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Fake news spreads much faster than real news, and real people – not bots – are to blame, according to a recent study. Fake news – defined by the researchers as stories debunked by six major fact-checking...

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There is no doubt that industrial applications of the Internet of Things (IoT) have emerged as some of the most compelling use cases for the technology. The latest estimates place the number of connected...

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Scenarios describing the potential for artificial intelligence (AI) seem to gravitate toward hyperbole. In wonderful scenarios, AI enables nirvanas of instant optimal processes and prescient humanoids....

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As inspiring as the phrase business transformation is, I’ve decided that when it comes to industrial or enterprise IoT, it’s better to start small. Most executives by now are well aware that...

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Knowing digital disruption is happening and doing something about it are two entirely different matters. The philosopher William James noted that “thinking is for doing,” meaning that the purpose...

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Here’s a good news, (potentially) bad news story. First the good news: Even though it typically doesn’t provide sales numbers for its product lines, Amazon touted record purchases of Alexa-enabled...

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New research finds that fears over data privacy persist but aren’t enough to get consumers to pull the plug on smart devices.  Cisco has announced the findings of new consumer-focused research,...

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When it comes to space in a building, there are three key types. There are spaces that make your business money, such as labs or offices. There are spaces that cost you money, like a cafeteria. But, the...

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Paul Michelman is editor in chief of MIT Sloan Management Review. He tweets @pmichelman. Sometimes things move so fast in our digitized world that it can feel as if there is no safe place...