Something really big happened in the world’s wiring in the last decade, but it was obscured by the financial crisis and post-9/11. We went from a connected world to a hyperconnected world. I’m always struck that Facebook, Twitter, 4G, iPhones, iPads, high-speech broadband, ubiquitous wireless and Web-enabled cellphones, the cloud, Big Data, cellphone apps and Skype did not exist or were in their infancy a decade ago.
So, what has happened in this past decade of 2011-2020?
Social media, cloud computing, and artificial intelligence radically changed our day-to-day lives. iPads, smartwatches, fitness trackers, true wireless earphones, electric cars—the list of innovations from this decade is a long one. Sci-fi tropes like universal translators and virtual reality games became very real. According to Flock.com
Mobile upgraded from 3G to 4G networks, Social Media Brought Our Lives Online, The Dawn of Genomics and Precision Medicine, Electric vehicles (EVs) became competitive with internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles, Data storage moved to the cloud From Global X ETFs
What to expect?
5G becomes the new wireless standard, Cloud moves to the edge, Transportation goes electric, autonomous, and shared, Robotics enters new industries, Omnichannel-commerce: Not a zero-sum game between e-commerce and brick-and-mortar, Health care goes digital: AI diagnoses and telemedicine, Genomics: The potential to cure the previously incurable
From Global X ETFs
Maybe it’s good to cut-off and get back to being PRESENT:
Going electric with “Cute Circuit – Wearable Technology“
The History of LED fashion technology:
Katie Perry wore something to the 2010 Met Gala — a little awkward.
Nicole wore the CuteCircuit Twitter Dress in 2012
— taking tweets all night long.
Claire Danes wore Zac Posen’s LED dress to the Met Gala in 2016
It’s different, unique and not something that dievca is wearing for Master any time soon.