Robots Are Good For Our Health
JEANNETTE MCCLENNAN — DEC 10, 2018 • 3 MIN READ ★
As our population ages both in the United States and abroad, we’re forced to reckon with not only retirement at large, but also how we will care for our elders. If those in need simply outnumber those of us ready and willing to provide care, how will we manage?
By 2035, the population of those 65 and older in the United States will outnumber children under 18 for the first time in history...
JEANNETTE MCCLENNAN — AUG 16, 2018 • 3 MIN READ ★
Increased Longevity Has Led to a New
Since Roman times, we have conceptualized various stages of the human life cycle. In 17th century New England, those stages consisted of childhood, youth, middle age, and old age. By the late 19th century, it was no longer “youth” but adolescence...
JEANNETTE MCCLENNAN — AUG 9, 2018 • 4 MIN READ ★
Roboethics: Can Code Be Humanized?
Anyone who used Microsoft Office in late 1990s and early 2000s knows about Clippy, the animated paper clip that “helped” users navigate software. For example, if you opened MS word and wrote “Dear,” Clippy might interject, “I see you’re writing a letter...
JEANNETTE MCCLENNAN — AUG 2, 2018 • 2 MIN READ ★
A Simple Tool to Help You Manage Risk While Innovating
In recent decades, many major corporations disappeared from view because they couldn’t see what lay ahead. Blockbuster didn’t believe renting videos from the internet had staying power, MapQuest didn’t realize that users were interested...
JEANNETTE MCCLENNAN — JUL 26, 2018 • 2 MIN READ ★
How to Ride The Rollercoaster
of Running a Startups
Whether you know it or not, if you’re innovating, you’re on a rollercoaster ride, and while the twists and turns are unpredictable, there are ways to prepare. Begin by taking stock of where you are; gather what you know to present an accurate picture...
+1 917 842 0364
110 E 25th St, New York, NY 10010