12 cose che ciascuno di noi dovrebbe capire sulla tecnologia.

La tecnologia è in grado di cambiare il nostro modo di vivere, di pensare, e di essere. Siamo pronti ad accettarlo?

Tech is more important than ever, deeply affecting culture, politics and society. Given all the time we spend with our gadgets and apps, it’s essential to understand the principles that determine how tech affects our lives.

Understanding technology today

Technology isn’t an industry, it’s a method of transforming the culture and economics of existing systems and institutions. That can be a little bit hard to understand if we only judge tech as a set of consumer products that we purchase. But tech goes a lot deeper than the phones in our hands, and we must understand some fundamental shifts in society if we’re going to make good decisions about the way tech companies shape our lives—and especially if we want to influence the people who actually make technology.

Even those of us who have been deeply immersed in the tech world for a long time can miss the driving forces that shape its impact. So here, we’ll identify some key principles that can help us understand technology’s place in culture.

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La Customer Experience nel giardino botanico di Sydney

Un giardino botanico è pieno di vita, ci sono tanti altri esseri viventi, e una visita al giardino botanico, se ben strutturata, diventa una esperienza densa di piacevoli, curiose, e indimenticabili sorprese. E naturalmente un pochino di Digitale, VR, AR, e AI possono aiutare. 

Director of visitor experience shares how the team is using physical and digital to better target and augment the experience of the Royal Sydney Botanic Gardens.

When seen on a map, Anthony Dunsford’s responsibilities appear as a few hundred hectares of open space. But in 2017, that open space attracted over 400 million visits.

Dunsford is the director of visitor experience for Botanic Gardens and Centennial Parklands (BGCP), overseeing customer experience at four of Sydney’s most iconic recreational spaces, including the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney.

It is a role that requires careful balancing of the desires of commercial operators against the needs of a wide variety of Sydney residents, within an urban environment that is demanding more and more from its open spaces.

“Name a target market, and we can name a product or experience we have for them, which is quite a unique position,” Dunsford tells CMO. “It really is a diverse user groups that we have to manage, and manage the overlap and conflicts of those different user groups.”

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