The world doesn’t want to pick between the…

[ad_1] Ishaan Tharoor, The Washington Post Published 6:23 am EDT, Tuesday, April 28, 2020 The coronavirus pandemic has spiked tensions between China and the United States. In Washington, hard-line lawmakers in Congress are pushing punitive legislation…

Why Quantum Supremacy Does — and Doesn’t —…

[ad_1] Real-world applications of quantum computing are several years away. Still, it is only a matter of time before every business is a quantum business. Companies must begin their quantum journey today; if they don’t,…

U.S.-China Trade Deal—What It Does and What It…

[ad_1] The “Phase One” deal signed by the U.S. and China on Jan. 15 calls a truce to the trade war for now, halting the imposition of additional tariffs and promising increased market access for…

Why one size doesn’t fit all for smart…

[ad_1] Generating huge volumes of information isn’t a problem for modern industry; the key to justifying investment in new technology is getting it analysed in the right place. A standout headline from recent research in…

Why “Move Fast and Break Things” Doesn’t Work…

[ad_1] Executive Summary Over the next few decades, agility will not come from speed; it will come from the ability to explore multiple domains at once and combine them into something that produces value. This…