• The Metaverse
    This 8 min. read saves you up to 44 hours
    For your knowledge advantage, we put together the most actionable insights from 11 getAbstract summaries (6 books with a total of 2200 pages, 3 articles and 2 videos) on this topic. If you did this work yourself, you would be busy for at least 2632 minutes (about 44 hours). Learn more.
    The Metaverse

    Is it the “next big thing” or just big tech’s marketing gimmick to sustain the highly successful business model of monetizing users’ behavioral data in exchange for “free” services?

  • The Reality Metaverse
    This 7 min. read saves you up to 22 hours
    For your knowledge advantage, we put together the most actionable insights from 11 getAbstract summaries (4 books with a total of 1103 pages, 5 articles and one podcast) on this topic. If you did this work yourself, you would be busy for at least 1317 minutes (about 22 hours). Learn more.
    The Reality Metaverse

    Virtual and augmented reality technologies increasingly blur the lines between the physical and digital realms.

  • Robot Soccer Is Boring!
    This 6 min. read saves you up to 11 hours
    For your knowledge advantage, we put together the most actionable insights from 4 getAbstract summaries (2 books with a total of 528 pages and 2 articles) on this topic. If you did this work yourself, you would be busy for at least 628 minutes (about 11 hours). Learn more.
    Robot Soccer Is Boring!

    AI-powered automation is revolutionizing many industries but for all robots can do, movement is still quite limited.

  • “Here’s Looking at You, Kid”
    Or "Hasta La Vista, Baby."
    This 3 min. read saves you up to 6 hours
    For your knowledge advantage, we put together the most actionable insights from 3 getAbstract summaries (one book with a total of 256 pages, one article and one video) on this topic. If you did this work yourself, you would be busy for at least 305 minutes (about 6 hours). Learn more.
    “Here’s Looking at You, Kid”

    The latest research shows that if you look a robot in the “eye,” you will display similar reactions as when you look a human in the eye. But trust does not develop in this way.

  • 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'..."
    This 3 min. read saves you up to 5 hours
    For your knowledge advantage, we put together the most actionable insights from 4 getAbstract summaries (one book with a total of 228 pages and 3 articles) on this topic. If you did this work yourself, you would be busy for at least 271 minutes (about 5 hours). Learn more.
    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."
    This 3 min. read saves you up to 11 hours
    For your knowledge advantage, we put together the most actionable insights from 2 getAbstract summaries (2 books with a total of 538 pages) on this topic. If you did this work yourself, you would be busy for at least 643 minutes (about 11 hours). Learn more.
    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.

  • Become a Chef
    "Monsieur Botcuse, can you hold my beer, s'il vous plaît?!"
    Become a Chef

    If your menu tastes like screws, it must have been the robo-cook.

  • All About AI – Part 3: Robots, Robots, Robots
    This 3 min. read saves you up to 11 hours
    For your knowledge advantage, we put together the most actionable insights from 2 getAbstract summaries (2 books with a total of 544 pages) on this topic. If you did this work yourself, you would be busy for at least 650 minutes (about 11 hours). Learn more.
    All About AI – Part 3: Robots, Robots, Robots

    Sometimes you need a machine to perform actions in the physical world. And that’s what we call a robot. Robots need to be able to sense the world and to act upon it.

  • All About AI – Part 2: How Machines Learn 
    This 3 min. read saves you up to 13 hours
    For your knowledge advantage, we put together the most actionable insights from 2 getAbstract summaries (2 books with a total of 640 pages) on this topic. If you did this work yourself, you would be busy for at least 765 minutes (about 13 hours). Learn more.
    All About AI – Part 2: How Machines Learn 

    It’s fascinating to see what today’s machine learning algorithms do. They detect patterns and classify data based on the similarities they find in those patterns.  

  • "Many people are underestimating the pace and scope of change and aren’t thinking correctly about how it will appear this time." (Richard Baldwin; Photo by Tmi Kimmo Räisänen)
    Richard Baldwin by Tmi Kimmo Räisänen
    “Almost everyone’s job will be changed by this.”

    Economist and bestselling author Richard Baldwin believes that many business leaders and politicians continue to grossly underestimate the impact of digital change. Here, he explains how to position yourself correctly in competition with “Globots.”