Kelly, Kevin. 2017. The Inevitable: Understanding the 12 Technological Forces That Will Shape Our Future.
Please answer the question of Chapter 7.
Also, I need to talk about the story of Chapter 7. Summarize Chapter 7, and give me some information for presentation.
Chapter 7: Filtering
- Why ltering is inevitable? Are you feel overwhelmed by the \Library of Everything” and \In nite hall of options”?
- What traditional ltering methods are discussed in the book? What do you use for ltering in your daily life for information and choices?
- In a age of \abundance” and \free”, what is neither abundant nor free?
- Use one or two examples to discuss how does a \recommendation engine” work?
- What are the consequences if you only \encounter things perfectly matched to you at that moment”? What is a \ lter bubble”? Why over- ltering could be dangerous?
- What are the three components of the \ideal lter” discussed in the book?
- How do you like the idea of \personal avatar” or \Universal You” that has your personal pro le and could be accessed by all service? What are the bene ts it could o er? Do you have any concerns about it?
- What is in scarcity in a time of supper abundance? How tech companies use’s people’s attention to make money? Why experience and penalization become invaluable?
Chapter 8: Remixing
- Why the author thinks remixing is a source of economic growth, technology innovation, and digital economy?
- What makes the remixing of digital media forms easy? Are you a content (vlog, twitter, fan c, etc.) creator? What motivate you to create those contents?
- What does the author mean by \screen uency”? How the author compares making Youtube clips with Hollywood movies?
- What is \text literacy”? And \visual literacy”? Google/YouTube now allows you search with in a video and provide summary of movies, why that is important for visual literacy?
- What does Fei-Fei Li, director of the Stanford Arti cial Intelligence Laboratory mean by saying \I consider the pixel data in images and video to be the dark matter of the Internet,” \We are now starting to illuminate it”?
- What are the two \Gutenberg-like” transformations that reshaping moving images?
- How remixing con icts with traditional ideas of property and ownership? What should the new laws favor in a world of remixing?
- If you were the author of Harry Porter, should you worry about remixing of your work? Why or why not?
Chapter 9: Interacting
- What does it mean by \VR was that close enough was not close enough”? What changed this problem?
- What bene ts VR can o er and what are the problems VR might create?
- What are the trends discussed in the book to expand what we interact with?
- Can you give two examples where interactions are important for user experiences?
- Why does author think VR is a third platform, following personal computer and mobile phone, to disrupt a society?
- How VR technologies improve to enhance realness and encourage unrealness?
- What does the author think is Facebook’s most valuable assets? How do we a person is real in a VR world?
- Is there any other concerns that you may have about the penetration of VR?