Corruption is a clichéd narrative to woo voters. What alternative narrative can politicians sell to the world’s largest democracy?
The logic behind the partnership between Tata Steel and Thyssenkrupp to give shape to a sustainable steel business in Europe is compelling. But the labour pains involved are likely to be equally challenging
Why strong leaders listen, why AI may not be all that threatening, and why trust will beat empty opinions
In this podcast, Arun Maira dwells on how listening without judgement can help leaders understand the big picture and improve the quality of their decisions
That artificial intelligence is here to stay seems a given. But Garry Kasparov and I believe we aren’t going any place. My little girls need us
That those in the media are toast is now part of popular opinion. But the fact that an opinion is widely held is no evidence that it is not utterly absurd
Why we need dialogue and deliberation to regulate technology, the trouble with TED talks, and how Richard Thaler’s nudge principles can be used for good and bad
Job destruction, fake news, polarisation. Rapid advances in technology are blamed for these. Is that claim justified? Are other factors at play? Who will regulate technology?
What started out as an intellectually stimulating event has degenerated into a series of shallow performances
It looks inevitable technology companies will outrun the theories of the Nobel Prize winner in Economics. And that is a frightening thought