Technology

Back to Progress: Piloting a Reborn Revolution
Industry Insights, Technology

Back to Progress: Piloting a Reborn Revolution

Shrinking the world at supersonic speed could be a reality in less than a decade, says Sergio Porres (MBA ’19). Innovation and progress have completely transformed the way the world looks, particularly in the last few decades. The pace of scientific development has been breathtakingly fast, with consumers benefiting handsomely, from the rise of electronics…

Innovations and Technologies in CES 2019
Print Edition, Technology

Innovations and Technologies in CES 2019

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) was held in Las Vegas between January 8 and 12, 2019, and I attended the event with some of my HBS classmates. CES is the world’s most famous and largest trade show for consumer electronics products. I worked in the corporate venture capital and digital transformation sectors in Asia before…

Start Up Corner: Eloops
Start Ups, Technology

Start Up Corner: Eloops

This month we meet Eloops, a mobile app and web-based platform to help companies better engage their employees and allow them to connect with one another. What is the problem you’re trying to solve? Having an engaged, happy and well-connected workforce is critical for any organization. Companies with remote and/or ‘desk-less’ employees (retail, maintenance services,…

Startup Corner: Alpha Vantage
Entrepreneurship, Technology

Startup Corner: Alpha Vantage

What is the problem you’re trying to solve? Institutional-quality, real-time financial market data is not affordable or accessible to individual end users unless they (or the organization they are affiliated with) can afford to shell out tens of thousands of dollars for data charged by legacy providers . Olivier Porte and Steve Zheng (both MBA…

Space and SpaceX: Another Small Step For Man, a Nearly Untapped Opportunity for HBS Graduates
Campus News, Technology

Space and SpaceX: Another Small Step For Man, a Nearly Untapped Opportunity for HBS Graduates

Tesla has continually made it into the headlines lately. The revolution that electric cars might bring has fascinated many, and business people, politicians and environmentalist alike can’t stop thinking about how the world might be about to change even more drastically. Nevertheless, another revolution led by Elon Musk is already delivering astonishing results. On February…

4 Steps to New Product Success: Tech Leaders Discuss Keys to Launching the Next iPhone, Tesla & AWS
Entrepreneurship, Industry Insights, Technology

4 Steps to New Product Success: Tech Leaders Discuss Keys to Launching the Next iPhone, Tesla & AWS

What are the greatest high-tech products and services ever launched? Apple’s iPhone? Tesla Model S? Amazon Web Services? Adobe Photoshop?  Windows XP? How about the groundbreaking Netscape Navigator? This past year, Silicon Valley technology product leaders launched a Product Leader Summit series hosted by Spero Ventures and sponsored by The Omidyar Network, Women in Product…

Why is Microsoft’s New Machine Reading Comprehension Dataset a Big Deal?
Featured, Features, News, Technology

Why is Microsoft’s New Machine Reading Comprehension Dataset a Big Deal?

On March 1, 2018, Microsoft released the latest large-scale dataset for machine reading comprehension and question answering. You can access the public dataset, named MS MARCO, at http://www.msmarco.org/. As human beings, we are so habituated to the daily routines of reading, writing, and conversing that we may deem it intuitive to transfer our language understanding…

Overheard @ Startup Bootcamp
Campus News, Club Corner, Entrepreneurship, Technology

Overheard @ Startup Bootcamp

Over January 12-19, 188 first-year MBA candidates participated in the 2018 HBS Startup Bootcamp. Below, you can hear from 26 Bootcamp teams directly about their startup ideas, their greatest lessons learned over the course of the Bootcamp, and the startups that they have on their radars. AlphaInvest Digital platform providing retail investors with access to…

Why Facebook’s Algorithms are Destroying Democracy
Campus News, On Campus, Opinion, Outside the Bubble, Technology

Why Facebook’s Algorithms are Destroying Democracy

According to Pew Research, 61 percent of millennials use Facebook as their primary source for news about politics and government. The implications this could have for democracy’s underpinnings should not be underestimated. In disrupting the fundamental structures behind traditional information creation, distribution and consumption, social media has been one of the Internet’s most radical and innovative…

Creative Deconstruction
Campus News, Technology

Creative Deconstruction

The business ethics of automation and human obsolescence – What do we owe the world and future generations? “Most economic fallacies derive from the tendency to assume that there is a fixed pie, that one party can gain only at the expense of another.” – Milton Friedman Income disparity has become an issue of note…

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