The new thinking and new skills, the emerging technology and the creativity it enables — all of which is being harnessed differently — used differently — to change how we live, work, communicate and play.
Pure innovation has to be powered by the drive to deliver added value: to make things easier, faster, safer, better — or less expensive. Sometimes these gains come at a price.
We are standing together on the edge of the fourth industrial revolution. I’d argue it’s as much about revolutionary thinking as it is about ground-breaking engineering — the two go hand-in-hand.