8 months ago
This week, as we settle into the new year, we take a look back at our top 5 Friday Faves posts from 2019.
2 years ago
In Friday Faves for 31 May 2019, we have reads & watches on the robots learning languages; futurism; Pokemon Sleep; the recycling farce; a 30 second trick to improve creativity; and the week in social media.
3 years ago
In Friday Faves for 15 February 2019, we have reads on Mirrorworld, the next big tech platform that will be sparked by AR; Valentine’s Day tech; RIP Mars Opportunity; the surprising value of obvious insights; this week in social media; and Impactful technology: Giving the world a better face.
In Friday Faves for 12 October 2018, we have reads on learning in a virtual world; Walmart wants to know how shoppers feel; travel in 2030; Snapchat is disrupting TV; and The Future, This Week.
In Friday Faves for 13 July 2018, we have reads & listens on quantum theory says the future influences the past, what if we were paid for our data, the new Magic Leap headset is coming soon, open plan offices impact collaboration, the rise of ‘pseudo AI’, and The Future, This Week.
In Friday Faves for 8 June 2018, we have reads & listens on Mary Meeker’s Internet Trends for 2018, developing empathetic robots, looking inside the mind of a robot, how to queue, and The Future This Week.
In Friday Faves for 11 May 2018, we have reads on deepfakes, Google Assistant’s humanistic phone calls, Facebook starts dating, Google Lens, and The Future, This Week.
As official event supporters, the Ripple Effect Group team were part of the first ever Google Glass Meetup in Australia hosted by the +INSPIRE Centre at the University of Canberra.
4 years ago
In Friday Faves for 16 March 2018, we have a reads & listens on how fake news spreads, life-saving robotics, accessibility tech, Jurassic World Alive is the new Pokémon Go, the costs of Instagram influence, and kindness at work is good for everyone.
In Friday Faves for 2 February 2018, we have reads & watches on breaking the rules with AI, living longer by being social, Facebook commences its downward spiral, changing the Western view of “space”, and the breakthroughs set to revolutionise long-haul travel.