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10 Future Mobile Trends for CIOs to Consider Today

Posted in Business, Change, CIO, Disruptive Technology, Mobile

At the end of March, I’ll be traveling to Hong Kong to deliver a keynote presentation at SingTel’s CIO Day 2012. In preparation for the talk, I recently reviewed Cisco’s Global Data Traffic Forecast Update for 2012-2016. Here are ten interesting facts CIO’s need to be contemplating today: 1. Monthly global mobile data will surpass…


Shedding Some Light on the Coming Genomic Revolution

Posted in Aging Services, Agriculture, Cancer, Disruptive Technology, Exponential Executive, Future, Futurist, Genomics, Health Care, History, Impossible, TED Talks

Twenty-two hundred years ago, you needed to work 50 hours to buy an hour of light from a sesame oil lantern. Today, to purchase an hour of an even cleaner and brighter light, it takes the average person about half a second. Such is the nature of technological progress. Yet, I think we can all…


Bestill My Beating Heart: The Future is Cheap

Posted in Disruptive Technology, Future, Futurist, Health Care, Healthcare Futurist

David Albert has created an ECG out of the iPhone 4. What is so amazing is that his device costs only $100–a fraction of what hospital-grade ECG’s cost. Undoubtedly, traditional manufacturers of ECG’s will argue Albert’s device isn’t good enough but, if you watch the video below, I think you’ll disagree. For years, people have…


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