By Andy Newsom, CIO, CSL Behring
It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the most responsive to change,” Charles Darwin observed in explaining his theory of evolution.
By Cam Ewoldt, Manager, Transport Networks, Great Plains Communications
In today’s digital word, the demand for bandwidth threatens to exceed the supply and popular technology requiring always-on connectivity will only increase the need for high-speed internet access in 2019 and beyond....
By Ron Watson, Director, Engineering Systems and Processes, Xylem Inc
The products that the customers are demanding more of to meet the solutions for their problems are electro-mechanical and often interconnected.
By Dr. Tirath Virdee, Director of Artificial Intelligence, Capita Plc
We recently launched our thought leadership campaign “Human to Hybrid: The next workforce frontier”.
By Charles Radclyffe, Head of AI, Fidelity International
Most people simply don’t understand AI. When I say ‘most people,’ I mean most people who are working with these technologies.
By Ganesh V. Iyer, Managing Director, NIO U.S. and Global CIO, NIO
In today’s technology industry, CIOs face challenges like never before: a constantly evolving product landscape, changing customer demands, and economic volatility.
By Sharon Gietl, VP Information Technology & CIO, The Doe Run Company
Individuals in the schools need to focus on gaining knowledge on the emerging technologies at an early stage
By David Britz, Director of Business Development, Applied Materials
Much of the public discussion in technology focuses on megatrends in software and applications.
By Roger Smith, PhD, CTO, AdventHealth Nicholson Center
The future of healthcare will have more humans and more robots working together throughout the continuum of care for our aging population.
By Charlotte Blank, Chief Behavioral Officer, Maritz
With over 100 million members engaged in our loyalty programs, Maritz knows a little something about creating lasting consumer relationships.