Linux News Today: Mark Shuttleworth Talks "The Internet of Revenue Generating Things" at 4YFN 2016
Canonical, Ubuntu, and their founder, Mark Shuttleworth, are all present at the MWC (Mobile World Congress) 2016 event that takes place these days between February 22-25, in Barcelona, Spain.
We reported earlier on the fact that Canonical has just won the “Best of MWC 2016” award from the well-known Trusted Reviews technology blog, for their new Ubuntu Tablet devices, the BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition.
However, it looks like MWC 2016 also hosts various other small events, such as that of the 4YFN (4 Years from Now) non-profit Spanish organization that works to encourage the development of communication tools.
We all know that Mark Shuttleworth is a fan of new technologies, especially those that involve IoT (Internet of Things), so today, February 24, 2016, he had a keynote speech at 4YFN 2016 to talk about “The Internet of Revenue Generating Things.”
In the 30-minute video attached below, courtesy of UbuntuFun.de, we can have the pleasure of seeing and hearing Mark Shuttleworth talk about the future, about business in the robot age.
This is without any doubt one the most interesting speeches from Mr. Shuttleworth, so we strongly recommend that you take a 30 minute brake, a cup of good coffee, and watch the video. You won’t regret it, and you’ll learn some new things!