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Robotic guides, crowd control directed by artificial intelligence and immersive virtual reality are among the technologies, enabled by the internet of things, set to excite fans at Tokyo’s 2020 Olympic
Fear of losing your job to a robot is nothing new, but is it time the conversation shifted?
Interested in never buying vegetables, missing deliveries or losing your keys again? These five internet of things innovations from this year’s Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show, CES 2020, could help
‘The country has never before been so ready for what many are describing as a technology revolution’
Excitement over the faster speeds and lower latency promised by public 5G has reached fever pitch, but it will be the advent of private networking that proves most transformative for both businesses and the UK economy
Rural communities have struggled with unreliable connectivity for years, but 5G technology could deliver a long-awaited solution
5G offers huge business potential, but the technology is much more complex to secure
Questions still remain over the impact Huawei Technologies could have on the telecoms landscape in the UK and the world over
Creating a purpose-driven employee experience means rethinking how and why organisational structures work. In order to overcome disruption and drive real change, people leaders need to be courageous and tear up the existing human resources rulebook.
Widespread hype around the internet of things continues to promise great things, but adoption and the pace of delivery has underwhelmed
The so-called 'search engine for the internet of things' exposes which connected devices are at risk, and is being used by the good and bad guys alike
The beauty industry has been an unexpected player in consumer electronics, but are smart brushes and skincare apps really what customers want?
The internet of things promises greater efficiency across a range of industries, but the technology could have adverse effects if managed incorrectly
Engaged employees are happy at work and more productive, so ensuring the best employee experience possible offers huge potential wins
It is no longer enough to segment your customers by age, location and gender. In order to get the perfect message to the perfect buyer, you need to get much more personal
Whether you design dresses or tech gadgets, both tangible and intangible assets need to be protected. So how does a business manage the intellectual property of a new product? Using a fictional product, tracked throughout its product development cycle, here is a step-by-step guide
‘To reach the ultimate expression of personalisation, algorithms need to do something far smarter based on all the data at their disposal’
Manufacturers have long built products so consumers can't fix them themselves, but growing demand for a circular economy and less e-waste could soon change all that
You can collect all the data in the world, but without the ability to understand it and act upon those insights, any attempt at personalisation will go to waste