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Although coding has yet to be upgraded from an extracurricular activity, a growing number of countries are introducing programming as part of the school syllabus. Coding is considered a new literacy that...

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Artificial intelligence (AI), data science, web design and development are the three major domains collectively shaping the world of the internet right now. However, nothing may immediately come to one’s...

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“Coming of Age Digitally: Learning, Leadership, and Legacy,” the 2018 global report on digital transformation by MIT Sloan Management Review and Deloitte, explores the key challenges and opportunities...

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The oil and gas industry has been on a roller coaster ride over the last few years. Falling prices have squeezed cash flows and forced companies to reconsider their exploration and production strategy....

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MIT Sloan Management Review: John, we talked to you about 18 months ago. Is there anything new in your research that you’re particularly excited about? John Hagel: We just completed a major research...

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MIT Sloan Management Review: Tell me a little bit about Everwise Corp. What do you do? What sort of products do you offer? Colin Schiller: We believe that all aspiring professionals should have the...

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Easter is the quintessential spring holiday, full of vibrant colors, sweets, and family traditions. And yet, it may also be one of the few holidays with a built-in competition: the infamous Easter egg...

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“Location, location, location” has long been regarded as the most critical factor in determining real estate value. Now, technology is disrupting this essential truth, adding a new dimension...

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Traffic light cameras can generate way too much data for the cloud. Photo by S. Higginbotham. I know I’ve been writing nonstop about the pendulum shifting back to computing on the device (so-called...