Artificial Intelligence as an innovation trend nourishes an on-going discussion followed by many experts on social networks. One could consider AI talks remain a forward-looking, scientific research field gradually affecting algorithms, business information and analytics. Yet recent political and economic debates remind the concrete impact AI, and beyond it digital economies, already drives in tech innovation reality. As an intent to… Read More Artificial Intelligence: what is the long term story?
The systemic analysis impact for innovation always brings up interesting discussions and questions with regards to legal and environment frameworks. There are so many recurring and new initiatives taking place, experts prioritizing and visualizing pain points, you can actually picture the system wondering where to go. How do our regulatory and environmental frameworks manage the technological… Read More Rethinking legal frameworks – Is smarter agriculture better agriculture?
Current pressuring political, economic and social trends usually spread tensions and fear across media, including social media, creating further individual anxiety. From an innovation viewpoint, this in fact seems to generate further appetite for innovation, as identified through the selection of most liked and shared ideas on WAI social networks. What makes smart change makers believe so fiercely… Read More 7 traits of smart change makers
If you have an upcoming review to pitch a perfect story and raise awareness or fundings for your project, visual creativity certainly gets involved, as a proof you are able to pinpoint processes and concepts with impacting yet sensible symbols and codes. Although not everyone needs to be a graphic designer, gaining inspiration from other innovation professionals can… Read More 10 visual stories for your innovation toolbox
I started working at a time when we did not have “data” to make decisions, we called them “statistics”. And we’d partially build them ourselves (we called them: “internal estimates”). We didn’t have “communities” either, or not as they exist and interact today on social media. We called them “segments” and we had lengthy presentations to understand… Read More “By humans, for humans”
Market roadmaps describe key market component of specific innovation trends combining posts and tweets shared on WAI social networks. From readers to information providers, social media is interlinking global opinions and specific facts into a complex conversation questioning users’ ability to make sense of increasing amounts of data both as citizens and customers. The uniformity of ideas… Read More Making sense of social media through diversity
This Innovation Index is an end-to-end strategic impact analysis combining market attractiveness, business model maturity, infrastructure and support impact for Artificial Intelligence. This last part analyses the Technical Readiness to Market, Structural Readiness to Market and Legal, Economic and Environment impact of markets and services related to AI based on innovation analyses shared by experts… Read More Innovation Index: AI requirements for optimized infrastructure and support
The Daily Pick highlights most popular tweets and posts from WAI social networks into a single strategic story. If you want to join the conversation, you can add and share you views with us on Facebook, Twitter and Google+ As they drive projects towards human objectives and goals, innovation leaders are now able to showcase… Read More Daily Pick: 13 factors favoring intelligent leadership
Company cultures are described by innovation experts and analysts as evolving towards professional and social communities where individuals need to understand what their role and value are to maximise their impact while optimizing their personal development. As a result, innovation in future company cultures will be led by communities able to develop the human values and… Read More InnoGraph: Communities, Cultures and Companies
As experts outline, the future of work offers multi-dimensional connectivity between individuals and teams usually kept apart in current organizations. Because hierarchy, workplace and collaboration tools are evolving, companies need to investigate the value of constructive thinking to develop innovation while engaging both leaders and employees to create value, building cultures where change is positive and being good a necessity.… Read More Daily Pick: 13 reasons why companies should apply constructive thinking