On this episode of Hello World, Bloomberg Businessweek’s Ashlee Vance heads to Japan to find people who are trying to wake the country up from its technological slumber. His journey goes from Tokyo to Kyoto and Osaka. Along the way, he meets with Japan’s top roboticists making lifelike androids. He heads to Hitachi’s vaunted research […]

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On this episode of Hello World, Ashlee Vance camps out in the Mojave Desert, where a breed of wild inventors have created a playground to push custom-created cars and spaceships to their limits.

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Like the rest of us, Dezso Molnar hates traffic. But lucky for you, he’s working on the solution. In this segment of “Hello World: Mojave,” Bloomberg’s Ashlee Vance catches up with the eccentric polymath in the desert and they take to the sky.

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We’ve all dreamed of flying — but for Richard Browning, flight is an obsession. He’s built an Iron Man-like suit that leans on an elegant collaboration of mind, body and technology, bringing science fiction dreams a little closer to reality. Learn more about the trial and error process behind his invention and take flight with […]

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With the help of AI and robotics, Spin Master — the children’s entertainment company behind top-selling toys like Meccano and Hatchimals and shows like “Paw Patrol” and “Little Charmers” — has brought the traditional baby doll to life in this season’s must-have toy, Luvabella.

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Découvrez la story de PayFit, la startup qui réinvente la gestion de la paye. Grace aux langage JetLang, ils permettent aux experts de la paie de coder.

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Yoni Stern of SIT presents information on innovation in the workplace. Presented at Innovation Ecosystem 2009 on October 27, 2009 in Grand Rapids, MI. Hosted by The Right Place and sponsored by Grand Rapids Community College.

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What if we asked our students “How were you an artist today?” Alex Eckert, Vice Principal at Livermore High School, suggests we get out of the way of our students, and allow them to have powerful ideas. Alex asks the question How can we adapt from the old model of teacher-driven instruction to a […]

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Why did an engineering firm perform no better at some basic innovation tasks than a class of grade 6 and 7 students? In this surprising and visually engaging talk, Alex Bruton urges us to stop competing to spread the Post-It-Notes-on-the-wall-because-they-are-cool and the let’s-get-the-keywords-into-the-annual-report notions of innovation. He shares a simple, powerful model for innovation literacy […]

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Heated jackets are upon us, and it’s now easier than ever to stay toasty. A Kickstarter campaign launched last month for the Ravean Rugged jacket, which allows you to stay warm in even the coldest winter months.

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