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With Ingrid Ødegaard of Whereby It is difficult to find aspects of our lives that were not affected by the internet. But, while nearly all aspects of our lives have been touched, in some areas, it’s difficult to see why change hasn’t gone farther. Work is definitely a field in which new communication methods had a major impact in the last 20 years, pushing us to rethink our ideas of offices, work teams and business. But, while…
Alternatives to Our Current Voting & Governance Schemes Millennials saw the development and growth of many technologies. However, many of these technologies are also already outdated as digitisation and innovation march on. They have impacted almost every aspect of our lives. Previous generations had to adapt quickly to this change, while new ones do not even imagine how the world was before the rise of the internet. Although communication was largely affected by technological progress,…
Observing the progress of the unplanned global experiment in remote working that the Covid-19 pandemic posed, we released our new report, “Remote Work in Europe, 2030”. But these changes began well before 2020. The advent of the internet found fertile ground in the 20th century amid relative political stability and the integration of world economies, revolutionising many aspects of our lives. Digital communication, expansive WiFi coverage, and the wide variety of devices at…
Sparking Interest, Blockchain & Fellowship Programme With Carlos Gómez As part of our goal of curating research that matters to innovators at the forefront of emerging technology, we’ve created a community of experts to weigh-in on our reports. These Fellows collaborate throughout our research process and provide us with invaluable insights and quotes. As the network has grown, we want to take some time to highlight the individuals who make up this community. Carlos Gómez is…
What will the fallout of China’s CBDC be on the Euro? The global power that controlling world trade brings means that countries have been vying for this position since the 1400s. While never out of the minds of world leaders, this struggle for dominance continues to make news and is increasingly tied to emerging tech circles. Central Bank Digital Currencies or CBDCs have been the cause of this. This is increased by China preparing to launch its…
Finance, Startups, and Driving Innovation with Dr. Estelle Brack Dr. Estelle Brack, Founder & Chairman of KiraliT, is at the forefront of digitisation in the financial sector. She recently joined dGen as the Fellow of France. In this capacity, she will serve as an expert advisor on our research, and help us develop the most interesting areas of research. We reached out to get a few more insights into what she’s working on, the…
August 2020 In August, while many people take holidays and time to disconnect, the research agenda doesn’t stop. Despite the heat, white papers, work papers, and research reports have continued rolling. In the tech ecosystem, high-quality content abounds. There is always research that you don’t want to miss, and our team has picked the best releases of August. Here we’ve compiled our top recommendations: 1. Bank of International Settlements Rise of the central bank digital currencies:
with Tikshala Gothankar It has been three months since our Ambassador Programme kicked off. Tikshala Gothankar, our dGen Ambassador for The Netherlands, was the first person who joined this programme. Since then, she has never stopped to surprise us with her outstanding performances and a hard-working mindset. Her passion for technology, her desire to learn from the European tech ecosystem, and her determination make her a priceless asset within the dGen Team. She shared with us…