Technology has always been a means for humanity to overcome challenges. But we are more aware than ever that it also creates challenges. The ultimate impact of how technology shapes our future will depend on us.
One misstep here, and tech companies could find themselves back in the penalty box, their trillion-dollar market caps a distant and wistful memory.
On July 15-16, Signal returns to tackle what comes next. Assumptions about business models, consumer behavior, supply chains, and forecasting have been upended. Mark your calendar for this online event and stay tuned for Signal’s always extraordinary line-up.
The world post-pandemic will be more virtual, more local and even more data-driven. Here are the technologies being accelerated by this change.
Changing consumer behavior presents an opportunity to do things in new and different ways, says Union Square Ventures’ Rebecca Kaden.
In this powerful new film, P&G looks at the way the LGBTQ community has been portrayed in advertising over the last century.
Scale demands new ways of doing things. For This is L., that meant changing the manufacturing strategy.
The coffee giant leaned on a tightly integrated online to offline (O2O) approach. With social distancing, O2O is more important than ever.