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How High-Tech Wearables Could Save Rugby

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.

How this Hospital Ship Uses Tech to Deliver Hope and Healing on the High Seas

Since 1978, Mercy Ships has performed free surgeries and delivered state-of-the-art medical care to the most impoverished areas in the world. Learn how technology helps seek out patients, and how keeping the onboard IT infrastructure simple is key as Mercy Ships works to double its operations with a second ship.

These 3 AI-Powered Technologies May Innovate the Eldercare Industry

By 2060, the number of Americans over the age of 65 is expected to increase to more than 98 million. Learn about three AI-powered technologies that aim to change the level of care for this aging population with sophisticated wearables, hearing aid sensors and robots that help elderly people with dementia and other limitations.

1.2 — Key Emerging IT Technologies with David Frattura

In this episode, Bill sits down with David Frattura to discuss the drivers of digital transformation and the current, underlying themes in emerging technology.

6 ‘Stepping Stones’ for Women in Tech—and Assessing the Path Forward

Despite progress, women are still underrepresented in the technology sector. We spoke to three female leaders in tech who provided insights into their career success and advice for future generations of girls, including reframing challenges as opportunities, taking steps to avoid burnout, and embracing self-advocacy.

The Unseen Ballet

Dell Technologies gave people with visual impairments an unforgettable holiday experience. With assistive tech from eSight, they witnessed a live performance of The Nutcracker, performed by Ballet Austin.