You may have seen my TEDx Manchester talk on AI & The Future of Work. It went down a storm (over 175,000 views at the time of writing) and you can re-watch it here. It triggered a number of talks over this past year and the talk evolved a bit:
I am seeking to give a very high-level (so be gentle with me) overview on the crossroads some of today’s and tomorrow’s meta-trends bring us. These are data, sensors (which are data nodes) and AI & machine learning. The combination of the three will likely be amongst the biggest contributors to the fundamental changes the next few decades will bring, and it is of vital importance we all make ourselves familiar with them and address them proactively rather than wait and see what might be.
Here is the latest iteration of this (WordPress says “it will do all the work” but apologies if it’s only a link):
Aside from this, you will have noticed that I am not blogging very actively these days. Besides not having the time anymore to be as dedicated to it as I used to be, I feel that the time of a siloed, single-destination blog might have run its time. You will find me more often on Twitter or Facebook (and, very occasionally, on Medium).