Disrupted Farming – Japanese company builds first autonomous farm
Food production gets exponentially more efficient iDisrupted Commentary Combine the Internet of Things with efficiencies in food production and we’re on the brink of saving […]
Surgical robots perform better than human surgeons
The accuracy of dexterous robots overtakes human skill – now add AI. . .
Disrupted Economics – AI makes The Big Short look like a child's maths experiment
Is the Future Terminator and a Financial AI program that goes too far? iDisrupted Commentary If you haven’t seen The Big Short, please go and […]
Disrupted Healthcare – 19 Deals and Investments This Week
VC Deals (10 deals, $140M) Theracos Inc., a Marlborough, Mass.-based developer of drugs to treat Type II diabetes, has raised $25 million in new equity […]
Disrupted Transport – why invest in trains?
iDisrupted Commentary by guest writer, Richard Barber Information shared efficiently allows disruption, reduces waste and feedback mechanisms provide the trust to allow the sharing economy to […]
Disrupted Shipping – Amazon now moves into ocean shipping (!)
Watch out Maersk, here comes Fulfilment by Amazon iDisrupted Commentary You wouldn’t think it would be easy to disrupt an infrastructure business like shipping. Amazon just […]
Disrupted Kitchens – the Internet of Things adds intelligence to the humble fridge
Good news for supermarkets? Probably not. . . iDisrupted Commentary IoT – really simple, connect everything to the Internet so you can track it or […]
Disrupted Agriculture – farming and IoT combine to beat food insecurity
Move over legacy farming – IoT is here iDisrupted Commentary by guest contributor Lynne Slowey @lynslow Being born and bred in Lincolnshire I have seen (and smelt) a […]
Disrupted HR – how rewards policy needs to catchup with disruption
Creativity and care are the next big employment opportunities – how should we reward? iDisrupted Commentary – Guest post by Phillippa o’Connor, PwC Since people […]
Disrupted Employment – the Return of the Craftsman
The advent of the digital craftsman – why business needs to return to craftsmanship. Guest article by Alan Moore, author of No Straight Lines There […]
Disruptive Technology – more jobs or less?
Disrupted Employment: Will technology destroy jobs? A start-up business with a product called Lunecase is planning to bring intelligence to an iPhone case. The idea […]
Disrupted jobs market – disruptive technology and jobs
Authors of iDisrupted comment on the potential impact of new technologies on the jobs market Disruptive technology and jobs: Will new technology create more jobs […]