Artificial Intelligence is all over the News. But does it affect you now?
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The security of the internet of things (IoT) remains a key barrier to its proliferation. Research analysed by Business Insider found that 44% of American consumers were “very concerned” about the possibility of information and privacy leaks becoming a reality when it comes to their connected devices, indicating the scale of the concern, says Jocelyn Brown, freelance technology writer, .
According to a recent study from market research firm Global Market Insights, the digital twin market is set to grow from its current market value of more than US$4 billion (€3 billion) to over $35 billion (€29 billion) by 2026, gaining traction over the 2020 to 2026 period.
Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), an Amazon.com company, reports that Arcelik, one of the manufacturers of household appliances, has selected AWS as its preferred cloud provider for machine learning and analytics across its entire operations.
In a new Palo Alto Networks study, technology leaders have acknowledged they need to step up security to face an IoT influx.Smart teddy bears, implanted heart monitors, electric cars and other connected devices are regularly connecting to corporate networks, prompting technology leaders to warn that significant action should be taken to prevent these devices from being used to hack into businesses.
Generation Z – those born between 1995 and 2010 – already make up about 36% of the global workforce, and this number will continue to rise in the coming years as more and more of this generation leave school and university and enter the world of work. Generation Z are, on the whole, digitally native, says Barbara Whye, chief diversity & inclusion officer and VP of social impact and human resources, Intel.
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