New research reveals that human-machine partnerships and emerging technologies will usher in a more inclusive and rewarding work experience over the next decade. Explore the findings.
At the heart of it, blockchain is about trust, transparency, and security. Right now, companies spend endless time and money establishing and maintaining trusted, secure relationships and transactions. Blockchain has the potential to streamline these processes, eliminate redundancy, and enhance security. On this episode, Australian Securities and Exchange CIO Dan Chesterman offers a rare down-to-earth, practical look at what blockchain is, what it does, and how to implement it.
Can a fake mustache fool facial recognition technology? How is computer vision being used? Can we really be tracked everywhere we go? Jessica Chobot dissects the hype in the season finale.
Why battle hackers human to human when robots can fight instead? Read how artificial intelligence and machine learning applications are helping cyber security professionals detect a probable cyber attack, giving companies time to ward off the infiltration.
Jeremy Burton, CMO of Dell, discusses the latest research in which 3,800 business leaders from around the world weigh in on what they think the next 10-15 years have in store.
Human-machine partnerships and emerging technologies are reshaping digital transformation on the path to 2030.
Imagine this: You put on a pair of virtual-reality glasses. You see a school in a poor, rural Chinese village. You turn your head to see inside the door and you find a group of students gathered in a small classroom, learning with technology.
The data captured by all your IoT smart devices may reveal more of the “real you” than you realize. Read how all this illuminating data gives online dating services make stronger predictions for your future romance.
The display requirements in different industries, like finance, oil and gas or education are vastly different for users. Kirk Schell, Senior Vice President, Client Solutions, Asia-Pacific, Japan and China at Dell Technologies, discusses how virtual and mixed reality technology is demanding ever more sophisticated displays needed to translate data into the visual.