Is using Artificial Intelligence in military applications evil? Are programs like Project Maven necessary to decrease civilian casualties and reduce error in an era with "smart" drones and other advanced weaponry?
UPS invested in last mile drone delivery and innovative partnerships in Rwanda and Tanzania, but is that enough to leapfrog Amazon and Google? Or will they remain a fast follower?
The last mile is the key step in each supply chain. Developing and testing new technologies, Amazon is at the forefront of digital innovation with technologies that will change how customers will order and receive deliveries in the future
Digital technology is transforming Amazon’s supply chain through Amazon Prime Air, an initiative to develop a fleet of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to digitize and automate its last-mile delivery process.
Drones are capturing HD videos from never-before-seen vantage points. GoPro cameras continue to amaze sports enthusiasts with new images of the game, while cars’ safety improve from rear-view and all-view cameras. Behind each of these examples is an HD video processing chip developed by Ambarella, who’s investment in technology will continue to pave the way for improved HD videos.
Imagine you’re a doctor in a rural village in Rwanda hoping to perform a blood transfusion for a pregnant woman in critical condition in order to save her life; however, you do not have the blood supply that would be necessary for you to properly treat your patient. The nearest hospital is several hours away by car, but you are certain that your patient would not survive more than a couple hours without the transfusion. What should you do?
Just ask a nurse to text Zipline for a blood delivery by drone!
With extinction rates at 100x – 1,000x over historical magnitudes, pressing challenges of climate change, and an ever-growing footprint of mankind, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has its work cut out for it. With digitization creating new opportunities for many corporations, WWF is looking to harness technology and data to help achieve its mission of conservation.
Tired of searching for your purchases on your building's common area? Mercedes-Benz, the German luxury automaker (who could imagine?), is set to disrupt the delivery industry and get those packages where you want them and when you want them.
There has been much buzz around innovations in the food industry lately: from lazy people getting their meals delivered weekly by mail to weirdos chugging white goo meant to replace actual meals and eating energy bars made with bugs. While […]
What happens when you give a miner, construction worker, and roof inspector a drone?