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Month: July 2019

Parking lots: an urban endangered species

We all know them: those custodians of the pavement, often donned in reflective uniforms and armed with their weapon of ticketry. Everywhere you go in the world, parking inspectors tend to provoke the same irritations and avoidance responses. This kerbside dynamic is pretty universal. Yet it’s becoming increasingly dated too. What will we do with all those car parks and kerbs, as automated vehicles (AVs) and shared vehicles increasingly dominate the road?

EQ is the 21st century superpower

From Cleopatra to New Zealand’s Jacinda Ardern, leadership styles have changed dramatically through the centuries. Ankle deep in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, today’s leaders face a constant need for reinvention to navigate the trove of managerial trends in the corporate world. Automation is outstripping manufacturing jobs faster than you can say ‘Tesla’, machine learning is reorganising traditional processes, and workforces are being unbundled and reassigned. But what if AI fundamentally changed the role of a leader?

Just imagine

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