padding: 0 5px; padding-right: 30px; In this role, she explores emerging technologies from outside the world of telecommunications to create an understanding of what is coming, and then to communicate that vision so that Nokia and … display: inline; PSE-3 is ideal for service providers and webscale companies looking to push the limits of their optical networks and … Really great, right? padding: 16px 30px; But this is the kind of thing that’s happening. But necessity being the mother of invention, because we don’t have those social connections in person, we’re moving those social connections into these digital areas and I think that’s gonna stick. } width: 100% !important; Subscribe to the podcast wherever podcasts are found or listen to past interviews at, Tristan Harris and Aza Raskin, The Center for Humane Technology. So we’re really looking at about 2022 for the foundation, and you can really think of this as the third internet. Here, we examine the human side of emerging technologies, considering the endless possibilities they bring and the complex challenges that they may bring. This is really the beginning of what’s called the spatial internet, and the idea that where you are, you can get information and entertainment that merges into the physical reality of the place around you. src: url('') format('embedded-opentype'), LS: Yeah, you can talk to your kid about all this today. overflow-y: scroll; } A concept pioneered by Nokia Bell Labs, PCS pushes optical performance up against the Shannon limit, the maximum possible information transfer rate. Hainsworth spent 18 years at BNN, and as Senior Anchor distilled the day’s most important financial and technology stories into understandable and engaging reports for 2.2 million viewers on the network and the CTV Evening News nation-wide. box-sizing: border-box; Employees are turning to video games. } min-width: 400px; They actually see it becoming a sliding scale. } Yeah, the latest version. So Niantic was saying that the basic work that needs to be done to create this spatial internet is actually that 3D mapping of as much of the external world as possible, and also interior spaces too, but that’s a whole other challenge. } This ultimately moves to the idea is normal looking AR glasses. Then the mobile phone came along and the convenience factor was substantial enough that the general public started to adopt the concept of online dating. So you’re wearing something that does actually cover your eyes, but it’s actually giving you a video of the world around you. @font-face { margin-left: 3.5em !important; I wonder if it’s a similar sort of scenario here where the general public is starting to see the benefits of these technologies that were generally reserved for your 13-year-old kid or a nerd boy like me who’s got a VR headset.