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After being trained by the guru of all motivational speakers, Anthony Robbins (coached Sir Anthony Hopkins to President Clinton to Donna Karan to Andre Agassi), international speaker, leadership & peak performance coach, Anand Chulani created LOL Method which empowers leaders in sport, business to optimize their optimize their talent and perform at their peak consistently. In the last year, the LOL Method has been embraced by leaders of companies such as Google, Airtel, Bharti, Vodafone, Turner Broadcasting, Exonn Mobil, Lloyds Bank, UBS, Target, Cisco Systems and Credit Suisse and organizations such as YPO International and the International Association of Hostage Negotiation. An expert in peak performance and emotional fitness, Chulani is a regular guest on Bloomberg News and has written articles for Harper's Bazaar, CNN GO and LA Confidential. As part of his expertise, Chulani coaches people to get the best out of talents, keep themselves in good emotional shape and knock out limiting patterns and beliefs to help them get results in areas that range from anti-smoking to weight loss to relationship management to performing at their best at home and at work.

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"Mobile payments" is about as unsexy as technology buzzwords get. We're basically talking about phones and money. And it's hard enough to get people excited about money in the first place—unless you're receiving large sums of it, that is—let alone using a phone to make or spend it.

But it is exciting! Trust us. And there's a reason why you're going to be hearing a lot more about mobile commerce before this year is done.

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In anticipation of the upcoming IxDA Interaction12 Conference taking place in Dublin, Ireland February 1-4, Core77 will be bringing you a preview of this year's event. Follow us as we chat with keynote speakers, presenters and workshop leaders to give you a sneak peek at some of the ideas and issues to be addressed at this year's conference. Come by and say hello to us at the Coroflot Connects recruiting event and don't miss out on our live coverage as we report from the ground in Dublin!

In our first preview of Interaction12, Core77 contributing writer Christina Beard sits down with keynote speaker and two-time Curiosity Club alum, Amber Case to learn more about cyborg anthropology, the merging of our physical and digital worlds and the prospects of becoming superhuman in our technologically evolving world.

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"Good technology should make you superhuman," claims Amber Case, a cyborg anthropologist. Cyborg anthropology is a way of understanding how we live as technosocially connected citizens in the modern era. Case explores questions like: How is human experience evolving with technology? What are the implications to privacy in the digital realm? and How does technology affects our humanity?

In 2010 Fast Company named Case one of the most influential women in technology. She's given talks at conferences like TED and SXSW Interactive, and recently published A Dictionary of Cyborg Anthropology, a book that explores how technology is changing the way we live. Case is also a two-time Curiosity Club alum. Later this month, Case will give a talk on Ambient Location and the Future of the Interface, at Webvisions in New York City and in February, she will be one of six keynotes presenting at Interactions12 in Dublin.

Case believes we all live in the future. "We're able to touch a button and hear something on the other side of the world. We're able to carry a community in our pockets as we walk down the street," she says. By using anthropological methods to study human behavior and discover how people work, play, share and communicate she's able to make better tools for users for some of the largest companies like Levi's, Target, and Microsoft.

She looks to history to reveal the future. Specifically looking up to people like Mark Weiser, a PARC (Palo Alto Research Center Incorporated) researcher from the 1970's who came up with the concept of calm computing.


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