Hop into an Uber in Los Angeles and you’re likely to find that your driver is an out-of-work actor, bemoaning the difficulty of chasing the surge. The gig economy in the US is fraught and controversial: for every article lauding it, another article complains; for every actor making a buck driving Uber, someone else is using Uber to transport cocaine.
If you believed the pundits, 2016 was when the tech bubble would finally burst. Not surprisingly, we saw the opposite. Now we are almost a quarter of the way through 2017, and it’s clear the growth in technology continues. In fact, the most recent ADP jobs report showed 25,000 new information-related jobs were created in February.
Today’s unicorns and more established forward-thinking enterprises have several characteristics in common: They continuously disrupt their legacy or adjacent industries. They have rapid-response strategies to disruptive threats and opportunities. They discern the subtle changes in the market that can herald the next disruption down the road. And they strive to use what they learn to refine their innovation approaches—whether their ventures succeed or fail.
Over the years, movies have often featured intelligent machines ruling our lives — think Optimus Prime in Transformers, The Terminator and Sonny in I, Robot. They all had one thing in common — the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Driving up network speed, reducing cost, saving power, expanding capacity, and automating management become crucial when you run one of the world’s largest cloud infrastructures. Microsoft has invested heavily in optical technology to meet these needs for its Azure network infrastructure.
For the first time in history, more people live in urban areas than rural areas. About 55 percent of the world’s population now lives in cities, where economic activity generates 86 percent of global GDP. By 2050, the number of people living in cities are expected to swell to include 70 percent of the world’s population.
We live in an age of technological acceleration where new ideas, new channels and disruptive technologies appear to be coming at us exponentially faster. The two most commonly cited answers to the challenge of dealing with the resulting shortened product and technological life cycles is to “disrupt yourself” or to “innovate more”.
Enterprises are engaging with startups in unprecedented ways. Many enterprises have well-established procedures for tracking startup engagement – AT&T, Unilever, Coca Cola all have large-scale startup engagement programs. However, keeping tabs on the ever changing data – both external and internal – is becoming overwhelming.
American innovation has been the envy of the world for the last century. Our ability to discover scientific breakthroughs, invent disruptive technologies and build successful companies that make those advances broadly available has been unparalleled. This creativity is the product of a culture that is uniquely open to new ideas, that encourages and rewards risk taking, that values people for what they achieve, not where they come from. It is also the result of a constant supply of talented people from outside the United States, many of whom came to this country seeking world-class education and an open society where they could thrive.
While most eras are defined by tools, and revolutions defined by industrial advancement, it’s perhaps even more true that various ages of humanity could be defined by the lengthening lifespan of our species.
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