Killer Applications of Next Decade’s Edge Computing

Futurist and author Trond Arne Undheim interviews Mathew Lowry, founder of, who talks about how he sees the challenge of surveillance capitalism by big tech. 

The takeaway is that as polarized and broken as the online business model for content is, there is still a chance that humans can become more than raw material for the big tech behemoths that currently rule the space. You can also read Designing social platforms fit for the future where Mathew decribes his current quest. 

After listening, check out, a knowledge curation platform or find Mathew Lowry on LinkedIn. On his site, you can also read more the German note organizing system Zettelkasten which helps you become your own conversation partner. 

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