The creative work environment

A model explaining the relationship between an employee’s creativity and the organization’s ability to innovate

You can only imagine what you know

How an insatiable hunger for knowledge forms an essential foundation for world famous inventions

Art with an extended arm

Why primates can’t use creativity to make art and why artificial intelligence can – in a few decades.

The Architecture of Creativity

How Apple’s state of the art new HQ is designed to optimally facilitate the creative output of its employees

Creative Destruction

The meaning of creativity from both a Western and Eastern point of view

Making the EU Great Again

Why not show European citizens the creative potential of the EU and improve its image along the way.

A good plan violently executed

While young Boyan Slat is determined to rid the oceans of plastic, the experts keep telling him it’s not a good idea

Shell’s looming Kodak moment

How the trend towards renewable energy disrupts Shell’s core business and why the company should quickly reinvent itself

Standing out from the crowd

How Dutch artist and inventor Daan Roosegaarde is reduced to a showman and a fraud in Dutch TV program College Tour - and why it left me puzzled

Why robots will work for us

The robot revolution will easily generate new, specialized human jobs, rather than just take them away

It takes three to tango

Walter Isaacson's book 'The Innovators' describes how successful inventions are built on vision, engineering skills and entrepreneurship

Creative by influence

Researchers at Rutgers University create an algorithm that assesses a painting's originality by its influence on others

The road to singularity

A model predicting terrorist behaviour reveals the first step towards creative artificial intelligence

Brainstorming on your own

By connecting 'remote associations' Seenapse is the first step towards the digital brainstorm

3D printed human beings

Though we don’t know exactly where 3D printing will take us, it will most definitely physically change us