• Smart and Smarter Cities
    Smart and Smarter Cities

    What Makes a Place Smart? It’s All About Infrastructure

  • The 9 Megatrends That Will Boost Your Organization’s Legs
    Some see an iceberg here, others see an inverted underwater mountain range.
    The 9 Megatrends That Will Boost Your Organization’s Legs

    One way or another.

  • The Case for Analog Skills in a Digital Age
    The Case for Analog Skills in a Digital Age

    Growing up digital is not exactly conducive to developing the very skills that technology cannot replace.

  • Thinking, Fast and Slow (and Artificial)
    Thinking, Fast and Slow (and Artificial)

    Daniel Kahneman’s book is becoming a blueprint for the latest AI research.

  • All About AI – Part 4: I Hear You
    "Hm. Not much has happened in the last half hour since I said 'Alexa, I'm hungry'..."
    All About AI – Part 4: I Hear You

    You may be talking a lot to your voice assistant on your phone or that home speaker you bought on Black Friday. It can be fun to engage in conversations with your chatbot – for a while. If only…

  • Bloody Hell!
    "Good morning, Mr. Schmidt. For cost reasons, Dr. Rob Ott suggests we forgo the local anesthetic. Of course, your insurance wouldn't have paid for it anyway."
    Bloody Hell!

    Robots have much to offer in the medical world, and can even carry out operations, but don’t worry: There’s still a surgeon behind their actions.

  • Education: Now Also a Company’s Business
    Education: Now Also a Company’s Business

    Employers say universities fail to adequately prepare people for jobs – and find they need to be more proactive as a result.

  • Job Crafting: A Skill for the Future
    Job Crafting: A Skill for the Future

    The concept has been around for 20 years. Yet the skills involved in job crafting are more pertinent to career success today than they have ever been before.  

  • Companies and Vaccination
    Companies and Vaccination

    The question of the vaccination status of colleagues receives ever greater attention and importance. How do companies deal with the new situation?

  • What’s Important in 2021
    What’s Important in 2021

    2020 will go down in history as a lost cause. What can you do to prevent yourself and your organization from meeting the same fate in 2021?