To help plan for the future, the intelligence community has put together a vision of what the world will look like in the next two decades. It might get a little crazy, but we’re all getting computers in our brains.
When inside businesses are driving change from within the corporate structure, the change can be enormous. So we have to find ways to empower more people to identify as intrapreneurs.
How Giselle Diaz Campagna took an Indian organization with no social media profile and helped it become a powerful presence online.
TrafficCom is an automated traffic-counting device cheap enough that any citizen can find out how much car or bike traffic is on their street--and then work with the city to make changes to urban design.
Her Global Health Corps takes applicants from all kinds of professions and puts them into situations where they can help reinvent how we treat disease both at home and abroad.
The health insurance from the Freelancer’s Union has been a godsend to the city’s workers in the gig economy. Now it’s opened a brick and mortar doctor’s office where freelancers can go to get cutting-edge health care.
With $5 million from the search giant, the World Wildlife Fund is deploying unarmed drones to track and hunt down wildlife poachers.