This year, the Disruption Summit Europe will celebrate its three-year anniversary by looking back on all the things that have changed since it first began. The event, which will take place on the 10th of September in London, will focus on three main topics: Technology, Innovation and Purpose.
August is often that month when you finally have time to pick up a book. If you need inspiration, we’ve gathered the latest reads for innovation managers. From hiring tips to scaling innovation, Big Tech concerns to the power of crazy ideas, these books are bound to provide plenty of food for thought this summer.
While high-income countries still lead the way when it comes to innovation, there has been something of a shift in the global innovation landscape, with middle-income economies climbing up the ranks, according to the Global Innovation Index 2019.
Part of TRANSFORM 2019, VentureBeat recently presented the AI Innovation Awards, which recognise innovation in the field of Artificial Intelligence. The awards were presented on July 11th in San Francisco by Ople, a startup focused on “using AI to build AI” and which aims to make AI as ubiquitous and achievable as possible.
By the end of 2020, the volume of big data will reach 44 trillion gigabytes, with the potential to change the business world exponentially. To compete in the digital age, organisations must harness the data they have available to them and use it to discover hidden insights, new opportunities for growth and ultimately drive innovation.
Along with Artificial Intelligence, the Internet of Things and machine learning, big data is one of the concepts that is shaping the future of business innovation and is evolving incredibly fast. To keep up with the latest developments and learn more about leveraging your data assets, here are 5 events that deliver actionable insights for innovation managers this year.
Terms like big data are often associated to applications related to fields like banking, healthcare manufacturing. But as organisations are coming to realise – and if not, they should be –, big data analytics is an important investment across all industries, and some of the world’s largest corporations are leading the way.
Cities that combine strong innovation capabilities and talent concentration outperform in economic terms, but also attract higher real estate capital, says the latest report from real estate firm JLL.
Aimed at industry managers looking to innovate successfully within their organisation, the Imperial College Business School has developed a hands-on programme entitled From Idea to Innovation: Inspiring Intrapreneurship.