Pinpointing This Week: Disruption Is Here.

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There has been more change in the last 50 years than in all of our human history (economics, agriculture, technology, environment, etc..). Although we tend to have a mostly linear view of technological progress rather than an exponential view, if we use the above metric, in the next 100 years we won’t experience 100 years of technological progress, at today’s rate we’ll experience 20,000 years’ worth. Pretty heady stuff right?

There are now 7.2 billion people on the planet; 3.65 billion of them have access to smartphones and the internet, and around 2.1 billion have social media accounts – we’re going to take a dive into some of the biggest social stats you need to be aware of to inform your omni-channel strategy. The first generation of DAC’s (Distributed Autonomous Corporations) that run without the need for human governance and operate M2M (machine to machine) or M2C (machine to consumer), are no longer the stuff of fiction; is this the new future of work? We are bigger than the planet we live on and it’s a problem, but if we really want to solve some of the biggest issues of our time, where’s the best place to start? All this and more…

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