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  • The 50 #MostInnovativeCountries in 2022 – Switzerland ranks at the top⁠ for the 12th year in a row—above the U.S., South Korea, and Israel.
    by /u/drcpanda on January 29, 2023 at 8:46 am

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  • How can technology help solve some of healthcare’s biggest problems? Fascinating talk from Daniel Nathrath, CEO, Ada Health
    by /u/chelsea_bear on January 27, 2023 at 10:51 am

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  • discord channel for aspiring entrepreneurs/philosophers
    by /u/beegeeflix on January 27, 2023 at 12:23 am

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  • Microsoft Outages Hit Multiple Platforms
    by /u/Phishing_for_bytes on January 26, 2023 at 11:15 am

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  • How can bioreactors enable the biological transformation towards a circular economy? Fascinating talk from Dr. Knubben Elias Vice-President, Research and Innovation, Festo
    by /u/chelsea_bear on January 26, 2023 at 10:53 am

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  • 9 important advantages of prohibiting cars in cities that cannot be disputed
    by /u/Potential-Coffee5666 on January 25, 2023 at 4:36 pm

    Is this even possible? And why not? 9 important advantages of prohibiting cars in cities that cannot be disputed Lower the cost of fossil fuels, cut fuel imports, and lower market demand to support other, more urgent goals that supports the economy. especially given the present energy issues in the EU 2-Reduce the import of automobiles or balance it with the demand for cars in the suburbs (more SUVs for family, adventure, and entertainment purposes), fewer private ownership, and improved fuel efficiency in car production. 3-End city pollution and drastically cut national emissions, which satisfies the EU’s climate change commitment and places the nation at the top of the list of contributors. 4-Improve the city residents’ health and quality of life. fewer pollutants and more unrestricted street wandering. (Less cancers and other disorders linked to pollution and reduced physical activity). The ability to adorn streets for strolls, events, and other entertainment reasons will dramatically increase cultural life and awareness while lowering depression rates in the city. 5- Enhance tourism appeal with the addition of sidewalks, decorations, and sponsorship of various activities and cultural events 6- Lowering the aforementioned import and raising tourism receipts will boost GDP, ensuring the welfare of the economy and its people (additional improvement of mental health) 7- Decreasing travel time to the lowest by eliminating traffic and congested streets 8- Increasing demand for homes in formerly remote locations as a result of an improved transportation system and creating more space for urban expansion and new housing developments. 9- Capacity to serve additional businesses and employees as a result of transportation and housing upgrades The answer to congested roads, heavy traffic, and pollution is : 1-Build a network of tramways throughout the city that connects all directions, with the center having no more than 10 km between every final station and the other from the next line, and as necessary lines of trams on each route keeping a time stamp between them to accommodate the maximum number of passengers expected for different times in the day 2-Extend a horizontal bus network serving the entire city, connecting tram stops (max trip 10km approx). Ideally this can be replaced with horizontal routes of trams but recycling current buses instead is more energy and cost efficient. 3-Construct substantial covered parking lots at the last tram stop locations. 4-Ask visitors to park their cars in the closest lots for an annual fair fee so they can use the tram to their destination within the city. After concluding their business or other activities in the city, they can ride the tram once again to return to the parking lot and get their car. 5-For a reasonable annual charge, and linked to their owned properties, city residents can purchase permanent parking spaces at the recently constructed facilities located across the city. 6-Based on needs, expanding the motorway that encircles the city is a possibility. 7-Unless they are traveling to another city, travelers who want to cross the city to the other side will be urged to take the tram rather than to cross the full highway around the city. And that is to reduce traffic on highways. 8 – Shares in the new tram network and parking network, which will create enormous money due to complete dependence, may be offered to vehicle dealers, and car parking facilities. Additionally, they may be allowed a cooling-off period to switch their current inventory to the new sort of cars that are in demand in light of the shift and move their operations to better locations such as city surrounding submitted by /u/Potential-Coffee5666 [link] [comments]

  • Innovation: How Banks and Businesses Can Fight Fraud and Chargebacks Should Regulation Fail
    by Monica Eaton on January 24, 2023 at 4:30 pm

    With the CFPB’s future in the hands of the Supreme Court, Chargebacks911 Founder Monica Eaton says more collaboration between banks and businesses is needed to protect themselves and consumers should a decades worth of regulation be undone.

  • We Love Big Buts — The Audio Version
    by /u/johnwolpert on January 24, 2023 at 12:34 pm

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  • US-Based Startup Spike Enters The UAE To Offer Healthcare Providers Better Access To Data From Wearable Tech
    by Aalia Mehreen Ahmed on January 24, 2023 at 3:30 am

    Built as an application program interface that can access all major wearable and internet of things providers, Spike’s platform helps medical providers gain access to an exhaustive user information database based on biomarkers.

  • What The Fastest-Growing Companies Have In Common
    by Francesco Fazio on January 21, 2023 at 7:30 pm

    Why do some ventures realize strong success and rapid growth while others do not? Common traits are shared among many of the world’s fastest-growing companies that others can adopt to succeed in 2023 and beyond.

  • How to produce green steel and eliminate 10% of global CO2 emissions. Fascinating talk from Adam Rauwerdink, from Boston Metal, a company backed by Bill Gates
    by /u/chelsea_bear on January 21, 2023 at 2:47 pm

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  • 5 Lessons for innovation
    by /u/InnovationGym on January 20, 2023 at 10:25 am

    Hi everybody! We are a UK based consultancy focused on helping Product & Marketing teams in their innovation process. Don’t hesitate to get in touch if you want to know more: At the core of our business, we believe that stories are central to human experiences and serve as a powerful connector between people. We use stories as a powerful framework to fuel successful innovation. Here are 5 lessons that can help you in your journey: Stories Connect with the Head and the Heart. Data, facts and models do not. Never forget who the hero is (hint, it’s not my product) Every good story needs adversity and challenge. And often the hero doesn’t know what that challenge will be. Story crafting is a skill and it takes effort. The best stories are ones we can immerse in – as if I’m “living” them. We can use story framework with projection and metaphor research techniques to seek out the new experiences that my customers desire, and then understand how a new innovation can enable this to happen. We can also use story to inspire great product design by designing the story into the product, so the consumer (the hero) gets to live the experience every time they use it. Keen to hear your thoughts on this! submitted by /u/InnovationGym [link] [comments]

  • JTBD Analysis – a comprehensive all-in-one guide for the best method in commercial innovation, discovering true customer’s needs, framing markets, and winning business opportunities
    by /u/Mevrael on January 19, 2023 at 6:46 pm

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  • Maybe a Longevity Drug Taught by Why Different Mammal Species have Different Lifespans?
    by /u/MnMdiscord on January 16, 2023 at 7:28 pm

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  • Electric car batteries will soon no longer take long to charge
    by /u/Alex_ZH1 on January 16, 2023 at 7:22 pm

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  • Why The Consumer Tech World Is Too Focused on Electronics
    by Ariel Shapira on January 16, 2023 at 3:30 pm

    Companies must strive to develop tech more mindful of the environment and long-term implications.

  • Managed IT Service Providers: The Benefits for K-12 Educational Institutions
    by /u/ricks_cloud on January 13, 2023 at 1:04 pm

    Recently, I’ve been thinking a lot about the impact that innovation will have on education in the future and about my time spent working at ConnectEDU. This is a subject close to my heart as my kids are graduating from college and preparing to enter the workforce. The United States (US) ranks just 38th in the world in mathematics and 24th in science, and those are the two categories that most piqued my interest when reading global rankings of K-12 education systems. Despite the United States’ widespread renown among nations for its higher education systems, the dismal results from grades K-12 have experts worried about the country’s ability to continue producing STEM professionals in the future. This is because K-12 education reflects the general population, while higher education is more aggressive in pursuing the brightest students worldwide. In light of this, encouraging innovation and the use of technology in classrooms is of paramount importance (at the earliest stages). With my experience at ConnectEDU, where I oversaw the safe logins of 22 million students, I have a fresh perspective on this issue. If you’re interested in learning more about this topic, I created a blog post for my community discussing business and subsequently the academic cases for K-12 schools to employ digitally managed service providers and the academic justification for doing so in terms of both process and outcome: submitted by /u/ricks_cloud [link] [comments]

  • FOLLOW to help the EXHIBITION
    by /u/keske_art on January 12, 2023 at 1:43 pm

    Hi guys, hope you are well. I kindly ask you all to follow this profile of a dear friend and collaborator of mine, he will participate in an important art exhibition in Hong Kong and their instagram profile has been hacked, we need to recover some followers! Can you help us? It’s all real, you can also find his profile on Art Innovation which is the company that takes care of the exhibition. Help us! Thank you very much!! ​ Instagram: ​ Web site: submitted by /u/keske_art [link] [comments]

  • Winter has arrived for Indian startups and it is here to stay
    by /u/Nanu_Boy0903 on January 12, 2023 at 7:28 am

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  • Caffeine benefits without it…
    by /u/Nous_lifestyle on January 11, 2023 at 12:28 pm

    Hello everyone, I’m Carlo Longari Co-founder of Nous an Italian based Strat-up, which has the vision to bring the benefits of caffeine without the drawbacks to those people who can’t drink it due to pathologies, or avoid it due to taste reasons or high sensitivity. In the link you’ll find brief survey, if you complete it you’ll receive some products for free to taste and enjoy them out! Looking forward to hear from you! Are you ready to unlock your true potential? submitted by /u/Nous_lifestyle [link] [comments]


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