Enterra Insights


In this blog, we discuss cognitive computing and other technologies with a focus on supply chain management and innovation. Other topics of discussion include digital enterprise transformation, marketing, the Internet of Things, and smart cities. Our goal is to advance the public discussion about how cognitive computing and other advanced technologies affect the world in which we live.

Bradd C. Hayes is the active editor of this blog.

Resilience in Kurdistan

Stephen DeAngelis

May 11, 2007

In Wednesday's post, I wrote that Kurdistan's relative peace has permitted it to achieve a level of prosperity and economic growth that is the envy of the rest of Iraq. [READ MORE]

Where is My Replicator?

Stephen DeAngelis

May 10, 2007

Science fiction has often been a catalyst for ideas. [READ MORE]

An Overview of Kurdistan

Stephen DeAngelis

May 09, 2007

I'm currently visiting Iraq -- more specifically, the Kurdish portion of Iraq often referred to as Kurdistan. [READ MORE]

On Becoming a Tiger

Stephen DeAngelis

May 08, 2007

The tiger has become the international symbol for countries with healthy (even spectacular) rates of economic growth. [READ MORE]

Supreme Court Adds New Tests for Patents

Stephen DeAngelis

May 07, 2007

In what many analysts consider its most important patent ruling in decades, the Supreme Court established new tests for issuing patents that combine elements of previously issued patents [" [READ MORE]

The Economist and the Evernet

Stephen DeAngelis

May 04, 2007

Last month I wrote a post on [READ MORE]

Trends and Shocks

Stephen DeAngelis

May 03, 2007

Retired Navy Captain Terry Pudas, who inherited the Pentagon's Office of Force Transformation from the late Art Cebrowski, recently wrote a short piece describing an alternative construct for defense planning [" [READ MORE]