As we look to better manage our country’s housing issues, it stands to reason that new technologies leveraging AI will help us digitize available data to better analyze, plan, and inform the decisions we make around new housing development.
Technology will play a huge role in the post-Covid-19 world, especially if we are to return to normality as quickly as some hope. Contact tracing and social distancing apps are already rushing to market, with many being touted as the most comprehensive solution to keep people safe, and many failing to live up to the hype after hasty rollout.
IoT technology seems to have penetrated every sector and geography imaginable, but there are still places that the hype has not yet reached. In the current climate of uncertainty and risk for vulnerable individuals, IoT technology could drastically improve essential services by offering a completely new way to deliver that service.
In this final part of Silicon UK’s look at automation, we consider what the future holds for all enterprises. What should your business’s automation roadmap look like?
In the March 2020 issue of Digitalisation World magazine, Charles Towers-Clark, along with other experts, shares thoughts about what Artificial Intelligence has to offer to businesses and whether companies are fully engaged in making the best use of AI in their practices.
On the Jonny Gould’s SME Walkabout Podcast, Charles Towers-Clark, together with the host Jonny Gould, discusses how companies need to rethink the way they motivate employees to accommodate the changes that will take place in technology and society over the next 15 years.
Innovation in AI and technological hardware has taken staggering leaps in the last decade, but last week (July 16), Elon Musk’s secretive Neuralink startup strayed into the literary arsenal of sci-fi greats like Arthur C. Clarke