The economy of 2030 will be built on technical innovations emerging from present-day labs, startups, and tech companies. Ranging from ultra-fast 5G connections that reduce latency, increase bandwidth, and enable real-time machine-aided decision-making, to advances in artificial intelligence. In combination, these technologies will enable large-scale shifts in our economy. Explore the research.
Jessica Chobot gets greenlit for a sitcom. All she has to do is … act out lines written with AI in front of a live audience. Will she get laughs? Or will she need to be saved by a laugh track? Find out!
If there’s one man who knows a lot about cloud computing, it’s the same man who designed and delivered one of the largest infrastructure platforms on the planet in Microsoft Azure. On this week’s episode, Mark and Doug talk to Deepak Patil, Senior Vice President of Cloud Platform and Services at Virtustream, about the evolving realities about managing a multi-cloud environment.
Jessica Chobot takes command of a robot tasked with sorting and fulfilling online orders in search of the truth – will AI really replace us all? Find out if robots are up for the job or just a task.
When patients have technology implanted in their brains, what happens to the line between human and machine? I AM HUMAN focuses on the industry innovators who are developing experimental devices and treatments to help patients like Anne, who is fighting Parkinson’s disease and Stephen, who has lost his vision.
Artificial intelligence and machines’ ability to reason to has come a long way since French philosopher René Descartes pontificated this concept nearly 400 years ago. Learn how significant amounts of research, government funding and increasing computational power has advanced human-machine partnerships to where they are today, and where they are headed next.
It’s been a year this month since the European Union enacted the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Hear from Margaret Franco, senior vice president of EMEA Marketing, Dell Technologies, as she shares her optimism around GDPR and why it is an opportunity to connect with customers on a personal level.
Miku Jha, Founder and CEO of AgShift, started thinking about “closing the gap between food and technology” in 2016 when California was facing a drought. Her solution to the food waste problem, particularly in the supply chain, is a digitized inspector called Hydra F100 BQ. This analyzer uses artificial intelligence to assess fruits’ quality, which provides an “unbiased pair of eyes,” speeds the inspection process and reduces food wastage.
In the next decade, technology will transform many of the fundamentals of commerce and production. On this episode, Aongus Hegarty, President of Dell Technologies, explains what he believes will be the key to leading through this change successfully.