Brian Solis came back to answer a few extra questions about the future of business in a post-Covid world. How can innovation boost businesses through this crisis? The business world is being changed and companies must already adapt to the upcoming post-COVID19 world.
Technology keeps on disrupting our lives, work and interactions. Emakina decided to spice up the debate and support the Full Circle event on the future of work in Brussels on Tuesday 19 November at 6.30 PM. Four respected minds from different backgrounds share their take on our utopian/ dystopian future, to launch a debate that no doubt will be animated.
Prospective and perspective … everyone wants to know the future and benefit from insights in what will happen tomorrow. With our world more and more becoming a digital playground, many ask what our business and society life will be like in the years to come. One way to find out of course is to consult […]
On the same topic, read also: Does work have a future? Historically, discussions around automation, i.e. the replacement of man by machine in production lines, and minimum income have been closely linked. Today, more and more technology giants, probably aware of the inexorable impact of their business models on the substitution of employees by robots, […]
The most accurate and avant-garde visions of the future are not exclusive to sci-fi authors; they sometimes come from the minds of people who seem blessed with the power of foresight. Engineers, entrepreneurs, journalists and others have played the futurists’ game: trying to realistically foresee what the world of ‘tomorrow’ will be like.
“Workers of the world…” Will this classic opening of Marxist-inspired political discourses soon be obsolete? Whatever the politics, the facts are there: rampant robotisation and advances in artificial intelligence have already begun to shake up the way we think about work. It won’t be long before this transformation will have progressed so far that the need to fundamentally reinvent our relationship to employment will be inevitable. So what is the future of work? Let’s start by asking ourselves if “work” has a future at all…
Where better than in Paris to discuss the future of luxury? And who’s better placed than Emakina to fuel this discussion? Hackers on The Runway 2014 in Paris takes a deep dive into relationships and growth opportunities between luxury and digital economy. And Emakina is the proud and happy partner of the event on the […]