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Tag Archives: Digital
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Having been in the high-tech industry for close to 30 years, I’ve seen some concepts ride the hype roller coaster and either settle nicely into the status quo (the Internet, for example) or ride off...

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Amara’s Law states that we tend to overestimate the effect of a technology in the short run and underestimate the effect in the long run. In few areas is this theory more aptly applied than in the Internet...

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How can physical and digital worlds merge? Can they share data and end unnecessary administrative steps?  Can they create frictionless processes that save money, increase efficiency, and boost constituent...

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Smart homes are a growing trend, and “green” businesses are more in demand than ever. Consumers and commercial building owners and operators alike want the cost-effectiveness and empowerment green technology...

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It seems we are all part of a big experiment. We’re testing our data-driven consciousness and determining how much information we can digest and at what speed. And if we continue at our current pace,...

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In 1666, the Great Fire of London swept through central London, destroying much of the city over a three-day period. Amidst the rubble, a new business emerged: insurance sales for loss compensation. Over...

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Sports are beautiful. Visually striking, poetic, and lyrical. While there will always be art in sports, today it is science that is dominating the genre. Science is shaping how athletes train and perform....

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In a recent episode of Gamechangers, Bonnie explored upstream challenges in the oil and gas industry regarding digitization. Her guests were Valerie Jalufka from Accenture, Chris Niven at IDC, and Stephane...

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Are you familiar with the concept of the twin paradox? In physics, the twin paradox is a thought experiment in which one twin stays on Earth while the other travels in a spaceship at a high speed for a...