Machine learning is changing the landscape of political advertising. Consumers need greater transparency into how their personal data influences the political messages they see online.
Facebook’s mission is to “Give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together”. However, the way Facebook employs machine learning algorithms promotes a narrow view of the world to its users. How can Facebook improve?
How will the UK’s Innocent Drinks (the little smoothie company that could), deal with potential consequences of Brexit?
Could isolationist Brexit policy derail the automotive manufacturing industry in the UK? According to leadership at Nissan’s Sunderland plant in Northeast England, supply chain complications stemming from Brexit cast doubt on the future of Nissan’s UK manufacturing operations. Context: The […]
Growing trade isolationism in the U.S. is putting pressure on Apple to bring outsourced jobs back to American soil.
In the Fall of 2017, as Tesla prepares its ambitious rollout of the Model 3, the reality of mass market electric vehicles (EVs) seems closer than ever. To tackle climate change –and pollution—many countries (e.g., France, UK, India, Norway, China) have adopted bans on fossil fuel cars in the coming decades1. Although these policies changes are promising for EVs, the sudden rush for the metals used in lithium-based batteries is, paradoxically, threatening the viability of Tesla’s supply chain and its dream to deliver a mass market EV car. The sourcing and supply of Cobalt –a crucial component of Tesla’s batteries—is a particular area of concern and could stop Elon's dream in its track.
The essay explores steps taken by the Canadian oil sands company Suncor Energy to address climate change concerns in an environment of churn in terms of politics, oil prices and pipeline approvals. It also questions whether there are other industries that need the same amount of scrutiny as the tar sands has received.
Government's’ job is to provide all citizens with safe and reliable services. From that perspective, technological innovation is helping in the creation of government’s value proposition, but it's not always easy. Let's take a look into the U.S. government digitalization and the key problem areas to watch out for.
The U.S. Republican Party’s relationship with climate change is a complicated one. Will increasing evidence fundamentally change the GOP?
Climate change is a frequent topic in political debates, but what is the real objective of politicians when defining their energy policy? Is it to reduce global warming or just to maximize re-election probabilities? This article provides evidence of a left-wing party using climate change demagogically to attract voter support