Culture & Change

Amazon wants to expand cashless store service by 2020

Amazon is preparing to expand the number of Amazon Go stores where the entire perimeter is monitored and users can leave without having to go through a cash register. According to information from a source who spoke to Bloomberg, plans to increase the number of these units would start as early as t

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IoT and Its Impact on Education

The Internet of Things (IoT) will soon be called the Internet of Everything (IoE). By the year 2020, it is predicted that more than 50 billion connected devices will be on the Internet. If Facebook has its wish of connecting the other two-thirds of the world, this number could be predictably higher.

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The US will dominate the 5G race, but 'in a bit'

US President Donald Trump said on Monday that the United States will lead the race for the development and implementation of 5G technology, but "in a little while." Currently, the company that works with the best 5G implementation is China's banned Huawei. For CNBC, Trump said, "I made 5G a priorit

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Research reveals that 60% of US gamers are on mobile

Smartphones have become a part of our lives in many ways and have evolved in many ways. Without a doubt one of them concerns the quality of the games we have today, so much so that a recent study has found that 60% of US gamers are on the mobile. The research in question was conducted by the Entert

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Top technologies that will change the world

If you could do an futurology exercise, what would you think are the technologies that will change the world by 2030? Answering this question is not a simple task. Many experts always try to make predictions like these, but few get it right. However, given what is happening today in universities, l

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The most innovative leaders in the world

What sets superstars apart from innovation is not just creativity and cool ideas. Nikola Tesla may have been brighter than Thomas Edison, but Edison was responsible for initiatives that changed the world while Tesla died out of money. The distinction between the two is what professors Jeff Dyer of B

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How To Boost Workplace Innovation

It's important to feel challenged by your work and it's not just about asking your boss for any old challenge. As not all challenges lead to motivation and innovation. A recent survey from global staffing firm Robert Half bears this out. Of the workers polled, 87 percent said a company’s repu

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Which technologies will change the world by 2030?

If you could do an futurology exercise, what would you think are the technologies that will change the world by 2030? Answering this question is not a simple task. Many experts always try to make predictions like these, but few get it right. However, given what is happening today in universities, l

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MIT is creating an artificial intelligence faculty in 2019

Have you thought of a special college that brings together the best of artificial intelligence, machine learning and data science technology together with other academic disciplines? Yes, this is the new proposal of MIT, the famous Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The Institute is going to in

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BMW and Mercedes-Benz unite in urban mobility joint venture

Two of Germany's largest vehicle manufacturers, BMW and Mercedes-Benz's Daimler-Benz have teamed up to invest heavily in mobility applications to compete with services such as Uber and Lyft. Reach Now, Charge Now, Free Now, Park Now and Share Now, according to a statement released on Friday, the two

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Your badge will be a chip under your skin

A Swedish microchip company has been sought after by British companies wishing to improve their security systems and prevent employees from accessing restricted areas. The solution is radical: they want to deploy the small devices under people's skin. As the Business Insider points out, the main be

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Alibaba owner warns that AI research may cause World War III

Chinese billionaire Jackie Ma, known as the founder of the Alibaba shopping site, warned everyone at the World Economic Forum last Wednesday (23) that technological advances may be what is expected to cause an upcoming World War. According to the billionaire, World War I was caused by the first tec

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2019 Corporate Events

Our event focus on innovation across a wide range of business topics and gives you the chance to network with up to 150 senior business professionals and decision-makers from around Europe and beyond. All taking place in central Amsterdam. We've still got the festive discounts on offer at the momen

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Pressured, Theresa May calls for Conservative union over Brexit

British Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday urged the Conservative Party to show unity and support the government's plan for Britain's separation from the European Union, saying that "if we remain calm" it will be possible to reach an agreement with the EU "serving the UK". May appealed to cons

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Elon Musk resigns Tesla management to avoid fraud suit

Last night's speculation about the future of Elon Musk ahead of Tesla materialized on Saturday with the announcement that the businessman reached an agreement to leave the carmaker's direction and thus avoid a lawsuit for fraud. The presence of Musk ahead of Tesla has been questioned for months, in

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