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The 4W technique works best when a number of stakeholders who will be involved in designing, testing, and releasing a new product are participating. The key is having at least 6 people, to as many as 24, divided into teams no larger than 4.

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In other words, our devices have been designed to simulate affordances--the quality which allows an object to perform a function, such as a handle, a dial or a wheel--but not actually have them. Follmer says that's not the way it's supposed to be. "As humans, we have evolved to interact physically with our environments, but in the 21st century, we're missing out on all of this tactile sensation that is meant to guide us, limit us, and make us feel more connected," he says. "In the transition to purely digital interfaces, something profound has been lost."

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This isn’t to say that the authors are wrong; the macroforces they discuss seem unstoppable. With the right incentives, the future could be fantastic. Just beware of the pesky humans getting in the way.

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People are likely to want to have the option to choose how their vehicle behaves, both in an emergency and in general, so it seems the issue of adjustable ethics will become real as robotically controlled vehicles become more common.

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The makers of a software program that monitors employees' computer use at work have a simple recipe for productivity: Work hard for 52 minutes, then take a break for 17.

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Raymond de Villiers is TomorrowToday’s Gen Y guru. He works hard to understand today’s young people, and then make sense of them for you and me and our businesses. He’s packaged some of his insights into short “thought bullet” videos that I am sure will be valuable to you.

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The next time you need to make a decision or come up with a new idea in a group, call timeout and give the note-and-vote a try.

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This farm is run by robots. They feed 180 cows, monitor their health, clean their stables and milk them whenever the cows choose. Fons Kersten, who runs the place, just needs to keep an eye on his phone. An app alerts him if a cow needs human attention.

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Tomorrow’s world: A guide to the next 150 years. Infographic

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The nanomaterial graphene could prove to be the most important synthetic material since plastic, but a cost-effective mass-production method for the material has as yet evaded commercialization. Now Graphene 3D Lab, a company based in Calverton, N.Y., appears to be on the verge of commercializing graphene-enhanced filaments compatible with fused deposition modeling (FDM) 3D printers.

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