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The topics are innovation in the Dutch police, AI as the boss from hell, strategy, sustainability, GenZ, trends in interactive voice responses, wearable cameras, smart contact lenses, trends in AR and VR and IoT at cellular level.
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Bypassing Traditional Hierarchy: A Bold, Bottom-Up Movement in the Dutch Police Force
Q aimed to boost innovation capacity within the Dutch Police by unleashing a bottom-up change movement. Their method, heavily influenced by The Corporate Startup and by ‘lean startup’ and ‘design thinking’ principles. Read https://www.ronimmink.com/intrapreneurship-as-a-transformation-tool/
The professor’s great fear about AI? That it becomes the boss from hell
AI could become the boss from hell, monitoring employees’ every email, offering continual feedback and even – potentially – deciding who gets fired.
What makes a strategy great
Simple, candid, decisive, leveraged, asymmetric and futuristic. Read https://www.ronimmink.com/four-simple-tools-to-ongoing-strategy-development/
In Turbulent Times, Embed Sustainability In Strategy
A new force has replaced technological innovation as the driver of market changes.
The scoop on Gen-Z and how they are rewriting the rules of the Internet
Fracturing of culture, short video and ethical capitalism.
Top Trends in IVR Technology: What to Expect in the Future?
IVR technology has significantly advanced, including voice recognition, natural language processing, and AI capabilities
Steve Mann: my “augmediated” life
What I’ve learned from 35 years of wearing computerized eyewear. Surveillance videos stand to be abused less if ordinary people routinely wear their own video-gathering equipment, so they can watch the watchers with a form of inverse surveillance.
Smart contact lens battery charged by human tears
With technological advancements, companies have been working to make smarter versions, connecting to devices like smartphones and displaying information close to the wearer’s eyes. Such applications require the lenses to have an internal battery.
What Is The Advent And Future Of AI In AR/VR Gaming Technology?
Neural interfaces, personalized virtual reality worlds, holodecks and quantum computing
Tiny magnetic beads produce an optical signal that could be used to quickly detect pathogens