Artificial Intelligence and International Security
There are a number of direct applications of AI relevant for national security purposes, b...显示全部There are a number of direct applications of AI relevant for national security purposes, both in the United States and elsewhere. Kevin Kelly notes that in the private sector the business plans of the next 10,000 startups are easy to forecast: Take X and add AI. 1 There is similarly a broad range of applications for AI in national security. Included below are some examples in cybersecurity, information security, economic and financial tools of statecraft, defense, intelligence, homeland security, diplomacy, and development. This is not intended as a comprehensive list of all possible uses of AI in these fields. Rather, these are merely intended as illustrative examples to help those in the national security community begin to think through some uses of this evolving technology. (The next section covers how broader AI-driven economic and societal changes could affect international security.)显示部分
The Roland Berger Trend Compendium 2030 is a global trend study compiled by Roland Berger ...显示全部The Roland Berger Trend Compendium 2030 is a global trend study compiled by Roland Berger Institute (RBI), the think tank of Roland Berger .
It describes the most important megatrends that will shape the world between now and 2030
The megatrends have a broad impact on the environment of companies, strongly influencing challenges and opportunities of their business显示部分
2020 Technology Predictions: Trends & Innovations Shaping the Global Tech Sector
GP Bullhound today revealed the top ten trends to define the technology landscape over the...显示全部GP Bullhound today revealed the top ten trends to define the technology landscape over the coming year, in its annual Technology Predictions report.
From the verticalisation of artificial intelligence to 5G battles and the rise of corporate social responsibility, for the 13th consecutive year we analyse the now, near and next of the global technology sector, mapping the trends and innovations destined to drive growth for months and years to come.
Per Roman, Managing Partner, and Alec Dafferner, Partner at GP Bullhound, commented: “Our report unveils that data and AI have a hugely significant role to play across the entire technology landscape. We are pleased to see rapid adoption and adherence of CSR as a key trend emerging, and the vital role technology plays in fostering this – supporting our firm belief that technology can be harnessed as a strong force for positive impact on society.”
The research is compiled through analysis of global investment data alongside the expert insights of GP Bullhound’s worldwide team, leading investors, and entrepreneurs.显示部分
3D Printing: A Disruptive Innovation in Its Infancy
3D printing, or more broadly additive manufacturing, is a technologically enabled innovati...显示全部3D printing, or more broadly additive manufacturing, is a technologically enabled innovation that has the potential to disrupt the manufacturing sector. By building objects layer-by-layer instead of using a mold or removing material from a larger block, 3D printing dramatically shortens the time between design and production, shifts power to designers, and creates products with radically new architectures and less waste at a fraction of the cost of traditional manufacturing. Similar to other disruptive innovations, however, 3D printing experienced a period of hype “before its time” and has gone through a period of restructuring. While 2015 was a turbulent year for 3D printing companies and their stocks, the long-term prospects are intact and profound... but not well understood.显示部分
Facing imminent disruption, many large, established firms have embraced innovation as a wa...显示全部Facing imminent disruption, many large, established firms have embraced innovation as a way to develop new growth businesses. To succeed in the face of disruptive change requires established firms to master three distinct disciplines: ideation, to generate potential new business ideas; incubation, to validate these ideas in the market; and scaling, to reallocate the assets and capabilities needed to grow the new business. This article illustrates how two successful firms (Amazon and IBM) have developed approaches that address all three disciplines.显示部分