How will the rapid advances in technology affect our lives at work, in our homes, and in our daily interactions with others? Here, we examine the human side of emerging technologies, considering the endless possibilities they bring and the complex challenges that they may bring.
Arthur C. Clarke said it best, “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” As we watch today’s emerging technologies, we’re seeing this quote come to life. This is where we get to revel in the magic!
Your business matters. Here we discuss how technology is changing telecommunications and other industries, what it really means to get ready for industry 4.0, and what your business should be doing to thrive into the future.
One of the biggest challenges that we face going forward is how we deal with rapid technology shifts in a way that encourages and enables innovation while also considering the effects on people and systems. How technology will be managed and regulated is uncertain. Here, we explore how technology is shaping the law, and how the law will change the ways we can use technology, bringing worldwide perspectives to the conversation.
Futurithmic provides an in-depth look at the current research projects and focuses of Nokia and Bell Labs. Through this, we will gain a deeper understanding of where we’re heading in the future and how technology will change the way we interact with the world. As a global leader in driving innovation, Nokia is looking to make tech human again.
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It is our mission to explore the implications of emerging technologies, seeking answers to next-level questions about how they will affect society, business, politics and the environment of tomorrow.
We aim to inform and inspire through thoughtful research, responsible reporting, and clear, unbiased writing, and to create a platform for a diverse group of innovators to bring multiple perspectives.
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