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We have entered an era in which technology is no longer an intimidating novelty. Its use in business and industry is both accepted and expected. And pressure abounds - from the federal government, local school boards, and the popular press - for educators to get on boa...

Agriculture technology, or agtech for short, wasn't a target sector for venture capitalists or entrepreneurs for a long time, but it has confirmed its place as an industry of interest for the venture capital community.


The opportunity to bring agriculture, a $7.8 trill...

Collaborative economy is when consumers can get whatever they want from each other, without depending on large organizations.  


Wikipedia has a really good explanation of what the sharing economy is: "The sharing economy (sometimes also referred to as the peer-to-peer...

Health care is being reinvented. The shift is being driven by two main factors: the search for economic sustainability and digital disruption. Digital health (mobile apps, wearables, social media, and analytics) is expanding access, improving quality, managing costs an...

In 1970, there were two megacities (defined as populations > 10 million) — Tokyo and New York. Today, there are 23 megacities, with the total expected to rise to 41 by 2030. This expectation rises a question: In a fast-changing world, can cities be built with long-term...

Some of the biggest challenges confronting humanity stem from human behaviors, such as poor diet and lack of exercise, unsustainable energy use and excessive consumption.  
Due to demographics and globalization, they are now becoming increasingly urgent, bringing behav...

When machines become workers, what will be the human role? That is the great question that emerges every time we think about disruptive innovation and technology automating some activity, specially through AI and robotics. 


Technology has been reshaping work since the...

Though consolidation and diversification lead competitors to enter new unrelated industry categories, industry convergence is what happens when disruption takes place. It reconfigures and democratizes information, creating new levels of complexity at unprecedented spee...

To fully understand disruption, we must first know from where this term came from. It was first used by Harvard Business School professor Clayton Christensen in 1995 to describe the transformation of business models and value networks by technology or business innovati...

This is our third and final post about the changes we are likely to see when cities become smart.  


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Smart apps will lead retails through the path of flexibility and convenience for the customer. Apps will communicate with beacons to offer products based...

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