If New Zealand does not see technology as a key strategic initiative, I fear that New Zealand could become a Kodak moment.
That the robot I get in to help me around the house is staring at me when I wake up.
That we will see data being used to prevent illness and allow people to life healthier fuller lives.
In 2038, instead of motorised skateboards we will have hover boards, more people working less, our world will be more connected so I don’t even need to go to the supermarket, my toilet will collect the data and based on that my fridge will cook my meal based on what my body needs.
I do the usual posting with FB and constantly use LinkedIn to continue to build the FinTech ecosystem, however I need to work on my social media presence.
Although I work in the tech sector, I believe things will be all right so don’t worry to much about my information. Every time I go to the US I get stopped, apparently James Brown is a common name.
I hope that we create a time machine as there's so many things to see and do, people to meet etc.
Not all of us – that would just be wrong.
This could be a deep question. If you look at Westworld we could be in a simulation and we would not know, however someone has plans for us.
I don’t agree with the concept of designer babies, however, I think if we have the technology to give a limb back, then why not? And what about all our info being stored in our eyes so when we want to pay for something we just look at it?
I am not the best sleeper, so I tend to go to bed when I am actually tired or I am up to date with Suits, Westworld, Black Mirror etc.
New Zealand is a small place, however we need to continue to build our ecosystem. No one person has the answers, however together we can overcome and achieve more.
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