The world over, there is a “tribalisation of opinion”. Where are the spaces to listen to people not like us?
Tag : technology
Much of the optimism about technology has settled down to cautious optimism. There is a growing realisation that we need both techies and fuzzies. There is a renewed appreciation for systems thinking
The pace of change is accelerating. Uncertainty is growing. Businesses are on tenterhooks. And on the cusp of a new decade, India’s digital economy is yet again poised for a reset
Global Capability Centres have played a big role in the development of Indian engineering and innovation capabilities. Protectionist trends like the US-China trade disputes now raise important questions for India
Nir Eyal wrote the definitive book on how to design tech products that will get people hooked. His latest book ‘Indistractable’ has advice on how to avoid digital distractions and hold our own in this war for our attention. Some insights from the book
In this podcast, Sundeep Waslekar, president of think tank Strategic Foresight, talks about a growing global phenomenon: the resurgence of the right. What it means and how it might shape our world
In listening to the Supreme Court pronounce its verdict on Aadhaar, some pointers emerge to the vagaries of entrepreneurship
This Week: Airbnb vs the hospitality industry, developing a unique perspective, and why Big Tech needs to be disrupted
Businesses, and inventors in technologies, must be held accountable for the impacts their products have on the lives of their customers and on societies. We must ask, why is this to be done? Who will benefit? Who may be harmed by it?
Insights into the forces that will shape the world, from The Economist report, ‘The World in 2018’