The future of wearable technology

Currently, companies including Meta, Google, Snap and Apple are – rumored at least – working on augmented reality glasses that would add a digital layer to the physical world. Proponents of these glasses believe that they are the hardware successor to the mobile phone, and if they are to catch up, there will be many … Read more

Bridging the digital divide: driving the digitization of TVET and Industry 4.0

India is recognized as one of the youngest countries in the world with more than 50% of the population under 30 years old. As the country is expected to add another 183 million people to the working age group of 15-64 years between 2020 and 2050, India will account for a large share of the … Read more

Luxury customers experience getting a technology upgrade

This article first appeared in The State of Fashion: Technology, an in-depth report co-published by BoF and McKinsey & Company. The digital tools and touch points that have become part of the luxury customer experience, from apps to online channels to virtual reality, are no substitute for face-to-face personal service in physical stores. Instead, they … Read more

Germany’s digital health efforts are faltering. Is the Lauterbach strategy a ticket? – Politico

This article is the product of a Politico working group. Germany may be known for its efficiency, but that is not true when it comes to digitizing its health system. Since 2019, Germany has introduced three major new digital health laws covering everything from electronic patient records to the digitization of its hospitals. But in … Read more