Thoughts

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Thoughts 2016-10-12T20:45:54+00:00

Welcome to my thought stream.

Here I will explore the concepts and challenges facing the digitising of  media and how the desire for a more targeted approach to advertising can equally be met with some serious concern and criticism.

You will find it categorised on the right hand-side.

For a more studious approach, please refer to the Research area.


Meet the men who foretell the future of media: Majority Report 2030

AI is the new god and techno religion will change the world, say Kaleidoko's Jonathan Tavss and Dean Donaldson. There are 8.3 billion connected devices on planet earth right now -- that's more than the [...]

Being Human: The Rise of Artificial Sex

If you have not caught Channel 4's Sci-Fi show "Humans" yet, then you really should. A joint Anglo-American production, the series explores the themes of artificial intelligence and robotics, focusing on the social, cultural, and psychological impact [...]

Could we live forever?

An insightful short documentary that explores the notion of Transhumanism - moving into Super Humans through three key areas; longevity, intelligence and well-being - and ultimately into the Singularity; where artificial intelligence is interconnected [...]

Predictive Programming and the Human Microchipping Agenda

An insightful feature documentary that does a great job on highlighting how we are sleepwalking into a tracked society through the world of entertainment media. It is over an hour long, but goes into [...]

RFID: The feared mark or a fleeting moment?

It’s been a while since I wrote a post here. However, recently I have found myself looking at a few online discussions about RFID (a technology for the wireless transmission of a unique identifying [...]

We prostitute brands instead of building relationships

Transcribed from an interview in Germany, November 2012 about the progress of [advertising] technology and the impacts on today's consumers. The digital industry is more often targeted for its appropriation of innovation [...]