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3 Kommentare zu “Digitalisierung – Heute: „Automated Society“ und weitere buzzwords.”

  1. Hans Bonfigt (Sonntag, der 4. Dezember 2016)

    Ja, lieber Roland,
    die Botschaft hör‘ ich schon, allein, es gibt das Wissen…

    Glauben Sie ernsthaft, eine Gesellschaft, die das Gefahrenpotential eines breitbandig angeschlossenen Internetrouters nicht erkennt und folgerichtig nichts dagegen unternimmt, wäre in der Lage, ein selbstfahrendes Fahrzeug zu bauen?

    Eine Gesellschaft, die das Potential eines Transrapid verkennt und stattdessen plan- willen- und ziellos in die Sackgasse „Elektroantrieb“ abbiegt – die bekommt doch keine sinnvollen Konzepte auf die Reihe?

  2. rd (Sonntag, der 4. Dezember 2016)

    Gute Frage!

  3. Chris Wood (Dienstag, der 6. Dezember 2016)

    Yes, my worst job experience, (except for the odd disaster), came when I was persuaded to take the “standby” mobile telephone for a weekend. In an emergency, a customer could call it. None did, so I got paid for doing nothing. But it ruined my weekend! The worst aspect was that, if a customer called, there was little chance that I could help. As a developer, my knowledge was too specialised for trouble-shooting.
    I am reminded that a professional sportsman can have a similar problem. The goalkeeper whose team loses 0-1 after dominating the game is one case. Even worse is the case of the “slip fielder” in cricket. He waits up to 6 hours in a day for a ball to come off the edge of the bat, so he can catch it. He needs to concentrate only when the ball is bowled. But that means a few hundred times in the day, with perhaps only one or two difficult catch chances.

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