This week: generalising from unicorns, schadenfreude, self-help manifestos or true eye-openers, we review for you 2020’s best business books.
This week: working from home, hybrid offices, climate, Gen Z, AI and UBI, the surprising lessons we’ve learned from the COVID-19 pandemic.
This week: reducing the reliance on ad revenue, reducing the reliance on external partners: how big tech companies evolve their business models.
This week: we dive into the complex shadow world of trading location data from innocuous apps.
This week: Kishi Pan helps us unpack the world’s largest shopping event, China’s singles’ day, 11.11.
This week: Jevin West joins us to discuss disinformation in social media in the wake of the US election.
This week: after a flurry of contradicting announcements, we discuss if self-driving cars have finally arrived, or what it would take to get them here.
This week: we finally discuss gene editing and CRISPR, as the 2020 Nobel Prize in Chemistry goes the women behind its development.
This week: we talk about design and design thinking in an uncertain world, as we problem-solve our way out of the pandemic.
This week: The Social Dilemma, our first movie review on The Future, This Week. We bring in everything we’ve learnt about social media over the past three years.
This week: in a special on social commerce in China, we talk to our guest Kishi Pan about the unique experience of Xiaohongshu, or Little Red Book.