As the physical world grows ever more digitized with data emanating from billions of devices and sensors, demands for performance, reliability, and security are pushing much more compute ‘to the edge’ where real-time processing and coordination are vital. Cloud computing and centralized data processing may be the predominant architectural paradigm of today, but there is […]
Audio: Marketing Profs interviews Jeremiah Owyang on the Six Digital Eras
Companies like Amazon are enabling new data sources from satellites to be available to the masses. This spells new business models for a variety of industries, find out how:
Plot your course, learn about Jeremiah Owyang’s speech on the Six Digital Eras.
Big data and AI call for a new business competency: Ethics. Artificial intelligence (AI) and machines’ ability to “learn” marks a new chapter in digital transformation; it breathes new life into the potential for unstructured data and software and marks a profound shift in interface and customer experience. It also introduces unprecedented risks and societal questions enterprises […]
For most organizations, the trouble isn’t usually how to get started with AI, but knowing where. Not only can machine learning and other AI techniques be applied across virtually every single industry, business function, and workflow, it is subject to immense hype, over-inflation, and promise. From chatbots to facial recognition, from automated reports to predictive […]
Wellness Technology aka “WellTech” has been funded $2B showing early market growth. We’re expecting further investment from investors, based upon market analysis.
Tech startups are expecting to IPO with a combined amount of $246B in 2019 –spurring more innovation in the tech industry. While many other industries are expecting to slow down, innovation in tech will likely accelerate.
We interviewed HR leaders to find out how they’re using technology to help employees, here’s frequently mentioned technology vendors.
Hundreds of tech startups promise to change our wellbeing: bodies, minds, communities, and the physical spaces around us. It leaves us with many questions around data, business models, and the changing structure of society as we lean on technology for ourselves.