Many executives believe that all failure is bad (although it usually provides lessons) and that learning from it is pretty straightforward. The author, a professor at Harvard Business School, thinks both beliefs are misguided. In organizational life, she says, some failures are inevitable and some are even good. And successful
Conventional wisdom says it takes three to five years and tens of millions of dollars to digitize a corporation’s supply chain. However, a few companies have reaped major benefits – including higher revenue and customer retention – with a faster, cheaper approach. It involves assembling available data; using analytics to
By being decentralized, Bitcoin doesn’t have a single controlling entity. The control of Bitcoin is shared among several independent entities all over the world, making it nearly impossible for a single entity to wrangle full control over the network and manipulate it as they please.
Comparing today’s AI with biological intelligence, one of the most remarkable differences is the ability of animal brains to somehow understand the ‘essence’ of things: Even a small child can easily recognize a cat after having seen only a few examples.