In the near future, autonomous vehicles and artificial intelligence (AI) will play a larger role in how your food is grown.
Carriers and internet service providers (ISPs) have made a number of service changes to address the unusual circumstances in Canada and the United States.
AI-powered platforms can now analyze driver behavior, while smart pavement uses sensors and processors to capture traffic data in real-time.
In a not-too-distant future, cars would not only connect to wireless networks but also communicate with each other on the road.
Farmers have increasingly warmed to data-driven technology they can use to not only grow more crops but healthier ones as well.
In spite of the disruptive nature of the technology, Forrester predicts human decision-making and expertise will remain paramount to work.