Jan 30, 2020
Broadband and wireless Internet connectivity are now commonplace in the developed world, but this wasn’t always the case. At the beginning of the 21st century, just over 300 million people (roughly 5% of the globe )had Internet access. The number of participants, and the type of participation has evolved rapidly over the last 20 years. In today’s episode, Open EXO’s Chief Science Officer Kent Langley and I discuss this evolution in three eras: Dawn of the Internet & PCs, Introduction of the Web 2.0 & Mobile, and Spread of the Exponential Technologies - the Exponential Now. We explore what each of previous eras looked like, and what we can expect from the global human network as we move forward.
In this episode, Kent Langley and I discuss:
Kent Langley is a leader and technology visionary with a background in Technology Operations, Cloud Computing, AI, Exponential Organizations, Data Science, and Blockchain. He works on projects that educate, feed, clothe, and empower people as the co-founder of OpenExO Inc., and as a six-year faculty member at Singularity University.
To find Kent on the web, visit
his website KentLangley.com and follow him on LinkedIn, Twitter,
and Facebook @KentLangley.