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05 Oct 2020

DRIVING INNOVATION IN STARTUPS WITH DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGIES

Thriving and sustaining in today’s digital age requires a startup to focus on business values of both customers’ and employees’ along with their expectations. Large, successful companies already realize their core competencies and services, establishing themselves as the go-to-market place for a particular outcome. But the startup ecosystem across the world is in its infancy, […]

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03 Oct 2020

How to Innovate Securely with Emerging IT

Future growth depends on continuous innovation with emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), 5G, quantum computing and extended reality (XR). But how can organizations adopt these technologies securely and reduce risk? Accenture’s Security Technology Vision 2020, “Innovating at Speed and Scale with Implicit Security,” provides important answers. The cybersecurity study spanned 500 business and […]

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01 Oct 2020

Are You Ready for Tech That Connects to Your Brain?

People are investing more time and money in personal technology, such as smart speakers, smart watches, wearables, and VR headsets. The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated our adoption of new technology and increased our reliance on it for social connection, entertainment, and educational experiences. As we spend more time at home, many of us are turning to technology to augment our reality. […]

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30 Sep 2020

Elon Musk: Neuralink brain implant will improve ‘bandwidth’ of human communication

We’re “already part electronic” due to our dependence on tech, the SpaceX and Tesla boss says in an interview with The New York Times. Elon Musk’s Neuralink brain implant is currently being tested in pigs, but the SpaceX and Tesla CEO wants the brain-computer link device to supercharge human communication, he said in an interview with The New York Times published Monday.  “We’re a […]

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29 Sep 2020

This study finds that those who retired early lost brain power

People who retire early suffer from accelerated cognitive decline and may even encounter early onset of dementia, according to a new economic study I conducted with my doctoral student Alan Adelman. To establish that finding, we examined the effects of a rural pension program China introduced in 2009 that provided people who participated with a […]

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28 Sep 2020

Asia’s digital economy needs consensus on tax

Over 135 countries, led by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), are working hard to build a multilateral consensus around international tax issues arising from the growth of the digital economy. This consensus is sought through the OECD/G20 Inclusive Framework on base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS). The evolving debate around international taxation […]

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27 Sep 2020

Scaling innovation could be the key to business success

Innovation and scaling should be treated as two different beasts, Capgemini says. Businesses are racing to innovate and adopt new technologies, but being unable to properly scale is hampering efforts to properly respond to both disruptions and opportunities. This is according to a new report from the Capgemini Research Institute, based on a poll of […]

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