Three edge computing trends and why you should care
Edge computing involves hardware and software technologies that enable storage, computing, and processing close to the device that generates or consumes data. ‘Close’ is a relative term that could include servers co-located with cell towers, on premise servers, or operational devices.
Asia Growth Exchange #8: Balancing Regional Operations
For corporates, realizing growth in Asia means striking a balance between de-risking and increasing investment in high-potential regions. It means globalizing in the right areas while still giving room for localization and flexibility in order to be competitive in core markets. Learn how C-level executives approach strategy management and decision-making across borders to support growth in Asia by downloading anonymized notes of our discussion.
Beijing Prohibits Use of AI-Generated Prescriptions: How Far Away Are AI Doctors?
Beijing's strict ban on AI-generated prescriptions has raised questions about the future of AI doctors. The Beijing Municipal Health Commission introduced measures prohibiting AI-based prescription generation and the provision of medication prior to prescription, while companies explore AI applications and solutions to challenges in accuracy and medical imaging integration.
Innovation Insight: Ally with sales to gain access to customer insights
The history of innovation is a littered with failure. Studies regularly find that more than 90% of new products fail to meet expectations. For every Tesla in the market, there are a dozen Zeos, Edsels and LeEcos. Big ideas, smart people, and deep pockets are not enough to realize success. Innovators must gain a deep understanding of their customers. Below, we provide a real-world example on how to do just that.
What is the enterprise metaverse?
Office dynamics are being disrupted by remote work and supply chain visibility is more important than ever. The enterprise metaverse is envisioned as an immersive digital environment that replicates and connects every aspect of an organization. It could enable optimized decision making from the C-suite to the front lines, strengthen remote collaboration, provide innovative ways for companies to engage their clients, and enable new product development processes.
Breaking Down Silos: Aligning Stakeholders to Achieve Real Innovation Results
Innovation is the lifeblood of any business, but getting everyone on the same page can feel like herding cats. The more people involved, the harder it gets to make decisions and move forward. Accelerate time-to-market by ensuring stakeholder buy-in and support for new initiatives.