BCM325 – Future Societies BETA

Continuing on in my BCM325 Digital Artefact I have stumbled into some issues and overcome some problems. One of the main problems ive run into is the production of content. Its a lot more time consuming than I originally thought it would be, although it does get easier the more I do it (by being able to draw on similar ideas).

I have decided that I will write blogs on screenings done within the BCM325 Class in order to minimise time spent watching and analysing films/episodes and maximise productivity. By doing this im able to draw on relevant ideas and put more academic research and lecture material within my DA. By including these screenings in my DA it will allow me to give a more professional and foundation for my DA, giving it credibility and structure.

By week 13 I plan to have at least 7 screenings completed and included in my digital artefact and continue to strive for a stronger feedback loop within my DA in order to have completed this project to a high standard.


Blog post 3

Overall my project had some implications however for the basis of getting to know the program ‘After Effects’ I believe the outcome was done fairly well. I learnt a lot about the functionality of the program as well as how to work things a lot easier. Although the process was more time consuming than I had originally planned for, by the end I had learnt many things that I definitely struggled with in the start. Including:

  • Double clicking a shape allows you to rotate it.
  • Having a shape selected when making another shape makes them grouped.
  • Finding where different affects could be found (in the add bar)

These three techniques made the usability of After Effects much easier. Although I definitely wouldnt call myself a pro, I can definitely make creative motion designs, and keeping these techniques in mind its made it so much easier for me to able to visualise my ideas for the future projects coming up in this class.

Overall I think I did quite well with basic idea I had, Had I shot a little higher with my goals for this project I would have been able to produce something a little more dramatic and creative, however I did find myself quite limited by the end of this design. I found the design basic and restricting, however with this in mind I believe I met the criteria required and am looking to push myself in the future projects.

The aesthetics of the project ended up coming together quite well, I didn’t want to chose anything too exotic – colour wise, just as the design wasn’t very exotic. I chose a basic colour palette so that the design and the aesthetic was cohesive. A brighter colour scheme probably would’ve worked better had I sped up the pace of everything, however it was more a soothing/calming design so I chose to keep a calm colour palette to match.

Issues I face during this project were mainly minimal and were able to be overcame by a bit of critical thinking and experimenting, however the biggest issues I had was grouping things together, as each compartment appears and disappears in different ways it made it difficult to keep each layer connected to each other. However once I got my head around this it made the project much easier. The main issue I had with this design was having each square even and aligned. Not being able to have ruler margins to keep everything clean and tight made things a little difficult for something which is so highly formatted.

(Alignment with shapes wasn’t easy as viewed here)

Having discussed the next task with the class I’ve been looking into different ways I can create a lyric video in an interesting and innovative way. I think doing more research is where I failed myself in this project. I got a little overexcited and jumped in without really exploring the different avenues I could have gone down. This is why I ended up un such a restrictive position by the end.

Some techniques that I didn’t quite get my head around that I want to learn for the next project would be lines (continuous) showing up overtime. I plan to include this in my next project, working with text will be a little more difficult than shapes especially when typography comes into play. This is something I’m working towards whilst also keeping an open mind and choosing a more creative and free flowing design rather than something limiting. I want to push my limits in the next project and now that I know how to do the basics I think it’ll be much easier to do so.

As explained from Jonathan Barnbrook “Form comes first from a new ideology or philosophy. It very rarely can appear by just working or visually experimenting. Form has to be absolutely about the meaning of the work— what I am trying to say and the most interesting way to say it.” (Graphic Design Thinking : Beyond Brainstorming) I think this is definitely something useful is definitely a better approach to design than just jumping in and fiddling

Black Mirror: Arkangel

In this episode of Black Mirror we look into brain chips. This implant in a series of children allowed their parents to “protect” them. This Chip along with its tablet system shows you the recipient’s body functions, Shows what their eyes can see, tracks the recipient, as well as many other functions. This episode is interesting as much as it is different. We microchip our pets to be able to track them, see where they’ve been and make sure if they do get lost, they can also be found. Where does privacy start and end? This form of technology could change the world in so many ways…. For better or worse.

Benefits of the Arkangel

Imagine.. Being able to locate any missing persons. Being able to detect sickness and health. Sharing your sight with other people. Whether you’re looking at a pretty sunset or you’re using it for educational purposes. The possibilities are actually endless. Health and safety would be at their peak. Doctors would be able to simply find issues within the human body with the help of the Arkangel. Police officers would be able to locate people.

Downsides of the Arkangel

There are quite a few negative sides to the Arkangel implant, all of which are surrounding privacy. For a start.. imagine not knowing who’s watching you. If you lose the Tablet system connected to your chip? in worst case scenario, Imagine criminals; human traffickers, sex traffickers, murderers, got a hold of the data base where the data from the arkangel is stored. Imagine small time criminals; burglars robbing your house, taking the tablet and watching (through your eyes) where you keep your valuables and then robbing you a second time. Looking at scenarios where criminals aren’t involved. having someone constantly being able to look and see your personal life would be very daunting. at the end of the day we’ve all got skeletons in the closet, small or big, and that information should be private to each individual.

To break down this type of technology and future society, heres a number of questions to ask ourselves..

How would Privacy be stored?

When it comes to technology, there are a number of issues surrounding privacy. in todays society, we have microphones listening to us, showing ads on our facebook and instagram with related products and brands surrounding our conversation. Imagine being bombarded with constant advertisements after simply thinking about things, not even saying your thoughts out loud and having ads show up afterward. Privacy is a right but the more technology advances the less privacy everyone has..

Would this technology be accessible to everyone?

I can’t imagine that This would be accessible to everyone straight away, I believe – similar to the episodes depiction – it would start as a trial, however if the trial was deemed to be successful and it became a common piece of technology I can imagine that over time it would be inserted into everyone.

How realistic is this piece of technology?

This form of technology doesn’t exist (yet) however there are aspects fo this technology that are commonly used or have been invented. Tracking: apps like Life360, Find my iPhone, Etc. This technology is already deeply developed. The Recording of vision feature isn’t something that has been developed yet, however there are glasses that have microphones and cameras in them to record conversations and behaviour. As for the censoring feature – censoring is used in apps on computers, phones, tvs and tablets however censoring everything to a younger audiences eye isn’t something that has been developed either. That being said – technology is rapidly developing and this Arkangel type of technology isn’t exactly far-fetched.

How would the law be enforced using this technology?

This technology would assist law enforcement in a number of ways. Would this mean a collapse in the traditional justice system? being able to see whodunnit there wouldn’t be a need for lawyers going back and forth of he said, she said, and discovering the truth. The truth is recorded, lawyers would be more aimed as a defence for the guilty to try to get off without a hare conviction. How would judges and jury be able to make such decisions? Would this mean for less police officers? Or more? Would this end issues that we are currently facing in todays society? Like police abuse of power? Food for thought.

Would there be changes in city planning?

I tend to disagree with the idea that there would be changes. As this is a “cloud like” technology I can’t imagine that there would be much physical changes to city, towns and suburbs.

All In all, there are so many different things to consider when technology starts taking over. how would governments work, will there be new city planning, what are the environmental aspects to consider? How do Law and Safety come into things? What are the consequences of the technology? hopefully theres enough food for thought here.

Let me know what you think in the comments

Til next time,


Blog post 2

When getting task 1 underway its always important to start with the design process and seperate each stage to be able to have a clear understanding of how I plan to undertake this task.

For task 1 I’ve decided to use a number of motion design fundamentals in order to have a comprehensive piece of motion design. These techniques are used though both my Motion Design and Still Poster. Implied moment, Moment in time, and keyframing are all techniques I will definitely be using to finalise my AR Poster. As a result of having a broader understanding of After Effects (AE), I have learnt to allow AE to develop my “tweens” otherwise known as “in-between frames” further explained In Lupton, E, & Phillips, JC 2008, Graphic Design : The New Basics.

As I have begun to get this task underway, Ive used a number of geometric forms throughout the motion deign to keep the piece cohesive and neat.. Whilst learning about new forms of graphics in motion design it was important to maintain the foundations of graphics in order to make the piece make sense. Using these fundamentals within my motion design in after affects made my experience and abilities to use the software much easier. Using similar ideas to previous projects, creation of graphic elements was much easier than the motion side of things, however with more development ive compartmentalised the screen into eight different sections showing different graphic elements and movements.

By dividing the screen up into 8 serrate pieces this gave me the ability to use positive and negative space. Each section has its own graphic elements exploring a number of effects including rotation, keyframe positioning, Bounce, pucker and bloat, repeating of elements, twisting, scale, round corners etc. Although at this point I haven’t quite figured out the aesthetics of the work, I plan on using a bright and fun colour scheme to captivate my audience for the final product (putting this into Artivive and making the poster)

Some of these boxes didn’t work to the best of their abilities and things were constantly changing as my abilities with the functionality of After Effects were expanding. With this came new and different ideas for the position, appearing/disappearing of different elements, However I haven’t quite figured out the definite portion and motions of the graphics, I now know enough about the program to be able to make the functionality of the motion graphic

In comparison to “Innovation of Loneliness” my motion design with have a strict colour scheme keeping it aesthetically appealing. I noticed in this Motion Graphic circle and lines are the main theme. Although my Design won’t have a storyline or speech my main graphic elements are square and circles. In contrast to “Innovation of Loneliness” my graphic elements are repetitive, whereas this motion graphic is constantly changing to express the story line.

Peer Assessment and Critical Analysis

Since having done our pitches for our Digital Artefacts for BCM325 we’ve been looking into our peers pitches and offering ideas, Scholarly research, journals, articles and any other information we can give on the topic. This essentially gives each project a varying set of eyes each time someone critically analyses each post. By the end of this not only will we have helped three or more students bring their concept to life but also receive assistance when it comes to our own pitches.

Pitch 1: Taylah – The future of the Film Industry

In Taylah’s’ blog you’ll see in the Comment Section, my reflection on her pitch and offering different views and opinions.

On Taylah’s comment, although not knowing much about the film industry (as Im not much of a film person) it was a little more difficult to comment on her post, however I think I took the approach to her Digital artefact differently to other people who commented on her work. Im familiar with Disney and their remakes, last year I followed someone else Digital artefact which made some good points on remakes. Although the information wasn’t necessarily specific to the future of the Film Industry I did look into remakes, what makes people remake movies and why they do so. Using this information I believe would be beneficial to Taylah as it goes into depth on the remake industry. She will have to manoeuvre this information or look for a little more in-depth data/research on futuristic films If thats the avenue she choses to go down however I think this is a good starting point for her.

Pitch 2: Josephine – Investigating the future of women in leadership

Here you can find my comment on Josephines pitch post.

On Josephines post I elaborated on information I know about. Coming from a family that owns a small business I know that my parents get paid an “incentive” to hire women due to the industry being male dominated. Women make up 90% of the business and 5 out of 7 leadership roles are women. This was well before the incentive was introduced however learning more about the incentive it was due to the industry being male dominated… that I didn’t know due to my parents business being so highly female dominated. I thought it would be worth sharing this information with Josephine so she can further broaden her audience if she choses. I also offered some helpful articles that would be worth re-blogging to help women who wish to take the step to having a better chance to be in leadership. In this comment I didn’t include an academic article due to the nature of the comment. The comment was also getting quite long so I didn’t want to overload her with information but I should cut down somewhere else so I could have included that. Ill keep this in mind for my next comment.

Pitch 3: Asher – The Future of Bots

On Ashers post you’ll find my comment here

For Ashers post, this was a little bit harder as his topic was very specific to bots and had already chosen the exact topics and direction that he wished to take his project. Due to this I decided it was best for me to do some general search on his topics and bots as a whole and included these in my comment. I thought this would be useful to Asher so that he could take this information and build on It to assist in his Essay that are being posted in weeks 5 and 8. Using an academic Journal I found some information on how bots are used in the US political system (as that was one of the topics for his essay) and found some more information that may assist him in his studies and may even help him find new/different information. I also included an article that looks at how bots are likely to be used in the future and looking at not only bots on the web but bots in real life too.

Overall I think my comments went well and I hope they’re of some use to Taylah, Josephine and Asher in their studies.


BCM325 Live Tweeting

This session in BCM325 – Future Cultures, we’ve been doing screenings throughout each seminar. Of which we’ve had to Live tweet with our class in order to communicate effectively with our classmates and discuss the topics at hand.

Here you’ll find some of my tweets sorted into weekly sections along with an analysis of the tweets as a whole.

Week 1 – Metropolis

This week was the first week of Live tweeting. I assumed that it would be easy to watch a movie and tweet at the same time. I was severely wrong about this… So much so I tweeted about it

Heres something they don’t tell you: When typing a tweet you need to make sure you’re still paying attention to the film your watching. I missed many pieces of the film by focussing on making good quality tweets. however I still managed to get some good tweets in

Here are some of the tweets I would consider my best for the week of Metropolis

*Retweet on my profile*

These the tweets pretty much sum up my mind blowing moments throughout the week. As ridiculous as it sounds, these tweets kind of gave me that eureka moment of wow I get the drift and the possiblilities of media, techonolgy and how societies function.

Being the first week however there were some pretty dud tweets – looking back I wonder what I was thinking. The tweets aren’t horrible tweets but the content is so minimal that when it comes to what I was actually talking about – your guess is about as good as mine..

Week 2 – A Space Odyssey

Now moving onto week 2 – a completely different movie to Metropolis.. At this point ive gathered the ways in which to tweet (well more or less). The following are some of my highlights when it comes to my breakthrough moments:

But who would it even be my twitter account without random tweets that aren’t relevant in any way, shape or form? No – With that I introduce the highlights from this week

It was at this point she knew: no one cares

Throughout the first weeks I didn’t quite understand how people knew all this random information or picked up on little details and made it relevant to the screening… I hadn’t quite figured out the whole “pre-research the film for information” to compensate for this I ended up retweeting other peoples useful tweets.. In the more recent weeks I figured it out and started sharing similar types of information but in the earlier weeks I was clueless which is something ive improved on.

Week 3 – West World

Here was where my live tweeting started to take off, I really started to engage ( I think this may have been due to the inclusion of conversation ) I found it harder to focus in earlier weeks as the screenings where either silent or were with not that much speech but West World was an interesting story line from the beginning and throughout.

Heres some of my Top Tweets

Here are some of the tweets throughout the screening that are relevant to society, technology and the media

Week 4 – The Blade Runner

This Screening had me asking some questions, However the content shared and discussed by other students was at its peak in this week. Everyone brought their A-game this week and shared so much quality information. I didn’t quite grasp the story line (too busy trying to tweet and not watching the movie whist reading others tweets) so I had to read a synopsis after the film, But the points discussed by other students were amazing – connections to todays society, New technologies, Different society and the reality of todays functioning in the same way. Amazing.

*link was broken so heres a screenshot – Can be found on my twitter*
*Retweeted on my profile*

Week 5 – Ghost in the Shell

In this week I started to capture the whole concept of doing research before the screening… I probably overdid it to compensate for the fact that ive been oblivious for the last four weeks however doing so I found some interesting information on articles and I even looked up little bits and pieces of the screening that I wanted to know more about to get a better idea of why Anime films are made the way they are..

Overall, I think I’m starting to get a real hang on the live tweeting, However to improve my tweets I think it would be ideal to discuss more topics in the reading and lectures. The overall experience has been great and has been an excellent foundation for my Digital Artefact as im looking at future societies and how they would function in a holistic approach.

Heres my Twitter Profile to have a look at any other tweets/retweets and discussions. There are many but to keep this blog to a minimum I couldn’t include everything..

Until next time,
Melanie xx

Escape of the Dead 2

In BCM300 we’ve been looking at board games, more specifically how to analyse board games to get an understanding of the gaming community.

As discussed throughout this session the word “game” doesn’t have one definition that covers all aspects of gaming play. This is something that I found interesting and also confusing however as we dove into more detail this statement begins to make more and more sense to me as time goes on.

When learning about the categories of games I realised that there is a whole world of information that I was unaware of – when I play games, I play them because they’re fun and are a good way to spend time with other people. I never even thought of the in depth analysis of the game, how they were build, their themes methods and so much more!

When selecting a game I found Escape of the dead 2 – a game (if you couldn’t already tell) is about zombies. Something that automatically caught my eye as Im a huge fan of anything post apocalyptic.

Game Play:

Taking the time to learn how to play this game took a minute (partly because I couldn’t find a dice for the life of me) but once I got the dice I well on my way. When research which game I wanted to play I purchased based a few, anything with a huge rules list was a no from me. Im a simple girl and don’t like to overcomplicate things.

My response to the game was poor at the start because I had to keep referring back to the rules before I quite understood what was going on, however once I got the hang of it and knew I had to get to the hospital with health, fuel and luck it made it a bit easier.

Personally I didn’t quite find the game as engaging, having downloaded and printed the game it was black and white, the lack of colour gave me a lack of interest (personally). The overall board itself seemed messy and rushed – Probably a marketing/design technique as it is about zombies trying to kill you. However it didn’t really excite me. The fact that the board was also split down the middle made me a little confused at first. Personally would have preferred for each section to have had their own board. It didn’t bother me at the start but once playing the game I came to realise that a different set up would’ve been much easier. Bearing in mind it is a solo game so the tactics behind the game making was probably to keep the game space to a minimum.

As discussed by Caillois games can be decided into four categories, Taking this into consideration I recognised that Escape of the Dead 2 belongs to the Alea and Ilinx categories. Meaning the game is influenced by chance. being single player game, having a dice allows for the game to be played thousands of times before the exact same play is had. The experience changes each time due to the feature of randomness and chance. In addition to this the game has to take place in a physical dimension. You need a space to be able to play this game ( although the space isn’t necessarily big you’ll still need space for the board.

The games story line is discussed as a post apocalyptic setting with the rules requiring you to survive the zombie apocalypse by making it to the Hospital – which is described as a safe space. The mechanics of the game linked quite well with the game. The overall story line was kept well maintained which keeps the game from getting repetitive and allows me as a player to play this game over and over again with the possibility with different outcomes.

The game in my personal opinion changed my mood and behaviour as I after half an hour of playing the game, I had enough and begun getting frustrated. The lack of colour and excitement didn’t keep me stimulated enough for me to give the game a good crack. Although I didn’t quite enjoy the game as a whole I know that there are many single player board games that are much more enjoyable.

This game is also mainly Ludic game in regards to the fact that the game itself has strict rules that need to be adhered to in order to play the game (and ultimately succeed) Although you could alter the rules in order to play a variety of different versions of the game (by getting rid of rules and adding different ones). To do so you’d have to know the fuctionalities of the game quite well however it can be done. On the spectrum of Padic games in comparison to Ludic games Escape of the dead definitely is more towards the Ludic side of things.

Although I didn’t quite enjoy the game as much as I would have hoped, I did enjoy playing a different type of game in comparison to the ones I know and play – which are all mass produced. Playing a Niche game was an interesting and different experience and I hope that I can find other small games that are able to stimulate my mind.

Til next time,

Black Mirror: Nosedive

The Black Mirror series looks at a number of society where technology is used in various ways. In a lot of ways these relaities seem “farfetched” however these realities are a lot closer to our every day than we realise. This particular episode captures the idea of social media in a different sense. The higher likes, comments, shares, followers, retweets, subscribers, etc are similar to having a higher rating in the society depicted in this episode of black mirror. But how would a society function in this fashion? When looking into this episode its important to note that society runs in a very similar way. We live in a society not far off that depicted in nosedive. Although ALL aspects of life aren’t necessarily revolved around influencing and social media, a lot of aspects are – especially in younger generations.

When breaking down this episode, ill look into a number of questions that will further break down the logistics of “Nosedive”

Would this technology be accessible to everyone?

Similarly to phones nowadays, everyone has one. They’re more or less easy to obtain and you only really use one if you wish. This is shown in the episode as well seeing the main character (Lacie) meeting the truck driver who doesn’t care for the rating system. People will ultimately have the choice of using the technology however people who don’t use the technology are choosing not to conform to society and are more likely to be outcasts due to non-conformity.

How realistic is this form of technology?

This technology isn’t too far fetched. We are already living in a society where social media praise is a huge thing. Having a number of views and followers is becoming more of a desire than ever. Although the rating system looks as though its one app similar to WeChat (China’s Social Media app) that holds a number of different apps within the one main application. However in Australia we have freedom to use different platforms for different uses. Instagram = photos, Facebook = information, Tiktok = short video, Youtube = longer videos, Snapchat = single use photos. you can have a high following on one without having a huge following on the others. Whilst in Nosedive, everything contributes – even the way you treat others, how well you make your customers coffee, etc.

How would the law be enforced?

as shown In the end of the episode you see lacie cursing the system and swearing about the functionality of life. punishment is inflicted by lowering ratings. Individuals with a severely low rating are considered ‘at risk’ and a danger to society. Having the law surrounding the application means there would need to be a government body to regulate these “laws” and “punishments”

Would there be a change in city planning?

Not necessarily, its quite common for people of similar status and class to live in similar areas. People of higher class and status live In the “rich” areas and those of lower status don’t tend to live in the same areas – due to affordability.

Would there be changes in class and status?

This is an interesting topic when it comes to this episode. People of higher class have a higher rating. More “important” jobs, Living in more expensive areas, etc. I don’t believe that society would change much in this aspect. Jobs surrounding Law the people would need to have a high rating in order to gain clients, its almost like google reviews but on people. You can down rate someone who gives you grief or a bad experience, similar to giving people a 1 star review on Tripadvisor. It would be interesting to see how these high pressure and high class jobs would function with this rating system – just food for thought.

Safety Features

In order to maintain the standards of the system it would be important to have a number of people who are able to negatively impact the rating system should a person be misbehaving. Similarly to the security guard that gives Lacie “Double Damage” where every negative review or rating has twice the power it usually would. When it comes to the list of people who are able to do this, where does the list end?

  • Security Guards
  • Police
  • Teachers
  • Government bodies
  • Bouncers at clubs
  • Correctional centre guards
  • etc

The list could realistically go on for a while, inclusive of anyone who has power over a mass group of people. This also leads us into so many issues that we are facing today where people are abusing their power. Police, government bodies, leaders, etc. Will there be a regulatory body to file complaints of misconduct? having reviews of behaviour to see if justice was or was not served? There are a lot of things to consider when it comes to looking at a new form of technology taking over.

All In all, there are so many different things to consider when technology starts taking over. how would governments work, will there be new city planning, what are the environmental aspects to consider? How do Law and Safety come into things? What are the consequences of the technology? hopefully theres enough food for thought here.

Let me know what you think in the comments

Til next time,


blog 1

When it comes to looking into the title sequences “Night of the Demons” and “Chilling adventures of Sabrina” there are a number of factors to discuss and consider.

Both of these motion graphics are explored in a similar way. Using objects with somewhat minimal movement throughout the sequence, whilst maximising movement on secondary motion and temporal considerations. Both of these communicate the context of the series in which they are about.

Night of the Demons showcasing the main themes, telling a short story within the sequence by using motion. The primary motion used throughout this sequences includes a number of pauses, timing techniques, follow throughs and overlapping, as well as accelerations and decorations. All of these build tension and effectively communicate the content that is about to be portrayed in the show. The Chilling adventures of Sabrina using similar techniques. Both sequences use secondary motion for tracking, crane shots and zooming to make effective connections between each part of the sequence. Whilst each part of the sequence may be compartmentalised, they are all tied together by these camera motion techniques. Furthermore, Another important set of techniques used by both Robert Hack and Kathy Zielinski are temporal techniques. These professions employed techniques such as timing and velocity to further the effectiveness of these sequences. Doing all of this including the sound that was put together with the sequence allows for an overall cohesive motion design that is not only technically effective but also aesthetically effective.

Whilst these two sequences were very similar in the techniques and aesthetics explored its important to note that “Night of the demons” was created in 1988, and the “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” was made in 2018. Once understanding this an audience is able to see how the newer sequence based a variety of aesthetics and techniques from the earlier sequence. This is further broken down by Ester Zuckerman in her article.

*slide the “</>” to see each thumb nail of each sequence*

Using similar aesthetics and motion techniques there are a number of similarities between both sequences. One of the main notable points In looking at the thumbnails are the typography. Both of these motion designs explore a similar type theme/family. Although there is one distinct difference between each sequence and that is the use of colour. Depending on the context of each series, Night of the demons is a lot darker than Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, therefore the animations depict a difference feeling to express the contents of each series. When it comes to Optical vs Digital, its also important to note that these similarities between each sequence are still notable, regardless of the way in which these motions were made.

Although having 30 years between the making of each sequence both explore similar themes and techniques. Chilling Adventures of Sabrina has a fair bit more complexity to the sequence however when broken down it still creates the same feelings as Night of the Demons made 30 years prior. Both are looking at different storylines, however their motion graphic sequences portray the same, if not extremely similar ideas.

Future Technologies Pitch

During BCM325 creating a digital artefact that explores the possibilities of the future is something that is something that is both exciting and relevant. technology is evolving, and as it does, we will need to do so with it. This assessment not only lets us explore our ideologies of the future but it also allows us to collaborate other ideas to gain a better perspective.

Brain-chips are something I wish to look into so I found some research on the topic, and Cyber crime is something we will need to consider for the duration of our DA as there can always be implications.