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[Fichamento] Wikinomics: : Como a Colaboração em Massa Pode Mudar o seu Negócio

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Don Tapscott nasceu em Toronto, Canadá, em 1º de setembro de 1947. É um escritor , pesquisador e palestrante canadense. Atua como chefe executivo da New Paradigm, empresa de consultoria em estratégia e banco de dados coletivos. 2,114 more words


What is the blockchain? If you don’t know, you should; if you do, chances are you still need some clarification on how it actually works.  Don Tapscott is here to help, demystifying this world-changing, trust-building technology which, he says, represents nothing less than the second generation of the internet and holds the potential to transform money, business, government and society.   8 more words

Artificial Intelligence Intersects with Blockchain

In his eight post in the series, Marshall Kirkpatrick focuses on the intersection between artificial intelligence and blockchain. By way of reminder, Marshall launched a 30 day series that explores the intersection between AI and the various innovation components on my  233 more words

Artificial Intelligence

The digital age: Changing how we educate, learn, and conduct business

Many researchers, educators, and entrepreneurs claim that the digital age is changing the way we think and learn, and how the economy works (for example: Bates, Bautista, Brown, Michalski, Rosenberg, Siemens, Suarez, Tapscott, Watson, Weller, and White, to name only a few). 611 more words

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On Art and Populism: Ethereum Will Save Us All

Vitalik Buterin

What began as a white paper written by a 19 year old in 2013 is today a global open-source project that has the potential to… 1,133 more words

Building blocks: Notes from Session 3 at TEDSummit

What are the tools we’re using to build the future? Session 3 speakers go deep on what’s next in finance, energy, business and the structures we live in. 1,319 more words


The Digital Economy - Dislocations in labor markets, with old industries and jobs disappearing Don Tapscott says

In the book, I warned that technology might actually destroy more jobs than it was creating. I asked, “How will we manage the transition to new types of work and a new knowledge base for the… 282 more words

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