What I want to own is my reputation, because in this hyperconnected
world, reputation will give you access to all kinds of things now.
Dance has an ever-increasing role in today's hyperconnected
world: Postmodern choreography has become an unexpected hit for fine art institutions ("Jackson Pollock, Meet Trisha Brown"); dancers are now regarded as research inspiration for scientists as well as artists ("Flying Through Space").
The documentary film directors Beth and George Gage follow DeChristopher's story as he makes his way through the legal system, reflects on his awakening to the urgency of climate change, and dwells deeper on the notion of meaningful protest in a world where everything is hyperconnected
and where corporate interests reign supreme.
It's just that, in today's hyperconnected
, hyper-competitive world, with millions of young people from China and India and Brazil--many of whom started with a lot less than all of you did--entering the global workforce alongside you, nobody is going to give you anything that you have not earned.
For such an approach to be successful, the participants agreed there is a need 1) for principles to be updated and enforceable in a hyperconnected
world; 2) to include technology as part of the solution--allowing permissions to flow with the data and ensuring accountability at scale; and 3) to demonstrate how a usage, contextual model can work in specific, real-world application.
Live Wires" teaches parents and children alike how to filter through the rampant information overload in today's hyperconnected
Rising resistance to antibiotics could push overburdened health systems to the brink, while a hyperconnected
world allows pandemics to spread.
The answer, I believe, is the intensifying merger of globalisation and the information technology revolution, which made the world dramatically flatter in the last five years, as we went from connected to hyperconnected
The question is how to establish a clear, robust set of rules that will enable appropriate data flow and fit the speed at which today's hyperconnected
Through Cisco Borderless Network solutions, we enable customers to balance shifting demands that result from the flood of consumer devices into the business world and a new generation of hyperconnected
employees--helping them evolve their systems and policies to provide secure, anywhere access and address the 'Bring Your Own Device' (BYOD) trend.
Echoing the rapid changes and consequences of living in a hyperconnected
world, the framework we use to monitor, measure, and benchmark the deployment and impacts of ICT has evolved, we have introduced a new set of metrics that assess not only the availability of technology, but also the ways in which economies put that technology to greater use to improve business innovation, governance, citizens' political participation and social cohesion.
A curriculum and pedagogy that employs lectures and drill-and-practice learning is highly inappropriate for preparing America's children for the hyperconnected
, knowledge-working, global marketplace of the 21st century.