John Hagel: Rethinking Race Against the Machines (by bigthink)
This is a important remark to the book Race Against The Machine: How the Digital Revolution is Accelerating Innovation, Driving Productivity, and Irreversibly Transforming Employment and the Economy. Hagel is underlining the need for the humanity to redefine work to race WITH the machines rather than against them.
“Whether you’re just starting to hire or expanding your existing team, attracting and encouraging top talent can be difficult. You want to find the best of the best – and find ways to help them thrive in your company.”
Quadrocopters can do more than take part in elaborate dances — they’re making the jump into gymnastics. Dario Brescianini, a student at ETH Zurich’s Institute for Dynamic Systems and Controls, has programmed the mini-drones to perform stunts and juggle poles between themselves. It all takes place in ETH Zurich’s Flying Machine Arena, a space decked out with a motion capture system and wireless networking to provide the perfect testing ground for tiny airborne vehicles.
- IS WEARABLE TECH LIKE
- APPLE’S IWATCH THE
- NEXT BIG TREND?
Apple has already transformed two industries: music and computing. Now, as the company reportedly attempts the redefinition of the watch – one of man’s oldest pieces of technology – the next phase of the techno revolution is hoving into clear view: welcome to the age of “wearable tech”, with a gadget available to cater to your every need.
Paul Higgins: This is an interesting debate. I have not worn a watch since my dairy cattle veterinary days when I used to lose them regularly. This is the only time I ahve ever thought about wearing one again because my mobile has served the purpose. However not having to pull my phone out and visibility in daylight for limited functions are somewhat appealing
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