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Nokia is hoping its new web series about emerging technology will help raise questions about the future while also helping the company gain a heightened position as a thought leader on everything from 5G to virtual reality.
Starting this week, Canadian business journalist Michael Hainsworth is hosting Futurithmic, a branded series that asks questions about societal changes brought on by new technologies.
Each episode will feature a leading thinker in a specific sector. Author Cory Doctorow, for example, will discuss the future of privacy, and Rory Sutherland; British advertising executive and behavioral scientist, will discuss the impact of AI on consumer buying behaviors; and MIT social physicist Sandy Pentland will discuss how digital connections affect social mobility.
In the first episode, Hainsworth speaks with Galit Ariel, a creative director at Toronto-based augmented-reality studio WondARlands, about how AR will change how humans interact with the physical world and what ethics should be set in place...