Within the next two decades artificial intelligence and machine learning will have transformed every aspect of human life. Computer science and data analytics have taken over from IT and informatics and propelled us into an era of algorithms, data visualisation and cognitive dynamics that only a few people will understand.
The Internet of Things is creating new ways for businesses to save time and money by creating new and smart ecosystems that might link location-specific dynamics with mapping, security, real time tracking, and knowledge-sharing networks. There will be millions of these new IoT services threading their way into the fabric of our businesses and into our everyday lives.
An international telecoms organisation wanted to assess the economic impacts of mobile IoT deployment under a range of technical scenarios.READ MORE
A TV platform wanted to understand how the collection of data from its set top boxes should feature in its technology roadmap.READ MORE