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FOMOfanz is simplifying the complex and translating the geek speak to cure your fear of missing out.  Hosted by Brian Fanzo, Founder of iSocialFanz, global millennial keynote speaker, and change evangelist.  Brian leverages his 9 years working in cyber security for the Department of Defense, his 2 years in cloud computing and social business combined with the past 4 years as an international keynote speaker and CEO of a social media strategy agency to share a unique perspective on a wide range of topics.  Brian is best known by @iSocialFanz the personal brand he’s grown to over 250k followers while being a proud Millennial and Dad of three girls.  FOMOfanz leverages Brian’s Think Like A Fan philosophy to provide unique access for his community live streaming the podcast each while being a daily content creator on SnapchatInstagramFacebook Live and Periscope.  Brian also co-hosts a podcast called SMACtalk with Daniel Newman which focuses on social, mobile, analytics and cloud that’s in it’s 4th year.  

Mar 19, 2017

As a proud tech geek, futurist, social influencer and speaker the most popular question I’m often asked at events like SXSW is: “What does the future of technology look like?”

This question for many leads to conversations around augmented reality, virtual reality, artificial intelligence, digital transformation, robotics, cognitive computing and machine learning.  As much as I love technology, I’ve always struggled with answering that question in a manner that isn’t guessing like a weatherman does but rather giving people a path and workflow that they can picture that isn’t about the technology rather the change and possibilities enabled by technology of the future.  

Technology and Innovation of the Future requires:

  1. Collaboration Beyond Human To Human
  2. Simplification of Human Predictable Habits

I breakdown these two concepts, how I see this working and I challenge you the listeners to re-think collaboration while looking at your own workflow and process and start identifying where technology can simplify your day giving you back minutes or even hours that money can never buy!