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2015 Technology Trends to Watch

Intelligent drones, wearable technology, becoming invisible, emailing wrenches to outer space, 3D printing and design, Virtual Reality, Deep Learning, Smart Virtual Personal Assistants, “It’s like Uber for ____”, Makerspaces, self-publishing, data security, Tor Project, Blackphone, IFTTT, IoT, Open Source, and much more will be covered. So, join the Novare Library Services’ team (Diana Silveira and Chad Mairn) as they take a look back to 2014 to highlight the most successful and useful technology trends impacting librarians. They will also share some technologies that may have been missed while providing a glimpse into what to look for in the upcoming year.

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2015 Technology Trends to Watch

  1. 1. http://www.slideshare.net/chadmairn @cmairn @dee987 http://www.slideshare.net/dee987 Real-time collaborative notebook available at: http://bit.ly/NovareTech
  2. 2. Agenda • Highlight the most successful and useful technology trends impacting librarians. • Discuss what is just over the horizon. • Have fun!
  3. 3. Library Stories of 2014 Source: http://goo.gl/uEMNyG
  4. 4. Deep learning - brain-inspired systems capable of translating pixels into English. Smart virtual personal assistants - semantic and natural language processing; data mined from our calendars, email, and contact lists; and the last few minutes of our behavior to anticipate the next 10 seconds of our thinking. “It’s like Uber for ____” – the simple app connecting drivers to passengers is now worth more than Halliburton Corporation, Aetna, General Mills, Delta Airlines, Kraft Foods, and Charles Schwab. Oversight for algorithms - Time to discuss how to include accountability systems for algorithms. Data privacy - people are increasingly concerned about their privacy, and they’re pointing the finger at business, not maleficent hackers. Block chain technology – the transaction database that’s shared by everyone participating in bitcoin’s digital system. An intellectually refreshing list of technology trends to watch for in 2015 Source: http://goo.gl/Vo338Z
  5. 5. Deep learning - brain-inspired systems capable of translating pixels into English. Smart virtual personal assistants - semantic and natural language processing; data mined from our calendars, email, and contact lists; and the last few minutes of our behavior to anticipate the next 10 seconds of our thinking. “It’s like Uber for ____” – the simple app connecting drivers to passengers is now worth more than Halliburton Corporation, Aetna, General Mills, Delta Airlines, Kraft Foods, and Charles Schwab. Oversight for algorithms - it is time to discuss how to include accountability systems for algorithms. Data privacy - people are increasingly concerned about their privacy, and they’re pointing the finger at business, not hackers. Block chain technology – the transaction database that’s shared by everyone participating in bitcoin’s digital system. An intellectually refreshing list of technology trends to watch for in 2015 Source: http://goo.gl/Vo338Z
  6. 6. Amazing! Source: http://goo.gl/AY7bAa Truly Mind-blowing!
  7. 7. Mobile has won and is becoming modular! Streaming has won and vinyl still exists! Does this matter to librarians?
  8. 8. Ownership vs. access • Experiences are more important than ownership, right? • Do e-books matter? • Net Neutrality? • Curation? • Librarian role?
  9. 9. Will wearable computing really take off?
  10. 10. Build your own! More information: http://goo.gl/HPkmVa
  11. 11. Virtual Reality on your desktop! More info: http://goo.gl/9E6RAk
  12. 12. Libraries = Community Support • Income/technology inequality • Support everylibrary.org • Misinformation is king • Curation?
  13. 13. Source: http://goo.gl/nxEJbu
  14. 14. Read more at http://libraries.pewinternet.org/ Most of the Pew Reports state that Americans value the role of libraries in their communities, so I predict libraries will exist well into the future. ;)
  15. 15. Data theft/spying will get worse before it gets any better! What is the librarian’s role?
  16. 16. https://blackphone.ch/phone/ https://www.torproject.org/
  17. 17. The Internet of Things (IoT) + IFTTT = Powerful
  18. 18. http://ifttt.com/
  19. 19. News alert! Makerspaces aren’t just about 3D printing!
  20. 20. DIG 2109/2000 (Digital Imaging Fundamentals) classes visited the lab to learn about 3D printing. They were learning Adobe Illustrator's 3D extruded visuals that week. More and more classes are signing up!
  21. 21. The cool thing about Makerspaces is that you will have a space to include interesting technologies that are NOT even invented yet. Perpetual Beta!
  22. 22. Are social networks REALLY about connecting with people? Are we presenting anything meaningful or is the general public becoming mindless automatons reposting the “news” over and over again? Are we being pulled into “like behavior?” Pretty soon we’ll have thought bubbles floating over our head and there will be no mystery to our lives.
  23. 23. https://ello.co/wtf/post/manifesto
  24. 24. I agree I disagree Ello Facebook
  25. 25. Jelly? Yik-Yak? Plague? e-books? Talk about the future of libraries? What else should be on this list? Real-time collaborative notebook available at: http://bit.ly/NovareTech What are you planning in 2015? What should not be on this list?
  26. 26. Play! Color outside the lines!
  27. 27. Gamifying our gaming club!
  28. 28. Offer more game development and computer programming/robotic workshops
  29. 29. Oh, and a drone workshop is coming soon! Watch the Drone Demonstration at the Innovation Lab [Makerspace@SPC] -- http://goo.gl/nPHV9B
  30. 30. Watch the promo video at http://goo.gl/6biKck Form partnerships! Remember, technology is interwoven into everything!
  31. 31. Source: http://www.nmc.org/nmc-horizon/
  32. 32. http://www.psfk.com/ http://techcrunch.com/ http://mashable.com/
  33. 33. http://www.evolveproject.org/ces http://www.techlicious.com/ces-2015/ It is nice to learn about this, but it can be stretching a bit to find a place in libraries for most of these products.
  34. 34. Contact Information
  35. 35. An estimated 4.9 billion Internet-connected devices, from thermostats to slow-cookers, will be in use in 2015, according to Gartner Inc. (source http://goo.gl/LmR7CE) Image http://goo.gl/jTxAXJ
  36. 36. Images http://goo.gl/msSaF http://goo.gl/6oEYRX Google Glass 2
  37. 37. My NY resolutions: Read Terms of Service Use Firefox (& Terms of Service- I didn’t read) Use WhatsApp over Facebook Messenger
  38. 38. Consider: LastPass and 2-step authentication at a minimum Coming soon: biometrics Image http://goo.gl/OAQhv9
  39. 39. Images: http://goo.gl/Bj4lTk
  40. 40. Read More: http://goo.gl/eaDQsL Uber/Lyft Zipcar Bikesharing Tool Shares Vacations Image: http://goo.gl/rwNGnt
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Intelligent drones, wearable technology, becoming invisible, emailing wrenches to outer space, 3D printing and design, Virtual Reality, Deep Learning, Smart Virtual Personal Assistants, “It’s like Uber for ____”, Makerspaces, self-publishing, data security, Tor Project, Blackphone, IFTTT, IoT, Open Source, and much more will be covered. So, join the Novare Library Services’ team (Diana Silveira and Chad Mairn) as they take a look back to 2014 to highlight the most successful and useful technology trends impacting librarians. They will also share some technologies that may have been missed while providing a glimpse into what to look for in the upcoming year.

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