Tag Archives: stakeholder

Building Mission-Driven Technology

Mission-driven technology delivers a powerful impact, while redeeming technology from its darker story.

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Corporate Artificial Intelligence: Can Investors Control a “Perfect Profit Machine”?

As corporations automate, might the artificial intelligence of a "perfect profit machine" simply decide to stop distributing profits to human owners?

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How the Chatbot Changes Our Relationship to Organizations

The chatbot revolution won't just change the way we interact and communicate with organizations.

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How Gig Economy Platforms Like Uber Will Automate Human Work

How Gig Economy platforms like Uber use technology to create jobs today that they will automate and eliminate tomorrow.

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Artificial Intelligence and the Smart Gyms of 2026

Artificial Intelligence and the Internet of Things built the community-owned Smart Gyms of 2026.

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How Artificial Intelligence and 3D Printing Led to the Cobbler Renaissance of 2028

It's 2028, and 3D printing and artificial intelligence have revolutionized the economics of shoes.

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That Sucking Sound? It’s the Stock Market

How the stock market extracts value from corporations and fuels the concentration of wealth.

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How to See Through the Algorithms in Your Life

We need to create more transparency in the algorithms that shape our world.

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How Artificial Intelligence is Reinventing the Art of Influencing Human Behavior

Neuroscientist Jeffrey Lin wants to dramatically reduce people’s toxic behavior in online gaming communities, and he’s using artificial intelligence to do it. When players experience persistent abuse or toxic behavior in a game, they are on average 320% more likely to leave that game and never come back. Toxic behavior isn’t just a conspicuous PR problem for the gaming companies; it costs them real money. I’m …

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You Are Not the Product: The Coming Revolution in Social Networks

It's time to recognize that people are not the product and that end user contributions to social networks deserve to be compensated.

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