14/01/2020

These 6 New Technology Rules Will Govern Our Future

For postindustrial societies the future has turned into a space of risk and construction of expectations. We will tattoo sensors into our bodies to track key health indicators and transmit those data wirelessly to our phones, adding to the numerous devices that interface directly with our bodies and form informational and biological feedback loops. In the future we will probably find school boards paying a yearly subscription to the textbooks of their choice, which will allow their student to have unlimited access to the books via the internet or downloaded directly to their on their laptops at a fraction of the cost of providing a physical text for every student. Such devices let us measure data about our health, as well as receive immediate feedback about how we are performing.

However, Michael Wagner, an accountant and lawyer hired by Samsung, said there’s no evidence from either company that shows consumers …

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