Scenario prompts are the first step to strategy development. Topics to consider are spatial computing, AI brainstorming, meaning, solar powered hydrogen, diversity, microbial mining, 3D printing, design thinking and supercondutors.
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What Leaders Need to Know About Spatial Computing
Spatial computing is an evolving form of computing that blends our physical world and virtual experiences using a wide range of technologies.
AI System Beats Chess Puzzles With ‘Artificial Brainstorming
By bringing together disparate approaches, machines can reach a new level of creative problem-solving.
Put Meaning at the Center of Your Business Model
We’ve been looking at business models all wrong, Read https://www.ronimmink.com/meaning-as-the-perfect-change-agent/
Breakthrough in solar-powered hydrogen generation
Spanish researchers have unveiled a groundbreaking method to produce hydrogen by harnessing sunlight, with remarkable efficiency and stability.
Prioritizing DEI Is the Secret to Future-Proofing Your Business
Read https://www.ronimmink.com/the-necessity-of-diversity/. How diverse is your company?
Microbial miners take on rare-earth metals
As a tech-hungry world gobbles up rare-earth elements, researchers are adapting bacteria that can isolate and purify the metals in the absence of harsh chemicals.
Scientists 3D print a robotic hand with human-like bones and tendons
Equipped with touch pads and pressure sensors, the robotic hand has 19 tendon-like structures (in humans, tendons are the fibrous connective tissues that connect bones and muscles) that allow it to move the wrist and fingers. The hand can sense touch, grab things, and stop fingers when they touch something
Design Thinking Misses the Mark
Design thinking has failed to deliver on its promise to solve the world’s thorniest social challenges. Adopting a critical design stance can help designers serve communities, rather than their own methodology.
Why superconductor research is in a ‘golden age’ — despite controversy
The progress is fuelled in part by the new capabilities of computer simulations to predict the existence and properties of undiscovered materials.