Professor of Marketing Chad Ian Lieberman explores the capabilities of ubiquitous computing in the future.
Online PR News – 05-September-2015 – New York, New York City – "Computers are everywhere today. We have them in our cars, on our phones, in toys, in refrigerators and virtually in most appliances within the home. However, these computer systems are obvious, we have to hold or touch them, or use keyboards and keypads to relay information into them."
These were SEO and internet services expert Chad Lieberman’s opening remarks during the recently concluded seminar on futuristic technological advancements and what they mean for our lives in the future.
"What we want to usher in is the concept of ubiquitous computing or pervasive computing, more popularly known as ‘every ware’," he added, explaining that the technology involved was intended at creating increasingly smaller devices according to the current and extremely popular miniaturization fad – a massive change in favor of micro –electro-mechanical systems (MEMS).
The technology enthusiast and expert further explained that using these MEMS, devices that can process information will be found everywhere and in an invisible way, unlike the current obvious processors.
"They will be absorbed into our surroundings – in fashion accessories, clothes, and even on contact lenses, which will render Google Glass obsolete. The devices will be capable of understanding and processing natural language and will include implementation of haptic/tactile technologies, which involve interpretation of touch signals."
Chad further explained that the more advanced devices in this category would include a quantified amount of ‘ambient intelligence’, which will enable them to work independently in a given set of conditions. "Mankind will be surrounded by computers everywhere, and yet remain oblivious to the fact."
Mr. Chad Ian Lieberman expressed his strong conviction that through this technology, the way we go about life will be completely changed. “Today, we are missing many opportunities because the current level of computerization is still complex, degrading the experience of people within different life environments.
"By exploiting ubiquitous computing in physical spaces, we can take the age of the Internet of Things to another level – beyond the wearable computers of today, fully revolutionizing out understanding of smart spaces."
In conclusion, he asserted that technology like this would completely transform daily life interactions, including workspace operations and human relational interactions.
Chad Lieberman & 6W New York:
6W and Chad Ian Lieberman was started over 12 years ago, and it boasts a cumulative experience in easy and cost effective search engine marketing services, including search engine optimization, affiliate marketing, online reputation management, linking and PPC management to help businesses of all kinds remain competitive and increase their visibility on the major portals and search engines. The company provides the comprehensive search engine marketing solution, from strategic consultation to in-depth reporting systems in the US, Canada, France, UK and many other countries. Learn more at http://www.6wim.com