Joe is airborne, look out!
Every now and then I come across an article discussing companies that develop prototypes for flying cars. Sure it’s not like Back To the Future II, but the concepts are rather cool. I’m reminded of 9/11 everytime when I think about average people being able to drive vehicles in the air. I think I have said enough.
Businessinsider.com highlighted a developing technology that allows one to be able to see through walls in a 3D environment using WiFi as sonar-type medium. I mentioned this in a previous post. I thought about what uses that could come from this ability. Immdiately emergency response assistance came to my mind. Being able to locate people in a building can be huge in a shooter situation. Mix in RF-ID badging technology and you could locate your employees and locate those who are not carrying tags (possible shooters). It’s technology like this that we should embrace as a way to solve real-life issues and not necessarily a problem with privacy. With great power comes great responsibility. I’ll continue to explore uses of Wifi imaging in future posts.
I’m fairly new to bitcoin, but the idea is intriguing. I wonder if governments ever considered using a cryptocurrency as a method to exchange debt. Instead of treasury notes, selling a bitcoin type of currency could open a world of governments exchanging debts to other governments, companies, and citizens via internet at a real-time pace. A country would simply sell the currency instead of notes, and the newly created “notes” could be traded. There would have to be a consensus world-wide to recognize the currency and for a country to be able to create the debt in the first place. In order to issue the currency, a vote of issuing countries would have to approve. A currency out of nothing but an agreement to recognize it world-wide. Global trade would of course be impacted in ways beyond belief, but crisis such as recessions could be simply resolved by agreeing to a future trade to reconcile the debt amongst voting members of countries. Worldwide productivity would never have to slow in a perfect world. Citizens could even get a piece of the action in owning their country and it’s neighbors. Crazy concepts can be developed when toying with this idea, some way beyond me. What would a world look like if selling debt of a country to a different country in real-time? Oh the possibilities….
Amazon’s Echo and Google’s Home have infiltrated the home. Next generation models hope to bring vision into the picture with various tactics to introduce a need for a camera. Will the public agree? This has yet to be determined, but if all else fails, there’s always RF-ID! Say you want to know if little Jimmy has gotten home ok, a simple RF-ID tag could give a future release of AI speakers a clue. RF-ID has so much potential, and it’s about time it enters the home. Being able to locate items around the home could be the new way of doing things sans-camera. There’s more intriguing technology coming down the path with a sonar-style WiFi powered 3D image rendering cameras that might be an alternative if plain-jane cameras fail. Being able to see through walls using WiFi can be a really cool concept when trying to locate an RF-ID tag, being able to give you an exact location in a building. You can even blow up the scale to an office building capable of locating personnel around the building. The possibilities are really exciting! Check out business insider if you don’t believe it’s possible. It’s here. Let’s explore it!!!
Mind blown with possibilities!
With AI devices being built with cameras and beginning to enter the home, it’s time we start focusing on what that could mean to different companies. This idea is not going to be free, because the capabilities achieved when using ID secured concept that I introduced earlier can change the world in numerous ways. This one I’d like to be able to take some credit. Feel free to contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss consultation options.
Gov’t contracts will launch Tesla into the stratosphere
Hats off to Tesla for making a practical version of solar panel roofing that will be able to the public. I believe the best uses for the product will be when government owned buildings begin to use the product. Schools that use limited power to operate can save tax-payer dollars, and that is always nice! Tesla is bound for great things, if you’re not paying attention…
I’ll be the first one in line for the release of a tablet the size of a desk that can be used as an alternative to traditional desks. I’m thinking of being able to write on the desk and have digital documents, monitor-less surfing, and my favorite use: being able to type sans-keyboard. Don’t get me wrong, I love my Mac, but having to charge keyboards and mice kinda sucks, because it always seems necessary at the worst possible times.