Shots of Awe looks at the landscape of the world in the internet of everything.
Jason Silva looks at the way architecture and the things we design shape our spaces and our realities.
Anyone can volunteer to be a fact-checker, says Google, cautioning that “Only publishers that are algorithmically determined to be an authoritative source of information will qualify for inclusion.” Currently, the growing list of 115 organizations includes the likes of CNN, The Washington Post, NBC, CBS, and The New York Times, to name a few. So now, not only will the corporate media be able to deem which content is acceptable and which isn’t, it’ll also be able to guide readers toward their own view on the matter.
Silva relates how we come to understand and model reality based off symbolic language such that everything is a construct of meaning.
Technological singularity – humans becoming one with computers – will morph us into “super humans” by the year 2029 according to Ray Kurzweil.
Shots of Awe talks about mindedness of technology and the evolution of the things that we create.