Rod Oram: Technology transformers examine life itself

JAMIE HALL The Cacophony Project sends recordings of the bush to the cloud and aims to help create a healthier ecosystem. Speakers and audience alike exuded boundless optimism at the Singularity University New Zealand Summit in Christchurch this week. Infectious enthusiasm about the power of technology to solve all the world’s problems coursed through the three-day event. The message was humankind’s technological prowess is growing at an exponential rate. Even better, we’re combining breakthroughs to deliver limitless benefits to people. These technologies are deeply disrupting all our existing knowledge and practices. We are transforming computing, energy, medicine, food, farming, transport, education, work, space colonisation and almost any other area of life we can imagine, even democracy itself. Jason Dorday Business commentator Rod Oram sys some technologies have the power to…


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