Organizations that succeed in the future will be those that embrace the art and science of disruptive technology. The long history of global technology has proven that, where imagination leads, inventors and philosophers will follow. A disruptive technology can be thought of as a rapidly evolving set of innovations in any market that has potentially broad economic and social impacts.
With the accelerating pace of technology innovation and application, organizations that thrive will be those that anticipate the legal, societal, and regulatory impacts of new technologies as much as they identify ways to incorporate them into their business models. As organizations struggle to incorporate new technologies, such as artificial intelligence (AI), autonomous vehicles, blockchain, and the Internet of Things, they must also understand the impact these technologies are having on their workforce, their customers, and their markets.
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