Kaleido’s Research Outlook

Kaleido Insights provides clarity in a fragmented technology landscape. Our mission is to enable organizations to decipher, foresee, and act on technological disruption with agility, based on our rigorous original research. You can find our upcoming research agenda below, and more information on our coverage here.

Digital Ethics: Personalized Wellness: Biometric Interfaces: Renewables: Innovation Culture:
Decisions of technology application, access, governance, and risk which determine impacts on people, planet, and society. The digitization of mind, body, communities, space in which consumer and enterprise technologies are used to monitor or improve wellbeing. A shared point of interaction between humans and technology, in which the interface for data emissions are biometric-based. Technology supporting the human and commercial use of energy sources which are naturally replenished on a human timescale. The mindset and programs required for modern organizations to innovate both internally and externally across their ecosystem.
Cybersecurity & Safety: Health Data Ecosystems: Networked World: Efficiencies & Waste: Distributed Workforces:
Protection of digital and physical systems and data, and related risks to human safety, assets, and institutions. The stewardship, interoperability, and regulation of health and biometric data in marketplaces. The digitization and interoperability of objects, cities and interactions using  sensors, servers, cloud services, and IT infrastructure. Technological advancements supporting consumer and industrial energy efficiencies and waste reductions. Diverse types of working environments, talent ecosystems, and on-demand jobs enabled through technology.
Digital Identity & Reputation Precision Healthcare: Edge Advancements: Energy Networks: Talent & Automation:
The digital representation, rights, and reputation of individuals, assets, and events which authorize interactions in a network. The customization of traditional healthcare, treatments, practices, and products based on data surrounding an individual patient. A form of distributed computing in which data processing, storage, analytics are handled “local” to where data are generated. Network technologies and digital assets used to optimize energy loads, distribution, and access, localize generation, and offset carbon emissions. Varied hard and soft skills, new job categories, generational changes, and HR impacts driven by automation.