How Africa Can Adapt to the Digital Revolution

The Fourth Industrial Revolution does not mean the end of traditional manufacturing-based development models in Africa, but it will require governments and policymakers to become more innovative and experimental. Africa can find a path to the economy of the future if its governments are ready and willing to adapt. LONDON – The Fourth Industrial Revolution…

“there’s good inside” – Method’s Inspiring New Brand Campaign

Today, Method Products, pbc – a pioneer in design-driven, people and planet-friendly home and personal care products – launches a new integrated brand campaign, “There’s Good Inside.” It spotlights the good inside its products, its people and its state-of-the-art, sustainable soap factory in Chicago. Brought to life with an uplifting, clean-centric cover anthem of the…

5 of the biggest myths about 3D printing

By _Ahmad Beltagui and Achilleas Sesis and Nikolas Stylos4 minute ReadThe first conviction for 3D printing a firearm was recently reported in London, not long after 3D printed masks were used to trick face recognition. Should we be afraid?3D printing refers to a range of digital fabrication processes that build objects directly from computer models,…

“IBM PC Compatible”: how adversarial interoperability saved PCs from monopolization

Adversarial interoperability is what happens when someone makes a new product or service that works with a dominant product or service, against the wishes of the dominant business. Though there are examples of adversarial interoperability going back to early phonograms and even before, the computer industry has always especially relied on adversarial interoperability to keep…