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SIMA AZ: Emerging Information Technology Innovations & Trends 11/15/17

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Mark Goldstein, International Research Center presented a big overview of Emerging Information Technology Innovations & Trends to the Society for Information Management Arizona Chapter (SIM AZ) on 11/15/17 showcasing the latest and greatest emerging technologies and novel tech innovations, highlighting the market and societal transformations underway or anticipated. It covered Advances in Computer Power and Pervasiveness; Internet of Things (IoT) Overview and Ecosystem; Mobility, Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality (AR/VR); Medical Advances Through Informatics; Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Robotics; Big Data, Its Applications and Implications; and Onward into the Future…

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SIMA AZ: Emerging Information Technology Innovations & Trends 11/15/17

  1. 1. Emerging Information Technology Innovations & Future Trends Wednesday, November 15, 2017 At ASU University Club, Tempe, AZ Mark Goldstein, International Research Center PO Box 825, Tempe, AZ 85280-0825, Phone: 602-470-0389, markg@researchedge.com, http://www.researchedge.com/ Slide Deck Online at http://www.slideshare.net/markgirc © 2017 - International Research Center Arizona Chapter Society for Information Management Arizona (SIM AZ)
  2. 2. Emerging Information Technology Innovations & Future Trends Agenda: • Advances in Computer Power and Pervasiveness • Internet of Things (IoT) Overview and Ecosystem • Mobility, Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality (AR/VR) • Medical Advances Through Informatics • Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Robotics • Big Data, Its Applications and Implications • Onward into the Future… © 2017 - International Research Center Arizona Chapter Society for Information Management Arizona (SIM AZ)
  3. 3. Emerging Information Technology Innovations & Future Trends Advances in Computer Power and Pervasiveness © 2017 - International Research Center Arizona Chapter Society for Information Management Arizona (SIM AZ)
  4. 4. http://www.kurzweilai.net/ask-ray-the-future-of-moores-law
  5. 5. The Exponential Curve of Technological Innovations Leading Up to the Singularity
  6. 6. https://www.top500.org/news/china-pulls-ahead-of-us-in-latest-top500-list/
  7. 7. http://www.nvidia.com/object/tesla -supercomputing-solutions.html High Performance Computing with Tesla GPUs
  8. 8. http://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards/X99DELUXE/ ASUS X99-DELUXE Intel Socket 2011-v3
  9. 9. http://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards/Z97IPLUS/ ASUS Z97I-Plus Mini-ITX Motherboard 6.7 inch x 6.7 inch
  10. 10. Intel Next Unit of Computing (NUC) Kit NUC5i7RYH https://www-ssl.intel.com/content/www/us/en/nuc/nuc-kit-nuc5i7ryh.html
  11. 11. Arduino Mega 2560 Raspberry Pi 2 Model B Nwazet Pi Media Center Night Vision Camera Modules MicroSD Card Adapter BLE Mini Bluetooth 4.0 Interface Arduino, Raspberry & Other Microcontrollers Ultimate GPS Breakout UDOO Quad Core w/SATA
  12. 12. Vilros Raspberry Pi 2 Model B Ultimate Camera Kit Raspberry Pi 2 Model B (900Mhz, 1GB) with 8GB SD Card/Adapter with NOOB, Wi-Fi Adapter, 5 MP Camera Module, Breadboard, GPIO Ribbon Cable, Breakout Board, Jumpers, Resistors, LEDs, User Guide, Case, Power Supply and more http://www.vilros.com/
  13. 13. SunFounder 37 Modules Raspberry Pi B+ Sensor Kit http://www.sunfounder.com/index.php?c=show&id=47&model=Sensor%20Kit%20for%20B+ Detailed tutorial, source code & 32 lessons on project DVD
  14. 14. http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/compute-stick/intel-compute-stick.html Intel Compute Stick
  15. 15. This summer, ASUS will launch a new type of Chrome device: the Chromebit. Smaller than a candy bar, the Chromebit is a full computer that will be available for less than $100. By simply plugging this device into any display, you can turn it into a computer. It’s the perfect upgrade for an existing desktop and will be really useful for schools and businesses. Source: http://chrome.blogspot.com/2015/03/more-chromebooks-for-everyone.html ASUS Chromebit Turns Any TV into a Chrome PC • Rockchip RK3288 (with quad-core Mali 760 graphics) • 2GB of RAM, 16GB of solid state storage • Plugs into any HDMI-equipped display • Dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, USB 2.0 port
  16. 16. http://www.ti.com/product/cc2541 The Texas Instruments CC2541 is a power- optimized true system-on- chip (SoC) solution for both Bluetooth low energy and proprietary 2.4-GHz applications. It enables robust network nodes to be built with low total bill- of-material costs. The CC2541 combines the excellent performance of a leading RF transceiver with an industry-standard enhanced 8051 MCU, in- system programmable flash memory, 8-KB RAM, and many other powerful supporting features and peripherals. The CC2541 is highly suited for systems where ultralow power consumption is required. TI CC2541 SOC
  17. 17. Intel’s Edison computer is housed in an SD card form factor and comes with built- in Linux and both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless. The computer, which is based on Intel's 22-nanometer Quark chips, can be the basis for a new wave of products and will become available summer 2014. Source: eWeek
  18. 18. Intel Curie Module Unleashing Wearable Device Innovation http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en /wearables/wearable-soc.html Intel’s Curie module is a complete low- power solution for the wearable space with compute, motion sensor, Bluetooth Low Energy, and battery charging capabilities. Key Features: • Low-power, 32-bit Intel Quark SE SoC • 384kB Flash memory, 80kB SRAM • Small and efficient open source real- time operating system (RTOS) • Low-power integrated DSP sensor hub with a proprietary pattern matching accelerator • Bluetooth Low Energy • 6-Axis combo sensor with accelerometer and gyroscope • Battery charging circuitry (PMIC) • Released January, 2015
  19. 19. https://www.movidius.com/myriadX Intel Neural Net Processor
  20. 20. https://www.top500.org/news/intel-take- aim-at-ai-with-new-neuromorphic-chip-1/
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  25. 25. http://www.seagate.com/about-seagate/news/seagate-accelerates- enterprise-momentum-with-two-new-flash-products-pr/
  26. 26. Major Leap Towards Storing Data at the Molecular Level https://nano-magazine.com/news/2017/8/25/major-leap-towards-storing-data-at-the-molecular-level/ Source: Nano Magazine/Nature 8/17
  27. 27. http://www.supermicro.com/ SuperServers
  28. 28. Baselayer Technology (formerly io) Data Modules are manufactured, factory tested, UL-Listed, and software-defined data center infrastructure that can be deployed and provisioned in standard increments of power, cooling, and IT space in as little as 90 days. https://www.baselayer.com/ Baselayer Anywhere CORE Line Data Modules
  29. 29. BaseLayer (https://www.baselayer.com/) partners with SRP for new modular data centers that plug directly into power grid
  30. 30. NIST Definition of Cloud Computing Source: U.S. NIST
  31. 31. Source: Cambridge Centre for Alternative Financing
  32. 32. https://coinmarketcap.com/ November 14, 2017
  33. 33. Future X Network Enabling a New Digital Era Source: Bell Labs Consulting
  34. 34. Emerging Information Technology Innovations & Future Trends Internet of Things (IoT) Overview and Ecosystems © 2017 - International Research Center Arizona Chapter Society for Information Management Arizona (SIM AZ)
  35. 35. See also: Internet of Things Innovations & Megatrends Presentation to the IEEE Computer Society Phoenix On December 14, 2016 at http://bit.ly/2hLXjPT IoT Overview and Ecosystems IoT Computing Platforms and Sensors IoT Gateway and Network Connections IoT Application Arenas • Consumer and Home Automation • Wearables • Healthcare and Life Science • Retail and Logistics • Industrial • Smart Buildings • Smart Cities and Environment • Transportation IoT Security and Privacy IoT Standards and Organizations IoT Data Applications and Business Models Next mega IoT update scheduled for 12/13/17 at DeVry University Phoenix for the IEEE Computer Society Phoenix (http://ewh.ieee.org/r6/phoenix/compsociety/)
  36. 36. IoT Solutions Architecture Source: TechBeacon (https://techbeacon.com/4-stages-iot-architecture)
  37. 37. Source: Postscapes (http://postscapes.com/)
  38. 38. Sensor Cluster Trends for Mobile Phones (Inertial Measurement Units) AMS AV-MLV-P2 is a volatile organic compounds (VOC) gas sensor which can detect alcohols, aldehydes, ketones, organic acids, amines, aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons.
  39. 39. The world's first smartphone with a giant six-inch screen and a built-in ADI (U.S., http://www.analog.com/) spectrometer running integrated software by Consumer Physics (U.S., https://www.consumerphysics.com/) and manufactured by electronics giant Sichuan Changhong Electric Co. (China). (Source: Sichuan Changhong Electric)
  40. 40. Source: Postscapes (http://postscapes.com/)
  41. 41. IoT Technology Data Rate and Range Needs Source: Rohde & Schwartz
  42. 42. Wi-Fi Ecosystem is Undergoing Change http://www.wirelessdesignmag.com/article/2016/05/ now-80211ac-wave-1-rolled-out-whats-next-wi-fi IEEE 802.11ah Requirements to Support M2M Communications: • Up to 8,191 devices associated with an access point (AP) through a hierarchical identifier structure • Carrier frequencies of approximately 900 MHz (license- exempt) that are less congested and guarantee a long range • Transmission range up to 1 km in outdoor areas • Data rates of at least 100 kbps • One-hop network topologies • Short and infrequent data transmissions (data packet size approximately 100 bytes and packet inter-arrival time greater than 30 s) • Very low energy consumption by adopting power saving strategies • Cost-effective solution for network device manufacturershttp://www.ieee802.org/11/Reports/tgah_update.htm
  43. 43. Potential 5G Services Bandwidth & Latency Requirements Source: GMSA, Heavy Reading
  44. 44. Source: Postscapes (http://postscapes.com/)
  45. 45. Source: IDC & Peplink 2015 IoT Vision
  46. 46. https://f5.com/labs/articles/threat-intelligence/ddos/the-hunt-for-iot-the-rise-of-thingbots
  47. 47. Source: IEEE Spectrum 10/16
  48. 48. Emerging Information Technology Innovations & Future Trends Mobility, Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality (AR/VR) © 2017 - International Research Center Arizona Chapter Society for Information Management Arizona (SIM AZ)
  49. 49. Connected Cars On Board Safety & Security Features Source: Infineon Technologies AG
  50. 50. Automated Driving Technology Progression Source: Navigant Research 2017
  51. 51. https://medium.com/@UberPubPolicy/fast-forwarding-to-a-future-of-on-demand-urban-air-transportation-f6ad36950ffa http://uber.com/elevate/whitepaper
  52. 52. Source: Accenture 2017
  53. 53. http://innovega-inc.com/Innovega iOptik Platform
  54. 54. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0181689/
  55. 55. Robert Downey Jr. (as Tony Stark/Ironman) uses a hologram in the 2012 film "The Avengers"
  56. 56. http://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-hololens/en-us
  57. 57. http://blogs.cornell.edu/teachertalk/2011/01/27/mr-worf-ill-be-on-the-holodeck/
  58. 58. Emerging Information Technology Innovations & Future Trends Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Robotics © 2017 - International Research Center Arizona Chapter Society for Information Management Arizona (SIM AZ)
  59. 59. Source: MIT Sloan
  60. 60. https://spectrum.ieee.org/static/ai-vs-doctors
  61. 61. Computer Passes Turing Test for First Time Eugene Goostman seems like a typical 13-year-old Ukrainian boy, at least that's what a third of judges at a Turing Test competition thought recently. Goostman says that he likes hamburgers and candy and that his father is a gynecologist, but it's all a lie. This boy is a program created by computer engineers led by Russian Vladimir Veselov and Ukrainian Eugene Demchenko. That a third of judges were convinced that Goostman was a human in unrestricted conversation is significant as at least 30 percent of judges must be swayed for a computer to pass the famous Turing Test. The test, created by legendary computer scientist Alan Turing in 1950, was designed to answer the question "Can machines think?" and is a well-known staple of artificial intelligence studies. Source: The Verge 6/14
  62. 62. Mechatronics engineer Ben Schaefer (R) interacts with humanoid robot bartender "Carl" as it prepares a drink for a guest at the Robots Bar and Lounge in the eastern German town of Ilmenau. The Humanoid robot bartender "Carl," developed and built by Schaefer who runs a company for humanoid robots, prepares spirits for the mixing of cocktails and is able to interact with customers in small conversations. Source: InfoWorld, Photo: REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
  63. 63. Saudi Arabia is the First Country to Grant Citizenship to a Robot An empty-eyed humanoid named Sophia has become the first robot to be granted citizenship in the world. Saudi Arabia bestowed citizenship on Sophia ahead of the Future Investment Initiative, held in the kingdom's capital city of Riyadh on Wednesday. "I am very honored and proud of this unique distinction," Sophia told the audience, speaking on a panel. "This is historical to be the first robot in the world to be recognized with a citizenship.“ It didn't elaborate on the details of its citizenship. At the event, Sophia also addressed the room from behind a podium and responded to questions from moderator and journalist Andrew Ross Sorkin. Questions pertained mostly to Sophia's status as a humanoid and concerns people may have for the future of humanity in a robot-run world. (10/26/17) http://www.businessinsider.com/sophia-robot-citizenship-in-saudi-arabia-the-first-of-its-kind-2017-10
  64. 64. http://www.homelandsecuritynewswire.com/dr20170821-world-s-tech-leaders-call-on-un-to-ban-killer-robots
  65. 65. Artificial Intelligence: Should We Be as Terrified as Elon Musk and Bill Gates? Elon Musk and Bill Gates have been as fearless as any entrepreneurs and innovators of the past half century. They have eaten big risks for breakfast and burped out billions of dollars afterward. But today, both are terrified of the same thing: Artificial intelligence. In a February 2015 Reddit AMA, Gates said, "First the machines will do a lot of jobs for us and not be super intelligent. That should be positive if we manage it well. A few decades after that though the intelligence is strong enough to be a concern ... and [I] don't understand why some people are not concerned.“ In a September 2015 CNN interview, Musk went even further. He said, "AI is much more advanced than people realize. It would be fairly obvious if you saw a robot walking around talking and behaving like a person... What's not obvious is a huge server bank in a vault somewhere with an intelligence that's potentially vastly greatly than what a human mind can do. And it's eyes and ears will be everywhere, every camera, every device that's network accessible... Humanity's position on this planet depends on its intelligence so if our intelligence is exceeded, it's unlikely that we will remain in charge of the planet.“ To be fair, others such as Stephen Hawking and Steve Wozniak have expressed similar fears, which lends credibility to the position that Gates and Musk have staked out. http://www.zdnet.com/article/artificial-intelligence-should-we-be-as-terrified-as-elon-musk-and-bill-gates/
  66. 66. Emerging Information Technology Innovations & Future Trends Medical Advances Through Informatics © 2017 - International Research Center Arizona Chapter Society for Information Management Arizona (SIM AZ)
  67. 67. Healthcare Industry, Then and Now Source: Capital IQ, GSV Asset Management
  68. 68. http://www.ibm.com/smarterplanet/us/en/ibmwatson/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Watson_(computer)
  69. 69. Memorial Sloan Kettering & IBM Watson Advancing Personalized Cancer Care
  70. 70. TGen and Genomic/Proteomic Sequencing Illumina’s HiSeq 2500 System is a powerful and efficient ultra-high-throughput sequencing system that supports the broadest range of applications and study sizes. Unrivaled data quality using Illumina's proven SBS chemistry has made the HiSeq 2500 the instrument of choice for all major genome centers and leading institutions throughout the world. New HiSeq v4 reagents allow for more reads and more data in less time. http://www.illumina.com/systems/hiseq_2500_1500.ilmn https://tgen.org/
  71. 71. Low cost genome sequencing is expected to revolutionize healthcare among other aspects of life. iNanoBio is developing a novel sensor device for high speed genome sequencing with technology from Arizona State University (ASU). Sequencing 3 billion bases in a short period of time is an extremely complex task. Various strategies utilize piecemeal sequencing and massively parallel techniques for high throughput readout. Sequencing using nanopores is a promising approach, but most often requires development of advanced methods for slowing down the DNA as it translocates through the nanopore. Small read lengths, need for elaborate sample preparation and complex data processing are required, which in-turn add to the cost of sequencing. Rather than slowing down the DNA as it translocates through a nanopore iNanoBio’s strategy is to sequence the DNA at high speed using their FET nano sensor devices. Field effect transistor sensors can have high switching frequencies of up to 1 GHz or more, which enables faster signal acquisition with minimal background noise. They expect sensing of individual bases at higher speeds, with larger signal to noise ratios, than when using other strategies. http://www.inanobio.com/genomesequencing.php iNanoBio Exponential Nanosensor Technology for Chemical & Biological Sensing Aiming for Low Cost $100 Genomic Sequencing Using Nanopores
  72. 72. Source: U.S. Chamber of Commerce 2017
  73. 73. Source: The Atlantic Council & Intel Security
  74. 74. Integrated Lab-On-A-Chip Uses Smartphone to Quickly Detect Multiple Pathogens The system uses a commercial smartphone to acquire and interpret real-time images of an enzymatic amplification reaction that takes place in a silicon microfluidic chip that generates green fluorescence and displays a visual read-out of the test at the point-of-care. The system is composed of an unmodified smartphone and a portable 3-D-printed cradle that supports the optical and electrical components, and interfaces with the rear-facing camera of the smartphone. (Credit: Micro & Nanotechnology Laboratory, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) Source: https://www.mdtmag.com/news/2017/10/integrated- lab-chip-uses-smartphone-quickly-detect-multiple-pathogens
  75. 75. First prize in the Qualcomm Tricorder XPrize was awarded to Final Frontier Medical Devices, a team in Pennsylvania. The team, led by brothers Dr. Basil Harris, an emergency medicine physician, and George Harris, a network engineer, created an artificial intelligence engine called DxtER that learns to diagnose medical conditions via data from emergency medicine and analyzing patients. Final Frontier Medical Devices was awarded $2.6 million at the Qualcomm Tricorder XPrize ceremony on April 12, 2017. http://www.zdnet.com/article/qualcomm-tricorder-xprize-goes-to-u-s-team-for-device-fusing-ai-iot-health/ https://tricorder.xprize.org/teams/final-frontier-medical-devices Final Frontier Medical Devices DxtER Tricorder XPrize Winner
  76. 76. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration cleared the Senhance System, a new robotically- assisted surgical device (RASD) that can help facilitate minimally invasive surgery by enabling the surgeon to use computer and software technology to control and move surgical instruments through one or more tiny incisions in the patient's body (laparoscopic surgery) at a console that provides a 3-D high-definition view of the surgical field. Source: MDT Magazine (https://www.mdtmag.com/news/2017/10/fda-clears-new-robotically-assisted-surgical-device-adult-patients)
  77. 77. http://www.kurzweilai.net/how-would-you-like-to-invest-in-immortality With his 2045 Initiative, Russian Internet mogul Dmitry Itskov is looking for backers for the world’s first immortality research center into neuroscience and human consciousness with the ultimate goal of transferring human minds into robots, extending human life indefinitely. The new venture sells itself: invest in his new research and development interest and the payoff could be immortality.
  78. 78. Will Transcendence Transcend Science Fiction? According to futurists, the Singularity will be the singular most important incident to ever unfold. The term describes technology’s version of a black hole: that incredible moment when artificial intelligence will surpass our own. Transcendence is the newest dystopian interpretation of this A.I. benchmark. The reviews have been less than glowing, but it still brings a pivotal question into sharp focus: Are we nearing true machine intelligence? Transcendence tells the story of a dying technology visionary, played by Johnny Depp, who uploads his brain to a computer right before he dies. The story takes place in the present, compelling many to question the possibility of an apocalyptic singularity to transpire. While the technology depicted in Transcendence is still very much science fiction, it alludes to some remarkable developments that are unfolding in the artificial intelligence community. http://www.idgconnect.com/blog-abstract/8320/will-transcendence-transcend-science-fiction IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2209764/, Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transcendence_%282014_film%29
  79. 79. Emerging Information Technology Innovations & Future Trends Big Data, Its Applications and Implications © 2017 - International Research Center Arizona Chapter Society for Information Management Arizona (SIM AZ)
  80. 80. Source: HP
  81. 81. http://www.deepwebtech.com/deepweb-not-darkweb/
  82. 82. http://baybusinesshelp.com/2016/06/13/every-60-seconds-internet-infographic/
  83. 83. Source: LNS Research
  84. 84. Source: LNS Research
  85. 85. Big Data Infrastructure Priorities
  86. 86. https://awsinsider.net/articles/2017/10/12/aw s-microsoft-deep-learning-gluon.aspx Source: AWSInsider.net 10/12/17
  87. 87. IBM Watson’s System Architecture
  88. 88. IBM Watson Analytics Editions and Pricing https://www.ibm.com/watson-analytics/pricing
  89. 89. Adoption Across the Analytics Spectrum
  90. 90. Advanced Analytics Maturity Path Source: Intel Corporation 2017
  91. 91. Emerging Information Technology Innovations & Future Trends Onward into the Future © 2017 - International Research Center Arizona Chapter Society for Information Management Arizona (SIM AZ)
  92. 92. Evolution of Top Global Brands 2006-2017
  93. 93. Source: GuthrieJensen (http://www.supplychain247.com/article/10_skills_you_need_to_master_in_2020/)
  94. 94. Digital Life in 2025 - More-Hopeful Theses • Information sharing over the Internet will be so effortlessly interwoven into daily life that it will become invisible, flowing like electricity, often through machine intermediaries. • The spread of the Internet will enhance global connectivity that fosters more planetary relationships and less ignorance. • The Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, and big data will make people more aware of their world and their own behavior. • Augmented reality and wearable devices will be implemented to monitor and give quick feedback on daily life, especially tied to personal health. • Political awareness and action will be facilitated and more peaceful change and public uprisings like the Arab Spring will emerge. • The spread of the ‘Ubernet’ will diminish the meaning of borders, and new ‘nations’ of those with shared interests may emerge and exist beyond the capacity of current nation-states to control. • The Internet will become ‘the Internets’ as access, systems, and principles are renegotiated. • An Internet-enabled revolution in education will spread more opportunities, with less money spent on real estate and teachers. Source: Pew Research Center, 3/14 http://www.pewinternet.org/2014/03/11/digital-life-in-2025/
  95. 95. Digital Life in 2025 - Less-Hopeful Theses • Dangerous divides between haves and have-nots may expand, resulting in resentment and possible violence. • Abuses and abusers will ‘evolve and scale.’ Human nature isn’t changing; there’s laziness, bullying, stalking, stupidity, pornography, dirty tricks, crime, and those who practice them have new capacity to make life miserable for others. • Pressured by these changes, governments and corporations will try to assert power and at times succeed as they invoke security and cultural norms. • People will continue sometimes grudgingly to make tradeoffs favoring convenience and perceived immediate gains over privacy; and privacy will be something only the upscale will enjoy. • Humans and their current organizations may not respond quickly enough to challenges presented by complex networks. • Most people are not yet noticing the profound changes today’s communications networks are already bringing about; these networks will be even more disruptive in the future. Advice: Make Good Choices Today • Foresight and accurate predictions can make a difference; ‘The best way to predict the future is to invent it. Source: Pew Research Center, 3/14 http://www.pewinternet.org/2014/03/11/digital-life-in-2025/
  96. 96. Integrated Global Futures Strategy Draft Source: The Millennium Project 2015 http://www.millennium-project.org/
  97. 97. Trending the Trends 2010-2017 Source: Deloitte (2017)
  98. 98. Source: Gartner (July 2017) Emerging Technologies Hype Cycle
  99. 99. Source: Frank Diana’s Blog on Our Emerging Future 2017 https://frankdiana.net/2017/09/20/a-future-thinking-canvas/ A Future Thinking Canvas
  100. 100. Emerging Information Technology Innovations & Future Trends Wednesday, November 15, 2017 At ASU University Club, Tempe, AZ Mark Goldstein, International Research Center PO Box 825, Tempe, AZ 85280-0825, Phone: 602-470-0389, markg@researchedge.com, http://www.researchedge.com/ Slide Deck Online at http://www.slideshare.net/markgirc © 2017 - International Research Center Arizona Chapter Society for Information Management Arizona (SIM AZ)

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