The term smart city has evoked various descriptions at some point, but the world’s existing cities will need to smarten up as IoT evolves, as Giacomo Lee reports.
The automation of workplaces combined with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic led to millions of job losses across various industries, leading to an existential crisis among workers.
The interest around quantum computing continues to grow, but many still see it as something that will happen in the future. The reality is that it is already making an impact, explains Giacomo Lee.
2021 is seen as a year of catch-up for the Internet of Things. But IoT cyber security issues which dogged the tech in the 2010s continue to do so, Giacomo Lee explains.
With AI more than rising to the challenge of Covid-19, its spread throughout the business ecosphere will only be a matter of time – and industries are already changing because of it, writes Giacomo Lee.
The US Navy began the first fleet exercise focused on unmanned systems, including unmanned air vehicles (UAVs), unmanned surface vehicles (USVs) and unmanned underwater vehicles (UUVs), to test the Distributed Navy Fleet Architecture concept on...