Mossberg: The Disappearing Computer

Tech was once always in your way. Soon, it will be almost invisible [Read More]

Summary… * Machine-Made


Welcome to Mossberg, a weekly commentary and reviews column on The Verge and Recode by veteran tech journalist Walt Mossberg, now an Executive Editor at The Verge and Editor at Large of Recode.
Not only were the interfaces confusing, but most tech products demanded frequent tweaking and fixing of a type that required more technical skill than most people had, or cared to acquire.
So, now, I’d say: “Personal technology is usually pretty easy to use, and, if it’s not, it’s not your fault.” The devices we've come to rely on, like PCs and phones, aren't new anymore.
The lullAs I write this, the personal tech world is bursting with possibility, but few new blockbuster, game-changing products are hitting the mainstream.
They are: artificial intelligence / machine learning, augmented reality, virtual reality, robotics and drones, smart homes, self-driving cars, and digital health / wearables.

Opinion… * Man-Made


We are moving to “Ambient Computing”: all around us there will be (invisible) intelligent capabilities. #AI #Trend

Source: The Verge