Amazon has ambitions to radically change retail stores, but it’s unclear if all its cameras, weight sensors, and computer vision will lead to higher profitability and more customers or instead become a financial boondoggle and privacy nightmare.
eBay is already using machine learning capabilities to enhance your experience on the site, have you noticed?
Tokenization of assets, including equity and debt, will disrupt investment banking.
Salesforce has been a leader in the pursuit of cutting-edge technologies addressing the digitalization of sales processes. The Company must continue to do so, if it is to maintain its foothold as the #1 provider of customer relationship management (CRM) software in the United States.
Diabetes is one of the fastest growing disorders affecting population across the globe, where diagnosis remains as big a challenge as treatment. Will Machine Learning enable healthcare companies to develop an effective disease management solution?
WHOOP, a start-up founded out of the Harvard iLab, uses machine learning to improve athletic performance and possibly the lives of diabetes patients.
Medtronic states they won’t be using additive manufacturing to create personalized medical devices any time soon – are they missing out on an opportunity, or do they realize that the opportunity is overstated?
As technology, and machine learning, has continued to develop exponentially, the risk and impact of cyberattacks has also increased drastically. Darktrace is using machine learning to get defense once step ahead of the attacks.
As the speed and quality of additive manufacturing improves, innovative companies like Adidas are bringing 3D printing from the prototyping lab to the manufacturing floor.
Is the value proposition of 3-D printing eyewear in inventory management and limited made to order customization, or in fully consumer designed eyewear?