In the news, on social media such as LinkedIn and other places, I notice a lot of predictions about what will certainly happen within the next ten years. AI here, nano-something there… Making predictions is hard. Very hard. Particularly if … Continue reading Making technology and innovation predictions
At Mergeflow, we get asked this question a lot, particularly by our software platform customers. In this editorial, I look at the “traits” and at the “skills” component… Continue reading What makes a good innovation intelligence analyst?
On October 2nd, 2017, Jeffrey C. Hall, Michael Rosbash and Michael W. Young were awarded the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their discoveries of… Continue reading The business of sleep
“Open innovation” — something new? Well, not really. Open approaches to innovation have been around for hundreds of years. Consider Galileo Galilei, for example… Continue reading Galilei-style innovation
“Booooooring!”, I hear you say. Intersections! But have you seen this simulation by researchers at UT Austin? It shows, rather impressively, what the traffic intersection of the future may look like… Continue reading Traffic intersections: A practical example of smart cities
Recently, the information service Innovation Leader published the results of a field study, “Collective intelligence: Trends and technologies worth watching”. Continue reading “Case study: Innovation Leader’s ‘Technologies Worth Watching’”