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E58:  The Christensen Institute Asks the Theory About AVs, Tesla & AI

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E58: The Christensen Institute Asks the Theory About AVs, Tesla & AI

E58: The Christensen Institute Asks the Theory About AVs, Tesla & AI

Ben & Jay close out 2019 with our good friends at the Christensen Institute.  In a thought-provoking conversation, Rich Alton, Director of Emerging Research at the Christensen Institute and Chandrasekar Iyer, visiting fellow of Emerging Research and consultant at Tata Consultancy Services delve into their recent paper The Race for Autonomous Ride-Hailing: Developing a Strategy for Success.  This is a great case study for applying the theory of disruptive innovation–why it’s important to understand the categorization of innovations and how to predict success for new entrants and incumbents.

Rich and Chandra also weigh in on Jay’s December 2018 Medium post, “Elon, Clay & Disruption,” as well as AI in the healthcare setting.  Get your gear ready for a robust disruptive innovation geek out session!

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