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Rebooting the Financial Industry Through Innovation and Disruption

It’s been a strange decade for the financial industry. After enduring one of the most disastrous economic crisis in modern memory, a resurgent stock market and a booming economy have restored many of the most prominent institutions to their former grandeur. Even so, all is not well in paradise. The […]

Why Embracing Digital Transformation is Saving Your Business

Photo by Olu Eletu on Unsplash If there is anything philosophers could agree on when it comes to the question of life is the reality of change. Change in our own personal lives, but even more of a reality in business. Disruption caused by rapid changes in the market, competition, technology […]

Innovation at Speed — when you have 2 million employees

Success no longer goes to the country that develops a new fighting technology first, but rather to the one that better integrates it and adapts its way of fighting…Our response will be to prioritize speed of delivery, continuous adaptation, and frequent modular upgrades. We must not accept cumbersome approval chains, […]

Why Google Should Sell Nest.

Promise vs Reality When Google acquired Nest in 2014 it was the biggest acquisition of an energy tech company. Nest had taken the lowly thermostat and made it desirable and sexy. It was the first smart home product that made utilities think ‘customers might actually care about this stuff!’. The Nest […]

Artists envisioned the future of work, and the results are pure fantasy

From landfill recycler to skyscraper printer: predictions of how you will be employed in 2030. Continue reading on MIT Technology Review » Please follow and like us:0GurupriyanGurupriyan is a Software Engineer and a technology enthusiast, he’s been working on the field for the last 6 years. Currently focusing on mobile […]

Artists envisioned the future of work, and the results are pure fantasy

From landfill recycler to skyscraper printer: predictions of how you will be employed in 2030. Continue reading on MIT Technology Review » Please follow and like us:0GurupriyanGurupriyan is a Software Engineer and a technology enthusiast, he’s been working on the field for the last 6 years. Currently focusing on mobile […]

‘Weaving’ — 21st Century Servant Leadership for Systemic Health

Reflections on the Ashoka ‘Global Change Leaders’ gathering to promote transformative innovation in education (1 of 4) “Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall; Humpty Dumpty had a great fall; All the King’s Horses and all the King’s men, could not put Humpty Dumpty back together again.” — English Nursery Rhyme WE LIVE in a fractured world […]

The data-driven corporation

The components of the data-driven culture picture: pixabay Modern companies are typically overloaded with large volumes of heterogeneous data, from multiple sources. They make significant investments on technologies and architectures such as data marts, data warehouses, data lakes and operational data stores with sophisticated Business Intelligence, Analytics and Predictive systems on top. […]

14 Robots Teach Themselves to Walk Into a Bar

© Google Can robots be trained to pick up objects they’ve never seen before? Recent research indicates that the best approach may be to allow robots to experiment on their own, and then share that knowledge with other robots. How To Train Your Robot Until now, robots were programmed to recognize specific objects […]

I Unleashed in Denmark. You should Unleash in Singapore.

https://medium.com/media/a88ff04ba8efcd422f45c9c6f6afb5e7/href If you already know about the Unleash Innovation Lab program and are thinking about applying, let me make it easy for you: Apply. It’ll be an experience like no other. Go. Do it. If you don’t know about the Unleash program, or want to know a bit more about what it’s […]