Frames from a moving camera recorded by the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, Switzerland, show how intelligent camera technology distinguishes among people by giving each person a unique color and number, then tracking  them.

Frames from a moving camera recorded by the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, Switzerland, show how intelligent camera technology distinguishes among people by giving each person a unique color and number, then tracking them.

Digital futurist Amy Webb has followed tech trends for more than a decade, and she’s looking ahead to 2015 and beyond. She predicts that ephemeral networks with disappearing email and social media will tackle both privacy and digital clutter. Your next device will be wearable, so you’ll get your newsfeed on your wrist and take photos with a blink. Video game technology will hit newsrooms, making journalism into an immersive experience. Digital security will be big, with off-the-grid phones and new encryption for desktops. We explore the trends for 2015 and beyond.

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  • Amy Webb CEO, Webbmedia Group

Webbmedia Group's 2015 Tech Trends Report

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