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 Disruption – Luddites and the Law
How a combination of Luddite thinking and legacy legislation are trying to stop the tide of disruption – and won’t iDisrupted Commentary We comment on […]
Disrupted Education: Virtual Reality and Personalised Learning
Education augmented by virtual reality. . . then add artificial intelligence and replace teachers. . . iDisrupted Commentary Guest post from Laura Cox Albert Einstein […]
Disrupted Terminators – Hawking, Musk call for a ban on autonomous weapons
Automatic Weapons Systems should be banned? – no chance iDisrupted Commentary The thing about disruption in this decade is the contiguous convergence – lots of […]
Disrupted Banking – now Facebook has a (serious) go at banks
New peer to peer money transfer for 1 billion people iDisrupted Commentary Facebook has made two important announcements in the past two weeks – firstly […]
Disrupted Disruption – how Ford plans to eat its own lunch
How a massive corporate bites the disruption bullet before the bullet bites it iDisrupted Commentary Corporates are heading for a lot of disruption – from […]
Disrupted Health – the Internet of DNA
The Internet of DNA profiles will positively disrupt health – if legislation keeps up
Disrupted Banking – the advent of the zombie banks?
Disruptive technology, antique banking regulations and poor customer loyalty means traditional banking is going one way
Disrupted Talent – Too big to innovate?
How to leverage start-up collaboration to deliver innovation Across industry growth is dominated by small agile businesses delivering innovative often technology based new products and […]
Disrupted Energy – wave power working?
New technology makes wave power a reality (finally) iDisrupted Commentary Australia makes wave power work through CETO technology from Carnegie Wave Energy. Combine with battery […]
Disrupted Insurance – existing business model has no future?
Disruptive technology and insurance industry: existing business model has no future says co–author of iDisrupted Technology is set to disrupt the insurance business so much […]
Will technology do away with the need for banks?
The name was invented in Venice. Banco referred to the bench from which Jewish money lenders worked in medieval Venice, but the question is: will […]
Microsoft introduces real time translator for Skype
Who needs to learn a foreign language? The great thing about Skype is that you can speak to people around the world. The other great […]
Disrupted Hotels – What to do about AirBnB
The sharing economy seems to be going from strength to strength. The poster child of sharing, Airbnb recently had a valuation of $10 billion and […]
Disrupted Humans – The Chainsaw Theorem from the book iDisrupted
The Chainsaw Theorem The sharing economy will change the world. The Chainsaw theorem illustrates why. Sharing is not new. It is as old as humanity, […]
Disrupted Cars – Mckinsey report misses out on 3D printed cars
From a recent Mckinsey report – it’s a pity that it missed out the massive disruption in the automotive industry that’s going to be caused […]
How Artificial Intelligence is making its presence felt
A few months ago I made the trek to the sylvan campus of the IBM research labs in Yorktown Heights, New York, to catch an […]
Disrupted Power – dismantling a $1 trillion industry
Dismantling the Power Industry Business Model Throughout the history of the power industry, the answer to all of our problems has been to “get bigger.” […]
Disrupted Privacy – AI based security changes our privacy
Adds to the FBI facial recognition system (http://www.disruptionuk.wpengine.com/news/disrupted-privacy-fbi-get-face-recognition/) and compromises personal privacy – imagine being tracked permanently using AI and face recognition – here’s a […]