Operations is the often-overlooked hero of profitable growth. Antonia Landi and Elizabeth Press (myself) connected over the insight that operational excellence is the key to business success, be it in product, data, on the factory floor or the newsroom. Even creative agencies have processes. Ops and processes will become a passport to play, as legislators catch up with technology (NIS2, DORA as examples) and ISO 27001 becomes a standard business hygiene in many industries.
AI is becoming omnipresent in our lives and is shaping our world. Thus wider public involvement in determining how AI is designed and used is important for society. Understanding AI and getting involved in how it is applied and governed might seem daunting, but Varsh Anilkumar offers some ways to get involved and learn about AI.
Die Interoperabilität von Daten als Voraussetzung für Innovation im Gesundheitswesen – Ein Gespräch mit Jörg Godau
Startups im Gesundheitswesen wie doctorly sehen die Chance, mit SaaS-Plattformen, die auf offenen Standards im Gesundheitswesen basieren, das Rad neu zu erfinden. Das etablierte Gesundheitssystem basiert auf einer fragmentierten Landschaft von Softwareanbietern und Datenlösungen. Dateninteroperabilität bietet die Chance, Innovationen im Gesundheitswesen in Deutschland und darüber hinaus zu ermöglichen.
Data interoperability is a precondition for healthcare innovation – An interview with Jörg (Jack) Godau
Healthtech startups such as doctorly and others see the opportunity to reinvent the wheel with SaaS platforms based on open standards in healthcare. The incumbent healthcare system is based on a fragmented landscape of software providers and data solutions. Data interoperability presents an opportunity to unblock innovation in healthcare in Germany and beyond.
AI is still magical to many people. Is that a major obstacle to AI adoption? Varshith H Anilkumar talked to myself and the D3M Labs community about what can be done to create a more AI-aware public and how that will help decrease bias and improve innovation.
A child of the Cold War, I grew up hearing stories and learning deeply about World War 2. Much of my youth was spent pondering the new and old-world order. For that reason, I found the panel at the Data Festival in Munich inspiring. I hope it inspired others in the tech scene to support the use of data in defending European freedom.