A Day in the Future – Tomorrow’s tasks and reality of a GRC Officer

It was a pleasure and honor to predict a future GRC Officer’s routine work-day. As story-telling becomes relevant for the function, it was a fascinating experiment to not write a “conventional” article, but include the message into a short science fiction-story. Continue reading A Day in the Future – Tomorrow’s tasks and reality of a GRC Officer

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Tomorrow’s Business Ethics: Philip K. Dick vs. W. Edwards Deming

The book analyzes their works and additional interviews regarding business ethics. This includes the adequate implementation and management of Artificial Intelligence, Flying Cars, Chat-Bots, Smart Data, Robotics, Virtual Twins and Swarm Intelligence. Always to keep in mind that the human employees stay the key-value of the corporation. Continue reading Tomorrow’s Business Ethics: Philip K. Dick vs. W. Edwards Deming

ACCESS GRANTED – Tomorrow’s Business Ethics

Industry 4.0 with the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence (including Machine and Deep Learning) started to interrupt today’s reality, including the way we conduct business. It was a pleasure to take a look into the new future and predict the coming changes. The book was not the destination, but the start of the journey, as I had the honor to discuss the different topics with acknowledged experts and receive priceless feedback. Continue reading ACCESS GRANTED – Tomorrow’s Business Ethics

Gamification^2: Scientists, Augmented Virtuality & Crowd-workers

Gamification is mostly seen as a possibility to communicate information. But the development went already one step further. The prestigious University of Geneva will partner up with the science-fiction online game EVE. The university will provide 167,000 deep space light curve images to the game community, where the users can use their virtual space ships to explore this information and support science to discover new exoplanets. Continue reading Gamification^2: Scientists, Augmented Virtuality & Crowd-workers