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There was a buzz in the air at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last week. Both large companies and startups filled the convention centers to show off and demo their new products. After spending a few days walking among the endless booths and talking to some guests and exhibitors two key trends became clear… (Read the rest on our blog) Navigating FinTech Disruption One-of-a-kind opportunity to learn about the latest trends in FinTech, directly from the Silicon Valley insiders. Designed specifically for financial services executives, the program includes 5 full days of immersive experience with the ... Read more
There was a buzz in the air at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last week. Both large companies and startups filled the convention centers to show off and demo their new products. After spending a few days walking among the endless booths and talking to some guests and exhibitors three key trends became clear. 1. Vehicles will become connected This trend is best shown by Ford, who highlighted their transformation from being a car manufacturer to a software company developing a system to coordinate autonomous vehicles in city streets. During his keynote address, Ford CEO Jim Hackett announced ... Read more
Thomson Reuters Discovers AI Use Cases Let’s face it. Modern technological advancements have already taken the practical science of artificial intelligence to unseen levels. AI is no longer limited to a robot beating a world chess master. In fact, artificial intelligence is likely to influence modern business trends at a faster pace. New age AI bots can just sift through the humongous amount of big data in a matter of seconds. These developments could potentially affect the future business models by improving the research reports and publishing capabilities. The question is, to what extent does AI tech impact upon the ... Read more
As the year come to a close we’d like to share our thoughts about the three emerging innovations that reached their tipping point in 2017. These innovations weren’t necessarily developed in 2017, rather in 2017 they reached a high enough market adoption to indicate that they will be adopted on a mass scale in the next year or two. As a corporate innovator you’ll want to include these trends in your 2018 innovation road map. 1) Blockchain will create more transparent trade and ease of transacting Only a few months ago still only a handful of die hard enthusiasts believed ... Read more
Amazon Go can make it much easier to get in and out of a store. While currently only a pilot in a small store near Amazon HQ in Seattle, Amazon Go has huge potential to make shopping easier. Each shopper’s activity is tracked by in-store cameras and sensors. Each item that you pick up and put back will be recorded. So in the shopping of Amazon’s Christmas wish all you have to do is enter a store, put the items in your (reusable) bags and walk out. You will be charged to you Amazon account. If you are in the ... Read more
IKEA is one of the first companies to make a real world applicable use case for it. Using IKEA Place you can put on an AR headset like Hololens, or even just load it to your smartphone. Take a second to do a full scan of the room so the AR device understands the dimensions, then load up a 3D rendering of the furniture you’re interested in. You can see how the color, style, and sizing matches. When you find the item you like you can click to buy. How’s that for time saving?
On Tuesday, November 14th through Friday, November 16th, Silicon Valley Innovation Center (SVIC) hosted the executives from Toyota Material Handling. Silicon Valley leaders, top executives, and innovators shared their vision with the participants on the most disruptive trends in automation and supply chain. See what Matthias Fischer, President and CEO of Toyota Material Handling Europe, said about his experience on the 3 day Silicon Valley immersion program:
More and more trade associations are discovering the value of bringing their leadership teams to Silicon Valley. The members not only get to meet face to face and talk shop, but they also receive invaluable insight about customer focus and people management from leading innovative workplaces like Amazon and Google. Often time, trade associations contact us because they want to create an unforgettable experience for their members that combines cultural thought leadership and meetings specific to the future of their industry. This combination of interests has led MKJ Marketing to work with us to create an unforgettable two-day program for ... Read more