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What Will Be: How the World of Information Will Change Our Lives

de Michael L. Dertouzos

Altres autors: Bill Gates (Pròleg)

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Michael Dertouzos has been an insightful commentator and an active participant in the creation of the Information Age.Now, in What Will Be, he offers a thought-provoking and entertaining vision of the world of the next decade -- and of the next century. Dertouzos examines the impact that the following new technologies and challenges will have on our lives as the Information Revolution progresses: all the music, film and text ever produced will be available on-demand in our own homes your "bodynet" will let you make phone calls, check email and pay bills as you walk down the street advances in telecommunication will radically alter the role of face-to-face contact in our lives global disparities in infrastructure will widen the gap between rich and poor surgical mini-robots and online care will change the practice of medicine as we know it. Detailed, accessible and visionary, What Will Be  is essential for Information Age revolutionaries and technological neophytes alike.… (més)
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  pszolovits | Feb 3, 2021 |
The best thing Mr. Dertouzos does in this book is introduce a useful paradigm in which to view the digital future. His initial description of (and continual references to) "the Information Marketplace," offers the most complete and concrete metaphor for the Digital Age. This is an example anyone can uderstand and use. His specifics, however, will leave many readers disappointed. It isn't that he's wrong, it's that constant media hype on innovations has made his examples familiar and a little stale. Strongly recommended for the technical novice, but a miss for those already online. ( )
  Kaethe | Jul 15, 2008 |
I have never found a book harder to finish -- not because it is uninteresting as much as it is disgusting. Let us hope that this is not what will be. The author has witnessed every step of the computer revolution from ENIAC to the Web Consortium. He sees a world where intelligent machines do everything for us (much like in the Jetsons), where we wear a full cast of instruments, and where we are always accessible to everyone. That is not so much disturbing as the opinion that this is all "improvement." I doubt that in my lifetime everything in my home will understand what I say. ( )
  jpsnow | May 26, 2008 |
This was a Great book of what could be in the world of technology. There are various discussions of 'future' technology and why they will or won't happen. My favorite of these was the phone/email viewer - its like wearing a pair of glasses and each time you pass by a phone booth, it uploads your email and you can read it right there on the lens. Or if you get a call, the lens shows you who its from and you can decide whether to take the call or not. You can also send email out using some sort of connection to your fingers (not a keyboard) and just 'air' type and then send it when you're near a phone booth. The phone booth would need to be like a wireless hotspot so that this will work. This book discusses search engines and spiders...However, this book was published not long after the WWW came about so a lot of the info that was useful then, will be outdated now. Still, its a good book to read to learn some background info. ( )
  tkdgirlms | Jan 28, 2006 |
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Michael Dertouzos has been an insightful commentator and an active participant in the creation of the Information Age.Now, in What Will Be, he offers a thought-provoking and entertaining vision of the world of the next decade -- and of the next century. Dertouzos examines the impact that the following new technologies and challenges will have on our lives as the Information Revolution progresses: all the music, film and text ever produced will be available on-demand in our own homes your "bodynet" will let you make phone calls, check email and pay bills as you walk down the street advances in telecommunication will radically alter the role of face-to-face contact in our lives global disparities in infrastructure will widen the gap between rich and poor surgical mini-robots and online care will change the practice of medicine as we know it. Detailed, accessible and visionary, What Will Be  is essential for Information Age revolutionaries and technological neophytes alike.

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