There’s a lot of talk about the ‘fourth industrial revolution’, building upon the third, which used electronics and IT to automate production. The fourth is characterised by technologies that are blurring the lines between the physical, digital and biological spheres.
What if the technology could mimic and learn from a resilient system? What if we could vaccinate the infrastructure against outages? We might still experience an initial outage, and the pain associated with it, but future outages would hardly be felt.
Investors are seeing a very high proportion of business plans that leverage AI/ML – to the point where many do not point out that they use AI/ML; they simply refer to applications in slides towards the middle of the presentation. Something that is representative of the ubiquity of AI/ML and a trend that we are excitedly embracing.
A low-code platform (LCP) can help businesses to build apps faster and in a cost-efficient manner. They can go digital at scale. Learn about this new, business-friendly technology.
Though Apple tends to focus on the consumer aspects of its devices and software, the new iPhones and Apple Watch unveiled this week could shake up everything from healthcare to retail and even media.
Over three quarters of executives from around the world believe that they would like to incorporate AI into their business practices over the next three years; but now there is no reason to wait as technology is already transforming every aspect of the way an organization operates.
The world’s total data volume is growing exponentially every minute, with sizeable data pouring in from banking, insurance and telecom giants, as also from healthcare and automobile sectors, with others following close.