New Technology, New Choices
The adoption of AI technologies into society will disproportionately affect different sectors and raise ethical questions that need to be.
| Aug. 5 2022
Nothing but Blue Skies: Is Your Flying Taxi Finally on the Way?
Until now, only billionaires and James Bond villains flew to work, but someday, you too may have a faster commute.
| Oct. 30 2019
China’s Health Revolution: Getting Out of a Looming Health Care Crisis
A new wave of Chinese health technology firms believe they can lift the burden on the country’s frazzled doctors.
| Sep. 3 2018
ByteDance: China’s BuzzFeed with Brains?
Chinese software startup ByteDance is looking to take on the big beasts of Silicon Valley in the global market.
| May. 16 2018
Look Ma, No Hands: The Dawn of Vocal Computing
Google Home and Amazon’s Alexa have been catching on very quickly. Google reports that it sells a voice-controlled.
| Mar. 6 2018
Man and Machine: an Interview with Brian Christian
Brian Christian discusses the gaps and overlaps between humans and machines.
| Dec. 19 2017
ETH Zürich Professor Brad Nelson on AI, China, Medical Robotics and Commercialization
Back in 2014, Stephen Hawking warned that people should be careful about artificial intelligence (AI)—the full development of it.
| Aug. 7 2017
China and the Intelligent Future: Bringing AI to the Real World
Silicon Valley may hog the AI limelight, but Chinese companies are catching up by implementing AI in real life.
| Jul. 17 2017
China and the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR)
The fourth industrial revolution (4IR) is “a fusion of technologies” that blurs the lines “between the physical, digital, and biological.
| Jul. 12 2017
The Robots Will Take Our Jobs. Then What?
What will happen to humans when the robots take away our jobs? Martin Ford, author of Rise of the Robots.
| Aug. 11 2015
Innovating in the Networked Organization
The networked organization has changed how business innovates—but will the new system last.
| Mar. 25 2015
Ed Hess on Building the New Age Learning Organization
To stay relevant in the future, individuals need to learn much more quickly and differently. That entails a different kind.
| Oct. 22 2014