Between budget constraints and lack of expertise, cities are fighting a losing battle against increasingly sophisticated, decentralized attackers.
From 2005 to 2017, the number of free agents — those who could pick up gigs — declined. Of those who remain, a growing percentage is over fifty-five.
Advanced manufacturing is not yet at scale — Nike cannot produce an adequate number of sneakers with on-site 3-d printers — but interesting production trends are starting to emerge within the global startup community.
As it embraces Industry 4.0, the next generation of disruptive Japanese companies will deeply incorporate the world’s most advanced technologies: artificial intelligence, machine learning, autonomous transportation, and physical-digital networks.
New York City is an old city. It was built for a bygone era.