Tag: Innovation at Scale
SASChat - Innovation@scale on 14 November. A vivid twitter discussion on how innovation projects become revenue generating services.
Interview with Line Lyst about how to ensure innovation at Ramboll while taking care of business as usual.
Auf Twitter bin ich auf den schönen Satz gestoßen, formuliert von Kerem Tomak von der Commerzbank: „When you talk about machine learning and AI you have to talk about the usage of cloud! It´s key enabler of Advanced Analytics and AI. It further means business agility and cost efficiency for
Artificial intelligence (AI) offers many opportunities for innovation. It already allows us to improve traffic flows, safely manage large crowds of people at events, analyze automated MRI scans for particular diseases and disorders, and check the effectiveness of treatment. However, new privacy legislation – such as the European General Data
The Economist magazine takes pride in its ability to provoke deeper thinking. One of its campaigns was to ask people to taste weird-looking foods, such as smoothies made from “ugly” produce that had been rejected by supermarkets. The idea was to stimulate participants to reassess what was important to them.
Ever since I was a child, I have loved the Warner Bros. cartoons featuring Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote. I was fascinated by their different characters, and how they interacted, and the way that the storylines were both the same and different. Of course, some
Since the rise of the industrial revolutions, there has always been a very active debate among the academic community confronting “technology innovation optimist” and “technology innovation pessimist”. Likewise, there is debate whether artificial intelligence (AI), like many previous technologies could have a positive or a negative impact on the economy,
In the Cologne district of Mülheim, not far from Keupstrasse with its oriental charm of doner restaurants, baklava, cafés and mosques, and next to old brick halls, concert halls and television studios, lies Carlswerk, a large former industrial area that has been transformed by the arrival of both new and
Twelve years ago, in 2006, Time magazine made an interesting move in deciding on its “Person of the Year.” Instead of one of the many eminent scientists, world leaders, or stars of stage and screen who had influenced the world that year, Time chose to recognise a social phenomenon. It