
Dr Mark van Rijmenam is the publisher of the ‘f(x) = e^{x}‘ newsletter read by thousands of executives. This is a weekly newsletter, with a dose of insights into the future. The topic of this newsletter is the exponential times we live in, hence the title of f(x) = e^{x}, which is the (natural) exponential function.
You can subscribe to this newsletter via the below form or read some of the past issues below:
 01/04/2020 – The f(x)=e^x  The Rise of Digitalism: Will the Coronavirus Trigger the End of Liberalism?
 26/03/2020 – The f(x)=e^x  The rise of the digital employee
 18/03/2020 – The f(x)=e^x  The Problems of Misinformation during Corona
 10/03/2020 – The f(x) = e^x  How tokenization will change the economy
 18/02/2020 – The f(x)=e^x  What is decentralised finance?
 29/01/2020 – The f(x)=e^x  Purposedriven tokenisation
 23/01/2020 – The f(x)=e^x  5 initiatives to ensure ethical AI
 08/01/2020 – The f(x)=e^x  Fighting fake news
 18/12/2019 – The f(x)=e^x  Clarifying the Path to Tokenisation
 11/12/2019 – The f(x)=e^x  How chatbots improve your business
 04/12/2019 – The f(x)=e^x  We have a trust issue
 27/11/2019 – The f(x)=e^x  7 technology trends for 2020
 20/11/2019 – The f(x)=e^x  4 steps to digital transformation
 13/11/2019 – The f(x)=e^x  Responsibilities of tomorrow’s organisation
 06/11/2019 – The f(x)=e^x  Why tokens matter
 30/10/2019 – The f(x)=e^x  How AI Will Change Your Workplace
 24/10/2019 – The f(x)=e^x  Data security and the organisation of tomorrow
 16/10/2019 – The f(x)=e^x  The future of work
 09/10/2019 – The f(x)=e^x  Why we should be careful with AI
 02/10/2019 – The f(x)=e^x  What if dogs could talk to humans?
 25/09/2019 – The f(x)=e^x  7 blockchain challenges
 18/09/2019 – The f(x)=e^x  The database of tomorrow
 11/09/2019 – The f(x)=e^x  Can blockchain end poverty?
 04/09/2019 – The f(x)=e^x  Algorithms are black boxes
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