- Leading for creativity isn’t about being an artistic free spirit — it’s about having the necessary skills to think in ways that get things done.
- October 31, 2017 by Daniel GrossSpace tourism and self-driving cars are exciting to ponder, but what about just making our current systems work better?
- October 31, 2017 by Jeff HesseTo have the right talent to thrive in the future, companies need to start categorizing and analyzing the skills present in their organization today.
- October 18, 2017 by Daniel GrossAlgorithms and AI can help a company achieve massive scale, but they bring with them new risks.
- October 16, 2017 by Art KleinerArtificial intelligence may learn to track predispositions and personality traits, turning our inner personalities into a detectible second skin.
- August 8, 2017 by Andrew ApostolouAs the global defense industry embraces digital technology, it is creating a new type of warfare with different winners and losers.
- July 25, 2017 by Daniel GrossIt’s too simplistic to view advances in automation as inspiring either sadness or euphoria.
- May 24, 2017 by Daniel GrossThere is something unique about building houses that inherently eschews efficiency and automation.
- May 24, 2017 by Theodore KinniPublic policy professor Philip Auerswald takes on “the Great Man–Machine Debate.”
- May 10, 2017 by Anand RaoAs the conceptual side of computer science becomes practical and relevant to business, companies must decide what type of AI role they should play.
- April 12, 2017 by Daniel GrossForget your worries about the factory floor. Machines are already decimating retail jobs.
- April 6, 2017 by Daniel GrossAutonomous buses seem like a natural solution to a school bus driver shortage, but parents would certainly disagree.
- March 30, 2017 by Daniel GrossAs tasks such as ad placement are becoming automated, it’s obvious that machines will need to make a huge leap to discern context.
- March 9, 2017 by Daniel GrossRobots are becoming chefs, and software is our new chauffeur, but their capacity for empathy leaves something to be desired.
- During the next few years, says GE Digital’s leader, the Industrial Internet will turn every company into a digitally empowered enterprise.
- January 3, 2017 by Norbert SchwietersTechnology and the Internet of Things are eroding the boundaries that have long classified businesses. Here’s how to change your company’s approach.
- November 30, 2016 by Daniel GrossThe trend of manufacturers replacing human labor with machines isn’t restricted to the West.
- As they adapt to the shifting geography of sales and technological disruption, the companies that provide auto parts, components, and systems must reevaluate their product portfolios.
- October 26, 2016 by Daniel GrossThe electric vehicle and green energy industries show how rolling out innovations can be delayed in the face of time-consuming obstacles.
- October 3, 2016 by Sally HelgesenAt MIT’s Media Lab, an engineer and biophysicist — and double amputee — is designing prosthetics that connect body and brain.
- Global businesses are about to integrate their operations into a seamless digital whole, and thereby change the world.
- March 29, 2016 by Daniel GrossHow can a service economy function at its full potential if many service workers can’t afford to live anywhere near their jobs?
- As they look to enhance digital capabilities through mergers and acquisitions, traditional companies have to heed a new set of dating rules.
- May 18, 2015 by Eric J. McNultyThe Berkeley professor and his coauthor say companies can no longer afford to treat failure like a dirty secret they have to hide.
- When companies “share the shelf,” everyone wins.
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