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Microsoft's new peak: $1Tn
Posted: 25 April 2019

Sometimes our MindBullets scenarios are predictive of future reality!


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MindBullet logo MICROSOFT SURGES TO NEW PEAK
Apple in decline as consumers, and businesses, vote with their wallets
Dateline: 7 November 2016
The votes are in, and there's a new winner in the global race to be the biggest and best tech company. And the winner is Microsoft! Just four years ago, Apple was king of the heap, selling millions of (Chinese made) devices a month, and being rated as the world's most valuable company, and tech brand. Now it's Microsoft's turn to shine, as Apple stumbles. Surprisingly, tech upstarts who ...
We'll settle for air taxis
Posted: 12 March 2019

As much as we wanted flying cars, they were never going to take off. Why? Well, because a vehicle that's robust enough for modern motoring doesn't make a very good plane, and a high-tech lightweight, passenger quadcopter could never cut it as a car, let alone fit in a single garage. But air taxis will soon be a reality, despite the issues that need to be sorted out; I'm sure they will be. So ...

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Flying Cars Are Closer to Reality Than You Think - Medium
12 March 2019
The future — our present — is not what we were promised.
MindBullet logo THE FUTURE SURE AIN'T WHAT IT USED TO BE
The future will always surprise us
Dateline: 11 August 2026
Back in the 1950s, seventy years ago, people made all sorts of predictions about what the future would be like. We'd have flying cars and robot maids, it ...
CEO beats PHD
Posted: 28 December 2018

Indian education system had been plagued by too much theoretical stuff that had little relevance in practical life. Kudos to IITs for this superb initiative of encouraging Scholars to start a start up instead of submitting thesis.

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MindBullet logo CEO BEATS PHD FOR BETTER GDP
Startups as dissertations are remaking economies
Dateline: 28 March 2025
What students need and what society needs, is not a PhD thesis in the form of 200-400 pages of new analysis, but rather the results of an applied trial in the real business world. It's a no-brainer, right? You'd think so, but it took hundreds of student protests around the globe and a US$ 3.5 trillion defaulted student loans crisis in the US; but now the world can finally see that startups ...

CEO BEATS PHD FOR BETTER GDP

Published on: 27 December 2018 1 Comment

Startups as dissertations are remaking economies

Dateline: 28 March 2025

What students need and what society needs, is not a PhD thesis in the form of 200-400 pages of new analysis, but rather the results of an applied trial in the real business world. It's a no-brainer, right? You'd think so, but it took hundreds of student protests around the globe and a US$ 3.5 trillion defaulted student loans crisis in the US; but now the world can finally see that startups should be the new dissertations. In 2018, the Indian Institute of Technology announced that they would ...

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2019 Predictions About Artificial Intelligence That Will Make Your Head Spin - Forbes
Posted: 7 December 2018

"While the hip, ubiquitous business buzzwords are cryptocurrency and blockchain, the truly formidable factor of what is being called the fourth industrial revolution is Artificial Intelligence. Whether praised as a panacea for greater business efficiency or feared as the demise of humanity, Artificial Intelligence is upon us and will impact business and society at large in ways that we can ...

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MindBullet logo INTELLIGENT MACHINES CREATE THE NEW HEGEMONY
China and America reap the AI dividend
Dateline: 3 December 2030
In the last 15 years, we have witnessed the stunning rise of an exponential technology - machine learning and artificial intelligence. Like Moore's Law on steroids, smart machines and computer systems have created entirely new global industries, turbo-boosted productivity, and destroyed old, industrial age business sectors. The Economist, now a purely digital research and analysis house, ...
Skills for the future
Posted: 31 October 2018

In validation of our MindBullet published recently, Inc. says that in the future it's not tech skills that people will need, but more human or social skills.

The best way to prepare for the future is to develop the ability to learn and adapt. ...

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These Are the Skills That Your Kids Will Need for the Future (Hint: It's Not Coding)
31 October 2018
The jobs of the future will involve humans collaborating with other humans to design work for machines, and value will shift from cognitive to social ...
MindBullet logo IT'S NOT ROCKET SCIENCE
Your children will need more than just technical skills
Dateline: 26 June 2027
We've reached the age of skilled machines, a new age of enlightenment, where automated systems are often smarter than most people. Not because they are ...
AI hegemony
Posted: 5 October 2018

Earlier this year Ian Hogarth published a long essay about AI Nationalism, which examines in detail how machine learning and artificial intelligence are becoming key strategic resources for countries, especially China and America. A fascinating analysis which you can read in full here:

https://www.ianhogarth.com/blog/2018/6/13/ai-nationalism ...

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MindBullet logo INTELLIGENT MACHINES CREATE THE NEW HEGEMONY
China and America reap the AI dividend
Dateline: 3 December 2030
In the last 15 years, we have witnessed the stunning rise of an exponential technology - machine learning and artificial intelligence. Like Moore's Law on steroids, smart machines and computer systems have created entirely new global industries, turbo-boosted productivity, and destroyed old, industrial age business sectors. The Economist, now a purely digital research and analysis house, ...

UN REJECTS MARKET MECHANISM

Published on: 27 September 2018

Favours increasing state intervention to realize development goals

Dateline: 15 March 2020

"Existing economic theories are incapable of meeting the needs of the future, and we need an economic transition, away from neoclassical economics and market capitalism," said the latest Sustainable Development report. In other words, capitalism and free markets are not good enough to guarantee prosperity for the people of the world. According to the UN. This position is bound to stir up heated debate from all quarters. No one can argue with the fact that democratic market economies and global trade ...

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USA top of the flops, for now
Posted: 25 September 2018


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MindBullet logo CHINA IS TOP OF THE FLOPS
Supercomputer breaks the exaflop barrier
Dateline: 27 January 2019
China's Tianhe-9B has trumped America's Oak Ridge Labs in the race to exascale computing, with a full 1,000 petaflop record. Despite all their tweaking, Zeus, the Oak Ridge supercomputer, was able to clock only 887 petaflops. But this is already a quantum leap beyond the 33 petaflop benchmark of Trinity, which held the trophy as world's fastest computer just five years ago. This type of ...
Automating the future
Posted: 24 September 2018


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MindBullet logo THE ROBOTS AREN'T COMING, THEY'RE ALREADY HERE!
Millions of jobs have gone to the machines – and now at the top end too!
Dateline: 26 September 2020
It was way back in 2012 that we predicted that by 2022, your boss would be a machine. We were wrong. It's happened this year, 2020, a full two years earlier. And it's not some semi-smart robot taking over a drudge job on the factory line. That's old news. Instead, BeyondBlue, the world's latest neural supercomputer, has been made CEO of a major corporation! And it's the corporation that ...
Memory like a human for AI hegemony
Posted: 21 September 2018


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MindBullet logo INTELLIGENT MACHINES CREATE THE NEW HEGEMONY
China and America reap the AI dividend
Dateline: 3 December 2030
In the last 15 years, we have witnessed the stunning rise of an exponential technology - machine learning and artificial intelligence. Like Moore's Law on steroids, smart machines and computer systems have created entirely new global industries, turbo-boosted productivity, and destroyed old, industrial age business sectors. The Economist, now a purely digital research and analysis house, ...

INTELLIGENT MACHINES CREATE THE NEW HEGEMONY

Published on: 20 September 2018 3 Comments

China and America reap the AI dividend

Dateline: 3 December 2030

In the last 15 years, we have witnessed the stunning rise of an exponential technology - machine learning and artificial intelligence. Like Moore's Law on steroids, smart machines and computer systems have created entirely new global industries, turbo-boosted productivity, and destroyed old, industrial age business sectors. The Economist, now a purely digital research and analysis house, estimates the 'new value' created by this phenomenon at over US$ 19 trillion globally. But a full 70% of this ...

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AI for call centres
Posted: 7 September 2018


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MindBullet logo THE ROBOTS AREN'T COMING, THEY'RE ALREADY HERE!
Millions of jobs have gone to the machines – and now at the top end too!
Dateline: 26 September 2020
It was way back in 2012 that we predicted that by 2022, your boss would be a machine. We were wrong. It's happened this year, 2020, a full two years earlier. And it's not some semi-smart robot taking over a drudge job on the factory line. That's old news. Instead, BeyondBlue, the world's latest neural supercomputer, has been made CEO of a major corporation! And it's the corporation that ...

IT'S NOT ROCKET SCIENCE

Published on: 16 August 2018 1 Comment

Your children will need more than just technical skills

Dateline: 26 June 2027

We've reached the age of skilled machines, a new age of enlightenment, where automated systems are often smarter than most people. Not because they are more inventive, but because they can think faster, and sift through masses of data, coming to conclusions more rapidly than humans. How do you prepare your children to live and thrive in this technologically dominated environment? Not by teaching them math and coding - those are just basic life skills! No, to rise above the average, kids today need ...

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CHINA STEPS INTO THE BREACH

Published on: 2 August 2018

Together with India, they make a formidable pair

Dateline: 8 August 2020

The vacuum left by America's leadership crisis has been filled, but not by Europe. Power has shifted to the east, and now China is stepping up to the plate in a big way. In a world where western free market ideology has become tarnished and mean, China's economic imperialism is eagerly welcomed. Make no mistake, Russia still has command of massive resources, but its technology seems rooted in the industrial age; an economic minnow, left stranded by the tsunami of digital tech sweeping the ...

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RoR - return on reputation a new leadership metric.
Posted: 10 June 2018

If organisations were to be measured on the reputation of their leadership how would markets value them? Who would survive? And if political leaders were dependant on day to day reputations for honesty, integrity, empathy etc...all dimensions of reputation, how would they fare? Would you still retain your bankers? Would you by the same medicines or vote for the same people?

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Say Goodbye To The Information Age: It’s All About Reputation Now
10 June 2018
In a world of fake news, the only antidote is our ability to judge the reputation of the people supplying us with information.
MindBullet logo WE'RE ALL NAKED NOW
Business and government leaders adopt Naked Leadership as the benchmark for transparency and trust
Dateline: 9 September 2017
Five years ago Naked Leadership was an alien concept, but now leaders in all walks of life are preaching the benefits of a leadership paradigm that ...
Virtual, fast, friendly and efficient Government a reality...maybe soon!
Posted: 24 November 2017

Automated AI enabled driving tests, vehicle registrations and more to come in our new world. Finally we might have the answer to friendly, efficient, fast Gov services...without humans!

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China's new AI police station won't have humans
24 November 2017
It'll be like a worker-less DMV that's open 24/7.
MindBullet logo AI FOR PRESIDENT
The next Commander in Chief is an avatar
Dateline: 3 November 2020
When a Presidential decision can affect millions of people's lives, it's a weighty matter; one that must balance ethics, integrity and pragmatism with what ...

IT'S NOT JUST BUSINESS, IT'S PERSONAL

Published on: 23 November 2017

Business that isn't personal doesn't survive the future

Dateline: 24 November 2020

There's a strange problem with stock exchange investing - the primary, and often only, motive is to make money. But we all know that the best businesses, those that flourish, survive the bad times, and outperform the rest in the good times, are businesses that have a real sense of purpose; that resonate with their customers and community. When Steve Jobs started Apple, it wasn't to seek corporate profits and become a billionaire. No, he wanted to change the world. The profits and riches were a ...

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SHORT TERM IS THE NEW LONG

Published on: 26 October 2017

Long term strategy requires short term agility

Dateline: 27 October 2020

It sounds like a contradiction in terms, but short is the new long, and long is the new short. Effective executives need to have a long-term perspective, to really think about the future opportunities, as well as the challenges, that exponential change brings to the surface. But execs equally need to be able to take decisive, short term action, in order to make those long term plans a reality. Once you understand the future, and you've designed your future, you need to create it, and that means ...

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Digital shoe production
Posted: 24 October 2017

"Shoemaker Adidas just rolled out the first of six local-market running shoes made in its so-called "Speedfactory" in Germany.
The running shoe is designed for Londoners, and will be followed by five additional models created for markets like Paris, Los Angeles, and New York.
It's an early step in a bold experiment by a global retailer to use time-saving robots to design small-batch ...

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Adidas is using robots to produce small-batch, local-market shoes
24 October 2017
It usually takes 18 months to bring a shoe to market. Global shoe brands want to bring that down to a few days.
MindBullet logo THE ROBOTS AREN'T COMING, THEY'RE ALREADY HERE!
Millions of jobs have gone to the machines – and now at the top end too!
Dateline: 26 September 2020
It was way back in 2012 that we predicted that by 2022, your boss would be a machine. We were wrong. It's happened this year, 2020, a full two years ...

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