There’s a smart working revolution

The companies that can start to disconnect hierarchy from space will be the ones who free themselves up to take advantage of the new generational workplace.

Could humans become immortal in our lifetimes?

The idea that death is preventable is acquiring traction. Is this human ambition exceeding its grasp, or could we become immortal within our lifetimes?

Working in a VUCA World

Faced with an existential challenge to their traditional ways of doing business, many companies are replicating the innovative VUCA thinking developed by the U.S. military in the face of a world that is Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous.

Talking with machines

Ever since grunts became words, speech has helped us learn, plan, and do amazing things. Our communication has been shaped by twin desires: to be understood and to understand.

Preparing for a computer-driven future

Just as the steam engine has come to symbolize the industrial revolution of the 19th century, perhaps no single object represents the democratic, consumer-centered economies of the 20th century better than the mass-produced automobile.

50 years of innovation

Q&A with Minoru Usui, CEO, Epson: "Moverio is an excellent example of how technology can contribute to people's imaginative powers and also increase their efficiency."

Implementing blockchain across the city

Q&A with Ali Sajwani, former Chief Information Officer, Emirates NBD: "Around 90 percent of our transactions go through our digital channels now."

The sky’s the limit

Interview with Mark Dixon, CEO and Founder, Regus: "As the world moves from analog to digital, it is changing the way companies work and where people work".

The workplace of the future

Interview with Carlo Ratti, Director of the MIT Senseable City Lab: " You still want to build a beautiful space, but the important thing is really the new interaction within that space that you create with technology."

Is our future secure?

Electricity companies around the world are facing an alarming spike in cyber-attacks, sometimes with dramatic consequences. Nozomi Networks is deploying machine learning to identify any anomalies in a network that could indicate a cyberattack.

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