Technology ecology focuses on technology’s relationships with other technologies, with people, with organizations and with the planet.
The key to creating value in your business is to be of service.
Technology plays two critical roles in the distribution of wealth, cutting jobs and income from below, while concentrating profits for investors from above.
Regenerative business creates strategies designed around stakeholders and social impact – and they are the future of business.
The seeds of our primary interface with machine intelligence rest in the humble origins of the vending machine. Here is the brief story of this evolution of self-service.
Organizations create intrinsic value by building meaning for customers and employees.
Artificial intelligence is changing humanity’s relationship to knowledge with profound implications for the future of the human experience.
Automated service platforms don’t just lead to large-scale unemployment in the services economy; they also redefine the nature of work.
A new, artificially intelligent design is emerging from the depths of machine learning, and as it does, Nature finds a new medium for expression.
It’s easy to argue about fairness – because our society operates with two very different definitions of the word.
As sensors and machine learning fuse, they form a critical layer in the synthesis of machine and human intelligence.
The Engagement Pyramid is a framework for building relationships and engagement for mission-driven organizations.
YES! Magazine article on technological unemployment, who ‘owns the robots’ — and “platform cooperatives.
Engagement is what enables organizations to coordinate external contributions of work and intelligence. It’s also the future of the human-machine relationship.
Stanford Social Innovation Review article on mission-driven artificial intelligence aimed at solving societal and ecological challenges.
How the stock market extracts value from corporations and fuels the concentration of wealth.