I4J ENCYCLOPEDIA

Felicia Douglis

They say curiosity can be dangerous, but it is what propelled me into Data Science. People are always surprised to find out that I started my career in creative design. But the line connecting the two is not as far-fetched as you might think. My design thinking background has been key to my ability to … Read moreFelicia Douglis

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Felix Velarde

Twenty-one years ago I started one of the first web design companies, and since then I’ve been an entrepreneur, industry leader and public face of several pioneering digital and CRM agencies. Most recently this included being Chairman at the high profile CRM strategy firm Underwired and CEO of an experimental multi-agency collaboration, The Conversation Group. You can read more about my career on LinkedIn or Wikipedia. … Read moreFelix Velarde

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Florian Maganza

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Frances West

Frances West is a public speaker and advisor, and Chairs the Strategy & Development Committee G3ict – The Global Initiative for Inclusive ICTs. Frances is an IT executive well known globally for her work in accessibility, emerging market and industry solutions. She was IBM’s first Chief Accessibility Officer and worked to establish IT accessibility standards, shape government … Read moreFrances West

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Freeformers

Freeformers is the digital transformation company with social good built into its business model. We help companies fulfil the people part of their digital strategies. And for every business person we train, we train a young person for free. We offer accelerated hands on learning experiences on code, digital marketing, product innovation, and cyber security. … Read moreFreeformers

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From Race Against the Machine to Race With the Machine

Author: John Hagel, blog posting on “Edge Perspectives with John Hagel” August 22 2012 . A blog posting that John Hagel wrote in response to Race Against the Machine where he argued that the authors of the book, Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee, were making a mistake in framing the challenge of automation as a “technology” issue … Read moreFrom Race Against the Machine to Race With the Machine

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