Standing for Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things & Data, RAID is aimed at C-level executives and senior managers to confront opportunities and challenges of disruptive innovation. The 2018 event welcomes some of the world’st most innovative companies and influential thinkers, with a focus on B2B opportunities.
There is a reason why companies like Google, Ford, Fidelity and Marriott all have their own innovation labs. Not only do they allow room for people to experiment, explore new ways of thinking and hold the promise of creating breakthrough products and services, but they also have plenty of PR value. But do they really deliver, or are they just flashy programmes that fall short of their promise?
Part of the Economist Events, the summit will gather leading thinkers and practitioners to explore the opportunities and challenges of Artificial Intelligence and machine learning. Editors from The Economist will ask the searching questions as Fortune 500 CEOs, policymakers, academics and disruptive entrepreneurs share their insights and strategies for successfully embracing AI and machine learning to build a […]
Venture-builder Pedro da Cunha shares his secret for creating profitable startups that create value: the power of collective intelligence.
Mathias Hubert and Togo Ribeiro, managers in Beijaflore Consulting Group, help you put in place an effective predictive maintenance strategy.
The Open Innovation Summit invites commercial innovators and leaders in R&D processes to come together in candid conversation to discuss their challenges and develop best-practices. Attendance is essential if you want to learn from America’s leading open innovators and establish real strategic solutions to see you through 2017 successfully.
Explore the world where the internet meets objects in an interconnected landscape, and see the power of what is possible. Examine one of the fastest growing domains that is going to cause disruption, as well as the most opportunity for the future. The Internet of Things Summit will bring together thought-leaders and industry experts discussing […]
Waves of disruption are increasing and businesses are more quickly redesigning better products to meet consumers’ expectations. Big data is playing a major part in this. With established brands and companies facing growing competition, executives, innovators and entrepreneurs need to start looking at big data and the opportunities it brings for positive change.
Organisation leaders often act as if innovation has one path only, failing to see it as a complex, multifaceted business discipline, with a set of tools to meet different objectives. In a recent article in the Harvard Business Review, the speaker and innovation advisor Greg Satell explores four different types of innovation and how each can solve problems, thus helping companies choose the best strategy for innovation.