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Surrey Centre for the Digital Economy - Issue #8

It's all here: a focus on entrepreneurship and startups -- with our new blog and the latest from ENDu

Surrey Centre for the Digital Economy

October 28 · Issue #8 · View online
This week in the digital economy.

It’s all here: a focus on entrepreneurship and startups – with our new blog and the latest from ENDuRE – plus the IoT and the Experience Trap.

Is Artificial Intelligence Making Workplace Stress Redundant?
Just in from the European Network of Design for Resilient Entrepreneurship (ENDuRE): “Following on from last week’s post, ENDuRE are excited to announce their International Partners Conference 2016 taking place on December 1 – 2nd at the University of Pisa, Italy!
The agenda for this year’s Conference is still in the works, but what we know for sure is that the University of Surrey will be presenting the latest updates on ENDuRE’s online platform ( Sources tell us this is to include the addition of the legendary bespoke Tool Kit – a wealth of free resources such as course materials and video tutorials – and Volume One of ENDuRE’s three-volume e-book. Stay tuned for more news on this story next month!”
This is why entrepreneurs need b-schools | CJBS Insight
16 Ways to Tell If You Should Launch Your Startup – Marketing and Entrepreneurship – Medium
Interesting to see how the poor security of many IoT devices is leading directly to cyber attacks that exploit their insecure software to launch coordinated denial of service attacks on websites. Look for lots more of these kinds of stories over the coming months….
Chinese firm admits its hacked DVRs, cameras were behind Friday's massive DDOS attack | PCWorld
Interested to read this article…and ask the question whether the speed of change in the digital economy has made experience obsolete? The implications are huge…
Your experience is probably worth a lot less than you think | TechCrunch
Along similar lines, but focusing more on complexity than rapid change, is this HBR paper titled The Experience Trap.
THE EXPERIENCE TRAP | The Case Centre, for educators
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