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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.

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Last year I wrote about a fascinating AI technology that can accurately detect skin cancer.  To prove its mettle, the AI was pitted against 21 certified dermatologists,...
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Innovation is something that most workplaces aim to encourage, but does the caffeine that's an ever present in most offices help or hinder?  A study from a few years...
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If you ask most professionals to name their biggest fear, public speaking tends to come consistently high.  The fear stems from concerns that we will mess up in front...
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It seems like employees are busier than ever before, indeed, a paper published last year argued that business was almost a form of status.  A humblebrag that we're so...
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Francis Galton's famous competition to guess the weight of an ox in 1907 provided the inspiration for many subsequent works into the 'wisdom of crowds' that the...
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A few years ago I covered some research that explored the productivity benefits provided by flexible working.  Over a nine month period they found that flexible...
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The last few years have seen AI technologies become increasingly adroit at finding needles in the hay of health data.  The latest example comes via a paper, published...
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The question of whether creativity and innovation is ingrained or learned is one of the more enduring topics of debate in leadership circles.  The latest addition to...
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Most cities around the world do their upmost to attract startups to them.  They strive to have world class universities, access to ample funding and a sound regulatory...
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AI has already proved to be pretty adroit at spotting early signs of disease in medical data.  The latest project, from researchers at Georgia Tech, shows the potential...
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Last year I wrote about an interesting study exploring how doctors perceive the electronic medical records that are making their way into hospitals around the world. The...
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The issue of fun at work is one of those peculiar topics.  You’d imagine that if people are enjoying what they do, then they’ll be more engaged and productive at...
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Despite appearing to be quite low-tech, I've written a number of times about how technologies such as artificial intelligence and big data are improving agriculture. For...
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Recently I looked at a fascinating study that explored whether AI could do a better job of recruiting directors than the CEO themselves.  The researchers identified a...
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As the number of startups, patents and academic papers mushrooms, it can be challenging to keep on top of the innovation happening around the world.  The European...
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