Diversity and Inclusion: By the Numbers

Are you greater than the sun that shines on everyone: Black, Brown, Yellow, Red and White, the sun does not discriminate. — Sara Ting, “Sun Poem.” You’ve seen the warning on your rearview mirror: “Objects in mirror are closer than they appear.” The future seems to be approaching faster than ever before. The rise of […]

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21 More Jobs That Pivot on Human-Machine Harmony

Help Wanted: Data Trash Engineer. Algorithm Bias Auditor. Head of Machine Personality Design. Chief Purpose Planner. Could you envision needing one of these job titles in your organization, or even see yourself filling one of these roles? We can – if not now, then very soon. In fact, in an age when many pundits are […]

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Digital Memories More Powerful than a Hurricane

Whether it’s wildfires in California, a hurricane in Puerto Rico or flooding in North Carolina, Florida and Texas, natural disasters are becoming all too common. And beyond the physical and mortal damage –which is substantial – the lingering trauma of mental stress that follows in the wake of these events is a hidden tragedy no less […]

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WEF 2018 in Review: Splints on a Fractured World

The theme of the recent World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos was Creating a Shared Future in a Fractured World. These fractures – Brexit, the Trump presidency, the rise of automation and artificial intelligence, the re-emergence of China – were on full display across the conference agenda, both in the main Congress Hall and […]

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WEF 2017: The Future of Work and the 10 Summits Ahead

The second hottest topic of conversation in World Economic Forum (WEF) conference rooms and Davos restaurants this week: What exactly is the future of work? (We’ll get to the first hottest topic in a minute.) Over coffee and schnitzel (and the odd glass or three of gluhwein), attendees are pondering the work ahead, and how […]

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