Designing products and businesses that change things.
Designing a strategy for the age of AI
Through their Global AI Summit, we helped R/GA develop a strategy to, yet again, be on the cutting edge of the next major technology trend.
Designing new customer experiences through intelligent products
We are helping technical and non-technical employees find new ways to work together and work for their customers.
Commercializing a breakthrough green chemistry
We have teamed up with a University of Minnesota spin-out to help commercialize a better, greener and cheaper ingredient for consumer packaged goods.
Designing a sports coach that learns with you
Using advanced augmented reality and artificial intelligence, we are co-creating a coach-in-your-pocket to improve an athlete’s performance and enjoyment of the game.
Developing an AI-ready workforce
We led over 200 executives and educators at the State of Oregon’s Talent Summit through a workshop to understand, assess and plan for the skills that working Oregonians need for current and future jobs.
Delivering insights on the future of AI
We built an advisory and publishing business focused on the future of AI which was acquired by Atlantic Media.
Developing an AI-ready workforce
We helped up-skill the advertising team on the future of AI, enabling better communication and business development with high tech clients.
Designing ethical, intelligent technologies
We helped the National Head Start Association’s catalyst group, the Headstarter Network, design guidelines and tools for using AI in early childhood education.
Educating the next generation
We used our design thinking toolkit to help high school students design an AI-based application that they’d want themselves.
Developing an adventure-oriented spirits brand
We developed a unique brand and multiple formulations that evoked the feeling of adventuring in the mountains.
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When the New York Times approached us and asked for us to host a session about AI for the ad team we knew we were going into an organization that had sophisticated AI already at work.
We wanted to test out a new AI-specific design sprint ideas and couldn’t think of a better place than a classroom full of RPA teens who were both digital natives and curious about how to design apps and AI-enabled products.
When we were asked to run a workshop at R/GA’s Global AI Summit on strategy and opportunity in the age of AI, our challenge was to be more creative than the creatives.
Leaders and talent management professionals need to understand AI because successful integration relies on people. This will be especially true post-COVID19 as economies and organizations recover. As an HR professional or talent manager, how can you assess AI readiness in your organization? To answer this question, we put together a talent development readiness kit for AI.
Now, with everyone at home—remote, virtual, distributed—there’s a new challenge to add to the list; how to maintain productivity, engagement and learning. We’ve been working to get all our workshops and learning journeys at Level 3; adaptation.
The coronavirus crisis is accelerating the adoption of AI-powered systems to recruit, evaluate, track and onboard employees. As our societies adjust to the shock of the crisis, likely including several cycles of self-isolation over the coming months, coronavirus is accelerating several prominent future-of-work trends. One of the most important is the use of automated hiring systems.