- In The Ethical Algorithm, two University of Pennsylvania professors explain how social values such as fairness and privacy can be designed into machines.
- December 19, 2019 by Kevin ManeyArtificial intelligence could soon deliver sports commentary customized to a viewer’s preferences. And if robots can learn to do this sort of talking, the applications could be far-reaching.
- May 7, 2019 by Ben LyttletonA 3D simulation is changing the behaviors of the world’s best soccer players — and the business world is catching on.
- February 27, 2019 by Peter SchwartzSome of today’s innovations will become as prevalent as smartphones. Others, such as jet packs, won’t take off. Three factors can help you tell which are likely to succeed.
- A new PwC survey identifies the barriers to blockchain adoption, and how companies can overcome them.
- A new generation of devices, powered by artificial intelligence, could be in consumers’ hands within a few years.
- Digital tools can enhance the customer experience, but won’t replace people.
- May 16, 2018 by Alastair RimmerFor established firms, acquiring a digital startup comes with promise and pitfalls.
- Emerging digital tools and techniques are reinventing large-scale IT initiatives, one process at a time.
- February 27, 2018 by Bobbie van der ListFor Shin Sakane, CEO of Japan’s Seven Dreamers Laboratories, the key to innovation is satisfying unrecognized customer needs.
- January 9, 2018 by Art KleinerAnd what they tell us about China’s Belt and Road Initiative, Industry 4.0, and Silicon Valley dynamics.
- Technological changes foreshadow a dramatic — but manageable — shift in business logic everywhere.
- It’s time to take today’s technological threats seriously and change the way you do business. See also “A Guide to Winning the Digital Disruption Game.”
- November 29, 2017How to develop a coherent strategy to face today's technological threats. For more insight, read “10 Principles for Winning the Game of Digital Disruption.”
- September 27, 2017The fear of disruption is often exaggerated. In reality, organizations that are threatened by new technologies and new players usually have more time than they realize to craft an effective response. For further insights, read “The Fear of Disruption Can Be More Damaging than Actual Disruption.”
- Resist the urge to react too hastily to major change — or to use it as an excuse not to take action. Focus instead on making the fundamental strategic choices necessary to strengthen your business. See also “Disruptors and the Disrupted: A Tale of Eight Companies — in Pictures.”
- June 13, 2017 by Daniel GrossHiring people is often a last resort, even when an industry is growing.
- How technology endowed with creative intelligence changes the way companies generate and distribute content.
- 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.
- November 8, 2016 by Ron S. DemboThe world is shifting its dominant technological model away from serial programming, and for many incumbents the transition will be challenging.
- July 26, 2016 by Chunka MuiStartup nuTonomy thinks that the island nation is the place to make autonomous vehicles — in the form of driverless taxis — a reality.
- April 27, 2016 by Paula LoopToday’s rapidly changing technology environment often has boards scrambling to keep up. The best way to do so lies in recruiting more digital expertise while improving the quality of conversations.
- As they look to enhance digital capabilities through mergers and acquisitions, traditional companies have to heed a new set of dating rules.
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