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What’s next for the web?

Sogeti Labs
April 01, 2014

5 thoughts on “What’s next for the web?

  1. Haha are you that visual programmed, that the one thing you get out of this post is a association with a brain? That’s only the picture, which was just a random result searching for web3.0 images.
    No I’m saying that we will increasingly live in a personal cloud with adaptive services and devices that anticipate our intentions and behavior.

  2. So you are saying personal brain clouds ? Every person shoud/could have online ? That will give personal/empathic suggestions you could act upon ?

  3. 1) Without the brain, yes, 2) not only online but always-on and especially triggered by events in psychical world, 3) and yes.

  4. It is always good to visualize:
    In ten years from now, you will enter your house after a long day of work and when you sit down, your refreshing drink is already there waiting for you. It is perfectly customized to your physical needs, supplementing you with the exact mixture of nutrients you need after the work you have done. And while you drink it, the food printer receives its orders, derived from the big data-pool of your physical systems. Diner will be ready in minutes…
    If you like a dark twist, you can imagine A Brave New Matrix, injecting all our food, drink and air with exactly those chemicals we ‘need’ to stay obedient and content… Our refrigerator as prison guard.
    IoT, ubiquitos computing, big data, nanotech, bio- and neuro-feedback, the cloud, quantum computing, etcetera, they all have broad and deep implications even when you consider them alone. If you try to imagine what transformation these developments may bring about when they integrate, which they will and are already doing, your head might start to spin.
    These developments are not following a linear path, but show signs of exponentiality. I think we are in for a steep slope…

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