Technological Transformation

Talent, not technology, is the key to success in a digital future

Andoroid Repliee Q2 (L) faces graduate student Motoko Noma at an exhibition during Core Technology Symposium in Tokyo October 31, 2006. Repliee Q2, with 42 actuators to generate humanlike behaviour, has been developed by the Department of Adaptive Machine Systems Graduate School of Engineering of Osaka University.          REUTERS/Kiyoshi Ota (JAPAN) - GF1DTVKUSWAA

We need to find an equilibrium between machines and people. Image: REUTERS/Kiyoshi Ota

Scott Snyder
Partner, Heidrick & Struggles
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