What’s next for tech?

Perhaps the most challenging technological phenomenon in the world today is the emergence of artificial intelligence (AI), in particular robots and machines that can spot new patterns in data and learn for themselves.

Inventing the future

In 2015, Enel CEO Francesco Starace launched a visionary, wide-ranging program called Futur-e to explore options for re-purposing 23 of the company’s largest power stations in Italy.

Transition

To survive and prosper in this challenging new environment, companies and public authorities alike need to respond to these newly empowered citizens and partner with them to re-think the fundamentals of modern living.

Innovation in the sun

In an era when generation X and millennials as well as the old timers are craving new experiences and increased leisure time we speak to Mattia Ulivieri, Blue Marlin Ibiza MD, about what to expect next from the White Island.

The future of Aston Martin

"Electrification is where we are hanging our hat because we believe it is the most efficient way to look at the future", Marek Reichman, chief creative officer, Aston Martin.

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Transition

To survive and prosper in this challenging new environment, companies and public authorities alike need to respond to these newly empowered citizens and partner with them to re-think the fundamentals of modern living.

The Speed of Business

Soon, IoT-enabled digital workspaces will help create office environments that automatically adapt to a user’s individual preferences.