Research shows optimism can help you live longer, perform better and boost your energy. In Greg Bowen’s experience as a leader at Dell Technologies, he feels that optimism could have a similar effect on organizations. Learn how and why this SVP and CTO of Dell Digital helps others see the bright side of digital transformation.
By 2030, our lives will be more connected, mobile and digital than ever before. Emerging technologies are enabling us to augment, enhance, and optimize our lives; from autonomous vehicles to connected homes and digital cities. Explore the research.
This week on Trailblazers, we look at the evolution of the job search in the internet era.
Learn how a Japanese industrial electronics company used real-time insights into its production process to speed up manufacturing and increase throughput. Using artificial intelligence, edge computing and data analytics, Daihen Corporation and FogHorn Systems worked together to eliminate 5,000 hours of manual process and effectively double the Osaka plant’s output.
Connected mobility is a new piece of digital transformation. Learn how Dell Technologies is working directly with the automotive industry to help realize this transformation, and what that means for you and the future of transportation.
Data analytics is an unconventional weapon in the NFL, the technological equivalent to an extra player on the field. Experts say it’s just a matter of time before a team wins the Super Bowl because of its work with player- and ball-tracking data and more.
AI tech is continuing to bring us closer and closer to our beloved canines. By leveraging machine learning, brain-decoding algorithms and other technologies, researchers are demonstrating, in a variety of new and fascinating ways, how humans and animals show emotion through similar processes and behaviors.
As Pittsburgh works toward smart city status, its bold technology plans aim to improve transportation, increase residential safety, enhance mobility, address climate change and more.
Wearable technology captures rugby players’ heart rates, body temperatures, and other vital signals for on-the-field-monitoring and safety assessments, while mouthguards embedded with sensors record and transmit the sheer force of any collisions. Advocates hope this data will encourage deeper conversations about best practices to keep players safe.