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The Internet of Me: Itís all about my screens

Robert Schukai, Thomson Reuters, explores the rapid growth of personal mobile and the trends and implications for 21st century life.

Make sure you don’t miss this opportunity to hear Robert Schukai, Head of Advanced Product Innovation, Thomson Reuters, explore the rapid growth of personal mobile devices and expansion of data, and the trends and implications for 21st century life.

Today, we have the same access to global information on our wrists as we had on personal computers just a few short years ago, and it’s almost impossible to imagine a world where we are unconnected and out of touch. In near parallel, Big Data gets bigger with each passing day, courtesy of cheap, connected storage.

This lecture will explore our future in this hyperconnected environment, and how our lives will seamlessly drift into a work-life blur based on a “dayflow” of activity. It will look at the digital trends which are driving this from both a consumer perspective as well as from the service provider and what this means for our 21st century lives.

Catch this fascinating evening in four locations:

22 February 2016 IET London: Savoy Place
23 February 2016 University of Cardiff
24 February 2016 University of Manchester
25 February 2016 Belfast City Hall


Robert Schukai | talks | www


Date and Time:

23 February 2016 at 5:30 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



University of Cardiff
Queen's Buildings
The Parade
CF24 3AA

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