Artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things are already transforming modern life, from voice-activated personal assistants, to self-parking cars, to self-configuring conference rooms, to systems that help doctors diagnose disease.
Ever since grunts became words, speech has helped us learn, plan, and do amazing things. Our communication has been shaped by twin desires: to be understood and to understand.
It’s 2038 and the last conventional thermal engine car has, just like the dinosaur, been consigned to the museum.
In recent years, virtual, augmented and mixed reality captured imaginations and shaped trends. Now they’re poised to become mainstays of everyday reality.
No value can be extracted from data without a complete knowledge of the human element behind it, and data processing cannot be successful without a clear and thought-out strategy.
As ubiquitous connectivity grows in capacity and pervasiveness, there should really be no difference between working from any physical location and accessing a virtual workspace.
In an unprecedented move, Larry Fink, the CEO of Black Rock has sent a letter to the all the CEOs of the S&P 500 urging them to focus on the long term and make their firms more sustainable.
In response to the ever-changing environments in which we do business, I strongly believe companies have to innovate constantly, not only to survive but to thrive.
The UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) guide us through tackling the most pressing global problems, setting 17 goals, each with their own targets, to be reached by 2030.
When digital services are delivered via the cloud, public cloud providers like Amazon, Google, IBM and Microsoft can leverage massive efficiencies of scale that no corporate data center could match.