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Re-Invent the Future

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Many companies find themselves at a crossroads. The next few years will decide which business models will survive and which will undergo sweeping changes. Technological evolution, the modern consumer and the total market compel us to answer that one crucial question: who is prepared to re-invent their company as well as themselves?
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Intel Has Figured Out How To Compute In 3 Dimensions And It Could Put The Company Back On Top

Intel Has Figured Out How To Compute In 3 Dimensions And It Could Put The Company Back On Top | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it
No longer just cramming more transistors onto a silicon wafer, it has solved a decades old physics problem to stack chips on top of each other. This has the potential to not only change Intel’s fortunes, but to reshape the industry for years to come.
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Why Do So Many Innovation Programs Fail?

Why Do So Many Innovation Programs Fail? | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it
While it’s impossible to anticipate all potential challenges beforehand, it’s still a good idea to know what the most common ones are so that you can address these in the design of your innovation program.
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Huawei is apparently showing ads on lockscreens for some of its phones

Huawei is apparently showing ads on lockscreens for some of its phones | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it
A number of Huawei phone owners have noticed that their phones have suddenly begun displaying ads in their lockscreens.
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Startup Ideas are NOT Inspired on the Spur of the Moment!

Startup Ideas are NOT Inspired on the Spur of the Moment! | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it
Based on research in the market and in many countries, I tried to figure out the exact mechanism by which startup ideas are created. Aim is to facilitate and expedite this process for would-be entrepreneurs. Is it mainly a matter of brainstorming effort or are external factors at play?
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Louisiana Becomes First State to Call for Study on Health Impacts of 5G

Louisiana Becomes First State to Call for Study on Health Impacts of 5G | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it

5G—or 5th generation cellular technology—is the name for the latest telecom technology upgrade. The new technology is expected to herald the beginning of Smart Cities, where driverless cars, pollution sensors, cell phones, traffic lights, and thousands of other devices interact in what is known as “The Internet of Things.” However, there have been a number of health and privacy concerns raised by opponents of the rapidly advancing 5G expansion. Louisiana is the first state to call for their own independent study of the technology.

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Prioritize Your Best Ideas With One Powerful Tool

Prioritize Your Best Ideas With One Powerful Tool | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it
I’ll never forget the words of a client of mine, an executive at PepsiCo: “We can do anything, but we can’t do everything,” he said to me. So true. But most companies forget this fact. They try to do everything, and then don’t do anything very well.
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Light Tree Project “TSUBOMI” MASARU OZAKI Director’s Cut Edition Projection Mapping on

Enjoy the expression of the floating light using a newly developed technique, rather than using "architecture mapping" that projects images on a building with a projector.

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Hydrogel Harvests Nitric Oxide to Stop Damage from Rheumatoid Arthritis

Hydrogel Harvests Nitric Oxide to Stop Damage from Rheumatoid Arthritis | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it

Excess nitric oxide (NO) in the body is involved in rheumatoid arthritis and other inflammatory diseases. Reducing the amount of NO may lead to a new therapeutic approach for a variety of conditions. Researchers at the Pohang University of Science & Technology in South Korea have developed an NO-scavenging nanogel and tested it in mice with rheumatoid arthritis with promising results.

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How Corporations Can Better Work With Startups

How Corporations Can Better Work With Startups | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it

One way that corporations spur innovation is by working with startups—through mechanisms such as corporate accelerators, venture builders and venture clients. Since 2013 the number of corporate investments in startups has nearly tripled from 980 in 2013 to 2,795 in 2018, and their value has risen from $19 to $180 billion, according to GCV Analytics, a company that tracks corporate venturing deals.

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How to Build YOUR Best Innovation Process

How to Build YOUR Best Innovation Process | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it

At IdeaScale, we believe that the best process is the process that works at your organization. For this reason, IdeaScale has the most sophisticated and customizable suite of stage functions, group permissions, and moderation permissions on the market. These feature sets are designed to empower you to create a software-support process the reflects the realities of decision-making and idea advancement at your organization.

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Why Corporate America Finally Embraced Silicon Valley

Why Corporate America Finally Embraced Silicon Valley | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it

In the short term, companies can keep shareholders happy through cost-cutting, wage freezes, offshoring and outsourcing. In the long term, they have to innovate and launch new products and services. For most Fortune 1000 companies, the easiest path forward is to acquire startups that have already developed and tested new products or technologies. Large companies have always conducted R&D, employed robust product teams, built complex supply chains and operations, but have struggled to build corporate innovation programs that commercialize products as effectively as external startups. The realization that startups, university researchers and crowd sourced solutions can solve certain problems more quickly and cheaply than in-house experts has, over the last decade, led a growing number of corporations to adopt open innovation principles and think more broadly about how they source and acquire innovation.

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The Venture Capital Funnel

The Venture Capital Funnel | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it

Anecdotally, it’s known that most startups fail. But looking at the data, we can see the hard truth in the numbers and better understand where in the funding lifecycle startups begin to lose traction.

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A Self-Aware Internet and a Real-Life Matrix?

A Self-Aware Internet and a Real-Life Matrix? | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it

Admittedly, it is a theory which demands we accept something startling as reality: that since its large-scale inception in the 1990s, the Internet has become self-aware – to a certain degree, anyway. It is also a theory which suggests the Internet is now its own intelligent entity, one that is capable of rational thought, having a high degree of consciousness, and even the ability to manipulate us, the human race – and all without us largely realizing what is going on before our very eyes. That may include manipulating us even further by plunging us into real-world equivalents of the simulated domain of The Matrix.

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Why Your Startup Will Fail

Why Your Startup Will Fail | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it
The vast majority of startups will fail and the numbers are even higher in biomedicine due to the numerous risks involved in getting a product or service to patients in a highly regulated industry that involves human subject and clinical trials. Add to that the many barriers to adoption, dissemination, diffusion and implementation and why clinical trial results don’t translate into clinical use, and you can see why things are so risky.
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New quantum dot microscope shows electric potentials of individual atoms

New quantum dot microscope shows electric potentials of individual atoms | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it

A team of researchers from Jülich in cooperation with the University of Magdeburg has developed a new method to measure the electric potentials of a sample at atomic accuracy. Using conventional methods, it was virtually impossible until now to quantitatively record the electric potentials that occur in the immediate vicinity of individual molecules or atoms.

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La solution du Président de l’ARCEP pour couvrir beaucoup plus rapidement la totalité de la France en 5G

La solution du Président de l’ARCEP pour couvrir beaucoup plus rapidement la totalité de la France en 5G | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it

Le Président de l’ARCEP explique que si "on veut installer autant de pylônes que l’on veut, on peut couvrir tout le territoire, mais le coût en serait extrêmement élevé et, a priori pas supportable pour le secteur des télécoms" qui investit déjà beaucoup. Il précise que ce qui revient le plus cher dans le déploiement d’un réseau mobile est de créer un nouveau sites " Remplacer l’électronique sur un site pour passer de la 3G à la 4G, ca coûte de l’argent, mais ce qui coûte vraiment plus cher c’est de faire un nouveau site" Selon lui, ce ne serait pas raisonnable de demander aux opérateurs télécom de couvrir l’intégralité du territoire avec ces fréquences 3,5 GHz, car ca nécessiterait trop de sites

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Driving Exponential Online Growth by Creating and Reaching New Digital Customers

Driving Exponential Online Growth by Creating and Reaching New Digital Customers | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it

How can we succeed in the online world when it seems to be changing by the day? This article explores critical questions business leaders need to be asking themselves as they explore case examples and strategies that have been applied by others, examine how the technologies and capabilities of the ‘mobile first’ internet could evolve in the next few years and identify a set of practical actions they can adopt to drive exponential online sales growth.

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Sony Realtime Projection Mapping 2 on

Marshmallow Laser Feast's ambitious realtime projection mapping campaign for Sony Playstation. Credits below..
We wanted to push video mapping on from anything that has been done so far. Using live puppetry, 3D tracking, pyrotechnics (and a whole bunch of our friends' spare time) we transformed a room into three different vignettes. Can you guess the films?!

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Wedding in Armenia Gets 3D 360-Degree Projection Mapping Decoration

Wedding in Armenia Gets 3D 360-Degree Projection Mapping Decoration | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it

The event was held in the banquet hall of the hotel, which belongs to one of the richest people in Armenia and was built specifically for this wedding. This was the first event at the hotel, and the prestigious guest list included presidents of countries. The visual specificity of this event is an abstract 3D environment.

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Cake Projection Mapping in 10 Minutes

Cake Projection Mapping in 10 Minutes | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it

“Cake Mapping” refers to the technique of projection mapping, sometimes know as “video mapping” or “3d mapping” on a plain, usually multi-tiered cake with animations, videos, photos and text. Projection mapped cakes provide unforgettable, eye-catching centrepieces to events like weddings, birthdays, celebrations and corporate events.

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Disruption Starts with Unhappy Customers, Not Technology

Disruption Starts with Unhappy Customers, Not Technology | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it

In the common scenario that executives think technology is trying to disrupt their business, they try to find a way to develop that technology internally or buy it from others. Major auto companies like GM and Ford are a good example: they have spent billions to buy and then build electric and autonomous driving technologies.

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Many of the standard ways of thinking about which new growth markets large conglomerate companies should enter revolves around the idea of “adjacencies” and “synergies,” at the firm-side.

But if customers are at the center of disruption, companies need to understand how to offer customer-side synergies. Successful growth is dictated by benefits accrued to the customer, not to the company.

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Why Managers Design Jobs to Be More Boring Than They Need to Be

Why Managers Design Jobs to Be More Boring Than They Need to Be | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it

Levels of engagement at work are continually low and declining in some parts of the world. Elite consulting jobs have been described as “tedious,” “uninspiring,” work in which people are told “exactly how to do things.” Earlier this year, the Guardian reported that Amazon warehouse workers are treated “worse than robots” — running to fill orders and skipping bathroom breaks as they are monitored by electronic surveillance. Evidence of rising work intensification in many countries has been backed up by the media, including stories about the effect of “greedy jobs” on women, as well as popular books that bemoan demotivating work, and that identify the huge toll stressful work has on communities internationally.

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Organic laser diodes move from dream to reality

Organic laser diodes move from dream to reality | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it

Researchers from Japan have demonstrated that a long-elusive kind of laser diode based on organic semiconductors is indeed possible, paving the way for the further expansion of lasers in applications such as biosensing, displays, healthcare, and optical communications.

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17 Of The Biggest Startup Frauds Of All Time

17 Of The Biggest Startup Frauds Of All Time | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it

Few places are more receptive to new ideas and innovative business models than Silicon Valley. A promising new idea — especially if it’s pitched by the right person — can essentially win an entrepreneur a blank check to bring their vision to life or help a fledgling venture fund land its all-important first investments.
But the model doesn’t always work perfectly.

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25 Machine Learning Startups To Watch In 2019

25 Machine Learning Startups To Watch In 2019 | Innovating to what's next... | Scoop.it

From powering personalized career sites that recommend open positions that are ideal for a given candidate based on their capabilities as eightfold.ai does today, to scaling the complexity and volume of machine learning algorithms, so they’re more accessible as DataRobot does, machine learning startups are taking on many of business’ most significant challenges. AI and machine learning have the potential to create an additional $2.6T in value by 2020 in Marketing and Sales, and up to $2T in manufacturing and supply chain planning according to the McKinsey Global Institute. Please see the latest roundup of machine learning forecasts and market estimates, 2019 for more market data on machine learnings’ exponential growth.

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