While the rise of machine learning in the consumer space is widely discussed, its uses in mature industrial technologies are lesser-known, yet very important.
Moving into the next phase of digitized healthcare, Epic Systems needs to continue to develop, test, and implement its machine learning capabilities.
There is a large shortage of organs available for lifesaving transplants. As a result medical researchers are turning to 3D bioprinting to address the growing shortage. Swedish start-up Cellink is revolutionizing the bioprinting industry with its innovative bioink, making bioprinting more widely accessible.
The post explores how Starbucks has embraced open innovation in product development and rolling out new in-store experiences
In a world of distributed knowledge and expertise, it’s clear that open innovation has clear advantage across the value chain. This essay discussed the challenges of traditional in-house innovation model and why it is important for Nestle to use open innovation model. Then it introduced several milestone initiatives Nestle has taken to apply Open Innovation and gave two recommendations for the management team to further consider.
This post explores how Phillips is embracing the rise of IoT by building smart light bulbs that can be controlled from a mobile phone.
Farming is no longer about big, steel machines and farmers' intuition. Technology is transforming agriculture as we know it, and manufacturers of heavy equipment, like Deere, are forced the rethink their business model to transition into…wait for it… a tech company. (Cue gasp.)
Leveraging science to deliver innovative solutions that meet the challenges of climate change.
Nike is not “just doing it” when it comes to corporate environmental protection initiatives — they’re acing it.
In this post, I analyze how Allstate is relevant and influential in the climate change debate.