Algorithm archaeologists will help us dig through layers of complexity to understand the bias inherent in our systems and automated decisions
Predicting what is going to happen is easy. The hard part is predicting when it is going to happen. This is the challenge of futurism.
The future of recruitment will be defined by high frequency change and the response of our organisations to that challenge.
We are all afraid of the future. But it’s on us to confront those fears with rationality and intelligence, nor fear and ignorance.
The construction industry has to change. with today’s high friction model replaced by a slick network of interactions between services and contractors
Hyper-decisiveness is a critical part of building a future-ready organisation, but to build it you need more than just technology
We have a sense that today’s digital giants are unbeatable, but they are no more secure in their positions than the behemoths of old.
VHS didn’t win because of porn. VHS didn’t win because of marketing. VHS won by matching features and price to the consumer’s needs. And that’s technical superiority.
When it comes to our banking interactions, there is good friction and there is bad friction. Eliminate the good friction and you risk customer loyalty.
Hydrogen and fuel cells absolutely have a place in the future energy mix. But batteries will take the majority of the market share. Here’s why.