Utilizing Machine Learning In The Security Sector

Utilizing Machine Learning In The Security Sector

Machine Learning Security Machine learning for data security and protection is a popular topic, though expert opinion on the current probability of such uses is divided. And while computer algorithms have been making decisions for us for many years now, the future applications of such machine intelligence are far more complex than anything we’ve seen yet. For some, trusting a machine to manage weighty aspects of our lives is disagreeable; the EU’s General Data Protection…

Imminent IoT Eye-Tracking Technologies To Transform The Connected World

Imminent IoT Eye-Tracking Technologies To Transform The Connected World

IoT Eye Tracking Smelling may be the first of the perceptible senses, but the eye is the fastest moving organ in the human body. While the first, second, and third screens have historically exercised the potential of this organ to digest output information, the fourth (wearables) presents an attractive first foray for sight as an input. Wrist-based, head-worn, and other wearable devices all benefit from the strengths of their predecessors by building on the familiarity…

The Key To Improving Business Lies In Eye-Interaction Tech

The Key To Improving Business Lies In Eye-Interaction Tech

Eye-Interaction Technology Analysts at Goldman Sachs predict virtual reality revenue will surpass TV within the next decade. More than just some gaming fad, VR represents a whole new way for organizations to train, research, and explore vast amounts of data. Despite its popularity, however, VR is still not in the hands of the majority, and business on a large scale cannot function without all business partners having access to the technology. But with eye interaction…

Through the Looking Glass: 2017 Tech and Security Industry Predictions

Through the Looking Glass: 2017 Tech and Security Industry Predictions

2017 Tech and Security Industry Predictions As we close out 2016, which didn’t start off very well for tech IPOs, momentum and performance has increased in the second half, and I believe that will continue well into 2017. M&A activity will also increase as many of the incumbents will realize that they need to inject new DNA into their stagnant cultures and flat to declining revenue numbers. Cyber Security Market Expands My first prediction, which…

Infographic: Mixed Hybrid Realities

Infographic: Mixed Hybrid Realities

Various Realities It seems like just yesterday you were still wrapping your head around the fact VR is something that can potentially be influential, and now you learn that there’s AR and MR. Here’s a quick queue card / guide / infographic by Futurism to help you make sense of all the various iterations of reality that are starting to exist in this one field. VR – Virtual Reality This is probably the most well-known…

How the Cloud Is Improving DNA Sequencing

How the Cloud Is Improving DNA Sequencing

DNA Sequencing For many of us, the cloud is part of our daily lives. We use these virtual storage servers to hold our pictures, our memories and our work documents, just to name a few. Cloud storage is also making its mark in the medical industry, with electronic health records making patient care easier no matter where you’re making your appointments. This utilization of virtual information storage is also being used to improve the speed…

How IoT, Wearables, and Mixed Reality May Disrupt Banking

How IoT, Wearables, and Mixed Reality May Disrupt Banking

Banking Disruption Technology and finance have always gone together. It takes the best, most secure technologies to keep stockpiles of money safe. We don’t often consider banking and technology together, but it’s the banking industry that stands to be disrupted most by emerging technologies like the Internet of Things, augmented and virtual reality, and wearable technology. Whether that disruption comes from established players or new ones is yet to be determined, but it’ll be interesting to…

Microsoft Announces 3D features For New Windows Update

Microsoft Announces 3D features For New Windows Update

Microsoft Corp (MSFT.O) on Wednesday announced a free update to its Windows operating system that lets users take photos and edit content in three dimensions, in a bid to raise excitement for its declining computing business. The Windows 10 Creators Update, coming in early 2017, lets users on mobile devices take three-dimensional photos by scanning an object as they walk around it. It also allows for 3D graphics in Microsoft’s popular PowerPoint presentation software, and…

The Next Wave of Cloud Computing: Artificial Intelligence?

The Next Wave of Cloud Computing: Artificial Intelligence?

Cloud Computing and Artificial Intelligence Over the past few years, cloud computing has been evolving at a rapid rate. It is becoming the norm in today’s software solutions. Forrester believes that that cloud computing will be a $191 billion market by 2020. According to the 2016 State of Cloud Survey conducted by RightScale, 96% of its respondents are using the cloud, with more enterprise workloads shifting towards public and private clouds. Adoption in both hybrid…

Jobs of The Future with AI and VR

Jobs of The Future with AI and VR

Future Jobs Some people have been worried that with the growth of technologies like artificial intelligence (AI) and virtual reality (VR) jobs will become more scarce. We have learned from history though that every time a new technology hits the market, any job losses from it usually are replaced by new jobs related to that technology. This infographic from Futurism gives us a good glimpse at what such a future with the boom of artificial…