Issue 17 | Spring 2019


Don't fear the burning platform

IKE CEO Professor Sa'ad Medhat offers a guide for organisation going through a radical business innovation transition

Innovation made in Cornwall

Acceleration Through Innovation is connecting start-up businesses with university experts to help them take their ideas from concept to reality

IBM’s take on the future of enterprise AI

Artificial intelligence isn’t just about automating simple tasks, it can also help augment workers’ cognitive abilities

Changing lives through tech training

Pluralsight and the Malala Fund have teamed up to support girls’ education in regions where staying in school is challenging

Three jobs for the 2040s

BAE Systems has identified three jobs that will be in high demand in the near future, and the skillsets they will require

Space tech, made in the UK

We visited Orbex' new rocket engineering facility in Scotland to find out what the future holds for the UK's space sector

Technology is no silver bullet

The role of technology in digital transformation is often overplayed by decision makers, leading to poor outcomes, according to research by Telstra

Stop using AI for the sake of it

Leaders from Guso and Oliver Wyman argue that businesses shouldn't jump on the AI bandwagon without a proper implementation strategy

HP takes on 3D printing

How HP plans to take a massive slice of the additive manufacturing market with its new 3D printing technologies

Tackling poverty with ML

Hitachi Vantara vice president Wael Elrifai tells us why machine learning and the IoT have huge potential to solve poverty

The world's first autonomous bus

We take a look at Volvo's autonomous electric bus as it navigates road trials in Singapore

Murphy's innovation strategy

We find out how the company's Innovation Foundation works to foster progress in the construction industry

The history of electric cars

This infographic from Lookers traces the origins of electric vehicles back to the 1830s