Monthly Archives: April 2014

Why We Are Innovation, and not robots.

In the near future, we may be wondering what makes us different from all these machines that can now combine power, knowledge, rapidity and some sort of intelligence of their own, some sort of experience, to work instead of us.

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The Internet of Things. Of what, exactly?

WAI Innovation Index takes you through key market figures and facts for the Internet of Things (IoT).

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Hadoop: On the rise, but how high?

Hadoop: On the rise, but how high?

The Innovation Index analyses the market attractiveness, business model maturity and infrastructure and support impact of a given sector or technology. This is the first part of the new Innovation Index for Hadoop. It aims at analyzing Hadoop market attractiveness through facts, figures and key words analysis, as collected through WAI networks. The second part […]

Big Data Wave: volatile and vulnerable

Big Data Wave: volatile and vulnerable

Today the ThinkL@b tries to define further Vs to Big Data. The objective is to better articulate the dimensions of Big Data around topics that exceed the technical definition. The point is to compound Big Data with appropriate indicators. It could be an economic factor, an environmental one, a political one. It would vary according to […]

V, like Virtual

V, like Virtual

The Think L@b is on week-end. On virtual week-end, that is.

Scientific poetry, the science of emotions

Scientific poetry, the science of emotions

On The Go is your innovation story inspired from elsewhere A radio show from France Culture,  “Les nouveaux chemins de la connaissance“, recently explored a specific poetry that was developed in the early 1800s. Those poems were inspired by science. This movement attempts to provide sense to science through poetry. As the author invited on the show explains, scientific […]

Think L@b: What would Google, Twitter and Facebook do in the same office?

Think L@b: What would Google, Twitter and Facebook do in the same office?

  WAI: Well guys, yesterday was quite a lazy day for me, didn’t feel like doing much… Probably the season.   Tweeter community: Don’t worry WAI, today we have plenty of tweets to warm you up. Seriously, so many people have joined the network with brilliant ideas. We like diversity here, and we find it’s […]

Intentional Reading

Intentional Reading

On The Go is your innovation story inspired from elsewhere. A few days ago, a friend of mine took me through his analysis of an economist we both read. While I thought, from what I know about his background, his ideas, his behaviour and knowledge, that we would have pleasantly shared a common agreement with […]

The issue with Privacy, How many steps to make a path?

The issue with Privacy, How many steps to make a path?

The Big Picture is a monthly PESTLE analysis for innovation. Today we look at Legal and Environment. You can find Politics and Economics analysis here, and Society and Technology analysis here. The issue with Privacy The “AirPlane!” syndrome Oscillating between panic and comic, decisions and choices recently made by the EU in an intent to […]

An Indian Dance

An Indian Dance

InnoMetrics is a review of latest economic, business and market numbers in one page. Today we look into India’s key strengths and opportunities as a regional and global players.   In light of partnerships and developments driven by India on a local, regional and global point of view, analysts and innovators try to understand the mechanics, […]

Innovation voices, who says what?

Innovation voices, who says what?

Originally posted on We Are Innovation:
Innovation is being defined at all time by anyone on any point of this globe. The very singularity of innovation is that it is a concept which is always under construction and challenges status quo to build a path to improvement. It can concern products, processes, practices. It drives…

We Are Innovation Because we are life artists

We Are Innovation Because we are life artists

In our last post analysing innovation impact on society (The Disrupted Society) we talked about the new creativity that arises with diverted use of newly developed technologies. New creators are able to visualize and materialise an innovative form of arts, breaking open the doors of their imagination, taking us beyond. Connecting otherwise locked areas, sectors, […]

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