The Digital Speaker series - teaser
Good Day! This is my weekly newsletter, with a dose of insights into the future. The topic of this newsletter is the exponential times we live in, hence the title of f(x) = e^x, which is the (natural) exponential function.
The Digital Speaker series - covering the digital world from inside the digital world
My latest concept:
Organizations should not only do digital but should be digital. Since you should practice what you preach, I have become digital myself. The Digital Speaker is available for (virtual) keynotes as an avatar, a hologram, in person or a combination, which can be especially relevant for future hybrid events.
Digital transformation is now a prerequisite for companies to remain competitive in this fast-changing world and The Digital Speaker shows that any type of organization can become digital.
Starting next year, I will launch The Digital Speaker series, where I will explore the digital revolution from inside the digital world. From AI and Quantum Computing through to Blockchain and Cryptocurrency, The Tech Journal will explore digital innovations, looking at what they are, what they do, and if they’ll help or hinder our lives. Enjoy the above teaser or subscribe to my YouTube channel to be notified when the series launches.
Three Useful Nuggets of Information
My weekly tips from around the web to get you thinking.
1. Facebook is a doomsday machine.
Most would think that Facebook is broken, but it is not broken. It is working perfectly as it was designed to be. The fact that it might ruin society does not seem to bother Zuckerberg. But it is not too late to save humanity. (The Atlantic)
2. Xbox will now use the blockchain for gaming rights.
Microsoft and EY have announced that they will store gaming rights and royalties on a blockchain that can process 2 million transactions per day. Another example that blockchain adoption is growing. (Tech Radar)
3. AI is now co-piloting a military aircraft.
Artificial intelligence helped co-pilot a U-2 "Dragon Lady" spy plane during a test flight last Tuesday. It is the first time AI has been used in such a way aboard a US military aircraft. (CNN)