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"We are going to see things that we never knew existed, predicts Reitze, who goes on to call LIGO a ‘scientific moonshot’, likening it to the Apollo moon landings of the 1960s."
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“The total power output of gravitational waves during the brief collision was 50 times greater than all of the power put out by all the of the stars in the universe put together”
Ross provides some pretty insightful perspectives that inform even industry insiders in Silicon Valley. The topics Alec tackles end up not as in-depth as I expected it would be, leaving the reader with a 10,000 ft view of what's to come.
He covers everything from robotics to cyber crime. Worth the read.
Still, I'm actually pretty excited that this is finally part of chrome beta.
Why am I excited?
I can't wait to try experiment with an idea where your phone broadcasts your reputation score like in 's Daemon. Only noble's cool darknet citizens allowed :D
You can see a number of ventures into this strategy with Google's venture into Video Billboard Advertising that will be based on environmental signals (weather), nearby users interest graph rank, etc. My guess is that the next progression of this technology is to enable beacons that can link geo fenced users viewing these Ads to services advertised. http://www.theverge.com/2015/11/1/9655852/google-doubleclick-ad-billboards-london
The next evolution of this technology will be based on standing up location related services around businesses. Similar to what they do with Google Now, where being in the vicinity of a restaurant raises a quant at intent such as a menu. The next logical progression from this in a retail model is to extend services such as: reservations, stock check/catalog, site services such as room service/concierge, ticket purchase related to the fenced location. The Physical Web will allow this to happen based on linking identity of the user to the location while completing the Auth triangle with a permission token and Google Now Card App.
My guess is that, we may see some battles between who owns the digital services realm over a particular plot of space. Basically your noise question. In this case I am really thinking that this will facilitate the creation of a new Ad Engine implementation in which Advertisers bid for service delivery based on geo coordinate fence plots outside of their own specific location, which I think Google will have to give them for free or all hell will break loose? In regards to inventory and price specific real estate will require higher bids.
Missed this when I was on mobile earlier, thanks : Created for PHD's: http://research.google.com/research-outreach.html#/research-outreach/faq/faculty-research-awards
- Lynchburg CollegeComputer Science, 1998 - 2001
- Northern Virginia Community CollegeComputer Science, 2001 - 2002
Noble is currently a Co-Founder and CEO at Byte an Atom Research, a research and development startup is based in Virginia. He led this company to build LynxFit, an award winning platform that links fitness content to the sensors in connected fitness systems like wearable computers in order to give end users a virtual coaching experience while improving their health and empower fitness content publishers with the metrics they need to improve the lives of their customers and improve their content.
In 2014 the Washington Post & Northern Virginia Technology Council recognized LynxFit as the most innovative Startup in the Capitol region.
Noble is a product visionary with the rare breed of brand building, community engagement, team leadership, design thinking and front end software development expertise.As a brand builder and community engagement leader, Noble has worked with top brands like Google, GM, Audi T-Mobile, & Capital One to engage channel partners and customers with their respective products. The GM engagement led to a nationally televised advert for the Chevrolet Volt which scored top marks in various markets and ran for a year and a half.
- Byte an Atom ResearchFounder, presentMany hats
- Anobleworld S3, Inc.Founder, Technology Strategy, Enterprise Web App Developer/Designer, 2005 - 2012
- Forward Together PACDirector of Information Technology, 2005 - 2006
- SNL FinancialSenior UI Developer, 2004 - 2005
- Office of the Governor, VirginiaConfidential assistant to Tech Policy, 2001 - 2003
- APX LabsDirector, Partner Strategy, 2013 - 2014Responsible for building communities for and enabling our Fortune 500 enterprises with the tools needed to deploy and support smart glasses based solutions for the desk-less workforce.
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