Sustainability goals have become top of mind for an increasing number of corporations and communities, but in the words of Sherri Mitchell Weh'na Ha'mu Kwasset, Indigenous rights attorney and executive director of the Land Peace Foundation, we will not "solar panel or vote our way out of this crisis without also radically re-framing our connection with our Mother." In order to restore balance in our environment, we must first listen to the natural world — and to those who know it best.
As the threat landscape evolves, higher education institutions must continuously adapt their cybersecurity strategies to target new and expanded risks. That’s been especially true in recent months as colleges shifted to remote learning and operations, a move that dramatically increased the potential attack landscape, highlighted vulnerabilities in users’ at-home IT tools and triggered new types of attacks by hackers.
EPOS BrandVoice: The CIO Frontier: 5 Insights About Innovation & Tech From EPOS Leader Jeppe Dalberg-Larsen
As crucial as tech was to business before the pandemic, it’s even more so now as much of the world works from home. In this new environment, CIOs, already long used to seeing their status rise in the C-suite, have grown more powerful still.
As contactless business practices become the norm, building owners and managers are turning to property technology, or proptech, to successfully navigate the pandemic — from a safe distance.
Is it a good idea to start a business in this economy? Knowing how to take advantage of a recession can give you a leg up. From low interest rates and less competition to available talent and increased demands, we’ll cover six reasons to consider taking on a new business venture in uncertain times.
It’s no secret that data analytics is critical for the future sustainability of higher education. But what will it take to unleash the full potential of data analytics?
For one, it requires the adoption of artificial intelligence methodologies — such as predictive analytics and machine learning — to automate and optimize data. And out of all the higher education departments, enrollment services may be likely to adopt AI tools at a faster rate.
At the summer Olympic Games in Tokyo this July, athletes may be competing for attention with all the impressive tech on display, including self-driving taxis and a robot village. But this showcase of tech prowess isn’t limited to the stadiums—All Nippon Airways (ANA), Japan’s largest airline, has been busy developing various travel-focused technologies to be used across the nation’s airports as well as in Toyko’s shopping centers and tourist attractions.
Shopping online has become a key aspect of the economy’s “new normal." One of the main effects of this trend may be that retailers are realizing that inventory must be located closer to the consumer to keep up with demand.
For faculty teaching online, one of the most persistent challenges is finding ways to generate the same level of interpersonal interaction possible with students in person. Such engagement is essential for student success.
Fire, natural disasters or a national pandemic can quickly turn your day-to-day business operations upside down. When the unexpected happens, you need more than insurance to keep your company running—you need a business continuity plan to move forward and keep it afloat.
This November, the Prague Philharmonic will perform the third and final movement of “From the Future World,” an AI-completed composition based on an unfinished piano piece by the famous composer Antonín Dvořák, 115 years after his death.
It’s official – Wolt, the Helsinki-based technology company that’s known for its food delivery platform, has clinched the title of 2020’s “most promising startup” from all of Europe in the 7th edition of the Tech5 startup competition.
New regulations in the European Union are already impacting higher education institutions that recruit and enroll EU citizens, but in the US, legislation regarding data protection is very likely in the near future.