How will the rapid advances in technology affect our lives at work, in our homes, and in our daily interactions with others? Here, we examine the human side of emerging technologies, considering the endless possibilities they bring and the complex challenges that they may bring.
VR has the potential to add a new dynamic to how people interact with live events around the world.
5G’s increased bandwidth capacity and lower latency will make it possible to evolve from making analytics-driven strategic adjustments from game-to-game to making them in real-time.
COVID-19 is accelerating the adoption of technologies that would otherwise have taken years to go mainstream. But how are companies evolving in this “low touch” future?
The move to 5G and increased fiber roll-out offers an opportunity to bring all individuals and households into the connected world.
COVID-19 has been a propellant for the current economic crisis, but it has also accelerated an expanding digital era. Two experts in digital work and learning see major changes ahead.
Technologies such as virtual, augmented and mixed reality – collectively referred to as XR – have long been touted as an “Empathy Machine,” and for very good reason.
The complexity of design thinking comes in figuring out which tools and frameworks to use for which contexts — and how to scale them.
Former Nokia President & CEO Rajeev Suri says that the lessons learned from the continued roll-out of 5G will help prevent future global pandemics from turning into global recessions.
Nokia trend scouter, Leslie Shannon, explains why she thinks the unexpected ways we’re using technology under quarantine signal a substantial shift in society.
Protecting livestock from infectious diseases has become a routine part of pig farmers’ operations. Technologies like biosecurity may help them detect and prevent illness.