Mike Elgan

Contributing Columnist

Mike Elgan is a technology-obsessed journalist, author, blogger, podcaster and digital nomad. Learn more at his website: elgan.com.


The one real problem with synthetic media

The one real problem with synthetic media

Companies are publishing DALL-E 2 and ChatGPT content into a legal void.

Reframing our understanding of remote work

Remote work is not a place but a skill set. Successful companies and employees are learning those skills. Are you?

ChatGPT: Finally, an AI chatbot worth talking to

ChatGPT: Finally, an AI chatbot worth talking to

The newest research project from OpenAI is actually interesting — and already useful. Before long, AI like this will transform business communications.

It's time to talk about productivity again

US worker productivity is in the toilet right now. It's time to stop blaming and start fixing.

How ‘synthetic media’ will transform business forever

How ‘synthetic media’ will transform business forever

Over the next 10 years, AI will improve, accelerate and transform the creation of video, sound, and words

Bashing 4 new myths about digital nomads

The digital nomad honeymoon is over, and the backlash has begun. Here are the new myths — and the facts — about digital nomads.

Smartphone satellite expectations will soon crash to Earth

Smartphone satellite expectations will soon crash to Earth

A new tech revolution enables everyday smartphones to connect to space. But the business benefit isn’t really there.

It's time to quit quitting on the quiet quitters

Disengaged employees who choose to do less at work is a problem that needs solving. Here's what you can do.

Why Apple is building two different smartglasses platforms

Why Apple is building two different smartglasses platforms

A new theory is coming into focus: Apple’s first face computer probably won't be for you. It'll be for the developers.

What you need to know about the metaverse office of the future

Yes, the vast array of technologies that fall under the “metaverse” umbrella will come to the workplace. But, no, we will not work in the metaverse.

Why your company should subscribe to podcasting

One popular, inexpensive, and easy communications medium can solve a breathtaking range of remote-work problems.

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