I’m editor-in-chief of WIRED magazine’s UK edition, Condé Nast's award-winning technology-and-innovations magazine. I’ve taken 110 flights in the past year to investigate the companies and entrepreneurs changing our world, recently spending time with the founders of WhatsApp, LinkedIn, DeepMind, Spotify, Xiaomi, and countless other disruptive startups from Tel Aviv to Shenzhen. My recent keynote talks have included events for banks, governments and Fortune 100 companies, and recent stage interviews have ranged from will.i.am to James Murdoch and David Cameron. I’ve written regular columns in GQ, Condé Nast Traveller, Campaign, The Times and The Guardian; I’ve wide experience as a newspaper editor, including editing The Jewish Chronicle and The Guardian's websites and Comment pages; I’ve made TV films for Channel 4 News; and I’ve written long features for The Telegraph Magazine, Sunday Times Magazine and Observer. At WIRED I’ve extended the brand into conferences, apps, and a consulting arm. I have a cover story in the current issue of WIRED about Xiaomi, the big Chinese tech company, as part of a Chinese innovation special (Headline: “It’s time to copy China”). Previous WIRED stories of mine have include an in-depth report on how Microsoft Kinect was created, early access to WhatsApp, a cover story on Reid Hoffman, founder of LinkedIn, a BuzzFeed cover story, and a Rakuten story. I’ve written big features about growth-hacking and Singularity University. Last year I wrote cover stories about DeepMind (the AI company bought by Google) and Facebook’s plans for Messenger.
How successful business can take advantage of digital disruption:
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17. maj 2016 11:30