The evolution of computing platforms, with the interaction of hardware, software, and interfaces, is extending the reach of the original formulation of Moore's law. 3D chips, quantum computing, speech recognition, gesture recognition, conversational interfaces are appearing, and create a necessary premise to the next generation of smart objects constituting the Internet of Things.
This presentation was delivered on May 3, 2012, in Milan, at the "Our Future Is Now" conference held by the Singularity University, with the organization and sponsorship of Intesa Sanpaolo.
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The Future of Computing And the Internet of Things
David Orban European Advisor, Singularity University
Fred Armitage William Gibson The future is already here. It is just not evenly distributed yet
Geordie Rose If computers could learn, grow and evolve the same way humans can, the world would be a much better place
A Granular World ≈ 109 IPv4 ≈ 1038 IPv6 ≈ 1080 Atoms
Network Evolution Generation Isotropy Access Web data knowledge Web 2.0 applications social Spimes sensors world
Necessary Autonomy Platform Orders of magnitude ≈ 108 PCs ≈ 109 Mobiles ~ Humans Spimes > 1012
Changing Dialog Generation Bandwidth M2M Index Industrial apps Kb/s 1% Realtime Web Mb/s 10% Spime Networks Gb/s 99%+ M2M index: M2M/M2H, communications among machine in proportion to those with humans
Leandro Agrò Every object must be smart