Columbus, Ohio faces many of the same issues as other midsize and midwestern American cities: suburban sprawl, increased commute times, and a lack of accessible public transit and walkability. Will smart technology be enough to solve those issues and more?
As the cyberthreat landscape multiplies, deception strategies as part of an overall cybersecurity toolkit are gaining momentum. Both governments and businesses can benefit from having a better understanding of deception techniques, including hacking back. Here’s how it works—and what to consider.
Digitizing data opens opportunities for predictive analytics and critical business insights. But what if these insights might also be of value to other entities—customers, suppliers, and even outside businesses? See how some early mover companies are leading the way in data monetization.
The key to fueling the burgeoning private space exploration industry? Water. Read how a Seattle-based startup plans to mine asteroids for water, or more specifically, hydrogen and oxygen — the makings of rocket fuel.
Hiring a diverse workforce is smart business. Yet even with the best intentions, hiring decisions can still be influenced by personal factors we may not even be aware of. Fortunately, AI technology is gaining momentum in the recruitment field and is beginning to tackle the issue of unconscious bias.
The Internet of Things is shaking up industries from agriculture to healthcare. Golf is no exception. From connected golf clubs to golf balls embedded with RFID chips, IoT is giving golf a tech makeover.
When a former product lead at Google realized how many of her friends shared her frustrations with dating apps, she set out to create a new one that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to eliminate the real-life bugs of dating.