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, CEO of AR company DAQRI, shares his practical experience with the technology for applications ranging from the U.S. Navy to automotive assembly lines.
As technology reshapes the way we work at warp speed, we need to change training methodologies. How do we prepare the next generation for jobs that haven’t yet been invented? What kind of skillsets will they need, when machines can do what humans do? What kind of tech training do they need today to be ready for the future workplace? And would it mean totally rethinking education to encourage creative problem finding and solving? To explore these questions, we look at schools and startups who are rethinking education to learn and explore the new world of robotics, AI and machine learning.
What do artificial intelligence, machine learning, virtual and augmented reality have in common? Each of these technologies with revolutionize the way we interact and partner with machines and with each other. Together, they will transform the workforce, improve healthcare, and democratize education. Learn more with Jeff Clarke, Vice Chairman of Products & Operations at Dell Technologies.
By Eric Vanderburg
It is healthy to take a step back from the technological changes of today to strategize on how the technology and business landscape will evolve in the future. Let’s take a look.
The display requirements in different industries, like finance, oil and gas or education are vastly different for users. Kirk Schell, Senior Vice President of Displays at Dell, discusses how virtual and mixed reality technology is demanding ever more sophisticated displays needed to translate data into the visual.
By harnessing virtual reality, businesses are saving thousands in training-related costs. Read how Farmers Insurance is using VR to train claims representatives, giving them “hands-on” practice while saving thousands in travel costs.