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Will a robot take your job?: Automation’s impact will be huge

Automation has already proven to successfully replace human workers in numerous industries. We see it happening all around us and we consistently choose to...

Human-centered design in the experience economy: Keep the user in mind

As a society, we are flourishing. Every industrial revolution yields more economic prosperity than the last. The consumer class is growing, developing countries are...

The industrial Internet

The Internet of Things has seen extraordinary growth over the past few years as a result of low-cost electronics and standard protocols. The price of connected devices has plummeted, which is why Cisco confidently states that 50 billion devices will come online by 2025!

Although the technology is fascinating in its own right, the value created by this technology is even more astounding. Consulting firm McKinsy & Co. estimates that the IoT “offers a potential economic impact of $4 trillion to $11 trillion a year in 2025.”

The benefits of a smart watch: A case for wearable technology...

Humans are inherently social beings. We thrive on making new connections, we love building personal networks and we deeply understand the value of a team's efforts in accomplishing success. To our ancestors, social interaction was a means of survival. Without exceptional communication, danger could wipe out an entire tribe.

Improve speed to market with high-tech products: Iterate quickly and frequently

In today's fast-paced world, it has become increasingly difficult for technology companies to be the first to bring a new product to market. Global competition is fierce, and the rapid pace of technology change forces companies to continuously innovate, just to keep up.

Moore's Law, for example, states that computer processing power doubles in speed every one-and-a-half years. That poses a significant challenge for the engineering companies that build their technology stack on top of a microprocessor that will become obsolete within a few years.

Reality sets in for 3D printing: The hype is over

By now, most people have heard of 3D printing. We've all been told by now that 3D printing can solve humanity's problems: produce cheaper buildings, download and print useful products at home, fabricate human organs on-demand, etc. The list goes on. While the concept of 3D printing certainly has the potential to revolutionize our everyday life, the technology is not ready for prime time.

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