We’re charting a course from the tech-driven economy of today to the “next” economy that strikes a better balance between people and automation.
Kaggle is more than a machine learning competition platform; it’s a facilitator for efficient problem solving and a community for sharing and learning.
Innovation has the power to change industries, but new technology doesn’t always mean you need a new business model.
Matt Cutts shares what he’s learned from working at Google and the U.S. Government.
O’Reilly President Laura Baldwin discusses O’Reilly’s approach to running its business.
Radar spots and explores emerging technology themes so organizations can succeed amid constant change.
Technological change often happens gradually, then suddenly. Tim O'Reilly explores the areas poised for sudden shifts.
The World Economic Forum’s 2018 jobs report limits research to a narrow range of the workforce.
The economy we want to build must recognize increasing the value to and for humans as the goal.
Tim O'Reilly reflects on the stories from 2017 that played out after he finished writing his new book.
Tim O'Reilly says entrepreneurs need to set their sights on how we can use big data, sensors, and AI to create amazing human experiences and the economy of the future.
The biggest challenges for companies trying to reinvent themselves come from an inability to imagine a different way of doing things.
We have to change the incentives that encourage companies to choose boosting their stock price over investing in people and the real economy.
The problem of fake news and bad sites trying to game the system is an industry-wide problem — companies should share data and best practices in the effort to combat it.
If we let machines put us out of work, it will be because of a failure of imagination and a lack of will to make a better future. (Full text, video, and slides from Tim O'Reilly's talk at the White House Frontiers Conference.)
IBM's Watson is helping doctors, insurance companies, accountants, lawyers, and others. David Kenny discusses how in each of these cases, Watson acts as an assistant rather than an opponent.
Matt Jorgensen offers a look at Josephine, a platform that connects consumers with home cooks.
Google DeepMind's deep learning approach produces surprising results, demonstrating not just vast recall or the ability to compute faster than any human, but what many people would consider real creativity.
Jessica Lessin outlines the business model behind The Information and explains why she wants to build a business that lasts.