How can 5G and iot create a successful business
Senior Vice President and Head of Business Area Technology and New Business, Ericsson The Internet of Things (IoT) can help companies maximize business value. Sensors, software and other technologies in physical assets can connect to and exchange data with other devices and systems over the Internet.
How can companies prepare for the arrival of AI
AI will boost the global economy by $15.7 trillion. Only 4% of managers plan to deploy AI on a large scale in 2020. As the saying goes, you can't run until you walk. As it turns out, the same principle applies to the deployment of the technology known as artificial Intelligence.
Accidentally went viral on Douyin and realized that we had failed the younger generation
I picked up my phone, turned on Douyin, and recorded a 15-second video asking people why they were waiting in line. My headline: "Don't wait in line for the plane!" Then post my complaints on social media.
Homegrown meat-alternative companies like Beyond Meat are springing up to offer meat-free dumplings
Interest in China's meat substitution industry has surged in recent months, with start-ups, traditional food companies and investors betting that Chinese consumers will follow their U.S. counterparts in embracing plant-based proteins.
The trade war between China and the United States has economists worried
Risks to global growth are growing even as major central banks are expected to cut interest rates or ease policy further, according to a Reuters poll of more than 500 economists still concerned about the trade war between China and the United States.
Globalization is changing. How can your business adapt?
The change of globalization: break old norms, establish new connections. The new face of globalization When McDonald's opened its first branch in Moscow's Pushkin Square in 1990, I was one of many people standing in line. Before that, KFC opened its first store in Tian 'anmen Square. These companies quickly became the poster children for globalization. Many companies followed suit, making acquisitions, attracting new customers and rapidly opening factories around the world. The International Monetary Fund estimates that foreign direct investment surged by an average of 50 per cent in the 1990s.
Six ways for least developed countries to participate in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
An engineer holds a drone near Kigali, Rwanda. The fourth industrial revolution is affecting all of us. Drones, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, 3D printing, robotics and blockchain are all transforming the world as we know it. Some people believe that the fourth industrial revolution will lead to machines and robots replacing humans, resulting in massive unemployment. Others believe that the fourth Industrial Revolution will bring huge potential for LDCS to achieve leapfrog development.