Posted in Fake-Trends Trend Forecasting

Are the Autonomous Vehicles really disruptive?

This entry is part 5 of 5 in the series FuturisticGoals & Sustainable Products

Can Autonomous Vehicles be successful products in the current Disruption Market? Short Aswer: AUTONOMOUS VEHICLE DOES NOT REPRESENT DISRUPTIVE INNOVATION <see  Why developing technologies are…

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Posted in Automotive Fake-Trends Trend Forecasting

“Futuristic vision” and insustainable products: cases of Flying cars, Autonomous Vehicles and electric city car

This entry is part 4 of 5 in the series FuturisticGoals & Sustainable Products

  The case of Flying Cars One of the most significant cases of unsustainable “futurist” products is probably that of Flying Cars (but the cases…

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Posted in non-disruptive minset Trend Forecasting

Misunderstanding: the future is not futuristic as one imagines it today

This entry is part 2 of 5 in the series FuturisticGoals & Sustainable Products

  In an age of disruption or we grasp the essence of the trends that are transforming Society and Market, or ruinous strategies are developed….

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Posted in Technologies

Why Hi-Tec and disruptive innovation are incompatible (the “Human factor”)

This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series Tech in Disruption

● What IS and what IS NOT disrutpive innovation ● Why developing technologies are incompatible with disrutpive innovation ● What to do?

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Posted in Innovation Sustainability

Transparentization of the Market: products with unsustainable characteristics are at risk

This entry is part 2 of 5 in the series New Sustainable Qualities

We know that there is a sustainable innovation and in-sustainable innovation. But we have to understand that un-sustainable innovation today is also to a large…

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Posted in Fake-Trends Technologies

Does it really exist to the possibility of having an Artificial Intelligence? (the unsustainability of the AI) [1]

This entry is part 3 of 5 in the series FuturisticGoals & Sustainable Products

Can a “machine” actually make correct decisions? Science, with fundamentals principles (many Nobels) says NO. Let’s see why.

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