Emerging Technologies

Today all organizations depend on technological innovation in order to sustain their existence. Analysis of emerging technologies and identification of those technologies with the greatest potential is essential to being prepared for upcoming projects. The objective of this blog is to establish future oriented technology analysis and insights. This blog was established to provide program and project managers with information about these emerging technologies. These emerging technologies have far reaching repercussions for program and project managers. This blog will jump-start the learning process and allow program and project managers to become proactive.

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The Challenges of Emerging Technologies

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The Accelerating Pace of Change

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How do or would you feel about . . .

A very interesting question came up at one of my webinars. Concerns were raised about how professionals do or would feel about an artificial intelligence based machine/device subject matter expert watching over your shoulder and making recommendations and suggestions.

That is a very interesting and quite intriguing question.  The general opinion appears to be - NOT VERY HAPPY.  Just something to think about that might come of age in the next several years.

Your thoughts 

Posted on: November 22, 2018 07:03 PM | Permalink | Comments (10)

Another Warning about two emerging technologies

In June 2018 while speaking at his daughter's high school graduation, U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts warned the students and audience to “Beware the robots.” He went on to say "Artificial intelligence can change leaders into followers.“ This is just one example of multiple warnings about emerging technologies that have come out.

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Posted on: June 09, 2018 10:06 AM | Permalink | Comments (6)

A question on Artificial Intelligence (AI) projects

Has any program or project manager had an artificial intelligence (AI) or knowledge management (KM) initiative where one or more of the employees did not want to cooperate with the collection of their intelligence / knowledge claiming it was the intellectual property.  They wanted compensation for their intelligence and or knowledge beyond what they were currently receiving.

Posted on: October 13, 2016 03:36 PM | Permalink | Comments (1)

"[Musicians] talk of nothing but money and jobs. Give me businessmen every time. They really are interested in music and art."

- Jean Sibelius, explaining why he rarely invited musicians to his home.