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What will the Future of Transport and Logistics look like? (Transcript from my presentation at the CILTA AGM in Sept. 2014).

What will the future of transport and logistics look like?

This was the theme of a presentation I was asked to participate in at the CILT Australia September 2014 AGM meeting in Melbourne. 1,714 more words

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Weekend reading ep.5

Hello!  Here’s my summary of the week – the best articles I’ve read, and what I’ve been thinking about. Just click here and enter your email address to have this delivered directly into your inbox each week.  687 more words

Customer Experience

EU Moves to Head Off US-Asian Digital Dominance

Trend Summary: The European Union is to back a new alliance of EU industry, aiming to spur innovation into connected devices.

Speaking earlier this week at a tech conference in Brussels, the  49 more words


Being innovative is not limited to innovators.

This is a slight reinvention of an idea proposed in a book I have just finished reading: “Without Their permission” (subtitle: “How the 21st Century will be Made not Managed… 565 more words

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Computers Will Usurp Human Race, Apple Guru Predicts

Trend Summary: Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has expressed concern that artificial intelligence technology might eventually take control of humanity.

In an interview with the Australian Financial Review… 51 more words


ACA Insurance Expansion and Uncompensated Hospital Care Costs

Hospital uncompensated care costs were $7.4 billion less in 2014 than they would have been if insurance coverage had remained at 2013 levels. That’s according to an updated analysis by HHS, based on estimated 2014 growth in insurance coverage due to the Affordable Care Act. 197 more words

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Flying Car Set to Take Off, Destination: Consumer Market

Trend Summary: After decades of sci-fi promise, a Slovakian-based company is set to revolutionise the auto market with a flying car commercially available to the public by 2017. 38 more words