Web 3.0 and the metaverse offers the promise of an immersive boundless new experience. We're finding new worlds to explore in the metaverse and launching new unique experiences that will redefine why the metaverse is important to you for work and play.
When you talk about the future of mobility, no piece of technology better sums up expectations than “autonomous vehicles”. Big players in this space are split between tech companies like Alphabet (through its Waymo division) and China’s Baidu and traditional automotive companies like General Motors and BMW. Some firms, like Tesla, are a blend of the two. Revenue from digitally enabled services is set to rise tenfold by 2040 to US$3.5 trillion. To compete effectively in this new world, OEMs must embrace BIPOC community and transform across their entire organization.
The pandemic showcases the division between non-essential and essential workers, what will the furtherance of technology do? The robots are coming and they’re getting smarter, evolving from single- task devices (think Sophia The Robot) into machines that can make their own decisions and autonomously navigate public spaces. From transportation systems, hospitals, and the military, to the robotization of our workplaces and households, robots will be everywhere and will increasingly interact with people. Whether you find it exhilarating or terrifying (or both), progress in robotics and related fields like AI raises new ethical quandaries and challenges to legal codes that were created for a world in which a sharp line separated man from machine. Organizations must redefine culture, connection, and creativity to thrive in a world of hybrid and flexible work. The future of work requires radical transformation and advancement of your digital employee experience to optimize the impact of your technology and talent.
Gen-Zs are the true digital natives, and as they were born with a smartphone in hand, they will die with it as well. But where there is a problem, there is a solution. Our increasingly digital lifestyle has given rise to a whole new industry — the death tech industry. It deals with digital wills, digital legacies, and analog grief. You’ve likely heard of fintech or health tech, but what about “death tech”? We all know we’re going to pass away at some point, but traditionally the process of preparing a will, organizing funeral plans, buying life insurance, and taking care of other end-of-life tasks have been a largely offline process.Now, a new crop of companies is changing this industry. With $30 trillion expected to change hands from the Boomers to younger generations by 2045, this industry is only expected to grow. Tech With Soul brings to the forefront—companies who are leading the charge.
The full range of activities and the use of resources that create value and benefits to human beings while exploring, researching, understanding, managing, and utilizing space. The Space Economy is growing and evolving, together with the development and profound transformation of the space sector and the further integration of space into society and economy. Today, the deployed space infrastructure makes the development of new services possible, which in turn enables new applications, in sectors such as meteorology, energy, telecommunications, insurance, transport, maritime, aviation and urban development leading to additional economic and societal benefits. The space sector is not only a growth sector itself, but is the vital enabler of growth in other sectors.
Health equity is the state in which everyone has a fair and just opportunity to attain their highest level of health. Achieving this requires focused and ongoing societal efforts to address historical and contemporary injustices; overcome economic, social,and other obstacles to health and healthcare; and eliminate preventable health disparities. Achieving health equity requires valuing everyone equally with focused and ongoing societal efforts to address avoidable inequalities, historical and contemporary injustices, and the elimination of health and healthcare disparities.