In the world of technology and media, the impossible increasingly becomes possible; the unattainable is within reach; and the imaginary becomes reality before you can plan for it. The world of exponentiating science means that the inevitable march of technological advance leads to the world of the Planck constant and the yottabit – the smallest unit of measure defined and the fastest form of network speed – becoming a reality before you know it. What happens in an industry in which exponentiation accelerates even more? Big ideas, transformative change, and fascinating new technologies that further shape our world.
Tech and media companies need to ensure that they have a leadership, R&D, sales and marketing infrastructure that continues to align to faster being the new fast, and that their customers have the insight to take advantage of the technology based disruption occurring in their industry. A world in which hyper-innovation becomes the norm rather than the exception — and standing still means instant obsolescence. One where rapid scientific advance defines the agenda – and a trend that might destroy your market already happened yesterday, before you even knew it had happened! A market in which physicists have figure out how to violate the basic rules of physics – such as stopping light in its tracks – and it makes your own product obsolete. Where its no longer crazy to talk about the concept of riding accelerating Human-Computer-Interface technology to put a part of your mind in an external yottabit ball.
Futurist Jim Carroll excels at providing keynotes and leadership talks, both for companies in the technology and media industry, as well as CIO/CxO session and keynotes for their customers and their clients. Over the last 30 years, he has been the keynote speaker at dozens of user group meetings, CIO/CxO events, hi-tech company road shows and more. His experience at aligning your message to his trends and innovation insight has been well honed – from headlining national roadshows to customized keynotes for HP, Microsoft, IBM, Cisco and countless others. His respect is of such a degree that the Consumer Electronics Association invited him to open their annual CEO summit, speaking to leaders from throughout the fast moving technology industry.