Although the coronavirus has impelled many tech companies to transition their annual conferences to online-only virtual events, much of the entertainment value remains, along with captivating keynote speakers, spot-on executive presentations, and hands-on learning sessions.
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 what it means to get old, and what we can do to make it less scary.
Augmented Reality (AR) is about to change the way people work. By overlaying digital visualizations onto the real world, AR takes data out of the server stack and puts it exactly where you need it. In this episode, learn how AR works, how it’s currently being deployed, and what comes next. Roy Ashok, of AR company DAQRI, now Snap, shares his practical experience with the technology for applications ranging from the U.S. Navy to automotive assembly lines.
With demand for technology skills outpacing supply, companies have been looking high and low for talent that can help bridge the gap.
Today, technology is playing a key role in creating corporate environments that encourage constructive discourse and empower underrepresented employees. Here are three buckets of technology that HR and IT teams can tap to turn inclusivity goals into realities.
The Luminaries podcast shines a light on visionaries focused on enabling positive human progress using technology. In this video, venture behind the scenes with podcast co-hosts Mark Schaefer and Douglas Karr to find out how they got started, where their tech vision comes from and their favorite guests.
Learn how to develop a strategic approach to IT transformation that can catapult your organization ahead of the competition. Adam Demattia and John McKnight, of the Enterprise Strategy Group, share what they’ve learned from a worldwide survey of 4,000 businesses.
From primitive jars to cells smaller than the eye can see, we explore how batteries have increased in power, decreased …