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How the sharing economy will develop in 2015

How the sharing economy will develop in 2015 | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
The sharing economy has grown exponentially in the past few years to the point where it has impacted nearly all industries.

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miracletrain 夢想驛站's curator insight, December 22, 2014 6:40 AM

The unstoppable rise of the Sharing Economy, it could be the Internet's most divisive revolution.

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Featuring yours truly in the logistics bit.

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Hawking: AI could end human race

Hawking: AI could end human race | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
"We cannot quite know what will happen if a machine exceeds our own intelligence, so we can't know if we'll be infinitely helped by it, or ignored by it and sidelined, or conceivably destroyed by it," he says.
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Meanwhile... we focus on less important issues. Let's talk ethics, for example.

#important issues to solve

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We will see these street signs from the future very soon

We will see these street signs from the future very soon | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it

solutSigns From the Near Future—a Tumblr that features photoshopped images that show the upcoming consequences of technology development—has quickly become one of my favorite blogs. Some of the street signs are genius— I have no doubt that we will see them in the very near future.

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Absolutely fantastic!

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'Met drie dagen werken, neem je je leven in eigen hand'

'Met drie dagen werken, neem je je leven in eigen hand' | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
We hoeven nog maar drie dagen te werken en worden de regisseur van ons eigen leven, schrijven futurologen Reinier Castelein, Erik Hallers, Adjiedj ...
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Article en néerlandais sur l'avenir du travail : moins moins moins, mais sans que le temps qui devient disponible soit du "temps libre". Car nous allons utiliser ce temps pour organiser nos vies : jardins, troc, petits boulots, imprimantes 3D, ... : si on doit croire l'article de ce futurologue, trendwatcher  et consultants néerlandais, on passera le reste de notre temps pour gérer notre vie.

A lire. Extrait.

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"Wat is er aan de hand? Voor steeds meer werk worden robots en computers ingezet. Kunstmatige intelligentie maakt het menselijk handelen simpeler. De economische groei vaart er wel bij, maar de formele arbeidsmarkt stagneert. Veel banen staan op de tocht, zelfs in intellectuele beroepen dreigt werkloosheid. Als gevolg hiervan daalt de inzet van arbeid in de formele economie sterk. In de jaren zestig van de vorige eeuw werd de vijfdaagse werkweek ingevoerd. Nu is 36 of zelfs 32 uur per week de norm. De trend naar 24 uur per week is een zekerheid van de toekomst.

Zelf energie produceren
De gevolgen hiervan zijn aanzienlijk. De resterende vier dagen van de week kunnen niet met de term 'vrije tijd' worden aangeduid. Want in die vrije tijd produceert de consument zelf de energie die hij verbruikt. Met 3D-printers ontwerpt en maakt hij de producten die hij van waarde acht. Hij is in staat zelf groenten en fruit te telen die passen bij zijn persoonlijke behoeften. Hij is opdrachtgever van de bouw van zijn eigen woning en waakt zo mogelijk zelf over zijn gezondheid. " 

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The Battle for Power on the Internet: Bruce Schneier at TEDxCambridge 2013

Bruce Schneier gives us a glimpse of the future of the internet, and shares some of the context we should keep in mind, and the insights we need to understan...
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"Who will win, the quick or the strong?" - INteresting TEDtalk by Bruce Schneier on the future of the Internet, and society. "We will have to balance the differences in power", and although that is true for any imbalanced power, it sounds right in this context.

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A Global Look At The Future of Work | The Aristocracy of HR

A Global Look At The Future of Work | The Aristocracy of HR | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it

One thing is for sure: we will have to rethink the role of work and rewarding work sooner than later. And it will be tough, but it may also create new opportunities.

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"HR will have to transform more rapidly in the next 10 years than it has the past thirty to keep up with societal and technological advances should Ms. Popcorn’s predictions hold true. Will there be whole HR departments run by robots in 2025? I don’t think so, but do I believe that we will see more and more outsourcing of functions that are better delivered by technology or people specifically dedicated to that one function? Yes.  As far as the talent goes, we are all reported to be free agents by 2025 and solely responsible for marketing ourselves to companies for work. The idea that there are no more defined roles within an organization filled with professionals with a finite set of skills creates complexities for recruitment teams and every other facet of HR as we know it today."

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the-future-of-work-evidence-report.pdf

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The future of work in the UK, a February 2014 report

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Denise Cheng | hiDenise

Denise Cheng | hiDenise | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
MIT THESIS
Reading between the lines: Blueprints for a worker support infrastructure in the emerging peer economy
“Technologies that change society are technologies that change interactions between...
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Peer economy, sharing economy and the future of work: thesis by Denise Cheng (download). Excerpt.

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"“The excitement that I have observed around the peer economy—even when it is naïve—is a recognition that now is a chance to do things better.”"

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Email Your Luggage To Destination & 3D-Print Everything You Need For The Trip - DesignTAXI.com

Email Your Luggage To Destination & 3D-Print Everything You Need For The Trip - DesignTAXI.com | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
Can you imagine a world in the future where physical objects can be sent via the internet like music and images? In fact, current 3D-printing...
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"Imagine design as just data" ? Intriguing project: send your luggage in an e-mail and find it 3-D printed upon arrival....

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