[NetBehaviour] The book to come

Maria Farràs mfarras at cccb.org
Tue Jan 31 12:53:26 CET 2017


Dear Coleagues, 

We published an article on the Future of Book and how Artificial intelligence, big data, and virtual reality are set to change the book world over the next ten years.

The book to come by  Javier Celaya http://lab.cccb.org/en/the-book-to-come/ 

As innovations like driverless cars and trains, smart vacuum cleaners and smart fridges, and exercise and dream tracking programs become part of our everyday lives. Could we really expect books to remain unchanged? The artificial intelligence and big data boom is likely to radically change the way we access and consume all kinds of cultural content. In the midst of the current uncertainty and change, we try our hand at forecasting and venture to predict the future of the book.

We hope you like it!
Best regards from Barcelona,


Maria Farràs / 
CCCB Lab
933 064 100
@cccblab / Blog LAB / Cultural Innovation International Prize / Kosmopolis. Amplified Literature Fest 

Montalegre, 5. 08001 Barcelona
T 933 064 100 / http://www.cccb.org

    

  




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