Archive for December, 2015

Don’t kid yourself, a robot could do your job (says Fastco-Exist)

A good review of the key issues via FastcoExist. The next time you’re daydreaming at work, think about the tasks you’ve performed that day. Be honest with yourself about what parts of them have involved skills that you think are unique to human cognition: Empathy,

Gerd Leonhard, TFA’s CEO, to speak at CIOCITY 16 in Amsterdam, June 27-28

The flagship event for every international CIO is now scheduled. Mark your agenda for June 27-28 in Amsterdam! Do not miss the workshops by @gleonhard and @creativores. Review the brochure of these 2 events, and keep track of the speakers and registration process on CIO CITY’s dedicated website! Click

Technology Trends 2016

It’s this time of the year again for everyone in the business to release their yearly predictions. In order to save you some time, we collected all the most important and relevant trends – from the sources that matter, in one post. The trends have been collected by

Baidu’s Self-Driving Car Takes On Beijing Traffic

Baidu, China’s leading search company announced it is developing a self-driving car with BMW, MIT Technology Review reported earlier this month. Baidu is working on an automated car designed to cope with the traffic chaos in Beijing. The Chinese company is one of only a few to

2016 Predictions via Frank Diana

On Wednesday December 16th, I will participate in another Game Changers radio program with host Bonnie D. Graham. She will be joined by 16 guests that will share their predictions for 2016. To prepare for the show, I pulled together my predictions across six broad

Good resource: the ITU’s Information Society Report 2015

The Report, which has been published annually since 2009, features key ICT data and benchmarking tools to measure the information society, including the ICT Development Index (IDI). The IDI 2015 captures the level of ICT developments in 167 economies worldwide and compares progress made since