruption is the Future of Work: The All Consuming Employee – Servant of Chaos With New Updates, Evernote Aims to Rethink Work Itself – ReCode 'Digital twins' will make decisions for us – and even console loved ones after we die by 2020, futurist claims – Mail Online Learning to learn about futures thinking – Edge Ryders This Is What It Will Look Like When Robots Take All Our Jobs – New Republic Civil Rights, Big Data, and Our Algorithmic Future  – Robinson + Yu ‘Robot Overlords’ Job-Stealing Exaggerated: Jackson Hole Paper  – Bloomberg America, say goodbye to the Era of Big Work – LA Times AI, Robotics, and the Future of Jobs – Pew Research Futurism Videos The birth of a word – TED The Beaming Project – Advanced Virtuality Smartwatches could be a perfect home for augmented reality –The Next Web Netwars – (eponymous) Flashback: What we said about mobile phones in 1983 – CBS News Mariana Mazzucato – TED Page ! © Martin Geddes Consulting Ltd 20154

5. Got a meeting? Take a walk – Nilofer Merchant Self-Driving Car Test  – Steve Mahan A new way to stop identity theft –TED Juan Enriquez: The next species of human – Juan Enriquez 6 ways mushrooms can save the world – TED The thrilling potential of SixthSense technology – TED Where’s Google going next? – TED Radical Openness by Jason Silva – TED Global Government — investor, risk-taker, innovator – TED Microsoft Smart Home – Microsoft The LSD-Inspired, Oculus Rift Game 'SoundSelf' – Kotaku WebRTC enabled remote control of Lego Mindstorm robots via OpenMTC. – Tsahi Levent-levi The Visual Microphone: Passive Recovery of Sound from Video –Abe Davis et al The Future of Gesture Control -- Introducing Myo: Thalmic Labs – TEDxToronto Pointing to the future of UI –TED InterDigital Vision 2020 – GigaOm Eric Schmidt, Chairman, Google – The Interconnected, Improving World – YouTube GE: The boy who beeps – Ads of the World Watch Old People Freak Out Trying Oculus Rift For the First Time – Gizmodo Books worth reading Social: Why Our Brains Are Wired to Connect – Matthew D. Lieberman The Domesticated Brain – Bruce Hood The Self Illusion: How the Social Brain Creates Identity – Bruce Hood The New Digital Age – Eric Schmidt & Jared Cohen Virtual Leadership –Ghislaine Caulat Telephone Conversation –Robert Hopper Why We Don't Talk To Each Other Anymore: The De-Voicing of Society –  John Locke Voice User Interface Design – Michael H. Cohen, James P. Giangola, Jennifer Balogh Architecture from the Outside -Elizabeth Grosz The Substance of Style – Virginia Postrel Memory Machines: The Evolution of Hypertext – Belinda Barnet Tempo: timing, tactics and strategy in narrative-driven decision-making –Venkatesh Rao For The Win How Game Thinking Can Revolutionize Your Business
 – Kevin Werbach and Dan Hunter Spinning Threads of Radical Aliveness: Transcending the Legacy of Separation in Our Individual Lives – Miki Kashtan Superintelligence: Paths, Dangers, Strategies – Nick Bostrom Mass personalisation Do we really need to learn to code? – New Yorker The 427 Nest recipes on @ifttt are a fascinating look at the future of interaction and –  automation with smart homes – IFTTT Corrupt Personalization – Social Media Collective Page ! © Martin Geddes Consulting Ltd 20155

6. Will WebRTC Fragment or Consolidate Voice Calling? – BlogGeek.me Inclusive and accessible design Squawk no more: Dolby, British Telecom aim to improve conference call audio quality
 – PC World SK Telecom Tests WebRTC for the Blind – Light Reading Stanford Initiative to Cure Hearing Loss – Stanford Speed reading software to revolutionise the way we read news – World News Publishing Focus New Speech Device Aims to Help Parkinson's Patients – Inside Indiana Business Microsoft R&D produces real-time translation for Skype – Hanley Wood Marketing Skype Translator: Breaking down language barriers – YouTube The Development And Critique Of The Social Model Of Disability" – University college London The vOICe for Android – Seeing With Sound A Historical Perspective of Speech Recognition – ACM 5in5 Hearing: IBM Research Is Poised to Give Caretakers Insight Into the Sounds Babies Make
 – IBM Systems Magazine Global Public Inclusive Infrastructure – GPII Memory Apps For Dementia – MAFD In Touch: Blindness and bereavement – BBC A Brain-Computer Interface for Speech | MIT Technology Review – Emergent Futures These 7 Assistive Technology Users Will Leave Your Mind Blown! – Think Inclusive Data-driven decision making Data pioneers watching us work – Financial Times Work 2.0: A Web-connected sticky note that bosses you around – Wired Why Big Data Isn’t Enough: Tomorrow’s Technology Will Be Built Around Workflows –Wired Microsoft acquires Capptain, a mobile analytics and push notification startup – The Next Web Generational change Internet Users by Region  – ITU African Mobile broadband growth doubling each year, with three-quarters of all connections to be 3G/4G by 2020 – Buddeblog Millennials Are Prime Offenders in Bring Your Own Devices Trend – Recode China’s digital transformation – McKinsey Why a deep-learning genius left Google & joined Chinese tech shop Baidu – Venturebeat Global Demographic Trends and their Implications for Employment – Rand How Will Changing Demographics in the U.S. Influence Business in the Coming Decade? – WSJ Teens Fact Sheet – Pew Research The Changing Demographics of America – Smithsonian Three Reasons You Need To Adopt A Millennial Mindset Regardless Of Your Age – Forbes Millennials Set to Radically Change Customer Service – Aspect Teenagers have never been a smaller portion of our population – Washington Post Why Millennials Don't Want To Buy Stuff – Fast Company Millennials leaving government over lack of innovation, study finds – Federal News Radio Page ! © Martin Geddes Consulting Ltd 20156

7. How Millennials, Gen Xers and Boomers Can Work Together – Inc 2 dozen millennials explain why they're obsessed with Snapchat and how they use it
 – Business Insider Millennials are ditching traditional television faster than ever – Independent Forget Millennials. Gen Xers Are the Future of Work – Time Gender vs. Generational Divide Tops Findings From The Social Consumer Study
 – Leader Networks This Is How Millennials Want to Be Managed  – Entrepreneur Portfolio careers More than two in five new jobs created since mod-2010 have been self-employed
 – Trades Union Congress Self-employment in the UK at highest level since records began – The Guardian Virtual workplace solution The five forces shaping the future of the workplace landscape – The Guardian 4 Trends That Will Change the Way We Work – Business News Daily The Future Of Education Eliminates The Classroom, Because The World Is Your Class
 – Fast Company Privacy IBM Research – Homomorphic encryption – IBM Privacy can be lucrative – Silent Circle just pulled in $30M in funding – GigaOm DP5: A Private Presence Service – University of Waterloo Raspberry Pi for Speech Encryption – Tearcomm How Yik Yak Keeps Its Anonymity App From Ruining People’s Lives – Wired Sensory Introduces Combined Voice and Vision Biometric Authentication for Mobile Phones, Tablets and PCs – Yahoo Finance CERN Scientists Launch Encrypted Email Service With a Difference – Coindesk The Web never forgets: Persistent tracking mechanisms in the wild – KU Leuven t.co bypass for Greasemonkey & Chrome – Github Flock, Private Contact and Calendar Cloud Sync – Whisper Systems New app brings free encrypted voice calling to your iPhone – Yahoo News The "NSA-proof" ProtonMail is getting a mobile app – Forbes Maciej Cegłowski talk – Idle Words The App That Lets You Spy on Yourself and Sell Your Own Data – Wired You’ve Been Doing It Wrong. Privacy Is Part of User Experience – Wired Verizon's offer: Let us track you, get free stuff – CNN It’s complicated: Why we need a new etiquette for handling what’s private and what’s public
 – GigaOm ISPs take GCHQ to court in UK over mass surveillance – The Guardian The Right to Remember: A Speculative Community Informatics approach to “the Right to Be Forgotten” – Michael Gurstein With Big Data Comes Big Responsibility – ZDNet U.S. search warrant can acquire foreign cloud, email data, judge rules – ZDNet Page ! © Martin Geddes Consulting Ltd 20157

8. The Age of ‘Infopolitics’ – Opinionator Transparency and the EU's New "Right to Be Forgotten – Chilling Effects Privacy by design – PbD Skype: The wiretap-friendly communication tool that started out with great intentions
 – Silent Circle NSA man says agency can track you through POWER LINES – The Register The airborne panopticon: How plane-mounted cameras watch entire cities – ArsTechnica The ultimate goal of the NSA is total population control – The Guardian The troubling truth about U.S. email encryption laws – Daily Dot Snowden wants YOU – yes, YOU – to build spy-busting tech – The Register Anti-Surveillance Camouflage for Your Face – The Atlantic Children’s strategies of negotiation and resistance to parental surveillance via mobile phones
 – Queen’s University The magic of the camera in reestablishing civil/ethical behavior – Facebook Noticing more – using lifelogging wearables in personal and social understanding
 – Acuity Design People are finally worrying about online privacy—and tech firms are already cashing in – QZ ‘Unhackable’: Russian firm develops totally surveillance-proof smartphone – We Are Change Intellectual privacy vital to life in the digital age –Phys.org Facebook signs users up to privacy policy that allows it to track you everywhere on the internet – Independent Dragnet Nation: A Quest for Privacy, Security, and Freedom in a World of Relentless Surveillance – Julia Angwin Wearables open new avenues for security and privacy invasions – ZDNet FTC Recommends Limits on Data Collection Via Internet of Things – WSJ Ready for What’s Next? Envision a Future Where Your Personal Information Is Digital Currency – Wired Welcome To The Matrix: Enslaved By Technology And The Internet Of Things
 – Western Journalism 22% of Americans Have Closed An Account Due to Data Privacy Concerns – Juntae Delane Hidden devices scrutinize employees – Mercury News "Big Data Ethics" Sound Great, But They Won't Stop The NSA—Or Facebook – Read Write Web Why data privacy will become a competitive differentiator – Fortune Public Perceptions of Privacy and Security in the Post-Snowden Era – Pew Research The Arab Spring of Privacy Is Upon Us – Wired The Online Identity Crisis – Wired Where’ve you been? Your smartphone’s Wi-Fi is telling everyone – Ars Technica Privacy Tools: The Best Encrypted Messaging Programs – Pro Publica World's Top Privacy Experts Worry About Internet Of Things – Forbes The cookie is dead. Here's how Facebook, Google, and Apple are tracking you now
 – Venture Beat Dubai Police Will Wear Google Glass With Facial Recognition Software to ID Crooks – Slate The ultimate goal of the NSA is total population control – The Guardian The rise of the anti-facial recognition movement – Daily Dot Page ! © Martin Geddes Consulting Ltd 20158

9. Tim Berners-Lee calls for internet bill of rights to ensure greater privacy – The Guardian iPhone? It's a spyphone: Apple devices can record your every movement – Mail Online Privacy key to UK business opportunity, says KPMG – Computer Weekly It's not too late for privacy – Constellation Research Stalkers, Inc. – Economist Artificial Intelligence Is Doomed if We Don't Control Our Data – Mashable Software That Can See Will Change Privacy Forever – Technology Review With Tech Taking Over in Schools, Worries Rise – New York Times Wearer be warned: your fitness data may be sold or used against you – Startup Smart Indie Web Trend Future – Charles Bartlett Dropbox was asked not to inform users of 80% of its government data requests – Pando Daily 60 percent of apps fail basic privacy tests, finds international cross-governmental study
 – 9to5 Mac Targeted Advertising Considered Harmful – ZPG The Apple Privacy Watch Constellation Research Why Privacy Policies Are So Inscrutable – The Atlantic Facebook Generation Rekindles Expectation of Privacy Online – New York Times Google Map Tracks Your Every Move. Check Your 'Location History' to Verify It
 – The Hacker News Hackers Could Use Your Smartphone’s Gyroscope as a Microphone to Listen In – Slate Resurgence in voice Lync and the Death of the Desk Phone – No Jitter Business Conversations Need Voice and Visual Information Too – TMCNet Why Most of Your Assumptions About Phone Calls are Wrong – Both Sides of the Table Oracle Partners With Nuance to Add Voice Features to Its Mobile Apps – Yankee Group Domino’s Pizza launches voice ordering in mobile apps powered by Nuance – 9to5 Mac Amazon Introduces Mayday – TechCrunch Tim Cook Emphasizes Importance of Voice Messaging, Sparking iWatch Speculation
 – MacRumors Video Is Everywhere, But Is Anyone Using It? – No Jitter Is Your Voice a Business Asset or a Liability? – Entrepreneur Saving sound: Paul Allen-backed startup launches app that constantly records audio
 – GeekWire Mitel Takes Another Step Towards a Fully Unified Platform by Acquiring OAISYS – Nemertes Evernote Wear Brings Note Taking Onto Android Wear Devices – Ubergizo How Siri’s ultimate killer feature could be remembering – Mac Daily News Google Stories, Your Memory And You: It's Complicated – Forbes Business Conversations Need Voice and Visual Information Too  – Unified Communications U.K. Poll Finds 33% No Longer Talk on Their Phones – IP Carrier Voice Control Will Force an Overhaul of the Whole Internet – Wired Smartphone app enables deaf people to make phone calls – Disabled Go ‘Star Trek Communicator Startup’ Sets Out to Build a World Powered by Voice – Wired Military could be using high-tech speech software by 2017 – USA Today Page ! © Martin Geddes Consulting Ltd 20159

10. The Future Of Voice-Activated AI Sounds Awesome  – Get Prismatic Speech Recognition Better Than a Human's Exists. You Just Can't Use It Yet – Global Tech Voice – The Next Evolution In Search Marketing? – Invoca With 100M users, Truecaller starts making call suggestions – GigaOm Voiceitt Is Chosen Audience Favorite at WSJD Live Startup Showcase – WSJ Apple's Siri fuels boom in voice technology – Mercury New Directory App Truecaller Raises $60M At A $300M Valuation Led By KPCB, Atomico, Sequoia
 – TechCrunch Enabling Voice Input into the Open Web and Firefox OS – Mozilla In 5 Years, 50% of Our Search Queries Will Be on Speech or Images According to Andrew Ng
 – DataConomy ZTE Teams Up With Industry Giants for the Rise of the “Smart Voice Alliance”
 – Business Wire India What Ozzie Sees — and Hears — Ahead – HP Tablets with Voice Calling Functions Find Big Market In Asia – Realtime Communications World Pattern Recognition Algorithm Recognizes When Drivers Are on the Phone
 – Technology Review On-the-go communications Prepare For Cameras To Invade Your Car – ReadWriteWeb Auto-Autonomy: Cars Are Racing Toward Disruption – Recode Self-Driving Cars Will Mean More Traffic– Business Week Connected cars: 2025, all cars to become 'mobile'? – Mobile World Capital U.S. may mandate 'talking' cars by early 2017 – Reuters Grow, peak or plateau – the outlook for car travel – University of the West of England Future of email Why Email Will Be Obsolete by 2020 – Inc Slack, a team-talk tool that Just Works – Boing Boing Google’s Inbox is A New Email App From The Gmail Team Designed Not To Be Gmail
 – TechCrunch Let’s ban the after-hours email culture from our bedrooms – The Times Virtual reality Ingress: The game that reveals Google's secret war to control London – The Guardian I Wore the New Oculus Rift and I Never Want to Look at Real Life Again – Gizmodo Next generation Oculus Rift DK2 with 1080p and positional tracking starts shipping
 – Pocket Lint Being in Augmented Multi-Modal Naturally-Networked Gatherings – Beaming Grand challenges in virtual environments – Frontiers An Animated Avatar Could Screen Humans For National Security – Popsci Augmented Multi-Party Interaction – AMI Project Web-ifying the real world – Science Daily Avegant Glyph is the VR headset that looks like headphones – Wareable How Magic Leap Is Secretly Creating a New Alternate Reality – Gizmodo Page ! © Martin Geddes Consulting Ltd 201510

11. 3 Oculus Rift Apps That Prove Virtual Reality Goes Far Beyond Gaming – Bloomberg EON Reality Releases Upgraded Augmented Reality – 4-traders Augmented reality startup Magic Leap raises $542M – Fierce Wireless Oculus Rift in the classroom: Immersive education's next level – ZDNet Oculus' new prototype is where VR should be right now – The Verge Finally: Meta begins shipping its augmented reality glasses to developers – GigaOm Virtual-Reality Headset Is Reinventing Exposure Therapy – Scientific American Gaming and gamification Beyond Badges: The New Rules of Gamification – Inc What's the scariest thing in the world? Ask your teenage daughter – Polygon Exploring No Man’s Sky, A Computer Game Forged by Algorithms – Technology Review Play it again – Island Letters Future Of Work: Using Gamification For Human Resources – Forbes Andreessen Horowitz invests $20M in startup Improbable to build massive simulated game worlds – VentureBeat Gartner is Soooooo Wrong about Gamification… – JoSeK In E-Sports, Video Gamers Draw Real Crowds and Big Money – New York Times Sensor revolution Heartphones: headphones that measure your heart rate – LG Forget Wristbands, FreeWavz Brings Fitness Monitoring To Your Earphones – TechCrunch Will you be able to take a picture with Google Glass by just thinking about it?
 – Washington Post MEMS startup snags $37M to make accelerometers smaller and cheaper – GigaOm Skinput turns your hand into a touchscreen and your fingers into a keypad  – Gizmag Forget "OK Glass," MindRDR Is A Google Glass App You Control With Your Thoughts
 – TechCrunch Chips designed specifically for wearables starting to appear – EE Times Close encounter of the haptic type – EE Times Sensors And Sensitivity – TechCrunch Extracting audio from visual information – MIT How a Sensor-Filled World Will Change Human Consciousness – Scientific American The future of biosensing wearables – Rock Health 5 ways Apple could push headphone technology forward – GigaOm Wearable Computers Will Transform Language – IEEE Spectrum Contextualised Self? Using #wearabletech for more than quantification – Acuity Design Devices That Know How We Really Feel – New York Times How digital technology is transforming our relationship with sound – Noodle Wearable Technology in the Classroom – Innovation Excellence Wearable Computing Will Forever Alter Collaboration, But Not How You Might Think
 – Current Analysis We combined 5G WiFi, #wearables & indoor location tech to create a new way to measure sports performance – Broadcom "Is wearable computing the next big thing in air travel?" – Aircraft Interiors Page ! © Martin Geddes Consulting Ltd 201511

12. The rise of data and the death of politics – The Guardian How I walked 18.5 miles in a single day without losing productivity at my computer
 – Venture Beat How wearables are driving the rethinking of notifications – Venture Beat How Your Sensor Data and The Internet of Things Can Save You A Lot Of Money
 – Big Data Startups The Internet Of Things Will Radically Change Your Big Data Strategy – Forbes The Internet of Things Is Bigger than Texting Refrigerators and Fitbit – IT Business Edge The Internet of Things is running up an $80 billion energy bill – Forbes Microsoft Tackles Internet-of-Things With New Data Stream Processing Service – InfoQ Google puts a Dropcam in it's Nest, for $500m. Home automation will be bigger than wearables – Recode Google’s Nest launches network technology for connected home – Rawstory Into the Age of Context – Medium Age of Context: Mobile, Sensors, Data and the Future of Privacy – Robert Scoble We Are a Camera – The New Yorker Sensual interfaces Microsoft Research crafts wrist-worn device that tracks hand gestures in 3D space – Edgadget Microsoft's wearable Alice band is not a rival to Google Glass– ZD Net Google Gesture concept sees real time translation of sign language- Android Central Why the Smart Reading Device of the Future May Be … Paper – Wired Next generation of games not about body as means of control, it'll be defined by experiences between self & software – Rock, Paper, Shotgun Why People In London Are Walking Around Wearing Blindfolds – Buzzfeed The Future is Micro – The Heretic How Using Emoji Makes Us Less Emotional – New Republic LG Unrolls a TV Screen That Rolls Up – Scoop.it What a $120,000 TV Looks Like – The Atlantic Foldable, Bendable And Bright: The Future Of Displays – Forbes Why floors, walls and ceilings are the next interface – ComputerWorld Forget emojis, Yahoo says sensors in smartphones and watches could add REAL EMOTIONS to our emails – Mail Online The Communication Of The Future Is So Real You Can Touch It – Benton Foundation Wearable Technology That Feels Like Skin – New York Times Spearcons (speech-based earcons) improve navigation performance in advanced auditory menus – PubMed The IoT startup using 3D interfaces to control smart cities – ZDNet Will Quantum Dots Dominate Displays? – IEEE Soundscaping Google Patents Steerable Audio Beam for Google Glass – Glass Almanac Dolby's Crazy Atmos Surround Sound Comes to ... – DTV Audio Group – Dolby Wearables Page ! © Martin Geddes Consulting Ltd 201512

13. 5 Futuristic Wearable Devices That Will Blow Your Mind – MD+DI Fin : Wearable Ring Make your Palm as Numeric Keypad and Gesture Interface – IndieGoGo This augmented reality motorcycle helmet could save your life – Endgadget Nod Gesture Control Ring Is Designed For Continual Wear, Starts Selling Today For $149
 – TechCrunch The TV you can only watch when you're smiling – CNet The smart bracelet that can read your emotions – BBC Sense: Know More. Sleep Better – KickStarter Hands On With The Production Version Of The Myo Gesture Control Armband – TechCruch These Vibrating Smart Shoes Tell You Where To Turn – Huffington Post Razer’s sub-$100 Nabu wearable device integrates WeChat, behaves much like a smartwatch
 – The Next Web Forget Glass. Here Are Wearables That Protect Your Privacy – Forbes Why wearables' success depends on being like Yo – The Guardian Takahito Iguchi: the visionary who sees beyond Google Glass – The Guardian Virtual keyboard on a #SmartWatch? Minuum makes that possible – Phone Area AirType Concept Promo – Vimeo SENSORY UX – Sensory UX ARM developing processors to make wearables 'invisible' – Infoworld How Salesforce.com Could Change the Market for Wearable Technology – Motley Fool Intel Perceptual Computing – Intel Microsoft secures patent for object-recognizing Augmented Reality smart glasses – Into Mobile Some of the problems with the whole wearables trend – WDC Wearable intelligence – Establishing protocols to socialize wearable devices – O’Reilley 4 Reasons Nobody Cares About Smartwatches – Time Hello, wearable technology. Nice to meet you. (Or was it?) – Amdocs Don’t Get Terminated: Adapting to Wearable Technology – Desk Assuring that trust wears well – Diginomica Wearable Computing is Not Calm Technology, Yet – BigThink The Evolution Of Neurocentric Wearables – WT VOX Get Naked with Nearables –Demo Helsinki The Apple Watch as the Ultimate Communication (and Customer Care?) Device – Aspect Blogs Ousting and Taking Over | Cynaps Mint Replaces the Need for Headphones – Tech Zulu The World's First Smart Earplug – Hush Mobile phone inventor says wearables will replace smartphones – Wareable Wearable tech lets boss track your work, rest and play – New Scientist How's Your Enterprise Wearables Strategy? – Information Week From wearables to … invisibles – Venture Beat The Problem With Wearable Technology, According To "Blade Runner" Designer Syd Mead
 – Fast Company Bracelet could protect user herds from lurking PREDATORS – The Register The Digitization of Everything: Wearables Rising – Value Creator The scary Apple Watch future – Salon Apple Watch – A new Era of Wearable Computing? – Wearable Technologies Page ! © Martin Geddes Consulting Ltd 201513

14. Report: Wearables need makeover to maximize market – Atmel Ineda planning mass production of low-power chips for wearables in 2015 – Fierce Wireless Intel poised to launch luxury smart bracelet at Barneys – C|Net A Year With Google Glass Will Turn You Into an Obnoxious Monster – The Atlantic Is the Player Nervous? Just Ask His Shirt – New York Times Internet of Bling: Samsung Buys SmartThings for $200 Million – Recode Wearable devices to support Parkinson's disease research – Telegraph Wearable technology is the new healthcare craze – Wearable News This Guy Tracks Everything About Himself And Puts It Up Online For Everyone To See
 – TechCrunch Disney Magic Bands In-depth review at Disney World – MouseChat What Will It Take to Make Your Grandma’s Wearable? – UX Magazine Social robotics Are we ready for the rise of social robots? – BBC Quantum Robotics will Create Artificial Intelligence 'Capable of Creativity'
 – International Business Times Sentiment analysis Smartphone app detects mood swings via voice analysis  – University of Michigan Health App Tells You How You Feel – WSJ Voice Sentiment Analysis Startup Saygent Raises $1 Million – TechCrunch Computers Are Getting Better Than Humans Are at Facial Recognition – The Atlantic This algorithm can detect rare genetic disorders from regular Facebook pics – Wired This Smart Cat Feeder Uses Facial Recognition to Exclude Greedy Kitties – Smithsonian What happens when your friend’s smartphone can tell that you’re lying – Washington Post Twitter invests $10 million in MIT’s new Laboratory for Social Machines – Beta Boston Dell Plans To Release A Mood-Reading Product By 2017 – NeuroGadget Beyond Verbal Raises $3.3 Million to Read Emotions in a Speaker’s Voice – WSJ Moodies voice analysis app arrives for Android to show you how you come across to others
 – The Next Web Computer Eyesight Gets a Lot More Accurate – New York Times Anticipatory computing Smart Assistants, Anticipatory Computing and the slow Death of Search – Meetup IBM Aims to Make Medical Expertise a Commodity – Technology Review IBM exec: Watson has plenty of IQ, not enough EQ (yet) – Fortune IBM's Watson: Cognitive or Sentient? – BigThink Apple Buys Cue For Over $40M To Compete With Google Now – TechCrunch Newsle Joins The LinkedIn Family – LinkedIn Computers That Know What You Need, Before You Ask – NPR THE COMING ERA OF MAGICAL COMPUTING – FastCompany Artificial intelligence has an amazing future. Dystopian movies get it wrong – WashingtonPost 2014 mobile trends: Anticipatory computing – Cezary Page ! © Martin Geddes Consulting Ltd 201514

15. Inside Story: LinkedIn’s VP of Mobile on Driving in the Snow, Houzz and Anticipatory Computing – LinkedIn Forget Lean and Agile – It’s Time to be Anticipatory – LinkedIn Companies Are Tracking Employees to Nab Traitors – Bloomberg Startup Altocloud scores $2M and launches its ‘predictive communications’- Venture Beat Artificial intelligence experts sign open letter to protect mankind from machines – C|Net Get ready to get more acquainted with A.I. in 2015 – CNBC The Three Breakthroughs That Have Finally Unleashed AI on the World – Wired Machine-Learning Maestro Michael Jordan on the Delusions of Big Data and Other Huge Engineering Efforts – IEEE Elon Musk: ‘With artificial intelligence we are summoning the demon.’ – Washington Post The Future Of AI Will Be Stacked – TechCrunch RecSys 2014 Keynote by Jeff Dean: Large Scale Machine Learning for Predictive Tasks, Pt. 1
 – YouTube Love or Hate It, Why Predictive Analytics Is The Next Big Thing – Inc A Cambrian Explosion In AI Is Coming – TechCrunch Iterations: Calendar Frenzy, Google Now, and Apple’s “Anticipatory Computing” Problem
 – TechCrunch Nick Bostrom: The AI pioneers for the most part did not countenance the possibility that their enterprise might involve risk. – IoT Council Why Nvidia thinks it can power the AI revolution – GigaOm Virtual assistants 'Cortana-gate' ruins Satya Nadella's Microsoft honeymoon – Channel Register Why #Siri Is Apple's Most Important Footnote – Fast Company Tony Stark’s Jarvis Voice Recognition Software Now A Reality – Bit Rebels Artificial Intelligence Is Already Controlling Humans – Huffington Post New developments in quantum physics could lead to technologies from electric airliners to artificial intelligence – Raw Story Heresy of the week: There is no such thing as artificial intelligence and there never will be "Artificial intelligence: the next step in evolution?" – The Age Paperclip maximizer – Less Wrong Artificial Intelligence as a Positive and Negative Factor in Global Risk – Yudkowsky By 2045 'The Top Species Will No Longer Be Humans,' And That Could Be A Problem
 – Business Insider Superintelligence by Nick Bostrom and A Rough Ride to the Future by James Lovelock
 – The Guardian The uncanniest valley: what happens when robots know us better than we know ourselves?
 – Singularity Hub Software That Augments Human Thinking – Technology Review Chimpanzee language: Communication gestures translated – BBC IBM Buys Deep Learning Startup To Boost Watson – Top Tech News The Looming Threat Of Artificial Unintelligence – Popular Science Julie Desk Is An Email-Based Virtual Assistant To Help You Schedule Meetings And Appointments – TechCrunch Page ! © Martin Geddes Consulting Ltd 201515

16. Siri’s Descendants: How intelligent assistants will evolve – Medium It’s Like I’m Talking to a Machine: Psychology of Talking to Virtual Assistants – Medium Siri Is Only The Beginning – TechCrunch Evernote's CEO: Siri and wearables are doing it wrong – Engadget With The Rise Of Wearables, Virtual Assistants Will Disrupt Marketing As Usual – Fast Company BlackBerry Assistant Takes ‘Natural Language’ to the Next Level – Brand Channel Lifelong Virtual Assistants Will Know Your Most Intimate Secrets – Factor Tech Siri Creators Have a Much Smarter Bun in the Oven – Tech News World Wireless and mobility SK Telecom planning 'hyper-connected infrastructure' for 5G – Fierce Wireless Stanford engineers aim to connect the world with ant-sized radios – Stanford News Distributed trust systems Blockchain: Blueprint for a New Economy – Melanie Swan These Guys Are Creating A Whole New Internet Using Bitcoin And They Are Having Surprising Success – Business Insider Bitcoin: the Stripe perspective – Stripe Explaining Ethereum – Chain.com ...And The Good News: Banks Will Be Obsolete Within 10 Years – Zero Hedge Weekend Read: The Imminent Decentralized Computing Revolution – WSJ Bitcoin is Gamification – Medium Batteries and power Charging while you drive? It’s not as crazy as it sounds – Qualcomm Halo Starbucks to Offer Wireless Caffeine for Smartphones – Scientific American Massive breakthrough in battery technology – UCR Today Next Big Thing You Missed: Bigger, Cheaper Fuel Cells Will Eliminate Power Outages – Wired New Rechargeable Cell Has 7 Times Higher Energy Density Than Li-ion Cells – Nikkei Flexible Printed Batteries Coming Soon To Power Wearable Devices – The Tech Journal Ultrapak external battery packs can grab a full charge for a standard smartphone in 15 minutes – New York Times Breakthrough Material Could Cut the Cost of Solar Energy in Half – Big Think Better Batteries: How Nanotech Could Charge Your Smartphone in Seconds, and Keep it Running for a Month – Book of the Future The Battery Breakthrough We’ve Been Waiting for? – WSJ Wireless charging set for huge growth in next 10 years – C|NET New Batteries Could Last 20 Years and Take Just Minutes to Charge  – Small Business Trends This everlasting battery is made from recycled vanadium and ready to plug in – GigaOm Ultra-fast charging batteries that can be 70% recharged in just two minutes – Science Daily Tech World Vexed by Slow Progress on Batteries – WSJ StoreDot lands $42m for novel battery technology that enables 30-second smartphone charges – TechEU Soon, Europe Might Not Need Any New Power Plants – Think Progress Oh, This Bracelet? It's Just My Wearable Device Charger – Mashable Page ! © Martin Geddes Consulting Ltd 201516

17. ‘Glomad’ workers New tribes preparing to move in next door – Telegraph 7 ‘digital nomads’ explain how they live, work and travel anywhere in the world  – TheNextWeb How To Succeed At Becoming A Digital Nomad – Forbes Digital nomads travel the world while you rot in your office – Mashable Home teleworking Telework Research Network – Global Workplace Analytics Remote Work, Distributed Teams & Independent Worker Statistics – WorkingRemote.ly Telework Adoption and Energy Use in Building and Transport Sectors in the United States and Japan – Journal of Infrastructure Systems Telework Enhancement Act of 2010 – U.S. General Services Administration Firms downsizing property dramatically as agile working takes hold, claims new report
 – Workplace Insight Does Telecommuting Kill Company Morale? – Inc Data destruction Self-destructing selfie app – Wickr unveils the latest service after Snapchat hack – Mirror The Ephemeral App Ecosystem – Over $180M Raised – CB Insights Snapvoice Is Like Instagram For Photos With Attached Voice Recordings – Addictive Tips The case for an absent-minded Internet – Boston Globe Anonymized Analytics: Unleash the Power of User Data with Aircloak – Aircloak Devices being remotely wiped in police custody – BBC Poor privacy and data security policies are hurting innovation, says Intel – Engadget Microsoft and Other Firms Pledge to Protect Student Data – New York Times Cybermeetings Virtual Leadership: Learning to Lead Differently – Ghislaine Caulat Work skills of the future: constructive uncertainty – GigaOm Why Some Company Offices Are Virtual – Business Week Virtual Reality's Vomit Problem – Bloomberg Virtual Reality Is Happening, But Like For Real This Time – Gizmodo Bill Gates: Microsoft is developing a killer meeting-room app – PC World Security as a service Voice Biometric Authentication With Twilio – Twilio New Biometric Software Bringing Ear Recognition To Smartphones – Find Biometrics Could our behaviour be turned into a password? – BBC Researchers Use #Bigdata to Get Around Encryption – WSJ Squiggly Lines Secure Smartphones – Scientific American Sensory Introduces Combined Voice and Vision Biometric Authentication for Mobile Phones, Tablets and PCs – Yahoo Finance Sensory Unveils Multi-Modal Biometric Authentication for Mobile Devices – Voice Bio Con Apple looking into ways to change iPhone's security level and UI settings based on user's location – Into Mobile Page ! © Martin Geddes Consulting Ltd 201517

18. The Growing Threat Of Network-Based Steganography – Technology Review AT&T joins MasterCard battling fraud with phone location – Naples News Trustev's Pat Phelan on the challenge of verifying mobile customers – Wired Phone Swindlers Tap Into Fear and a Sense of Duty – New York Times Personal details removed from site over ‘identity theft’ concerns – Irish Times Patent to recognise web behaviour such as typing and browsing styles to stop fraud – V3 Internet of Things needs to be encrypted to offer proper security – HITBSecNews You have been hacked! – Economist Human productivity Against the Insufferable Cult of Productivity – New Republican Nadella’s Challenge Is to ‘Reinvent Productivity’ — and Microsoft – Wharton Work seriously damages your health, say scientists – The Idler ALARM FATIGUE: Study finds doctors, nurses overwhelmed by noise – My FOX Twin Cities Walking for 5 min/hour prevents negative health effects of sitting – Boing Boing Mindfulness is the New Definition of Success – BigThink Does Mindfulness lead to neuroplasticity? – Neuroscience A Social Network Designed to Combat Depression – Wired A Team of Biohackers Has Figured Out How to Inject Your Eyeballs With Night Vision
 – Science.Mic Navy’s Exoskeleton Could Make Workers 20 Times More Productive – Wired Could Deep-Brain Stimulation Fortify Soldiers’ Minds? – Scientific American Building Mind-Controlled Gadgets Just Got Easier – IEEE FDA Approves World's First Artificial Retina – American Society of Retina Specialists New Biological Technologies Will Grant Troops Super Powers – National Defense Magazine Telepathy is now possible using current technology – Vox UC Berkeley researchers develop technology to correct screens for visual impairments
 – Daily Californian DARPA’s tiny implants will hook directly into your nervous system, treat diseases and depression without medication – ExtremeTech Simplified security The Password Is Finally Dying. Here's Mine – Wall Street Journal The future of passwords really is no passwords – QZ Ping takes a swing at replacing passwords with mobile devices – Fierce Enterprise “Voice Biometrics”: The first circle of Hell – PandoDaily Biometrics in smartphones need more control – ex-GCHQ boss – BBC The biometrics revolution is already here — and you may not be ready for it – Washington Post South Korea identity thefts forces ID overhaul – CNS News Researchers in China Develop 99.8% Accurate Face Recognition System as Substitute to Online Payment Method – DataConomy European football clubs eye biometrics goal – Planet Biometrics The Gospel of IRMA: Attribute Based Credentials in Practice – CCC Cisco: The Internet Needs More Control – New York Times Page ! © Martin Geddes Consulting Ltd 201518

19. Apple will no longer unlock most iPhones, iPads for police, even with search warrants
 – Washington Post Safeguarding the pedigree of personal attributes – Lockstep Page ! © Martin Geddes Consulting Ltd 201519

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