Futurist Mike Walsh Urges Creative Thinking For The ‘Algorithmic Age'

Posted by Tomorrow Team

May 1, 2020 1:42:00 AM

Kiosk

 

Are you prepared for the Age of Machine Intelligence? That's a time when machines anticipate consumers' choices before they are made. That age is nearer than many people realize, according to author/futurist Mike Walsh, who said business leaders need to understand how the new reality impacts the decisions they make.

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Must Have Exec Ed: Matching Business Models With Business Algorithms

Posted by Tomorrow Team

Mar 9, 2020 8:30:00 AM

Forbes

 

There’s a gap in our understanding of the relationship between digital business models – which are pervasive – and the quasi- and fully-automated algorithmic-based solutions available to business problem-solvers. The challenge was recently described in a recent Harvard Business Review article by Mike Walsh with the timely title, “Why Business Leaders Need to Understand Their Algorithms.”

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The Key Trends For 2020 And Beyond

Posted by Tomorrow Team

Jan 14, 2020 12:57:00 AM

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Futurist Mike Walsh is an extremely busy man. The veteran futurist of 13-years and founder of Tomorrow, a research and consulting firm, is constantly on the move, travelling almost 300 days in a year. The Peak managed to catch up with Walsh despite his busy schedule on the sidelines of the Maxis Business Sparx Summit 2019 at Menara Maxis. We asked him what were the notable trends in technology that are currently shaping the world of business today.

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‘The Algorithm Made Me Do It’: Artificial Intelligence Ethics Is Still On Shaky Ground

Posted by Tomorrow Team

Dec 22, 2019 8:44:00 AM

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The 2010s as seen by futurologists

Posted by Tomorrow Team

Nov 27, 2019 7:35:00 AM

Guardian

 

The 2010s has been an eventful decade for influencers, craft brewers and vape shop owners – and a disappointing one for retail assistants, journalists and black cab-drivers. At the beginning of the decade, everyone hated the bankers and exalted the tech barons; as it draws to its close, everyone hates the tech barons and ignores the bankers. But amid all the uncertainty, one ancient profession has flourished: the fortune-teller.

 

Naturally, modern fortune-tellers don’t call themselves fortune-tellers – they prefer “trend forecaster” or “futurologist” or – sorry – “lifestyle detective”. They usually do without the animal entrails and star charts, preferring to read the runes from makeup trends in Seoul, tech start-ups in Palo Alto and genetic experiments in Shenzhen. And they have made themselves as indispensable to 21st-century product designers and brand managers as astrologers once were to generals and kings.

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CATEGORY: United Kingdom

Artificial Intelligence, Algorithms, Big Data & The Future of Banking

Posted by Tomorrow Team

Oct 31, 2019 6:33:00 AM

The Financial Brand

 

Futurist Mike Walsh has good news and bad news for financial services executives leading and working in the Algorithmic Age. Jobs won't go away, but they will change radically and sometimes the smartest move will be to kill your own job and reimagine the process and your place in it. He discusses his 10 principles for survival in the new digital ecosystem in an exclusive Banking Transformed podcast interview.

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CATEGORY: United States

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