Tokenization of assets, including equity and debt, will disrupt investment banking.
WHOOP, a start-up founded out of the Harvard iLab, uses machine learning to improve athletic performance and possibly the lives of diabetes patients.
Crowdsourced challenges can spur unprecedented innovation leaps at stalled industries. However, these challenges must be quickly inscribed into a believable road to market path to bring to life commercially viable products. The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation faced a similar challenge when it tried to revolutionize sanitation in the emerging world by reinventing the toilet with open innovation mechanisms.
Buzzfeed uses social media to stay abreast of viral trends. Can they do the same with credible news?
Fast-food chain and innovation are two topics that are not often seen together. Ayr Muir, the founder and CEO of Clover Food Lab, hopes to change this. Clover involves feedback at every step of its product and process development with the hopes of making delicious food that is environmentally friendly.
Glossier democratizes beauty, builds a community of consumers to drive product innovation.
A Look at How NASA is Using Open Innovation to Solve Lofty Challenges
In November 2010, Amazon Studios launched and opened its doors to allow anyone with a movie idea to submit a script to potentially be developed at the studio. After 7.5 years and over 27,000 submissions for both TV and film, Amazon pulled the plug on the project in April 2018 . Why did Amazon Studios launch this open innovation platform for content creation? How did it work and why did they end the project? Were they right to stop crowdsourcing scripts for future development?
How Natura brings open innovation to life
Can composers see themselves outdone by data scientists and computer programmers?