RE: [BULK] Information 4.0 Is this a "thing"?

Subject: RE: [BULK] Information 4.0 Is this a "thing"?
From: Mike McCallister <mike -dot- mccallister -at- pkware -dot- com>
To: Andrew Harvie <withanie -at- gmail -dot- com>, TechWR-L <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 7 Sep 2017 18:18:25 +0000

Curiously enough, Andrew's post arrived in my Inbox while I was looking over the website for Adobe's online DiTA World conference. A minute or two later, I found out that one of the keynote speakers is Toni Ressaire, identified as (among other things) "a founding member of the Information 4.0 Consortium."

Clicking the helpful link at http://information4zero.org/, I see this idea-in-development is trying to put techcomm into a future world dominated by artificial intelligence. As they put it: "Information in cohabitation with IoT, Chatbots, and the future AI."

Sounds interesting, but don't have an opinion. It looks like the site is, at least in part, a set of discussion forums. Worth checking out, I think. There is a lot to think about moving forward.

Mike McCallister

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G'day.

I've recently stumbled across the term, "Information 4.0" From what I
can find online, it seems rather nebulous and trendy. Curious to know whether anyone is moving in that direction with their documentation.


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