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We take it for granted that all children should learn to read, write and do arithmetic. In the digital era, new basic skills are added to this list, as we are now facing the challenge of digital literacy.
Everyone is talking about artificial intelligence (AI) – in the media, at conferences and in product brochures. Yet the technology is still in its infancy. Applications that would have been dismissed as science fiction not long ago could become reality within a few years.
The term “innovation” may well conceal the biggest black box in the business world. Every company wants to be innovative, but only a few manage to remain innovative for decades.
The spread of the coronavirus is going to sustainably change the way companies work. Working from home or on the road is suddenly no longer just a welcome option, but a necessity – for many companies this is a major challenge that requires flexible solutions.
Whether electromobility, autonomous driving or smart traffic apps – future mobility calls for innovative technologies. Even if it’s not immediately apparent – products from EMD Performance Materials offer the automotive industry entirely new possibilities and can help to make future mobility ...
Equal rights have been an issue for many years. Women are still underrepresented in leadership positions and certain sectors such as the chemical industry.
Smart equipment, digital business models and a globally connected economy are driving new world of work. At the same time, the competency profiles called for by the digital world of work are changing drastically.
When the future of work is concerned, there is no escaping the concept of Artificial Intelligence (AI). No other technology is currently considered to have the same vast potential to revolutionize our daily working life.
Theoretically, digitalization allows many people to work where and when they want to. As a result, the topic of working hours is creating new challenges for both legislators and companies. The German Federal Ministry of Labor has recognized the signs of the times...
Not checking e-mails, muting out WhatsApp, switching off your smartphone completely – what may seem unimaginable to some people is part of the digital detox trend.