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  • The Seeing AI Glasses of Microsoft

    Saqib Shaikh lives is blind, lives in London, and is a core Microsoft developer. He lost the use of his eyes at age 7. Saqib found inspiration in software development and is helping build Seeing AI, a research project helping blind or visually impaired people to better understand who and what is ...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Technology, ai, Apps, Artificial Intelligence, Microsoft, mobile, smart glasses, smartphones

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  • A Dummies Guide for Innovation

    Pierre d’Huy and Jérôme Lafon, both innovation teachers and consultants, share all the secrets of Innovation Management in their encyclopedic and brilliant book, A Dummies Guide for Innovation. All aspects of innovation are described in a simple and thrilling way, from innovati...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Book Review, Build Capability, Feature Of The Week, Open Innovation, People & Skills, Processes & Tools, ai, Big Data, internet, Intrapreneur, IoT, Jérôme Lafon, L’innovation pour les nuls, Management, Philosophy, Pierre d’Huy

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  • “Faux Innovation” and Other Discontents

    Over the course of this year, I’ve had the good fortune of working with three Global 50 companies – two U.S. based and one European.  I’ll simply refer to them as Company A, B and C.  Despite being in different industries (high-tech, financial services and industrial),...


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  • Lessons from the Earth: Finding balance between humanity and our robot overlords

    Wearing one of my many hats, I attend and speak at a lot of API (application programming interface) conferences. This aspect of the tech industry has a wonderful community — perhaps because it is just the tech that’s bringing people, services and especially other tech together. But th...

    Tags: How to be happy at work, Work Life Balance Tips, ai, APIdays, artificial intelligence, chatbots, how to find a job you love, industrial age, job risk, karel capek, machine learning, Mike Amundsen, mother nature, robot overlords, robots, second machine age, stephen hawking, work-life balance

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  • Innovation Through Crowdsourcing and AI

    It takes a cross-sectional skill set to successfully implement good AI, and in order to do so, companies need to both understand their consumers’ motivations and capitalize on them using the right tools. Original: http://innovationexcellence.com/blog/2017/04/24/innovation-through-crowdso...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Build Capability, Customers, Disruption, Processes & Tools, Product Innovation, Technology, ai, Artifical Intelligence, Crowdsourcing, data, market research

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  • Solving Business Problems with Artificial Intelligence

    Artificial intelligence (AI) is everywhere, promising self-driving cars, medical breakthroughs, and new ways of working. But how do you separate hype from reality? How can your company apply AI to solve real business problems? Here’s what AI learnings your business should keep in mind for 2...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Design, Disruption, Jobs, Presentations, R&D, Technology, Trends, ai, Artificial Intelligence, future, machine learning, problem solving, Robots

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  • Innovation and Creativity: The lasting competitive advantage

    Will we prepare our children to compete in a world where creativity and divergent thinking become more important than rote memorization? Can we rethink our business structures and processes to embrace more divergence and creativity? Original: http://innovationexcellence.com/blog/2017/06/22/inn...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Book Review, Creativity, Growth, ai, Artificial Intelligence, automation, Daniel Pink, intellectual property, ip

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  • Innovation vs. Ethics: The road to hell is paved with good intentions

      Mary Shelley’s 1818 depiction of Victor Frankenstein and his abomination has become synonymous with the creation of monsters since, both literally and figuratively. Innovations often take on lives of their own, independent of their innovators’ wishes and intentions, and though ...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, ai, Artificial Intelligence, Ethics, healthcare, IoT

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  • Using AI To Support Recombination

      Patented innovations line shelves as shown in the patent library above, and over the years I’ve written a number of times about the increasingly recombinative nature of innovation.  This posits that new innovations are often a combination of existing innovations rather than trul...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Creativity, R&D, Research, ai, deep learning, recombination

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  • Preparing for an AI Driven World

    Even if dystopian visions of robots taking our jobs are overblown, Josh Sutton, Global Head, Data & Artificial Intelligence at Publicis.Sapient sees significant disruption ahead. AI will transform every industry and not every organization will be able to make the shift. The time to prepare is...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Build Capability, Digital, Disruption, Innovation, Jobs, People & Skills, Trends, ai, Artificial Intelligence

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