Put the beer down. You are being stalked and tracked everywhere you go, and it’s gradually dawning upon the rest of us just how big of a problem this really is.
I’m talking about the risk to our Privacy. The right not to be tracked to the pub, or have our personal information leveraged beyond its primary use without our consent, either as an individual, as a community, as a city, or as a society as a whole.
You are being tracked everywhere you go by many companies, data brokers, and hackers. If we thought about comparing real-world tracking vs…
Freedom through trade relations
A positive outcome from the pandemic is that it gave rise to new ways of doing business, connecting through global networks, innovating the future of trade, money & society 🖖💸
Technology enables us to mobilize the planet’s resources and bring together human ingenuity to fight this and future crises. The value of trade and globalization in fighting this and future crises needs further promotion and support.
Despite some governments not getting along, externally as well as internally, it doesnt always mean people don’t get along. It’s actually on the contrary so its paramount to rise above…
Mycelia networks, the internet beneath our feet, around us and inside us could hold the secret for designing self-healing networks.
Fungi are predominantly made up of “mycelium” — an underground decentralized intelligence network described by Paul Stamets as “earth’s natural internet.”
It’s as complicated as bitcoin is a living system constantly changing based on environmental stimuli, a moving target unlikely to ever be hit.
2020 in review, has been the most edutainment year in history. It’s the year the world went mad.
It’s the year of experts
We became philosophical in the midst of a common threat
moving from pandemic to plandemic
But not before the panic buying set in
Most of us leveled up our domestic skills
Zoom became a verb
We learnt about PPE and some participated in its trade
And what it means when global supply chains are over clocked, then failed multiple stress tests
and exposed the cracks in our political systems
demonstrating that global connectedness is a positive thing…
Asset Management is like peas on your plate …. 🍽🥦 It’s probably better not to keep pushing them around the plate. At some point, it needs to be dealt with … 🙄 and it’s prudent to manage your assets in a way that allows you to maintain the most optimal operations and maintenance solution, to sweat your assets with a level of acceptable risk to the organisation while extracting the most value as possible. But you can not afford to do this blindly, remember that the truth is in the data.
In my opinion in this day and age, Data…
💣 What do black swans, ICT systems, events, and psychology have in common?
Unpredictable surprises, causing massive impact, subjecting us all to hindsight bias.
Most people expect all swans to be white because that’s what their experience tells them; a black swan is therefore by definition a surprise. In my experience having worked with various legacy ICT systems across enterprise and government, I can confirm that systems can be just as unpredictable and a surprise as much as people and events of unpredictable great impact.
As ICT postmortems go, the best value is derived from other people’s surprise outages and…
Patterns in nature are telling us more than what we see…
Nature has a fascinating way of arranging itself. You can see the patterns in nature if you pay attention. What is outside of us is also inside of us..
Patterns are an outward manifestation of an ordered structure and are clues as to how things are organised and connected.
A kaleidoscope of visual patterns surrounds us everyday. From ❄️ snowflakes, 🌲 trees branching, ⚡️ lightning, and 🌿 ferns (fractals), to pine cones, 🍍 pineapples, 🌪hurricanes (spirals), to patterns on 🦒 a giraffe, 🌽 corn on the cob, 🐝🍯 honeycombs…
The irony of a pandemic …
We are humanity, the foreign virus originating as cells dividing and multiplying over hundreds of centuries grafting ourselves to Mother Earth as she helps incubate our evolution into a symbiotic relationship, co-existing but often we take more than what we give.
Change is imminent. The cracks in current society were emerging as we struggle to maintain now legacy governance models, systems that we are clearly outgrowing, no longer suitable to scale with the evolution of modern society and held together fragilely with band-aids.
At times we have proven to be the adolescent rat bags…
The lifeline we need may be in robots to support (not replace) front line staff in times of chaos and crisis, helping mitigate risks and reduce human burnout. There are situations where its wiser to send a robot than risk a human life especially to aid disaster recovery efforts and more so where there may be environmental contamination posing a risk to humans.
As an example, UBTech is a company already deploying robots to help on the front lines to tackle COVID-19 through thermal temperature detection to help spot fevers and identify potentially infected persons through asking questions, disinfecting public…