Open innovation bridges the gap between business and academia. It encourages participation on both sides, through a distributed and decentralized approach.
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MIT has announced a series of prizes to address the lack of prospects for low- and middle-income workers.
Tesla’s future depends on exploiting the relationship between several different technologies, and that’s an expensive proposition.
Google's rebirth as Alphabet is an attempt to prove that the company's "moonshots" can be as successful as its Internet business.
Google's Waze navigation app could slash commuting traffic if a carpooling service it is testing catches on.
A group of leading technologists, economists, and investors propose a new approach to help us adapt to new technologies.