Miles College Gets $2 Million In Technology Resources From IBM

FAIRFIELD, AL — Miles College has announced a multi-million dollar collaboration with IBM on a comprehensive program designed to develop diverse and high demand skill sets that align with industry needs and trends for both students and faculty.

IBM and Miles College are building on the need to advance digital skills in education and are dedicated to providing future focused curriculum and educational tools to help train the diverse workforce of tomorrow in fast-growing technologies such as AI, blockchain, data science, cybersecurity, cloud and quantum.

“Miles College celebrates IBM’s leadership in recognizing the value of investing in HBCU students as current and future leaders and innovators in the technology workforce,” said Bobbie Knight, Miles College President. “While the digital divide has historically placed many students at a technological disadvantage, this initiative will absolutely help narrow that gap.”

The collaboration extends IBM’s recent investment in technology, assets, resources and skills development

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The Importance Of ‘Agility’ In The Future Of Work

Julia Stead is the CMO of Allocadia, a marketing performance management platform that helps maximize marketing’s impact on businesses.

Now that many of us have hit the eight-month mark, if not longer, of working from home, it’s high time to have a broader conversation about the future of work. At the beginning of the pandemic, most of us embraced a “we’re all in this together” mentality, assuming the disruption in our lives would last a few weeks — or maybe a month or two. I don’t have to tell you how that one played out. With no end in sight, it’s time to rip off the Band-Aid and explore how to make remote work effective and sustainable long term.

No matter how you slice it, we’re at the precipice of a landmark shift in work norms on many frontiers — where we work, when we work, even h

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MIT Research Examines New Technology Adoption in Manufacturing and its Implications for Work and Workers

CAMBRIDGE, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The MIT Task Force on the Work of the Future, a multi-disciplinary initiative examining how emerging technologies are changing the nature of work, is releasing three research briefs today focused on manufacturing. The briefs examine the adoption of new technologies by U.S. manufacturers as well as the development of new transformative manufacturing technologies: additive manufacturing (AM) and industrial robotics. The authors explore several key questions including: What are the current motivations and barriers to adoption of new technologies by manufacturers, particularly small and medium-size firms, and how are skill requirements changing if at all for workers? What are the challenges and opportunities for the role of industrial robots in manufacturing? What is the value of AM and how do we build AM skills and capabilities within and across organizations? These briefs provide an in-depth perspective on some of the themes covered in the Task Force’s recently

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3D Cameras Market 2020 Report Forecast By Global Industry Trends, Future Growth, Regional Overview

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Nov 23, 2020 (Heraldkeepers) —
The report covers detailed competitive outlook including the market share and company profiles of the key participants operating in the global market. Key players profiled in the report include Nikon, Go Pro, Sony Corp., Canon, Panasonic Corp., LG Electronics Inc., Samsung Electronics Corp., Fujifilm Corp., Kodak and Faro Technologies. Company profile includes assign such as company summary, financial summary, business strategy and planning, SWOT analysis and current developments.

According to the projections, the 3D camera market is estimated to exceed more than USD 7.5 billion during the forecast period. The market will experience an outstanding growth at a CAGR of 26% during the forecast period.

 

Browse Full Report: https://www.marketresearchengine.com/reportdetails/3d-camera-market

The 3d camera market is segmented on the lines of its technology, type and application. The 3d camera market is segmented on the

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Strange Bedfellows? What Tech PR and Sci-Fi Have in Common

If you are a science fiction enthusiast like me, you’re well aware of big upcoming events like the theatrical release of the movie Dune, slated for October of next year. I’m excited about seeing this new version, which is said to reflect the classic book more effectively. And hopefully, it will expunge bad memories of David Lynch’s campy 1984 version. I know many others in the tech sector are as excited about the new Dune as I am. It is the rare movie that makes the front page of a major tech publication more than a year before its release.



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I believe there is a real, meaningful intersection between technology PR, technology professionals and science fiction. Dune isn’t the only franchise that tech people love. From Star Trek to Star Wars and shows like Battlestar Galactica, we seem to consume them all. Who among

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Top 5 sectors that can be disrupted by drone technology in the near future

If you have watched the Indian military action film, Uri: The Surgical Strike, do you recall the Garuda, a robotic eagle Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), disguised as a bird that flew across the border to sneak out information? Now imagine a time in the future when these UAVs or commonly known as drones will deliver us packages or help farmers increase the yield of their crops.

Are we not excited at the possibilities?

India could be one of the countries at the forefront of the drone revolution. As per the Drone Industry Insights Report 2020, the global drone market size is expected to grow to $42.8B by 2025 at 13.8% CAGR. The findings also projected that India is expected to be the third-largest drone market in the world by 2025.

This means that there is an immense potential for the growth of drone technology in the country in the years

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Interview with an AI – Insights into Education, Technology, Health, Innovation and Climate Change

As part of my research into AI and machine learning, I am formulating the core principles that contribute to the foundation of my future product offering for digital business development that I believe organisations should embrace as we advance into the “Information Learning Age”.

So I grabbed a beer, sat down at my computer and decided to do a series of interview questions with one of the most ground-breaking machine learning platforms to surface in the last few years – OpenAI.  I was keen to understand the insights of the latest GPT-3 predictive language model whose output is driven by data input at a scale through one of the now many service provider start-ups using the platform, www.copy.ai and one that uses algorithms trained through the mass collation of content on the internet. 

In many ways, the wide net of output responses from OpenAI used by copyAI can be considered,

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Tesla, Align Technology Help Nasdaq Investors Smile

Thanksgiving in 2020 promises to be much different from the way it was in most years, but at least on Wall Street, the holiday mood seems to be working just as well as ever. The stock market came out of the weekend ready to move higher on Monday, and despite some bumps along the road during the day, the Nasdaq Composite (NASDAQINDEX: ^IXIC) was up by about a fifth of a percent just minutes before the close.

Some strong trends continued to grip the Nasdaq, helping to support its move higher. Align Technology (NASDAQ: ALGN) made a big pitch to its investors, letting them know about some of the interesting opportunities the orthodontic alignment-device maker sees ahead. Meanwhile, a similar-sized gain awaited investors in Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA), as excitement about the electric-vehicle (EV) industry continued to boost its most prestigious member.

Align sees plenty of growth ahead

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Green Technology and Sustainability Market 2020 Global Trends, Market Share, Industry Size, Growth, Opportunities and Forecast to 2025

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Nov 23, 2020 (AB Digital via COMTEX) —
Summary

A New Market Study, titled “Green Technology and Sustainability Market Upcoming Trends, Growth Drivers and Challenges” has been featured on WiseGuyReports.

This report provides in depth study of “Green Technology and Sustainability Market” using SWOT analysis i.e. Strength, Weakness, Opportunities and Threat to the organization. The Green Technology and Sustainability Market report also provides an in-depth survey of key players in the market which is based on the various objectives of an organization such as profiling, the product outline, the quantity of production, required raw material, and the financial health of the organization.This market report offers a comprehensive analysis of the global Green Technology and Sustainability market. This report focused on Green Technology and Sustainability market past and present growth globally. Global research on Global Green Technology

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Transforming the Future of Digital Health Management

The Zepp brand was founded in Silicon Valley in 2010 and quickly became the go-to brand for athletes looking to improve their performance. Now in 2020, Zepp is transforming itself. Zepp has already commenced an exciting new chapter, with personalized health management as its mission. Powered by its belief in the role human-centered technology can play in self-improvement, Zepp is leveraging the potential of the Internet of Things, AI technologies, devices and apps that help people manage their health and wellbeing.

Zepp is a dynamic brand transforming personal health management

Zepp, the brand, grew from concept of using technology for self improvement and personal health management in order to enjoy a more fulfilling life every day. The Zepp brand tagline is “With you every moment”.

The Σ that appears in the logo is based on the Greek letter, sigma, which is a mathematical symbol representing summation. Mathematics requires precision and

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