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I write about innovation and technology in the business world. This typically covers areas such as collaboration, open innovation, AI, big data and management. The author of The 8 Steps to a Social Workplace, I also write for Forbes, the Huffington Post, LSE Business Review, DZone and the BBC.
 
The Open Science Prize is an initiative from the US National Institutes of Health (NIH), Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) and the Wellcome Trust that is designed...
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Recently I touched on the launch of the new health watch released by Google's life science division Verily. The device, known as the Study Watch, is designed fot the...
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Achieving healthy behavior change is an ongoing challenge for the medical profession.  I wrote recently about an interesting study looking at the role weight can play,...
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Securing change in the public sector is notoriously difficult, as well meaning projects and individuals get consumed in Kafka like confusion and subterfuge.  A recent...
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As the UK announced a snap election this summer, the inevitable analysis of the party leaders commenced.  One of the common accusations labeled at Labour's Jeremy...
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I wrote recently about an interesting application of virtual reality to help patients rehabilitate after an injury.  Immersive Rehab aim to help these people by...
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Earlier this year I covered a new report from the Urban Transport Group on the powerful potential of open data to transform the way we move about our cities. “Emerging...
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Big data has received no shortage of hype in the past few years, but successful implementations are relatively thin on the ground.  This post will aim to provide you...
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As MOOCs have grown in popularity, so too have attempts to improve them, whether that's in terms of the demographics of the student body, the acceptance of...
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Back in 2015 I looked at an innovative new bandage from researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, which used electrical currents to detect tissue damage...
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When you’re looking to innovate, it’s useful to have a good understanding of the businesses and technologies that are emerging both in your industry and in related...
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Early mobile health apps were quite passive affairs in that they provided a range of monitoring services, but didn't provide a great deal of advice on how to deal with...
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The growing value of data in healthcare is a topic I’ve touched on increasingly in the past few months.  A good example of the possibilities comes via a recent...
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Whilst we often believe automated systems to be purely rational entities, we've known for sometime that there are profound risks that such systems could hard-wire in...
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Talent is crucial not only to the fortunes of a nation, but to the capabilities of individual organizations, so it is perhaps no surprise that companies have been...
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