Posts Tagged ‘technology’

Building smart cities in India – Mike Walsh

If by 2050, 70% of the world’s population will be living in cities – how do we reimagine our infrastructure, resources and services to cope? Bala Mahavaden is one of the thought leaders involved in planning the next generation of super cities in India, the Middle East and Europe. We spoke about the role of…

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Automating Human Advisors – Mike Walsh

Futurist Mike Walsh discusses the relationship between automation and employment, and why, if the previous Industrial Revolution is any guide – we should be cautious in assuming that robots will be the end of jobs as we know it.

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Data, decision-making and the algorithmic healthcare revolution – Mike Walsh

Healthcare is on the brink of a profound transformation, enabled by data, analytics and algorithms. As the health ecosystem moves from providing ‘sick care’, to an integrated, human-centric approach to helping people manage wellness – providers, payers and pharmaceutical manufactures will need to change. I spoke with healthcare analytics experts, D. Sahay and Rohan Fernando,…

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Data, talent, and how to recruit smart millennials – Mike Walsh

With more than 200 inches of snow each year, and a good eight hour drive from a major city, Michigan Tech didn’t see many recruiters from outside of the Midwest. That didn’t seem right to Garrett Lord. Why should talent be located just in geographies closest to tech companies? After driving to college campuses across…

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We Are All Software Companies Now – Mike Walsh

‘What do you mean we need to be a software company?’ asked Lukas Braunschweiler, CEO of Sonova, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of high-tech hearing devices. I had just finished giving a talk to their senior leadership team at the gorgeous lakeside town of Stäfa, near Zurich. ‘We already have lots of software engineers.…

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