EXPLORING AND BUILDING TOMORROW'S ORGANIZATIONS
Jacques Knight’s lessons learned and future questions, after two years of analysis on the key energy sector.
Three axes of questioning concerning the future of fiction: will it be heroic, will it be strange, will it be carried by new vectors?
Energy and defense will suffer from a systemic cohesion deficit in the face of a system that has become delusional
Defense and energy are sectors forced into overconformity by a system that is delirious but sufficiently cohesive to impose its delirium on all. A polemical text.
The technology agenda in the energy sector is increasingly set by non-industrial players. Decarbonization is high on the list. Does this mean that the future of energy is all mapped out?
There are three characteristics of AI which need to be taken into account by HMI designers: learnability, intentionality, and augmentation.
Warehouse applications of AI-enabled HMIs have reached a high level of maturity with a focus on safety and optimization by training.
AI-enabled automotive HMI technologies are maturing fast, with varying degrees of human interaction and a high impact on brand competitiveness.
AI-enabled HMI design is an active academic field with implications for future consumer and industrial trends.
The content of the grand catalog of all components, parts, and sub-systems that can be used to build a product has followed a parallel path of growth and acceleration to that of knowledge.
The growing research on new concepts in functional materials with Defense applications can be mapped and ranked.
There are three situations in which Defense R&I needs to map and rank new functional materials.
Overcoming the challenges of new Ultra High Performance Concrete applications requires ultimately a new design philosophy.
Ultra-High Performance Concretes can have a strong impact on the durability and sustainability of structures, with a still evolving range of applications.