Samsung Next Mobile Economy
How will technology alter the way we conduct business in the future? TED and Samsung have partnered together in 2018 to explore this question and introduce the TED audience to the Next Mobile Economy. This year-long partnership began with multiple, forward-thinking events at TED2018 and concluded with a custom Samsung Business salon in New York City.
Today, all the best ideas are born mobileDJ Koh, President, IT and Mobile Communication, Samsung Electronics
Recap of TED2018 Partnership
TED2018 The Age of Amazement created a framework to embrace bold ideas and creative visions. Samsung’s partnership expanded this dialogue by highlighting the rapidly changing landscape of mobile technology and how it will impact future business in the Next Mobile Economy.
Over the course of our five-day program, TED brought visibility to the key developments driving the future. Samsung’s partnership contributed by creating space for attendees to explore mobile technology. Together, they hosted a series of workshops where attendees provided interesting and thoughtful insights for the industry's future and the positive implications it can have for real world solutions.
The mobile industry is changing yet again. In the past we had IoT, AI, we had edge computing, AR, VR. Now it’s time to connect them so business can truly make use of them allSJ Hahn, EVP, Head of Global Mobile B2B Team, Samsung Electronics
Discover The Next Mobile Economy
Samsung and TED's partnership highlighted bold new ideas about the Next Mobile Economy, and in the spirit of Ideas Worth Spreading, captured the following insights at TED2018.
What does the Next Mobile Economy mean to your life?
Discover The Next Mobile Economy
Society 5.0 Salon
You're surrounded by things connected to the internet — from cars and smart elevators to parking meters and industrial machines used for manufacturing. Aruna Srinivasan explains how she and her team are using the Internet of Things to solve some of the most pressing issues of our time
Brian Mullins believes augmented reality (AR) is a more important technology than the internet — and even the printing press! In this forward-facing talk, the entrepreneur predicts how AR will bring cognitive literacy to the world, helping us transition to new careers and workplaces and facilitating amazing breakthroughs in the arts and sciences.
Have you ever actually read the terms and conditions for the apps you use? In a talk about the alarming ways tech companies deceive their users, Myrstad shares insights about the personal information you've agreed to let companies collect -- and how they use your data at a scale you could never imagine.
We're far from developing robots that feel emotions, but we already have feelings towards them, says robot ethicist Kate Darling, and an instinct like that can have consequences. Learn more about how we're biologically hardwired to project intent and life onto machines -- and how it might help us better understand ourselves.
Who controls the internet? Increasingly, the answer is large corporations and governments -- a trend that's threatening digital privacy and access to information online, says web developer Tamas Kocsis. In this informative talk, Kocsis breaks down the different threats to internet freedom and shares his plan to build an alternative, decentralized network that returns power to everyday users.
Humans are no longer valued for our creativity, says media theorist Douglas Rushkoff -- in a world dominated by digital technology, we're now just valued for our data. In a passionate talk, Rushkoff urges us to stop using technology to optimize people for the market and start using it to build a future centered on our pre-digital values of connection, creativity and respect. "Join 'Team Human.' Find the others," he says. "Together let's make the future that we always wanted."