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    Sequencing Made Simpler member content locked

    By Garza, Amelia Talk about a lessons learned database. U.S. construction and engineering giant Bechtel has been in business for 120 years, with some 25,000 construction projects under its belt—many of them…

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    Escaping Pilot Purgatory member content locked

    By Waity, C. J. Pilot projects can bridge the gap between a brilliant idea and a valuable product—but only if the bridge is successfully completed and built to scale. And in the age of disruption, that doesn't…

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    3D Printing Takes to the Skies member content locked

    By Fister Gale, Sarah The U.S. space shuttle had over 2.5 million parts—an incredible feat of engineering, but also a staggering number of pieces that could break. Recently, aerospace companies have been embracing 3D…

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    Cognitive Care member content locked

    Artificial intelligence (AI) might be just what the doctor ordered. Healthcare organizations are collaborating with scientists and tech companies to launch R&D and pilot projects. The goal is to…

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    Drive Through Change member content locked

    By Parsi, Novid At many quick-service restaurants, drive-thru orders and pickups now outperform dining rooms. At Jack in the Box, more than 70 percent of sales are made from the front seat of cars, and in August…

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    Speed Tracer member content locked

    By Fister Gale, Sarah Companies are discovering a real-world use for blockchain, using the tech to launch new traceability projects that help them track everything from food to jewels more accurately—and faster. In…

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    Alexa, Pack for Asia member content locked

    The yen for new tech isn't uniform around the globe—and project portfolios to develop new artificial intelligence (AI) products shouldn't be either.

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    Autopilot Perils member content locked

    From robots performing repetitive manufacturing tasks to computer programs that analyze data and generate solutions, automation is suddenly everywhere—and driving a new demand for projects. Nearly…

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    Cultural Anchor member content locked

    By Parsi, Novid The transformation of Kaohsiung, Taiwan from an industrial port city to a major cultural hub has been decades in the making. And now the city has a linchpin for that evolution: a massive performing…

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    Old MacDonald had a Robot member content locked

    By Bishel, Ashley Even the most sophisticated farming equipment typically has a human at the wheel. Delicate tasks—such as planting seedlings or only harvesting certain crops—require discerning hands. But a new crop…

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