Companies, instead of planning, must make repeated and quick attempts with partners to adapt to the frequent technological and social changes of our world.
We have had to “hit refresh” many times since that first speech at the Tokyo Motor Show, including bringing together Renault and Nissan in the early days of the Alliance.
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.
In recent years, virtual, augmented and mixed reality captured imaginations and shaped trends. Now they’re poised to become mainstays of everyday reality.
With the number of applications and IoT-connected sensors already mushrooming in today’s smart cities, firewalls are now largely obsolete.
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.
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.
Q&A with Minoru Usui, CEO, Epson: "Moverio is an excellent example of how technology can contribute to people's imaginative powers and also increase their efficiency."
Recently Enel has unveiled a new brand, Enel X, reflecting its strategy of opening up energy to new uses, new technologies, new partnerships and new services.
Q&A with Ryan O’Keeffe, Director of Communications, Enel : "Our vision for Open Power is nothing less than to solve some of the world’s biggest challenges."
Last week the company that makes Peugeot and Citroen cars, PSA, purchased the European division of General Motors which makes Opel and Vauxhall vehicles.