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July: AI Is Both Friend and Foe in Cybersecurity

Artificial intelligence can out-poker-face the best human poker players in the world; it has the potential to revolutionize surgery by allowing surgeons to do their work remotely, and it may help scientists predict the probability of life on other planets.

June: 5G in the Workplace

The workplace of tomorrow will look vastly different from the workplace of today. For instance, in the future, workplaces won’t be defined by a physical location. The latest generation of cellular mobile communications, 5G, will help us get there. 5G’s defining characteristics, like high-data rates and low latencies, will unlock new applications for the workplace that were simply not possible in the past.

May: Urbanization and Transportation

Cities are changing. According to the UN (United Nations), 68% of the global population will live in urban areas by 2050, compared to 55% today. What’s more, the UN expects the global population to skyrocket in the next few decades, potentially adding 2.5 billion more people to urban areas by 2050.

April: The 5G/AV Connection

5G will have a massive, game-changing impact on our society, some profess. Others scoff and say: Prove it. Today’s connected world is experiencing change on almost every level thanks to the IoT (Internet of Things).

The Future of AV Hinges on More Than Tech

Autonomous vehicles will fail to reach their full potential until ubiquitous and extremely reliable high-speed communications networks with very low latency are available.

Is 5G Ready for Primetime?

Understanding and deploying the right technologies at the right time is pivotal to being successful in business today.

Cybersecurity Begins at the Beginning

Last month, security was in the news again, and not in a good way. On September 12, interactive gaming company Zynga, which owns popular mobile gaming franchises like Words With Friends and Draw Something, announced hackers had gained access to player login account information.

PTC and Onshape Lead SaaS

In what will be the biggest acquisition to date for PTC, President and CEO Jim Heppelmann announced the company has signed an agreement to acquire Onshape, which creates a SaaS (software-as-a-service) product development platform combining CAD (computer-aided design) with data management and collaboration.

Manufacturers Aren’t Maximizing IIoT Investments

The IoT (Internet of Things) is and has always been rife with growing pains. A 2017 Cisco survey of IT and business decisionmakers in manufacturing, government, retail, energy, transportation, and healthcare showed that 60% of IoT initiatives stalled at the proof-of-concept stage.

AI Bias Will Explode

We have been saying a lot about AI (artificial intelligence) these days. It’s no wonder that Google’s latest smartphone announcement, the Pixel 4, with AI-enhanced recording and transcribing app received so much attention.

AI Insights in Automotive

The race is on. Literally! In the world of AI (artificial intelligence) there are a lot of exciting companies making their mark in a pretty impressive way in the automotive industry.