The Growing Infrastructure of the Global Gaming Industry
With everyone’s attention focused on the tragedy that is COVID, it should not go unnoticed that there is continuing growth and intersection of popular culture, technology, entertainment, and social connections. Over the past decades, the gaming industry has evolved beyond that of being merely a…
Robotics and Contactless Engagement
Autonomous Delivery Technology The COVID-19 pandemic has had significant health and economic impacts across the world. One of the secondary effects is that the coronavirus is accelerating the adoption of technology, as has tended to happen in global crisis events throughout history. We recently discussed…
How to Think Like an Entrepreneur
A panel discussion for GE leaders and executives hosted by Tom Morkes, with special guest panelists: Patrick Vlaskovits, CEO of Superpowered; Megan Reamer, CEO and co-founder of Jackson’s Honest; Bret Boyd, CEO of Knoema.
Blockchain and Startup Ecosystems
By providing billions of fresh capital to technology startups, the technologies of bitcoin, blockchain, smart contracts, and ICOs have had a major impact on Silicon Valley. As this infrastructure spawns newer technologies and business models, you will see dramatic innovation and transformation and the transition to Internet 3.0.
Augmenting Reality and Transforming Industries
AR is a hybrid visualization technology that combines the real world and the digital world. These technologies will transform the nature of skilled labor, as well as the retail and remote work experience.
Microprocessors and Line Spacing: The End of an Era
Moore’s law has been an important foundation of modern computing, but is likely to end due to “line spacing” constraints on circuits, absent a leap-ahead technology such as quantum or organic computing.
Smart City Challenge: An Update on the Participating Cities
The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) Smart City Challenge invited seven cities to provide a holistic, integrated approach to improving surface transportation performance within a city and integrate this approach with other smart city domains, including public safety, public services, and energy.
Quantum Mechanics and the Next Revolution in Computing
With quantum computing, we are entering a new era of how we think about computing. This is similar to the early days of classic computing, where technology enabled entirely new types of problem-solving.
The Sharing Economy: What is Old is New Again
The sharing economy is not new. But it is a smarter and more efficient way to allocate existing resources. And that’s something that all Americans — from Silicon Valley to Wall Street to Main Street — can get behind.