We need power for our digital lives. Did Tesla just announce tech that could make widespread adoption of photovoltaics feasible? It rather looks like it did…
After the Autopilot system in Teslas has been blamed for deaths, the software provider is fighting back against accusations made against it.
As Tesla's Autopilot comes under scrutiny, are we finding a dangerous middle grounding autonomous car tech?
Two months ago, a Tesla Model S driver died when the car's Autopilot failed to notice a truck. And people are freaking out.
Elon Musk thinks we need to merge with computers. Are we culturally ready for that?
The man who created Apple's new programming language is jumping ship for a car company. And he's not alone. What's going on here?
What will 2017 hold for the tech industry? Here are our guesses…
2016 has been quite a year. While we like to look at what's coming NEXT, sometimes it's appropriate to take a look back at the year that's finishing…
Morocco is proving the potential, of solar power - and it aims to become a net exporter of power in the medium term.
What will life be like in 2030? One Danish MP has a challenging set of predictions for us.
Tech isn't interesting - what it can do for us is. And Elon Musk is telling that solar story really well right now.
Uber has unexpectedly leap-frogged Google by putting its autonomous cars onto the streets.
These days, everybody and their uncle wants to be a platform. The Four Horsemen of Tech — Google, Apple, Facebook, and Amazon, or in short: GAFA — might still be dominant, but others are rising.
At NEXT16, we’ll be putting the human being at the centre. Consumer first. User first. Human first. We are currently working on four main topics that will be the major subjects covered at the 2016 jubilee edition. Read on!
The car is inexorably becoming a computer on wheels. What happens when it does?
The digital is moving faster than the physical can keep pace with. What interesting things can we do in the gap between the two?
Self-Driving cars are getting ever closer to reality - or the public road, at least. This session explored the massive changes this will bring to business.
Founding CEO, Singularity University NL
Yuri van Geest is co-author of "Exponential Organizations"and works for MIT, Google, Singularity University and global brands.
What does service design look like in a post-digital world, when the computer and the mobile have faded into the background? Sami Niemelä looks at an age when the magic has passed…
The Internet is the ultimate disruptive technology. 15 years after the advent of the Web in the mass market, we only had a glimpse into what is possible. The Web changes the game completey. It empowers individuals to achieve what individuals never could achieve before in history. We call them…