Across industries, intelligent machines are marching, and along with them fear. How do business leaders today promote the adoption of emerging technologies while adapting the current workforce to the work realities of the future, inspiring and training them in the adoption of new skills?
The key to fueling the burgeoning private space exploration industry? Water. Read how a Seattle-based startup plans to mine asteroids for water, or more specifically, hydrogen and oxygen — the makings of rocket fuel.
Hiring a diverse workforce is smart business. Yet even with the best intentions, hiring decisions can still be influenced by personal factors we may not even be aware of. Fortunately, AI technology is gaining momentum in the recruitment field and is beginning to tackle the issue of unconscious bias.
The Internet of Things is shaking up industries from agriculture to healthcare. Golf is no exception. From connected golf clubs to golf balls embedded with RFID chips, IoT is giving golf a tech makeover.
by Oliver Christie, Artificial Intelligence Strategist
Dell has released an important report, ‘Realizing 2030: A Divided Vision of the Future’. It highlights how business leaders are thinking about new tech. The report should be required reading for anyone interested in the realities of fundamental change at the boardroom level.
We surveyed 3,800 business leaders to discover how workforce education needs to evolve to keep pace with emerging technologies.