Any of us that have spent time sitting in traffic have much to look forward to with autonomous cars in the next few years.
Some of the biggest technological innovations in history occurred during wars and struggles of history, and the same is appearing true of COVID.
Half of Gen Z and Millennials are finding communicating with colleagues challenging, compared to approximately 35% of Gen X and Baby Boomers.
65% of children entering primary school today may ultimately end up working in completely new job types that don’t even exist yet!
Could the age of automation see us no longer define ourselves by our work, while at the same time usher in a new age of productivity and prosperity?
Online connection is a foundational part of the global landscape of today, changing the way we interact with each other and the world around us.
Imagine a world where you enter a retail store and are instantly identified by your mobile phone. Your preferences are immediately recognised.
It is hard to refute the statement that we are now living in the great screenage. Screen-based devices are now a regular part of our day to day lives.
For many of us, the very mention of Artificial Intelligence conjures up futuristic notions of SkyNet and cunning malevolent robots.