The abundant and ceaseless supply of scientific information causes overload. Scientists, no matter how intelligent and hardworking they are, and with the best computers at their disposal, are pushed past the point where they can effectively assess all the available data in a reasonable timescale....

The smartest businesses know that they don’t have the power anymore. The people do. The conversation has shifted from focused, monolithic companies telling the consumer what they need to widespread, decentralized networks built by consumers themselves. Today’s top tech businesses gain their strength not from...

Crowdsourcing has been around for a very long time. Although the term was coined in 2005 by Jeff Howe and Mark Robinson, editors at Wired, and though it is referred to as a form of Internet-based activities, there are many examples of projects which in retrospect...

Tobacco conglomerate Philip Morris International (PMI), owner of the world’s leading cigarette brand Marlboro, has an aim that may seem strange: they are designing a smoke-free future through the development of Reduced Risk Products (RRPs). As part of the process of developing less harmful products,...

Anyone currently participating in crowdsourcing and disruptive crowd economy-related business sectors is only too aware of the growing media coverage being given to “the future of work.” Media editors are keen to raise their audience levels, and stories of artificial intelligence-powered robots putting millions of...

International disruptive innovators and thought-leaders in the collaborative and crowdsourcing-based economy from around the world are lining up to share their insights and news of latest developments at our conference in March 2018 inside Sweden’s Arctic Circle.Sara Green Brodersen is the CEO of Denmark-based Deemly,...