For years, researchers have been asking what else they can do to detect real fraud. In the annals of cyber warfare, the ability to use machine learning to detect and thwart threat confronts the very real problem of too many false alarms.
Daniel Newman, Principal Analyst at Futurum Research discusses the impact that 5G will have in increasing applications of Mixed Reality, AR and VR.
Technology plays a critical role in addressing public safety emergencies, from surveillance cameras to biometric scanners. But it’s the Internet of Things that enables such devices to be connected, allowing for real-time threat monitoring and faster, smarter response tactics that keep the public—and those tasked with protecting them—safe.
The difference between 4G and 5G isn’t just “one G faster”. 5G is a fundamental change in the way devices communicate with each other. It’s faster broadband, yes, but also with much lower latency and much higher capacity for simultaneous connections. In the next decade, 5G will enable everything from tele-medicine to self-driving cars to millions of internet-connected devices. On this episode, Dell CTO, Sr. Vice President & Sr. Fellow Liam Quinn explores all the possibilities.
Ford launched the City of Tomorrow challenge as a space for communities to come together and solve with technology many of the mobility challenges facing our cities. Teaming up with Dell Technologies, AT&T, and Microsoft, the challenges spanned the cities of Miami-Dade, Pittsburgh, and Grand Rapids.
Ford and Dell Technologies teamed up to launch the City of Tomorrow challenge in the cities of Miami, Pittsburgh, and Grand Rapids, inviting submissions of ideas to solve the cities’ mobility issues. Here are some of the ideas that were submitted for Grand Rapids. To find out who won and learn more about the challenge go to https://challenges.cityoftomorrow.com.