Why we shouldn’t fear technology in the workplace

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Why we shouldn’t fear technology in the workplace

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Can an IoT-enabled device give us the freshest and fairest coffee, every time?

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Thomas Edison once said: “I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.” It’s a profound quote, one that reminds us that we shouldn’t be afraid of failure or unsuccessful trials. However, while failure is important and a natural stage of developing new solutions, we must still strive to succeed whenever possible …

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Earlier this year, Berlin-based Bonaverde announced the successful development of a new roast-grind-brew coffee machine that seeks to revolutionize coffee creation and consumption. The Bonaverde Berlin Coffee Maker has been in our minds for some time now, as it debuted on Kickstarter back in 2013, and is set to automate the normally arduous process of …

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Advances in technology are creating new possibilities to create healthier and fairer societies. Regular readers of the blog will know we’ve discussed the environmental and economic benefits of innovation before (check out our work on connected cars), the Aland Bank’s Baltic Sea Project being a recent example. Already, mobile and IoT technologies are lifting people …

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Imagine if access to a vehicle could be shared in a convenient, secure and seamless fashion, without giving away a physical set of car keys. The rise of virtual car keys, where access to a vehicle is stored in the cloud alongside other data, can make this dream a reality. The implications are significant for car …

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  The robots are coming, according to the World Economic Forum 2017. Government and private sector leaders gathered in Davos to discuss the major political and economic issues facing the world. A key theme was the impact of technology on jobs and businesses. Different opinions were expressed; HP CEO, Meg Whitman, warned that action is …

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  The robots are coming, according to the World Economic Forum 2017. Government and private sector leaders gathered in Davos to discuss the major political and economic issues facing the world. A key theme was the impact of technology on jobs and businesses. Different opinions were expressed; HP CEO, Meg Whitman, warned that action is …

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Imagine if access to a vehicle could be shared in a convenient, secure and seamless fashion, without giving away a physical set of car keys. The rise of virtual car keys, where access to a vehicle is stored in the cloud alongside other data, can make this dream a reality. The implications are significant for car …

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