Supported by Google, this unique programme is a fully immersive learning experience that focuses on deep-dive case studies and experiential engagement. Aimed at participants experiencing a high level of disruption in their industry, it provides the tools to implement lasting innovation through definition, idea scaling and prioritisation. The Academy, a Google Space, London, United […]
Where Robots meet Buddhas: 50 fascinating speakers from all over the world will talk about the future of media/ tech and work, with the Chinese Year of the Dog as the guiding principle of the event. Topics will range from robotics and AI to virtual reality, biohacking, blockchain and autonomous driving. Through keynotes, a startup […]
Sophia the Robot may be one of the best known, but the Edison Awards recently recognised many other of the most innovative products for 2018. Besides Sophia, we have selected 10 other new products conceived by the world’s most talented innovation leaders, in areas ranging from Social Innovation and Collective Disruption to Health & Wellness.
Through a mix of case-study presentations, interactive roundtable discussions, Q&A sessions and hands-on workshops, the conference provides a diverse and inspiring perspective on the digital future. The multi-stream format allows visitors to create their own programme, move freely between the conferences and choose the sessions of most interest and relevance.
Cryptocurrency and blockchain adviser Markus Wyss tells us why he believes that the innovation possibilities of blockchain technology are limitless.
Over the last two decades, the Internet and online tools have become increasingly important for innovation managers to promote new types of innovation. But as businesses migrate online and adopt more innovative interactions, the risks of cyber security are growing considerably.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is already starting to reshape our reality. The impact and transformation potential are exciting, though they can also be unsettling. For AI experts, the question is not whether the so-called “high-level machine intelligence” (HLMI) can outperform us in terms of efficiency on tasks and costs, but when. Machine learning researchers surveyed by Oxford University believe there is a 50% chance it will happen within 45 years.
With over 30 sessions featuring industry experts and Forrester analysts, this conference promises to help business leaders and technology innovators increase efficiency and agility through operational excellence, while creating customer-obsessed digital experiences.
With 20+ Industry Speakers & 100+ delegates, the Chief Digital Officer Forum offers an information exchange platform for those leading digital innovation within their organisations which will equip you with efficient monetisation and transformation strategies.