Just as railroads, electricity, and automobiles reshaped the world in the 19th and 20th centuries, the 21st century is being reshaped by ubiquitous networks of cheap, smart devices. We’ve discussed the technological trends enabling and advancing new paradigms like the “Internet of Everything” and “decentralized computing.” Now we take a look at the behavioral implications of these trends as they transform who we are and how we organize our civilization. What are some of the key threats and opportunities now emerging? How are they likely to evolve? Who will benefit? We’ll provide the answers.
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