I recently found this article at UPI. US Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke recently made some observations on the perception of innovation. Innovation can be successful, but it can easily misfire, the current economic state is a testament to that. Two statements in the article caught my attention:
"Innovation, once held up as the solution, is now more often than not perceived as the problem," he said, adding later, "good intentions," among financiers "are not enough."
What are your comments on this?