Strategic advice to leverage new technologies

Technology is at the heart of nearly every enterprise, enabling new business models and strategies, and serving as the catalyst to industry convergence. Leveraging the right technology can improve business outcomes, providing intelligence and insights that help you make more informed and accurate decisions. From finding patterns in data through data science, to curating relevant insights with data analytics, to the predictive abilities and innumerable applications of AI, to solving challenging business problems with ML, NLP, and knowledge graphs, technology has brought decision-making to a more intelligent level. Keep pace with the technology trends, opportunities, applications, and real-world use cases that will move your organization closer to its transformation and business goals.

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Generative AI is already dramatically influencing the commercial use of AI. And its fast, widespread adoption holds far-reaching technological, social, and business implications — including for the democratization of AI.
This Advisor series examines the new technology-enabled innovations that World Cup 2022 embraced. Here in Part II, we examine technologies that transformed the World Cup experience, including access and navigation for disabled spectators, venue enhancements, and advanced live streaming.
In Part III of this Advisor series on VR applications in healthcare and medicine, we examine developments involving digital humans.
In this Advisor, we explore some of the tech innovations transforming World Cup 2022, including: semiautomated offside/goal line technology, a new high-tech ball, and AI/big data applications that are changing the sport. We also briefly examine some of the failures and threats these technologies can introduce.
This Advisor series looks at the use of VR in healthcare and medicine. Here in Part II, we examine developments involving the use of VR for treatment, therapy, and rehabilitation such as to help patients manage diseases and injuries, and reduce patient anxiety before and after surgery.
Johannes Rude Jensen and Omri Ross share their vision of Web3 social media and how it can enable frictionless mobility between online communities on social media platforms. In contrast to legacy social media channels designed for content monetization by platform owners, content creators on Web3 social media maintain ownership and monetization rights, paving the way for commercial incentives and shifting bargaining power to content producers. The authors portray their vision of how Web3 social media users will be empowered to move between platforms of their choice while maintaining their network of followers and without losing their social stature and virtual assets.
This case study is based on an interview with Elliott Waxman about his co-founding of ClimateDAO, an organization that invited private investors to collaborate on decarbonizing efforts. ClimateDAO was born from a crowdsourcing campaign that generated $80,000 worth of cryptocurrency. However, challenges associated with the DAO structure led to complications that soon required a substantial restructuring.
Diego Alvarez, Pietro Cortellini, and Emily Munchak invite readers to look at DAOs through the lens of the music industry. The authors investigated three DAOs: Audius, BitSong, and MODA DAO, which aim to disrupt their market. The study differentiates between DAOs driven primarily by economic incentives from those focused on social incentives and highlights five dimensions that characterize all DAOs: purpose, community, technology, tokens, and governance. The study focuses on DAOs from the music industry, but the authors offer generalized insights for other industries.