Researchers and data scientists are harnessing the transformative power of data for the common good by studying digital media consumption, using algorithms to shut down bad bots and thwarting fake news with digital DNA mapping.
By 2030, our lives will be more connected, mobile and digital than ever before. Emerging technologies are enabling us to augment, enhance, and optimize our lives; from autonomous vehicles to connected homes and digital cities. Explore the research.
Host Walter Isaacson and guests talk about a few of the ways that technology can help shift your workout to whenever and wherever you want.
The team at UC Berkeley is entering the next frontier in digital forensics, gathering cyber evidence to shed light on human rights injustices.
Rainforest Connection’s smartphone app now allows anyone to tune into sound streams from six different locations in Peru, Ecuador, and South Africa. This is important, he explained, because the survival of the rainforests should matter to more than just the animal species and the humans who inhabit them.
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.
Walter Isaacson tells a story about technology that literally jumps off the page.
oday, businesses are turning to digital forensics experts for scenarios that require tech-savvy sleuthing: employee mishandling of sensitive information, data recovery, and the aftermath of cyberattacks, for instance.
Dell Technologies leaders predict what to expect in the data era: multi and hybrid cloud adoption, machine learning, augmented reality and more.