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GDPR has cut ad trackers in Europe but helped Google

GDPR has cut ad trackers in Europe but helped Google | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it
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An analysis of the impact of Europe’s new data protection framework, GDPR, on the adtech industry suggests the regulation has reduced the numbers of ad trackers that websites are hooking into EU visitors.
But it also implies that Google may have slightly increased its marketshare in the region — indicating the adtech giant could be winning at the compliance game at the expense of smaller advertising entities which the study also shows losing reach.

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How Do You Overcome The Early Adopter Challenge?

How Do You Overcome The Early Adopter Challenge? | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it
There are three forces needed for innovation to happen: ability, infrastructure and market. When all three exist you have an industry. Creating a new industry is a long-term challenge, which many people and organizations will not take on. When starting out, every startup is in a race to create find product-market fit. It’s not about being first to market, it’s about getting the business model right.
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Innovation is hard, it takes time for new ideas to get adopted. Most of what you see out in the market is incremental improvements on what already exists. But truly new to the world breakthroughs are rare, the reason is most people and organizations are afraid of being first.

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Teraki launches AI and edge processing technology

Teraki launches AI and edge processing technology | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it
Teraki, an AI and edge processing company, announced the immediate availability of its AI and edge processing technology to meet the exploding data analytics demands of the automotive industry. Teraki’s Intelligent Signal Processing software delivers a more than 10X increase in automotive chip, communications and learning performance, making highly accurate AI applications possible in embedded environments.
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The Value of Seeing What You Have

The Value of Seeing What You Have | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it
If your job is to get your company, team, or community to innovate, you know how organizational forces can make it hard to even try something new. Visualizing the resources available is an effective first step in overcoming some of those organizational forces. Simply being able to see, and show, what you have allows you to make a compelling case for marshalling resources and even spark some initial interactions in that direction.
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FaceCoin: Here's What Facebook Could Build In Blockchain And Cryptocurrency

FaceCoin: Here's What Facebook Could Build In Blockchain And Cryptocurrency | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it

Could blockchain be an answer to scandal-plagued Facebook? It’s starting to look like it. A variety of different signals point to Facebook getting serious about blockchain and digital currency.

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8 mistakes executives make when digitizing their business

8 mistakes executives make when digitizing their business | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it

Keeping a watchful eye on technical innovation is vital to develop a clear vision for the future of any business. But effective strategies for success depend on managers and executives avoiding hidden blind spots and investment decisions that obscure the way forward.

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Chemistry Nobel Prize given to scientists whose work led to cancer, arthritis drugs

Chemistry Nobel Prize given to scientists whose work led to cancer, arthritis drugs | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it
Half of the prize went to California Institute of Technology chemist Frances Arnold, who in 1993 conducted the first directed evolution of enzymes, which catalyze chemical reactions. She has since honed the methods used to develop new enzymes. Her enzymes have been used to make make the manufacturing of chemicals — including pharmaceutical drugs — a cleaner, greener process. They’ve also been used to produce biofuels.
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Innovation in Cities – How Big Data Builds Smart Cities

Innovation in Cities – How Big Data Builds Smart Cities | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it
More people are living in cities than ever before. More people are living closer together and changing weather and climate trends carry more threats to citizens. As cities become more digital, it is becoming easier to understand and predict the trends that are affecting the lives of the population.
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Dream Chain, Real Estate Innovation with New Blockchain Technology

Dream Chain, Real Estate Innovation with New Blockchain Technology | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it

The blockchain technology minimizes the possibility of malicious frauds or forged documents, because the ledger is store in a decentralized way and not concentrated in the availability of the parties involved.

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How strong patent portfolios attract strategic investments and deals

How strong patent portfolios attract strategic investments and deals | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it
Amassing strong patent portfolios helps medical device companies attract interest from strategic investors and potential acquirers.

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Why your customer-centricity project failed to deliver innovative outcomes

Why your customer-centricity project failed to deliver innovative outcomes | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it
Doesn’t design research and literature always tell us to start with empathy for our customers and that this will lead to breakthrough insights? Let’s unpack some common mistakes in customer-research that could set your project up to fail.
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Customer-centricity is becoming a catch-all phrase for delivering continuous improvement tweaks rather than innovation. So what’s going on here?
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Innovation Stories from Surprising Sectors

Innovation Stories from Surprising Sectors | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it
When IdeaScale put out a call for speakers at this year’s Open Nation (the annual innovation conference hosted by IdeaScale), we were pleased to see an influx of interest from some surprising sectors.
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How I Deal With Rejection: It's Your Loss

How I Deal With Rejection: It's Your Loss | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it
Innovators have to figure out how to make the leap from early adopters to the mainstream; that’s the challenge. Rejection happens when you go to the las three archetypes: early and late majority, and laggards.
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Rejection sucks. There’s no doubt about it. But you have to understand that the default state of every new idea is no. This means that in the realm of entrepreneurship, especially if you’re doing something new and surprising, rejection is normal. And this rejection has nothing to do with pricing; it has to do with human nature. People, and the organizations they inhabit, reject new ideas for various reasons: fear of loss, uncertainty and existing habits.

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Recipes for Food Innovation

Recipes for Food Innovation | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it

Today, rapid advances in biotechnology, big data analytics, artificial intelligence, robotics, and the Internet of Things, are pushing the frontier. The most exciting developments are surely yet to come; just when they will be needed most.

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Pillowgraphies

Pillowgraphies | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it

Une pure illusion. Une plongée en lumière noire pour traverser l’invisible et observer… les fantômes. De courses folles en files indiennes, de complots en explosion soudaine, cette communauté se livre à un ballet hypnotique et jubilatoire où la liberté est reine. Mais attention ! L’insouciance est le terrain idéal pour les retournements de situation…

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Five Digital Profiles of Innovators

Five Digital Profiles of Innovators | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it
Organizations need to invest in the cultivation of capacity for innovation and recognize innovators with varying talent and strengths.
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5 types of corporate culture you should avoid at all costs

5 types of corporate culture you should avoid at all costs | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it

Have you ever started a new job and within a week thought to yourself, “I’ve made a huge mistake”? Maybe the job and your team seemed great at first, but the culture turned out to be a little too much to bear.

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What are the biggest mistakes companies are making in digital right now? 

Companies are not getting enough value out of their investments in digital. Christopher Vollmer, Managing Director for Strategy&’s Digital Services, shares the top three digital mistakes that are holding companies back.
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No Cash Needed At This Cafe. Students Pay The Tab With Their Personal Data

No Cash Needed At This Cafe. Students Pay The Tab With Their Personal Data | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it

In an article in New York Magazine, Jacob Furst, a professor of computer security at DePaul University, said that concerns could arise if students were required to connect to the cafe's Wi-Fi, which would allow access to a much wider range of information that could be accessed by third parties.

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To get the free coffee, university students must give away their names, phone numbers, email addresses and majors, or in Brown's lingo, concentrations. Students also provide dates of birth and professional interests, entering all of the information in an online form. By doing so, the students also open themselves up to receiving information from corporate sponsors who pay the cafe to reach its clientele through logos, apps, digital advertisements on screens in stores and on mobile devices, signs, surveys and even baristas.

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A Backpack to Get You Noticed!

A Backpack to Get You Noticed! | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it
Pix is aimed at the individuals who wish to stand out and dare to be different! Packed into the front of the rucksack is a screen that is capable of creating up to 16.5 million color combinations… so you are only limited by your imagination! What’s displayed is controlled from the user’s phone, where they have the option of selecting images, animations of games directly from the library, or express their creativity by creating their own!
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Diary of a Digitally Disrupted Consumer: Form an Orderly Queue Please

Diary of a Digitally Disrupted Consumer: Form an Orderly Queue Please | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it

Research published by the UK Direct Marketing Association in 2015 showed that over half the population (54%) are ‘data pragmatists’ – happy to share information in exchange for better service, yet almost a quarter (24%) are ‘fundamentalists’ who are unwilling to share personal information regardless of any potential benefit. However, the same report showed that attitudes are changing.

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Accelerate Growth Through Strategy Innovation

Accelerate Growth Through Strategy Innovation | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it
“In an increasingly non-linear economy, incremental change is not enough — you have to build a capacity for strategy innovation, one that increases your ability to recognize new opportunities. The goal is to create a movement in your company — a movement that unleashes strategy innovation.”
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Foot In Mouth: 42 Quotes From Big Corporate Execs Who Laughed Off Disruption When It Hit

Foot In Mouth: 42 Quotes From Big Corporate Execs Who Laughed Off Disruption When It Hit | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it
With the iPhone as a glaring example, and stretching through Amazon and e-commerce and more recently blockchain and bitcoin, many innovations have initially been met with derision by big company CEOs. History often proved them wrong.
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'Gradually, Then Suddenly' In Financial Services Report

'Gradually, Then Suddenly' In Financial Services Report | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it
How markets and competitors change “gradually, then suddenly” and what financial services incumbents can do to keep up.
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The Death of The Consumer Journey and The Rise of Micro-Marketing

The Death of The Consumer Journey and The Rise of Micro-Marketing | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it
I have asked Costas Papaikonomou (CP), founding partner of innovation powerhouse Happen, to discuss with me (FP) the theme here below. The purpose is to spark useful conversations about the evolution of the Marketing and Brand job.
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