This week: work week wishes, fax-free futures, and AI art.
This week: why the hard questions go unanswered, the road for self-driving cars seems rockier than we thought, and robolawyers.
This week: why electric cars are nothing like fax machines, Elon Musk offers to solve South Australia’s power problems in 100 days, and a strange experiment at the German space agency.
Today more than half the world’s population lives in cities, and this trend is expected to continue. So how do cities compete with each other? We talk to Professor Bo Nielsen to find out.
This week: is Silicon Valley sexism a feature or a bug, why your TV might be spying on you, and fake milk.
We talk to May Samali, Director at Tumml and University of Sydney Alumni, about how can we help entrepreneurs make our cities better.
This week: why the tax office is interested in social media, robots in education and why phones that are not so smart are suddenly appealing.
We talk to Associate Professor Ranjit Voola who advocates re-imagining the purpose of business, where there is both an economic and moral imperative for businesses to engage in alleviating poverty, whilst making profits.
The time we spend trying to parse the data to make informed decisions, but also to try to identify new connections and trends is growing exponentially. We talk to Dan Buczaczer from Quid about how machine intelligence is helping us interrogate the world’s collective intelligence.
In The Future, This Week Sandra Peter (Sydney Business Insights) and Kai Riemer (Digital Disruption Research Group) meet once a week to put their own spin on news that is impacting the future of business. This week: taxing robots, horse manure, disruption in hindsight and batteries that aren't boring.