Inspiring talks on new age concepts
Dynamic narratives of the key ideas of aspirational concepts.
Tailored to audiences and event formats.
A very significant part of the digital transformation is based on the datification of the physical world and the use of this data through digital technology, such as artificial intelligence (machine learning), smart contracts (blockchain) or simulation (digital twins), to address certain purposes.
Atoms are translated into bits, so that all digital native techniques can be applied to them.
But there is also the opposite direction of transformation: from digital to physical. Technologies such as augmented reality, 3D printing or ambient computing are born from the digital to propose value in the physical.
The Phygital talk delves into the concept of the blurring barriers between the physical and the digital and the great potential of integrated management of both worlds to achieve a challenging purpose.
The talk presents innovative solutions designed for phygital contexts, using enabling technologies such as sensorics, 5G, cloud computing, metaverse, holography, smart materials or synthetic biology.
This talk focuses on the power of collaboration to address the global challenges of the new era. It is based on the belief that we are living in an extraordinary moment in terms of technological options and that the challenge lies in knowing how to combine them harmoniously to propose the most appropriate solutions for each purpose.
Artmony is about the art of harmony.
Today’s technology offers high-value features such as sensing, hyper-connectivity, immersion, cognition, decentralisation, fluency, or continuum, which, combined in a harmonious way, have a huge transformational potential.
We also reflect on the art of questioning: if technonology is going to answer any question: What are the key questions for your purpose?
We live in a complex world where change is increasingly frequent, unpredictable and impactful.
Complexity and uncertainty define the new normal.
It is increasingly difficult to anticipate possible scenarios in order to be prepared for them. Perhaps, it is a better strategy to train agility to be able to adapt to any scenario, whatever it may be.
This talk delves into the strategic value of training empathy to understand new contexts and creativity to adapt to them in an agile way.
We reflect on the value equations of this new era and how technology can help us build more adapted value propositions.