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McKinsey Tech Council identifies and interprets 14 of the most significant technology trends unfolding today, for executives & organizations.
A humoristic collection of “then” and “now” images, comparing the changes that have influenced our lives and our cultural behavior.
When our memory, and large chunks of our lives, are in a corporate cloud, what is left of us? Dr.
Will the Metaverse become part of our daily lives? Amelia Hemphill puts on the glasses and questions the virtual reality
A funny sketch of a business meeting with an expert: a humorous point about expertise and management (video 7 min).
CNBC Video – A tour of Intel’s US chip manufacturing plant, which is expanding as part of CEO Pat Gelsinger’s
Cavalia specializes a circus-like show combines horses, acrobatics, and digital. Innovative “blue ocean” inspiration by Normand Latourelle.
Hadar Ben Tzur, a technology designer, on the effects of designing in the digital space. How the design of the
Finding a way to teach artificial intelligence to laugh and use humor would reshape the way we relate to
What did Excel look like in 1992? What were the technological innovations that Microsoft Excel offered? A 1992 commercial video.
Alan Turing was a British mathematician who in his short life laid some significant foundations in computer science.
The chronic information load wears us down. Digital technology is everywhere and it threatens our sanity and health. Insights of