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Warehouse managed by Robotics
This warehouse in Andover UK has arrived in the future. It is run by battery operated robots that move along a grid, managed by a traffic control system. These robots pick and pack 65,000 orders per week.
Jobs vs Machines in the Digital age
A while back, we conducted 50,000 surveys of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) adoption and use by small to medium businesses and not for profits. We mapped 19 industry sectors and 480 business categories in depth, and then created workshops to help organisations understand which
How Silicon Valley has become a $3 trillion asset – It all starts from a story!
How did Silicon Valley become a $3 trillion area?
It all starts with a story - and this narrative starts with Mr and Mrs Leland Stanford
Early 19th century was farmland
1885 - Mr and Mrs Leiland Stanford set up Stanford University in memory of their son
The future of work – towards 2030
This article is based on a paper by Lee Rainie in 2017 as part of the Annual Meeting of the Global Future Councils
Alvin Toffler predicted a future in his 1970 bestseller Future Shock that looks much like today’s reality.