If you want to become more anticipatory, buy yourself the time to respond, develop your change muscle, and increase the quality of your strategy development, here are the scenario prompts for 23 March 2023. If you want to develop your own scenario prompts, go here.
Skin on a chip, collaboration, technology trends short term and long term, AI, magnonics, basic income, smart bandages, fungi computing, AI in the metaverse and 100-day planning.
Fungi computers, how cool. What else is possible? Hard? Soft? Impact? Threat? Opportunity? Where on the pendulum?
Skin-on-a-chip: Modeling an innervated epidermal-like layer on a microfluidic chip
Researcher presented a three-dimensional, innervated epidermal keratinocyte layer on a microfluidic chip to create a sensory neuron-epidermal keratinocyte co-culture model.
From Politeness to Partnership: Embracing Conflict Drives Effective Collaboration
That is why we invented Bookbuzz. See https://www.ronimmink.com/bookbuzz/
10 new technology trends in 2023: key tech to watch
The usual trends and digital immune systems.
What has feelings?
As the power of AI grows, we need to have evidence of its sentience. That is why we must return to the minds of animals. Also read https://www.ronimmink.com/beyond-human-intelligence/
Technology over the long run: See how dramatically the world can change within a lifetime
Increasingly rapid innovation, and technology that has become increasingly powerful. Read https://www.ronimmink.com/technology-vs-humanity-coming-clash-man-machine/
Magnon-based computation could signal computing paradigm shift
Magnonics is an engineering subfield that aims to advance information technologies when it comes to speed, device architecture, and energy consumption.
The World’s Biggest Guaranteed Income Trial Will Launch in India This Year
The trial will take place in Tamil Nadu, the country’s southernmost state and its seventh-most populous with 81.5 million people.
New ‘smart’ bandages can monitor and medicate chronic wounds
It is made of flexible and stretchy polymer embedded with electronic chips, biosensors, and a layer of medication
The rise of ‘wetware’: the strange world of fungi-computers
Mushroom computers use a network of living organisms to perform computational tasks. These organisms, it turns out, are highly adaptable and can form complex networks in difficult or impossible ways for traditional computers.
Practical Guide to AI in the Metaverse
We are entering the exponential age of humanity
100-day planning and coaching. why and how you can reach your goals
A plug for our service. The steps to the future are always done in 100-day plans.