While the world is fighting to contain the Coronavirus Pandemic, there are a range of technologies already being deployed to assist with keeping people safe during this outbreak. This short article lists some of the ways that advanced technology can help to contain the spread of COVID-19.
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Shara Evans participated on an expert panel for Sprint Business' Podcast, which looked at the "Future Workforce". The discussion covered a range of topics, including: "Always on,” telecommuting, SaaS and globalization, as well as how people thrive and lead happy, engaged, productive lives as they swim through evolving work/life expectations.
Sustainability and climate change are becoming increasingly important issues for humanity's longevity on our beautiful planet. I'm wrote this in March 2020, where in Sydney, Australia where we've seen many months of the worst bushfires Australia has ever had, followed by flash flooding in the same areas.
Long after the release of the Ford Pinto, and subsequent book by Ralph Nader “Unsafe at Any Speed”, the auto industry became accustomed to regulations at almost every corner. In the digital age, we need to consider automotive cybersecurity and privacy to be just as important as other safety features we've learned to depend on.
Uber is planning to launch a flying taxi service in Melbourne - but with a human pilot! Flying taxis are quickly moving from science fiction to reality.
Spotting pedestrians is one of the smart city’s most difficult and important problems. To keep people safe in a world of autonomous cars and robots, systems must be able to tell the difference between “Bruce” and a vertical post.
Home assistants and voice activated interfaces can be so convenient - but what you may not realize is that in order to do these things, the software is always on and is always listening.
In order to make cities liveable with so many people, we need to use smart technologies like sensors to help us plan and maintain them.
Australia passed its disastrous "Access and Assistance" legislation - a political farce with terrible consequences for society and the technology industry - and I firmly believe that this legislation is attempting the impossible.
Ask a search engine what the world has to say about AI ethics, and you're guaranteed a plethora of scholarly articles, blog posts, magazine features, and images—some animated, illustrating the ‘trolley problem’.