Monthly Archives: September 2015

The Future of Innovation – at Fujitsu

Published 24 September 2015

James Woudhuysen delivers the keynote address to Fujitsu UK & Ireland’s conference of Distinguished Engineers, held on 24 September 2015 at Warwick University

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Invasion of the sexbots? Get a grip

Published 23 September 2015

In 1988, before the internet arrived in anybody’s house, I helped lead Britain’s first study of e-commerce – what was then known as ‘teleshopping’.

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Report on Sheffield City Centre, September 2015

Published 22 September 2015

This report suggests how technology and a fresh, libertarian approach to the future of Britain’s cities could go one better than the samey, grey spatial determinism that passes for urban policy these days

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What agility means for business

Published 17 September 2015

With the new digital tools that are now available, organisations of every size can trade ideas and collaborate more easily than ever before.

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Where next for company cars?

The attractiveness of cars in a Green age

Published 4 September 2015

Britons want to do their bit for the environment. We are conscious of energy ratings when we buy or rent houses; we give money and time to green causes; we recycle more of our waste. Moreover Britain’s political parties continuously repeat how committed they are to fighting global warming.

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