The Social Media Universe: 2018 [visualcapitalist.com]

  From DSC: Thanks to Mike Matthews for his item on LinkedIn for this.    

“FDA approves HoloLens powered medical AR system” + 4 other XR-related items

FDA approves HoloLens powered medical augmented reality system — from by Richard Devine HoloLens might be about to make surgical procedures a whole lot different. […]

DC: Voice continues to pick up steam — “Smart speakers hit critical mass in 2018 [Perez]

Smart speakers hit critical mass in 2018 — from techcrunch.com by Sarah Perez Excerpt (emphasis DSC): We already know Alexa had a good Christmas — […]

“5 influencers predict AI’s impact on business in 2019” [Crandell ] + 4 other AI-related items

5 influencers predict AI’s impact on business in 2019 — from martechadvisor.com by Christine Crandell Excerpt: With Artificial Intelligence (AI) already proving its worth to […]

Why should anyone believe Facebook anymore? [Vogelstein]

Why should anyone believe Facebook anymore? — from wired.com by Fred Vogelstein Excerpt: Just since the end of September, Facebook announced the biggest security breach in its […]

The promises/possibilities — and yet the pitfalls/issues — regarding various XR-related technologies

On one hand XR-related technologies show some promise and possibilities…   The AR Cloud will infuse meaning into every object in the real world — […]

Five Hacks for Google Forms

Do you use Google Forms? Every educator I know relies on Google Forms in some way for projects or assignments. You can see a list […]

How long before voice drives most appliances, thermostats, etc? [Christian]

From DSC: How long before voice drives most appliances, thermostats, etc? Hisense is bringing Android and AI smarts to its 2019 TV range — from […]

Hey bot, what’s next in line in chatbot technology? [Bellary] | “Are bots the new apps?”

Hey bot, what’s next in line in chatbot technology? — from blog.engati.com by Imtiaz Bellary Excerpts: Scenario 1: Are bots the new apps? Scenario 2: […]

Reflections on “Google Glass wasn’t a failure. It raised crucial concerns.” [Eveleth]

Google Glass wasn’t a failure. It raised crucial concerns. — from wired.com by Rose Eveleth Excerpts: So when Google ultimately retired Glass, it was in reaction to an […]

The benefits of using minimalism in digital learning

The term ‘minimalism’ emerged during the 1960s to describe a visual art style where the focus is on simplicity. In 1964, minimal artist Frank Stella […]

What Blockchain Could Mean for the Future of Journalism [Dossett]

What Blockchain Could Mean for the Future of Journalism — from mediablog.prnewswire.com by Julian Dossett   Excerpt: The digital era has utterly changed the way […]

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