The Fast and the Curious. Three Factors That Will Define Tomorrow’s Car Makers

The future is here; autonomous cars are taking commuters from point A to B while making light conversation about morning traffic. Fuel stations are being geared out with power points for electric vehicles and the Google Maps lady is getting smarter by the ... read more

Checkmate: Is Robotised AI Poised to Take Over the Food Chain?

What happens when you put an advanced cognitive algorithm inside a humanoid robot? A very smart and efficient resource capable of out-thinking and out-working most humans.

Smart robots, like the acrobatic Atlas from ... read more

Can Digital Accelerate Africa’s Renaissance?

As Africa braces for the looming threat of robotised factories in Asia to its manufacturing boom, accessible education is under a renewed spotlight to ensure a sustainable future for the continent.

Lack of accessible ... read more

Why Most Companies Are Still Blindsided By Disruption

While the concept is more recognisable today, the truth is digital transformation (DX) has been around for quite some time. We’ve come a long way since video killed the radio star and Kodak, but it took a long series of incremental steps to get us to the ... read more

Why the Single Customer View Is Still so Elusive

The single customer view (SCV) has become the holy grail for companies looking to get a better understanding of the people who buy their products. This is evident in the billions being spent on software stacks bent on upping the customer experience ante ... read more

The Disruptive Student: What Will Elon Musk Do Next?

His early years as the not-too-popular kid in school may have served as the best cover for someone secretly planning to save the electric vehicle from obscurity and making commercial spaceflight a reality in his lifetime.

Singapore’s Impressive Digital Success Story

While many industries and regions across the globe battle to make sense of the Rubik's Cube that is digital, others are making significant headway on their transformation journeys. Singapore, for one, is fast becoming a digital success story as the city-state read more

What Kind of Leadership Does It Take to Succeed in Uncertain Times?

The date is March 24, 1944. The location, wartime Germany, Stalag prisoner of war (POW) camp. It’s the early hours before dawn. Squadron Leader Roger Bushell is leading 200 fellow inmates through an arduous and nerve-racking mission.

Industry 4.0: Opportunities and Challenges for the Developing World

Data, devices, algorithms, sensors and humans all form part of the future manufacturing landscape known as Industry 4.0. The rapid acceleration of technological innovation is giving rise to smart connected factories and promises to bring a wave of disruption ... read more

Why Car Makers Must Innovate Beyond the Dashboard

European and American car brands have always enjoyed a reputation for quality, style and reliability. While these attributes have done well for brand reputations and bottom lines, they’re no longer exclusive to vehicles that originate from certain ... read more