Imagine a world where computing becomes invisible, like your thoughts. A world where the interface between our senses, our minds and brains, and a digital device that emulates human traits or which augments our own capabilities becomes seamless, and the border between “it” and “us” becomes opaque.
Imagine instant access to the world’s data and content, without typing or without even searching — think GoogleNow x100, projected onto your iris. The power of IBM’s Watson at the disposal of every doctor, with a blink of an eye or a simple voice command. Anticipatory services that know what you need before you do. Constant reads of my body’s status via my wristwatch.
Convenient. Incredible. Empowering. Beautiful. Addictive. Indispensable. Scary. Here soon. … (Read more)