Several recent news articles illustrate why my predictions for autonomous vehicles have been correct so far and will continue to be accurate — namely, that “the future of self-driving vehicles will be to use semi-autonomous vehicle technology to lower and/or eliminate accidents, not to eliminate the driver on public roads.”
I was recently asked some interesting questions for one of my informal coffee session in Singapore. The questions went like this:
How do you describe a small business? If you have one, then you probably know about the challenges a small business faces, most of which are never a problem for big enterprises.
Today, a key question for executives and corporate innovation teams is:
The term, the digital twin, is starting to pop up more and more often, but too many people are still un familiar of what it is and the impact it will have in the coming years.
If you know about your industry, perform your job well, and show “potential” there’s a good chance your organization will consider you for a promotion to a management role.
When looked on from the outside, the world of entrepreneurship seems like a strange land, filled with venture capitalists, angel investors and out-of-this-world thinking.