The call is coming from inside the house...no, it's not just a horror movie trope. There's a scary truth to home invasion, but it's not a masked villain you should be watching out for. Instead, connected devices are making digital home invasion a real life nightmare
AI in devices that has learned your habits can start to predict the experience that matches your needs in a given moment. So, for example, if everyone has left the house it knows not to turn on the lights. Or if you drive off to work, it will turn down the thermostat; and if everyone is out of the house, it knows to lock the doors.
"There is no element of the work hierarchy where you shouldn't expect to see displacement," says Ming, citing recent McKinsey research which suggests that as much as 40 per cent of a CEO's job can be automated. "I don't think anyone currently owns that problem," she adds.
Despite this we'll buy 66 milion smart watches this year.
UK workers are concerned that wearable smart devices are becoming a modern spy tool for employers. In February 2016, Gartner
We ask a lot of our digital devices, and treat them like an extension of ourselves, so perhaps it is time to show them the same level of care. We may rely on our memories, but our memories also rely on us.
The internet of things (IoT) is a concept that has been around for quite some time now. The idea is that technology will develop to the point where connected devices will be able to seamlessly interact with one another.
It won't be long before you're surrounded by zombies. Everywhere you turn they'll be there, determined in their efforts to
To be a device manufacturer in today's marketplace can be brutal. Increased competition from new players on the world stage