In case you've missed them... Here are this week's must-reads for those who need inspiration to act on their Day After Tomorrow. Feed your mind with some of our favorite innovation stories. Nono. No need to thank us.
JAMIE CONDLIFFE - MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
The automotive technology revolution might not just transform the cars we sit in—but our very environment, as well.
ADI ROBERTSON - THE VERGE
2017 could well be a productive but low-key year for virtual reality. For the first time since 2013, there’s no more waiting for VR to “arrive.” It’s finally here — just figuring out how to get a foothold.
BRIAN LEE-ARCHER - DIGITALIST MAGAZINE
Digital technology can provide new hope for solving the complex challenges society faces today, but this will require trust in government and a focus on value.
MATTHEW COCHRANE - PANTAGRAPH
The blockchain technology behind bitcoin has a chance to be disruptive across so many different industries and investors might be more willing to get behind that.
KEN BLACKWELL - CNS NEWS
Recent data shows that the US is losing ground when it comes to the protection of IP and patents – consequently, it is falling behind in the innovation race.
RICHARD HOWELLS - DIGITAL MAGAZINE
By extracting actionable insights from sensors and data, businesses can develop new processes, models, and work environments.