SIT’s Innovative Problem Solving Case Study – Oversubscribing Antibiotics #Innovation #SIT #Thinking #Creativity This short animated video describes a case study of innovative problem solving, in which SIT and Maccabi Health Service, a leading Israeli HMO, confronted the issue of over-prescribing antibiotics by general practitioners.

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Line Riders – Beethoven’s 5th I spent over 3 months synchronizing a line rider track to Beethoven’s 5th drawing everything by hand. There is no animation happening here. Any time a character leaves the screen they are being directed by unseen lines to the next location. This is not the full length of the piece. […]

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How the progress bar keeps you sane | Small Thing Big Idea The progress bar makes waiting more exciting… and mitigates our fear of death. Journalist Daniel Engber explores how it came into existence.

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The Advantage of Thinking Inside the Box | Erez Tsalik If innovation is so important and unique, why do call every new product and every minor improvement innovative? Can we break away from our patterns of thinking, to come up with innovative ideas on demand, and translate them into actions? Now, it’s time to take […]

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AI co-produced Taryn Southern’s new album Dani Deahl heads to Los Angeles to see how artificial intelligence is used in music production. Artist and content creator, Taryn Southern, is recording her debut album which she co-produced with several AI programs, including Amper Music. We sat down with her to see how the process came together. […]

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The Mind Mapping Technique for Creativity Spotlight On: Tony Buzan, creator of the mind mapping technique, discusses the steps to enhance your creative thinking, dispelling the myth of right brain being the center of creativity, the need for speed, flexibility and originality of thought and how the imagination linked with association results in creative results. […]

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Comment le cube de Rubik est devenu l’un des jouets les plus vendus de l’histoire Everyone knows the Rubik’s Cube, but not everyone can solve it.The colorful brain teaser is one of the most popular toys of all time, and it dates back to the 1970s in Hungary. We spoke with the inventor of the […]

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In Rwanda, His Drones Are Saving Lives One of the world’s first drone delivery services is all the way in rural Rwanda, where 27 year-old Abdoul Salam Nizeyimana earns a living by launching and retrieving self-flying planes. Nizeyimana was drawn to not only the technology of his employer Zipline but also its mission: to deliver […]

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You Can Now Eat Your Beer | Changing The Game ReGrained takes the leftover grain from the beer-making process and turns it into healthy snacks.

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La data au service de la créativité… et inversement ! – HUBDAY Future of Data Il y a 11 ans, après une expérience de planning stratégique en agence, Jean-Baptiste Bouzige, président et fondateur d’Eckimetrics décide de réconcilier rationalité et créativité. Un défi en soi qui est relevé par sa société concevant des algorithmes et […]

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