Management Information Systems - By Year 2020

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Management Information Systems - By Year 2020

  1. 1. Where will Information Technology lead us over the next decade? Margaret Dischler MIS 7650
  2. 2. I. Introduction II. Scope and Definitions III. A Morning in 2023 IV. Technology Enablers of the Future V. Examples of Transformational Effects VI. Considerations VII. Q&A
  3. 3.  Scope  Ubiquitous Computing • Mark Weiser 1952 - 1999 • Invented the computer mouse • Invented the modern interface for Windows/Mac • Coined the term “Ubiquitous Computing”
  4. 4.  Transistors  Wireless Internet  Wireless Electricity  Speech Recognition Software  Constantly Evolving Interfaces  Artificial Intelligence
  5. 5. Transistors  What are Transistors and what do they do?  Moore’s Law and Quantum Physics  What is Nanotechnology?  When is small too small?  Alternatives to the silicon transistor
  6. 6. Wireless Electricity  Nikola Tesla  WiTricity  Intel  NASA
  7. 7.  Speech Recognition Software  Visual Interfaces  Internet Glasses  Internet Contacts  Ubiquitous Augmented Reality  Internet-enabled walls  Wearable Interfaces  Catoms YouTube Demo
  8. 8.  Artificial Intelligence  Progress (or not) – 2 AI “Winters”  Heuristics – “top down” common sense  Intelligent Agents – niche function  Machine Translation (MT) – language  Areas of Anticipated Growth  AI: Three’s A Charm?
  9. 9.  Health and Medicine  Safety and Security  Convenience  The Elderly in Japan  Other Areas of Growth
  10. 10.  Exciting Future  Serious considerations regarding privacy  Collectivism in business – Porter’s 6th Force? NOT  Information Overload  Moore’s Law – New Player Vs.

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