i in the Sky is a collection of essays by more than 40 experts, including such leading writers as Charles Handy, Don Tapscott, and Kevin Warwick, giving their personal vision of the future of information. Information here is given its widest meaning and includes such subjects as the Internet, electronic commerce, cybernetics, robotics, artificial intelligence, and even computers as fashion accessories. Information as phenomenon pervades all areas of life, and its evolution has consequences for everyone. Many of the essays have as their central themes the future of computer intelligence; library and information services; interactive Internet marketing; networked learning in higher education; the linking of technology enabling remote and online communication to the deconstruction of the modern corporation; artificial intelligence; scholarly communication; smart houses; intelligent appliances; etc.Although Odette hated to admit it, pretending to be a falcon for a couple of weeks didna#39;t sound so bad. It couldna#39;t be worse than pretending to be that French maid for her last boyfriend, or that diabolical three weeks in Ibiza 18-30s. ... No problem. And so the training began. a#39;If any team is successful at grabbing a memory during the trial week, a#39; Henrik informed the testing teams, a#39;they will be given ouranbsp;...
|Title||:||i in the Sky|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2012-11-12|