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Five Ways to Recruit and Retain Gen Z

January 28, 2019

Gen Z, true digital natives born post-1996, are entering the workforce with skills and expectations that require rethinking current hiring and workforce paradigms.

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2019 Cybersecurity Predictions: Threats Grow as New Opportunities and Risks Emerge

January 23, 2019

Cybersecurity experts from RSA and Secureworks weigh in on the cyber threats—and—opportunities organizations will face on their digital transformation journey in 2019.

Episode 27: Creating Unlimited Educational Opportunities…with Virtual Reality

Duration 30:38

How does an aspiring dancer become a pioneer of virtual reality technology? On this week’s episode, we highlight the extraordinary life of Dr Carolina Cruz-Neira, Interim Chair of the Department of Computer Science and Executive Director of Emerging Analytics Center at the University of Arkansas, Little Rock. As one of the inventors of the CAVE (cave automatic virtual environment) she is able to transport a room of people virtually to any place in the world, creating a collaborative learning environment. Hear more from Dr Cruz-Neira about the exciting applications of this technology.

Overcoming the Data Strategy Hurdle to AI Adoption

January 21, 2019

According to Forbes Insights research, only 12% of executives say they have an enterprise-wide data strategy. In this video, Dell EMC President & CTO, John Roese, talks to Tamara McCleary, CEO at Thulium, about how organizations can overcome the data strategy hurdle to AI adoption.

Why Gen Z is the Tech-First Workforce

Duration 0:41

Does Gen Z fear that technology will replace them in the workforce? Dell Technologies surveyed 12,000 Gen Z secondary and post-secondary students about their readiness for the workforce. In this short video, social media entrepreneur, Natalie Zfat, discusses some of the interesting results.

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Taking AI to the Humanities World

January 21, 2019

The Stephen A. Schwarzman College of Computing will target what MIT president Leo Rafael Reif calls “bilinguals” — students who will learn to use Artificial Intelligence (AI) to address challenges in areas like political science, economics, linguistics, anthropology, and urban studies.