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How Digital Transformation can drive Emotional Transformation
Data, AI and the ‘Infatuation Interval Index’
AI’s scariest mystery
As tech companies begin to weave AI into all their products and all of our lives, the architects of this revolutionary technology often can’t predict or explain their systems’ behavior.
The war in Ukraine is spurring a revolution in drone warfare using AI
There are several innovative leaps underway in Kyiv’s domestic drone market that are accelerating and democratizing the lethality of unmanned warfare
The Future of Strategic Decision-Making
In the future, will AI perform autonomous, prescriptive strategic decision-making? An AI as the CEO?
A Company of One
It is projected that in 2027, 86.5 million people will be freelancing in the United States making 50.1 percent of the population.
The U.S. Should Ditch AC and Use Middle Eastern Techniques to Cool Its Cities
In hot climates around the world, people have been designing sustainable buildings to withstand extreme heat for hundreds of years
5 reasons why cities should create an office of urban agriculture
When urban agriculture directors are truly empowered to do this work, it’s powerful to witness what’s possible.
5 steps to drive and foster innovation in IT
Silos, information dashbaord, last mile, AI, scaling and team. Check out AgilePoint.
Forest fungi can eat and dissolve plastics, much like they do with bark
Now, scientists hope that by pinpointing the enzymes these organisms secrete to degrade plastic and replicating them could aid in the removal of the 400 million tons of plastic waste produced each year around the planet
Harvard scientists make a 3D-printed heart muscle beat using a new kind of ink
The newly developed fiber-infused gel (FIG) ink allows the 3D-printed heart muscle cells to beat like a human heart chamber.
Soil Fungi May Be a Carbon Pool
New research suggests that mycorrhizal fungi take in 13 billion tons of carbon dioxide annually, playing a prominent role in Earth’s carbon cycle.
Water as Lens
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