Last year was a notable one for scientific achievements: In 2014, European researchers discovered a fundamental new particle that sheds light on the origins of the universe, and the European Space Agency successfully landed the first spacecraft on a comet. Chinese researchers, meanwhile, developed the world’s fastest supercomputer, and uncovered new ways to meet global food demand.
What is the next industry poised for disruption? What technologies are poised to have the greatest impact on the way businesses innovate their products and services?
Elon Musk is the CEO and CTO of SpaceX, CEO and chief product architect of Tesla Motors, and chairman of SolarCity. He is the founder of SpaceX and a cofounder of PayPal, Tesla Motors, and Zip2.
Small business owners lamenting patent trolls and calling on Congress to support the chairman's Innovation Act, which aims to rein in abuse of the patent litigation system.
Why is it that smartphone battery innovation lags so far behind other aspects of mobile technology?
While the world may still be waiting for a mass-produced flying car, there has been a tremendous amount of innovation in the automotive industry since these vehicles were first invented. Looking back over the last five years, a significant amount of technology has been introduced into the ever evolving automobile.
Ford CEO and President Mark Fields discusses the company’s new research and development center in Silicon Valley.
For over a decade, the Professional Services Council (PSC) and Grant Thornton LLP have conducted a biennial Acquisition Policy Survey. The survey captures opinions and insights of federal government acquisition leaders on the current state of the acquisition profession, noteworthy trends, and future challenges and opportunities. The purpose of the survey is to capture perspectives and insights from the acquisition community to inform government leaders and industry executives on the state of federal acquisition.
Upgrading to higher-speed broadband lets consumers use the Internet in new ways, increases the productivity of American individuals and businesses, and drives innovation throughout the digital ecosystem. As this report describes, while the private sector has made investments to dramatically expand broadband access in the U.S., challenges still remain.
At the pace we're going, Wadhwa says that by 2030 we could be living in an age of unlimited energy, unlimited food, 3D-printed meat, major advances in healthcare, and clean electric cars. At the same time, Wadhwa still holds a number of apprehensions and fears with regard to "the dark side" of technology.