Walter Isaacson tells a story about technology that literally jumps off the page.
Putting the first man on the moon in 1969 cemented America’s dominance in the space race. And as we have continued exploration into the vast unknown, the purpose of each mission is about collecting data, terabytes of priceless and irreplaceable data. How does our body react to weightlessness? Can plants grow in space? Was there ever life on Mars? On this episode, NASA’s Tom Stein explains how and why he and his team collect, preserve, and distribute terabytes of irreplaceable data generated by the space program.
A new generation is joining your workforce. They’re bringing new skills, high expectations and a desire to shake things up. Dell Technologies surveyed 12,000 high school and college students to explore their views on technology and their future careers. Explore the research, hear from students and understand what they want from their future employers. Gen Z is coming. Are you ready?
Creature comforts If you can believe it, the very first thermostat was created in the 17th Century … for chickens. …
Since Barbie’s debut in 1959, Mattel, has worked hard to maintain the toy’s relevance. Whether Barbie takes the form of a plastic figure or an AI-enabled hologram, see how Mattel is trying to make her a female icon worth emulating.
The mobile app, Be My Eyes, is a global social media platform of eyes for the blind, offering sighted volunteers a chance to be the eyes for those who can’t see through their smartphones.
In this short interview, Tamara McCleary, CEO at Thulium, explains the difference between Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML).
Once restricted to single family homes, IoT smart home technologies are coming to multifamily buildings, benefiting both residents and property managers.
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.