By Andreas Hipp Founder and CEO, Incipio Member of the Advisory Team, HOT TELECOM
Almost from the beginning of human time (or humanity), virtual things have been part of our day to day life, evolving at a fast pace during the Homo Sapiens era around 30,000 year BC. From then on, our cognitive abilities allowed us to invent art and music, amongst many other things, beyond the basic needs for the human race’s survival. During the following millennia, we aggressively pursued the creation of things we cannot touch, or feel, but that we still believe in. For example, music can’t be touched, but touches you. This process changed a large part of our life and reality, from the tangible to the intangible.