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Lux Take on News: Weekly Round-Up March 27, 2020

This week's expert insights on major technology news headlines, and of course COVID-19. Get the #LuxTake on what disruptive technologies are in the spotlight for the final week of March.

What Are Digital Biomarkers?

Digital biomarkers, like any other data set or combination of data sets, have the potential to allow companies to personalize products to their clientele, streamline operations, and develop alternative revenue streams.

Lux Take on News: Weekly Round-Up March 20, 2020

This week's expert insights on major technology news headlines. Get the #LuxTake on what disruptive technologies are in the spotlight this week.

Flexible Manufacturing Systems Combined with Industry 4.0 Can Further Progress Toward Mass Customization

Mass customization is the holy grail of modern manufacturing, as it requires companies to apply a higher level of automation and machine intelligence, also increasing costs and often slowing the production process.

How to Prepare Innovation Teams for a Coronavirus-Driven Downturn

The COVID-19 pandemic has already disrupted patterns of life and work across Asia, Europe, and the Americas. While measures to ensure the safety of staff are still the immediate worry for executives, they will quickly need to turn to thinking about how the business should respond.

What to expect from AI in 2020

The AI market continues to evolve at an unprecedented pace. In 2019, more than $36 billion was invested into AI startups, and hundreds of AI companies were acquired. In this blog, we highlight six key trends in the AI landscape and propose what they mean for 2020.

Lux Take on News: Weekly Round-Up March 13, 2020

This week's expert insights on major technology news headlines. Get the #LuxTake on what disruptive technologies are in the spotlight this week.

The Next Chapter: Four Storylines Driving the Energy Transition

This year, Lux Research introduces four new storylines driving the energy transition – Evolution of Energy Networks, Decarbonization of Industry, Optimal Use of Resources, and Future Energy for Mobility.

The Future of Seafood

Innovation is creating opportunities across the seafood supply chain. From the production of insect protein and SCP for feed to developments in cellular agriculture and GE fish, industry players must reassess conventional processes and products to cater to evolving industry and consumer demands.

Breaking the Barrier: 2035 Global Renewables Penetration

As the world’s energy production continues to trend toward decentralization, decarbonization, and digitization, it is no longer a question of if global renewables penetration will exceed 40% within the next 15 years but how fast and where these high penetrations will occur.

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