We are in an era of tremendous, rapid technological advancement, one that is disrupting old business models and forcing industries to change.
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.
I don’t know where technology will lead us in the future, but I do know that a smart city is one that improves our lives while preserving our values.
Understanding the present can be as daunting as imagining the future. For all intents and purposes, the two have merged.
Companies, instead of planning, must make repeated and quick attempts with partners to adapt to the frequent technological and social changes of our world.
As with so many topics in today’s extremely polarized political climate, this issue has writers and scientists on both sides claiming certainty and normal citizens left deciding who to trust and what to believe.
Soon, IoT-enabled digital workspaces will help create office environments that automatically adapt to a user’s individual preferences.
The ways in which AI could improve our world are countless—in fact there is barely any issue facing our world today that AI couldn’t play a valuable part in the fight against.
Volkswagen, Mercedes, Renault, PSA, Opel and Porche are all showing new concepts, production cars or both and all appear to be pursuing electric vehicles.
The summit welcomes thousands of entrepreneurs, potential investors, and large corporates who use the event to recruit their next generation of talented young men and women.