Disruptive Technologies and Shaping Ecosystems

Disruptive Technologies & Shaping Ecosystems

CSB research on Disruptive Technologies & Shaping Ecosystems explores how new technologies can be implemented sustainably, by developing business models that are ecocentric and socially just.

Emerging technologies bring new opportunities for businesses, but as they change the way companies operate, systems can become disrupted, causing inequality and harm.

Disruptive technologies such as cyber-security systems, blockchain and cryptocurrencies, or Artificial Intelligence, can facilitate the shaping of business ecosystems, but these require balance and diversity to thrive.

Implementing disruptive technologies sustainably means companies need to make an effort to do business in ecocentric and socially just ways.

The CSB is working on agenda-shaping research that encourages us to rethink how ecosystems and technology can be used to generate net positive outcomes.

Research areas include:

  • Disruptive technologies and inequality
  • Power structures
  • Drone technologies
  • Food security
  • Cyber-security
  • Shaping futures and ecosystems
  • Blockchain and cryptocurrencies
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Scaling sustainability

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