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Twisting the news – 29th edition

In cappuccino on January 7, 2016 at 6:53 pm

source: dezeen.com

I personally believe design can save the world. No, not only beauty, but also coherence. Ikea designing refugee shelters for example. Can design save the world? No, not save it, but make it a better place. Alright, but can it save Kodak? Actually, it looks pretty nice.  Read the rest of this entry »


Twisting the news – 28th edition

In cappuccino on January 6, 2016 at 9:58 am

I’m not yet done discussing trends, but first, I’m going to leave you with a few examples of how the trends mentioned yesterday are already happening, and later on we’re going to discuss some other trends.

We’ve previously mentioned AI, and this is what is already happening at CES 2016: “Machine learning systems are getting upgraded with personalized interfaces that enable people to naturally communicate to accomplish tasks and even have simulated conversations. AIpowered algorithms and contextual understanding allow these platforms to more intimately know their users over time, enabling responsive recommendations and predictive actions. ” (source: PSFK report). Also, I’ve been playing with this which is an AI algorithm that predicts your age, etc. There’s one from Microsoft too: Project Oxford. It seems humans have a new toy, and they are invisible robots, algorithms as we call them.

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