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My take on MIT's top 10 emerging technologies

Modeling surprise: They have long been working on this, I am yet to see when they will display their prototype.

My take: Dymystification of Dimensions and Interactive visualizations will lead to such tools. when disruption-aware pattern based monitoring will start feeding that engine, we will get data and reality-tools will emerge from all over the place.

Emergence of tools as such will in fact curb and contain the surprise elements by signalling about their occurrence in the future, in the present.

Probalility chips: Totally agree with Krishna.

My take: We need singular multi-tasking appliances and we will see innovation of chips. Also watch out for my other articles where I'll suggest why AMD may eventually have an upper hand, also there will be hoards of chipmakers (there are already).

Offline web apps:

My take: I call them "Optimizable Internet Appliances". We are looking at the Appliance 2.0 breed today. Software appliances, that is still packaged and carried across by all of us. Internet Appliances, the Appliances 3.0 stage will be indeed the connection between the web (via browser) and a device (via locationally reconfigurable hubs - meaning thin layer of SSO/SSL/VPN and session based management and you are up and running as-you-relax)

Alternative Fuels development - Cellulose enzymes, corn, maize, ...water eventually.

I am expecting eventually breaking up the H2 from the water and creating energy for everyone.

Reality mining - Real world web (Gartner's prediction)

My take - Real-Time Analysis. Today we rely, me heavily, on our "senses" to feel and understand the person on the other side. We will soon experience a lot of collisive convergence of human behaviour patterns and how they will "expose" ourselves. Scary.

Others are fun to read as well. See them all here...


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