Nearly every aspect of life as we know is shaped by technology. Whether it’s developing a better understanding of topography around the world through satellite imagery, using digital devices to communicate in real-time with people on other continents, or relying on software to calculate the risk of buying and selling stocks, technology is one of the strongest threads woven into the fabric of our global society. As we saw last week, artificial intelligence could change the future of how we work. So, is deeply integrated technology a good thing for our society? Will it make the world stronger?
Take a look around. Technology-enabled business exist everywhere. From tech media darlings like Uber and AirBnB to Postmates and Amazon Now. Just a few years ago, companies like this wouldn't have been able to exists, let alone compete with the biggest industry players.
Every day people return or trade-in mobile phones across the world in an immense number of locations and for different a variety of reasons. But what stories do those old phones have to tell? What lessons can we learn? And how do these discoveries inform our future decisions?
On Tuesday May 26th, James got back to work bright and early joining Dana and fellow guest Michael Maizer of Atlanta Tech Angels in the biz 1190 AM studios for Tech Tuesday on The Dana Barrett Show. Their conversation ranges from Aurthur Blank, wearables, and Uber for dog walkingto Atlanta technology investment and the future of the fast growth tech industry. Have a listen for yourself: