The New, New Car Talk

The New, New Car Talk

When They Talk, What Will They Say? Soon, cars will be able to talk with one another. Vehicle-to-vehicle communication (V2V) has been tested in Ann Arbor, Michigan, a relatively mild and polite Midwestern town. Now, V2V is being rolled out in New York City, along with...
Breakthrough Technologies

Breakthrough Technologies

What Does The Future Hold? It’s not stuff most of us think about every day, but we may soon be a lot more familiar with terms like brain organoids, megascale desalination, Internet balloons, liquid biopsies, and more. At least, that’s what the MIT Technology Review...
Working on Overwhelm?

Working on Overwhelm?

Are You Overwhelmed At Work? Last year, the most popular chapter in Deloitte University Press’ Global Human Capital Trends 2014 report was titled, “the overwhelmed employee.” It’s not all that hard to understand when you consider just these facts from the 2015 report:...
Remembering the Dot.Com Bubble

Remembering the Dot.Com Bubble

Remember the dot-com bubble? If so, you’ll appreciate this week’s notable event: The NASDAQ Composite Index, which includes a fair number of technology stocks, transcended its previous high (set in March 2000). Share values in the tech sector gained 4 percent last...
Is Creative Destruction Accelerating?

Is Creative Destruction Accelerating?

Is Creative Destruction Accelerating? In the middle of the last century, economist Joseph Schumpeter presented the idea of creative destruction which causes current ideas, technologies, equipment, skills, and more to become obsolete. He wrote creative destruction...
Robot Employee Worries?

Robot Employee Worries?

‘THE NEW HIRE’ is the name of a September survey published by PwC. It’s not about how to make newly-hired people more comfortable and productive. It’s about how the R generation – the latest iteration of industrial robot employee – is transforming...
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