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.
There’s a lot of dead history out there. So, how do you keep history alive? Just ask Jason Fiddler, Vice President, Marketing & Partnerships, as he oversees an $18 million technology transformation at the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame to introduce icons of the game to a new generation.
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.
In Ray O’Farrell’s words, virtualization, or software-defined hardware, simply works, is flexible and very non-disruptive. A perfect technology for IT organizations, right? Sort of. To realize the benefits of any new technology, Ray, CTO of VMware CTO, discusses why there has to be a fundamental level of trust between a vendor and customer that takes the fear factor out.
Get an inside look at the radical reinvention of advertising and the surprising innovators behind it.
Hotels are using digital technologies to craft personalized guest experiences and change the way we travel – from booking to arrival and customized stays.
Before hotels there was home sharing. Take a historical look at the hospitality industry from horse carriage inns to the personalized sharing economy.
New technology threatened newspapers to the brink of extinction in 1845. Sound familiar? Walter Isaacson tells the story of news industry resilience.
Jarrod Dicker, head of The Washington Post’s RED team explains how the publisher is using digital technology and data to create a personalized product.