Technology Articles

Computing in the Future (via The Economist)

The Economist published an interesting article recently in its Leaders, headed: “The era of predictable improvement in computer hardware is ending. What comes next?” Quotes: “A modern Intel Skylake processor contains around 1.75 billion transistors—half a million of them would fit on a single transistor

Frank Diana’s Presentation about Women Leadership in an Exponential World

Beginning of this month, Frank Diana held the opening keynote at the SIM Women Executive Leadership Forum in Chicago. Below a quote from his post: “Creativity, imagination, big picture vision, emotional and social intelligence, empathy, and other human characteristics are critical to navigating in an exponential world. As automation

Interview with Gerd Leonhard: Podcast on the Future of Humans and Technology

Here is a Podcast Interview with Gerd, recently done with Oscar Santolalla for Time to Shine Podcasts. Santolalla refers to “November 2014, (when) Gerd spoke at TEDx Brussels, in front of 2000 people. In this talk, titled “Digital ethics and the future of humans in a connected world,” Gerd challenged people

Gerd Leonhard’s comments on Google vs. European Commission (Politico)

Read “Why Margrethe Vestager may ultimately lose to Google” and Gerd Leonhard’s comment:  article published on Politico a few days ago: “Google has a more dominant position than you would ever imagine in the last 50 years,” says Gerd Leonhard, a futurist and CEO of The

Learning to live (on the future of learning)

This is a guest post by Rudy de Waele & Humberto Schwab, originally posted on Medium. Learning to live As new technological innovation is eating the world, the need to improve the connection between the academic and business world becomes dramatically urgent in order to

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,

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