New research reveals that human-machine partnerships and emerging technologies will usher in a more inclusive and rewarding work experience over the next decade. Explore the findings.
Imagine this: You put on a pair of virtual-reality glasses. You see a school in a poor, rural Chinese village. You turn your head to see inside the door and you find a group of students gathered in a small classroom, learning with technology.
The display requirements in different industries, like finance, oil and gas or education are vastly different for users. Kirk Schell, Senior Vice President, Client Solutions, Asia-Pacific, Japan and China at Dell Technologies, discusses how virtual and mixed reality technology is demanding ever more sophisticated displays needed to translate data into the visual.
In this short interview, Eric Vanderburg, Vice President, Cybersecurity, at TCDI, shares best practices for organizations and individuals to leverage IoT generated data while staying ahead of security threats.
In this short interview, Tamara McCleary, CEO at Thulium, explains the difference between Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML).
With the increasing volume of data being collected, cloud computing does not yield the best results for certain types of analytics and real time decision making. Ravi Pendekanti, SVP of Server Product Management and Marketing at Dell EMC, and Scott Aylor, Corporate Vice President and General Manager for Enterprise Solutions at AMD. discuss how a new distributed and secure compute model must replace certain processes that are currently still in the cloud.
Between now and 2030, humans and machines will work in closer concert with each other, transforming our lives. Take a look at what’s coming down the pike next.