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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
5/12/2016 4:51:51 AM
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Re: Times of rapid change and innovation
Maintaining this sense of humanity is critical if we are to prevail over machine--otherwise we would lose our sense of self and purpose.    This is one of the challenges for those at the forefront of the New IP that have to address--and the debate over it is not as prevalent as it should be.

Have a fab Thursday!!



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Susan Fourtané
Susan Fourtané
5/12/2016 4:17:25 AM
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Re: Times of rapid change and innovation
mpouraryan, Thanks for the link. It makes you think that there has to be a law for somone to understand that taking a weekend off should be something normal, and a need for keeping a healthy mind. -Susan

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
5/12/2016 1:59:05 AM
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Re: Times of rapid change and innovation
Happy Thursday!!

As I reflected upon what @Susan noted in vigilance, figured you all might enjoy this about how potentially we can leverage the evolution to the New IP for "good":

IBM's Watson computer is learning to hunt hackers

IBM says Queensland Health is to blame for the payroll system which cost taxpayer's $1.2 billion
ANDREA PETERSON 6:42pm | Tech giant is taking a big data approach to cybersecurity that will see the supercomputer scour vast troves of security research.


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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
5/11/2016 4:36:27 PM
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Re: Times of rapid change and innovation
No question @Susan..and as I was doing the daily media review for @DailyOutsider, I ran across this that was frankly a bit tough to read....check the picture before anything else:

https://www.theguardian.com/technology/commentisfree/2016/may/11/stop-telling-us-to-switch-off-we-live-in-a-digital-culture-now?&utm_source=currently&utm_medium=browser-extension&utm_campaign=chrome

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Susan Fourtané
Susan Fourtané
5/11/2016 3:35:18 AM
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Re: Times of rapid change and innovation
mpouraryan, 

Yes, I know what you mean. I would add it is important to be in control of our own mind and thoughts in the first place. If not, it's not possible to do any periodic digital detox. I have to say that I do a digital detox periodically. And, I went on phone detox a couple of years ago with transformational results. 

-Susan 

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
5/10/2016 8:46:22 PM
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Re: Times of rapid change and innovation
I would humbly suggest that those who will ultimately prevail in the quest for the "New IP' are those who would do a periodic "Digital Detox"//"Online Fast".  I don't mean to be "glib" about it--just to underscore a need to ensure that humans ultimately remain in control.   It is nice to be fascinated--however the key is balance--and it seems to be lost in this quest for automation and transformation...

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Susan Fourtané
Susan Fourtané
5/10/2016 10:31:30 AM
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Re: Times of rapid change and innovation
mpouraryan, 

Indeed. I read an article some days ago about the ten things that won't exist in ten years' time. One of them was being offline. This means, as you can guess, that being vulnerable will be a continuous risk. Now, network security, cloud security, applications security, all will be also improved. Yet, ever you can't be 100% sure about anything, can you? Because, unexpected things and accidents happen all the time.

-Susan 

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
5/8/2016 10:28:37 AM
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Re: Times of rapid change and innovation
The problem, @Susan, as I have noted throughout our deliberations that we seem not to be able to be in total control.  As we become increasingly digitized, we lose that sense of control--and unless we totally "withdraw" from the digital space, it becomes ever so challenging.

 

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Susan Fourtané
Susan Fourtané
5/8/2016 3:44:00 AM
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Re: Times of rapid change and innovation
mpouraryan, that's exacly why we all have to be vigilant at all times. -Susan

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
5/7/2016 4:44:59 PM
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Re: Times of rapid change and innovation
What is unfortunate is that this "Digital Civil War" that seems to persist only has victims who seem to have no control over their own affairs--and that's the ultimate tragedy. 

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