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New Tech & Innovations - What's Ahead?
Next week, we will be in Las Vegas for the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) with over 100,000 participants and thousands of technology innovations, products and announcements from around the world. I am honored to be an accredited journalist/analyst at CES and report on the implications of announced new technologies on workplace learning, knowledge and content creation.
For several days, we will visit the press conferences, media briefings and exhibits to report to the readers of NOTES and our Learning COLLABORATIVE about the new tech that may shift, rock or disrupt our work and learning settings. And, we will be interviewing start up owners and executives of major tech companies about their plans for 2023. And, you are invited to help!
Here are a few of the technologies and topics that are featured at CES which we will investigate:
AI and Machine Learning in the Workplace
Wearable Technologies - Stress Monitoring, Guidance and Connections
Immersive Media: Displays, AR, VR, Simulation and Learning Elements
eSports: Implications of eSport and Gaming on Workplace Content
Storytelling Tech: Designing and Sharing Stories in a Wow Fashion
Curation and Content Design Tech
Brain and Cognitive Science Technologies
Health, Wellness and Fitness
Work from Home and Hybrid Work Tech
Next Wave of Virtual Meetings and Engagement Tech
Facial Recognition in the Workplace
Generational Technologies: From Youth to Seniors
and many, many more
We will provide update reports in NOTES and will publish a video summary of our findings at the end of week at CES. You will be able to find access them for free at www.masie.com after January 8th.
For those of you not familiar with CES, it is intriguing as many of the new technology innovations you will never see in the marketplace - they either won’t make it to fruition or the funding will end or the product just doesn’t “work”. And, this is not a show focusing on. Talent or Learning systems. The tech at CES is broader and may have powerful impacts on how people or organizations work, collaborate, create/share content, play, commute and more. To get a sense of the energy of CES, watch this short video from the show producers to get a sense of the vibe we will explore in Las Vegas next week:
So, please send me a note with the types of technologies you would like us to add to our interviews and explorations at CES next week. Just send me an email to email@example.com or add a comment below:
Yours in Learning,
MASIE Learning Foundation
MASIE Learning Collaborative