3D printed food: Just because we can doesn't always mean we should
Vanessa Matthijssen and Chris Deliopoulos, Deloitte Australia
Food technologies such as 3D printing allow us unprecedented control of the flavor, color, texture, and nutritional content of food. These innovations and technological advancements require us to explore some of the ethical and societal implications of food engineering. Learn more >
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Deloitte Global CEO Punit Renjen's early career experience
Thirty years ago, Deloitte Global CEO Punit Renjen began his career at Deloitte. In this LinkedIn blog post he details an ironic twist at the start of his career that has proved to be a valuable life lesson.
The World Economic Forum Releases This Year's Top Ten Emerging Technologies
By Jeffrey Carbeck PhD, Specialist Leader, Advanced Materials and Manufacturing
As part of Deloitte's delegation at the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting of the New Champions Carbeck shares this year's Annual List of The Top Ten Emerging Technologies. The list constitutes the best thinking of a broad group of scientists, technologists, entrepreneurs, and futurists.
Companies benefit from the Fourth Industrial Revolution, but do countries?
By Gary Coleman, Global Industry and Senior Client Advisor for Deloitte Consulting
The fourth industrial revolution can provide a solid competitive edge for companies who create innovative business models enabled by advanced technologies. But when it comes to national economies, where and how is the fourth industrial revolution (4IR) enhancing competitiveness?
The future of work
Heather Stockton, Deloitte Canada Partner, Talent Strategy and Business Transformation
What skills are essentially human? With the advent of AI, robotics, sensors, and cognitive computing, that’s what every HR professional should be asking—because the future of work is here.
Telling the right story: The employee experience mandate
Veronica Melian, Human Capital Consulting Leader for Latco
Today’s employees see things differently. Employees look at everything that happens at work as an integrated experience. If HR professionals want to keep employees from voting with their feet, here are some key points to pay attention to.
Developing Africa’s infrastructure, one school at a time
By Nick Prior, Global Infrastructure & Capital Projects Leader
Nick Prior shares his experience following his return from a series of meetings in Kenya focused on the work Deloitte is doing in the Infrastructure and Capital projects space. We’re now really seeing the impact that organizations like Deloitte can make. Learn more about Nick’s experiences …
The future of work and the impact of technology
Tim Hanley, Global Consumer & Industrial Products Leader
In an increasingly connected world, one only has to think of how platforms such as Facebook, Netflix, or Uber have transformed how we interact with and perceive different industries. As AI systems, robotics, and cognitive tools grow in sophistication, almost every job is being reinvented.
Supporting social mobility through skills and learning
As David Barnes, Deloitte Global Managing Director for Public Policy, travels to South Africa as part of the Deloitte delegation to the WEF Africa Summit, he shares his perspectives on the intersection of the future of work and social mobility.
Punit Renjen inks letter to his younger self
Deloitte Global CEO on the journeys ahead
"I will try to keep the spoilers to a minimum, but you have quite a journey ahead of you." In his latest LinkedIn blog post, Deloitte Global CEO Punit Renjen provides life lessons to his younger self.
Start-ups to steer UK adoption of driverless vehicles
Mike Woodward, Deloitte UK Automotive leader
Deloitte UK Automotive leader Mike Woodward provides insights on the key role start-ups will play in UK's move to join technology with the automotive industry in adopting driverless vehicles.