On May 23, Bloomberg reported that wireless technology giant Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) intends to “unveil a dedicated chip to power stand-alone virtual-reality and augmented-reality headsets” as early as next week.
IoT, because of its flexibility and, let us admit, complexity, gives CIOs and business leaders in similar roles pause. And this anxiety about the pain of implementing comprehensive digital transformation is causing some foot dragging. Delaying however could put your business at risk, potentially causing your business to fall behind and ultimately fail. Implementing IoT solutions offer the opportunity to sustain your business leadership, the ability to scale and create new types of sales/revenues, as well as cost savings.
Nearly half of the 26 publicly listed banks in China say they deployed blockchain applications in 2017, according to a report.
Thames Water provides 2,600 million litres of tap water to nine million customers every single day. But it won’t last – and the operator is turning to the Internet of Things (IoT) and smart metering for the answer.
Google’s Chief of Search and Artificial Intelligence, working directly under Apple’s Chief Executive Officer. Safe to say the company has no intention of lagging behind on this technology any longer.
This morning we removed 70 Facebook and 65 Instagram accounts — as well as 138 Facebook Pages — that were controlled by the Russia-based Internet Research Agency (IRA). Many of the Pages also ran ads, all of which have been removed.
Last week, Google showed off a new app to display immersive photography in virtual reality, and a multi-camera technique for capturing it, and now it looks like there may be plans to enhance that with some bolted-on technology created by a third party.
“It is time,” Acton wrote, adding the hashtag #deletefacebook. Acton, who is worth $6.5 billion, did not immediately respond to a request for comment. WhatsApp declined to comment.
The role of data in organizations is no longer a myth or a mystery that is difficult to comprehend. The transformation to the workplace of tomorrow is underway, and it is time that all organizations catch up and implement the necessary changes.
AI and chatbots have become commonplace ways of interacting with a company’s website to get customer support. Sometimes, the chatbots are so good that you don’t know if you are dealing with a human or a computer.
Location intelligence can help brands deliver dynamic user experiences, better understand their customers and prospects, and boost consumer engagement and delight.
Artificial intelligence (AI) promises to foundationally influence modern society, for better or worse. A sub-genre of AI — machine learning — has garnered particular attention from the pundits for its potential impact on the world’s most important industries.
Artificial intelligence now makes it possible for organizations to craft personalized, automated communications at scale — exactly what firms need to deliver the cost-effective, high-quality personalized services their customers are seeking.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai, speaking at a taped television event hosted by MSNBC and The Verge’s sister site Recode, said artificial intelligence is one of the most profound things that humanity is working on right now and compared it to basic utilities in terms of its importance.
Today, we look at an industry that’s been completely turned on its head in recent years, due to extreme digital transformation: tourism and hospitality.
Joe Kennedy, father of the late President John F. Kennedy, once said that, when shoeshine boys start giving you stock tips, the financial bubble is getting too big for its own good.
Cybersecurity experts have figured that Blockchain, the technology behind Bitcoin, is a great way to combat cyber-attacks. Blockchain is a database where all Bitcoin transactions are recorded and stored.
It is an enterprise chatbot solution that leverages on artificial intelligence to automate repetitive, transactional and menial tasks.
Big Data can be best defined as the capture, storage, search and analysis of large and complex data sets which are generally difficult to be processed or handled by traditional data processing systems.
A Digital Twin provides a safe environment in which you can test the impact of potential change on the performance of a system by experimenting on a virtual version of the system that is fed by abundant data from the real system.