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Peter Feltham
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Peter Feltham
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The Future of Work  - 
 
My colleague +Doug Shaw recently attended the Big Tent conference. Here are his thoughts from that.
 
Partner Doug Shaw on his experience of the recent #futureofwork is human Big Tent event http://ow.ly/DhlX305XM0I
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Sounds like a thoughtful day.

This observation caught me out:
"some wishes from 10 year old kids:

‘I wish I felt less pressure’"
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Using Open Data  - 
 
Thoughts from the Ethereum Developer Conference

Interesting article from Shanghai, where Ethereum is having a get together.
It’s 4am and I’m sitting in a hotel room in Shanghai, China. The second ever Ethereum developers conference is set to kick off in a few…
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This is a fun metaphor:
"You can think of Bitcoin a bit like a shared google doc spreadsheet that anyone in the world can send data to, one global ledger of accounts and balances."
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Events  - 
 
New Category: Events

We've added a new Category to this community called Events because the Ethos team go to so many of these and / or put on various Events of our own.

So please use this Category to post relevant information about any Events of interest.

No spam please! 
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Big changes coming for user ownership of their data

Ethos Partner +Geoff Revill gave an interesting presentation recently on GDPR and its implications for data ownership rights. A portion is embedded in his blog post. 
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Using Open Data  - 
 
Accenture on Health Innovation

Accenture have discovered patient-centric thinking, and are now promoting this. Catching us up eh?

Craig Robertson and Jim Cleffi, Managing Directors at Accenture, talk about the intersection between their life sciences and healthcare…
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An excellent article on Bots

This is both informative and thought provoking. My friend and fellow Partner +Mark Stephen Meadows shares some thoughts from the front lines on what are the big benefits of Bots - when deployed by those that understand them. Recommended.
Avatars as GUI elements & Affective interface design
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Open Ethos  - 
 
Interesting question!

Thanks to +Bryan Alexander for putting my snout onto this. At first sight it could be interesting, but I worry about combining Social payments administered by an outside Organisation.
 
IBM Watson deployed in London health care:
IBM Watson's social care deal with NW London local authority. Image: IBM's AI unit Watson Health has signed a 10-year agreement with Harrow Council in London to use machine learning to delivery social care. IBM's Watson Health has moved into UK social care, with the machine learning company ...
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Using Open Data  - 
 
Sorry to have been offline through illness lately.

Here's one that came via a friend and shows a rather interesting dashboard for the UK's energy supply. You can hover your mouse over the circular meters to get some notes about them.

The power of Linked Data eh? Ahem.
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Likewise the Russian Bear!
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Open Ethos  - 
 
The Connected Network - a Systems thinker's view

This is an excellent article which covers a lot of ground about why networked thinking is so important. Recommended.
Founder of the Emerging Future Institute, Benjamin J. Butler had an opportunity to speak with Fritjof Capra in Berkeley in August. Fritjof really needs no introduction. …
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I agree +Gregory Esau 
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The Future of Work  - 
 
On Networking - and the Hive Mind

I found this to be a good, if long, article on some of the characteristics of the huge growth in Social Networking, and its implications. Worth savouring.
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Interesting +ross fraser. Please say more on this.

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Gov Policy and its interactions

Interesting article by Matthew Taylor, just appointed by the UK Gov to look into employment in the future. Worth a read..
Ahead of his Review of Modern Employment, Matthew Taylor explores how and why employment policy has evolved over the post-war period — and…
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Applied AR

Good article ny HBR on the development of AR and how its adoption by the fashionistas will likely push it further / faster.
 
The Mainstreaming of Augmented Reality: A Brief History
Cars, cosmetics, and cultural institutions have all played a role.
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Partner at EthosVO
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Software, AI, Building and managing High Performance Teams. I speak French, Italian, German, Dutch - indeed I've lived in those countries, so am multi-cultural by inclination.
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Software Architect, Researcher, SocialMedia person. Ethics matter to me.
Introduction
Officially I'm retired, or was, until that Rob Pye called me back to help with Ethos 4 years ago. Especially when I found out about their TeamArmy initiative which raises money to support (and mentor) ex-Services folk, including the Wounded Warriors. Better yet, as an ex-racer and driving enthusiast, I discovered that Ethos had supported the much esteemed team at MissionMotorsports led by Major Jim Cameron.

Other interests include travel, different cultures (I've lived abroad for most of my life all over Europe and North America), fine foods and wines, and music, especially live music of many types.

I also help to organise meetings at the House of Commons with GlobalNet 21. Use it or lose it!
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Founding Member of the World Technology Network www.wtn.net
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London
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Waterloo, Belgium - Amsterdam - Paris - Geneva - Cincinatti - Dallas, Tx - Milano - Ivrea, Italy - Bremen
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