This coming Saturday (July 15 at 14:00), former Tokyo resident Adam Greenfield will be giving a talk at the Mita Campus of Keio University (G-SEC, 6th Floor, East Research Building) on his recently published book, EVERYWARE: THE DAWNING AGE OF UBIQUITOUS COMPUTING, which will include a short panel discussion, as well as a Q&A session.
The age of ubiquitous computing is here: a computing without computers, where information processing has diffused into everyday life, and virtually disappeared from view. What does this mean to those of us who will be encountering it? How will it transform our lives? And how will we learn to make wise decisions about something so hard to see?
Join noted writer and critical futurist Adam Greenfield as he explores this new technology and its implications for society, for business, for the way we design spaces and cities – even for the way we relate to each other.
Adam Greenfield is an internationally-recognized writer, user experience consultant and critical futurist. He was previously lead information architect for the Tokyo office of Razorfish.