dsanchezbote:

Social Network Activity, mobile vs desktop vía @yoriento

dsanchezbote:

Social Network Activity, mobile vs desktop vía @yoriento

The Web will be the single most foundational aspect of people’s lives in 2025. People’s companion devices — the 2025 equivalent of today’s phones and tablets — will be the first thing they touch in the morning and the last thing they put down to sleep. In fact, some people will go so far as to have elements of their devices embedded. The AI-mediated, goggle-channeled social interactions of the near future will be as unlike what we are doing today, as today’s social Web is to what came before. The ephemeralization of work by AI and bots will signal the outer boundary of the industrial age, when we first harnessed the power of steam and electricity to amplify and displace human labor, and now we see that culminating in a possible near-zero workforce. We have already entered the post-normal, where the economics of the late industrial era have turned inside out, where the complexity of interconnected globalism has led to uncertainty of such a degree that it is increasing impossible to find low-risk paths forward, or to even determine if they exist. A new set of principles is needed to operate in the world that the Web made, and we’d better figure them out damn fast. My bet is that the cure is more Web: a more connected world. But one connected in different ways, for different ends, and not as a way to prop up the mistakes and inequities of the past, but instead as a means to answer the key question of the new age we are barreling into: What are people for?

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teamlabs:

A Taxonomy of Innovation
Harvard Business Review ha publicado esta taxonomía de la innovación basada en la metodología de “human-centered design” del Luma Institute. Son 36 herramientas que proponen como toolbox para afrontar retos de innovación con el enfoque del desgin thinking y el diseño centrado en la experiencia de usuario.

teamlabs:

A Taxonomy of Innovation

Harvard Business Review ha publicado esta taxonomía de la innovación basada en la metodología de “human-centered design” del Luma Institute. Son 36 herramientas que proponen como toolbox para afrontar retos de innovación con el enfoque del desgin thinking y el diseño centrado en la experiencia de usuario.

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Estatua Averroes

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Estatua Averroes

Different Kinds Of Workers Need Different Kinds Of Workspaces

stoweboyd:

Canon Australia worked with Puzzle Partners to observe how workers actually used their old workplace, ethnographically. What they discovered led them to reject a pure Activity-Based Working (ABW) arrangement, where no employee ‘owns’ or has an assigned workstation.

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Instead, the ABW…

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Denarios

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Denarios

How can the public learn the role of algorithms in their daily lives, evaluating the law and ethicality of systems like the Facebook NewsFeed, search engines, or airline booking systems?

How can research on algorithms proceed without access to the algorithm?

What is the algorithm doing for a particular person?

How should we usefully visualize it?

How do people make sense of the algorithm?

What do users really need to know about algorithms?

milleiro:

Charla de Ricardo Villa y parte del equipo de Lab RTVE, que de un tiempo a esta parte vienen haciendo un genial trabajo con contenidos line, siendo unos de los referentes en España. Recomendable.