By Janet Ooi, IoT Industry Solutions Lead, Keysight Technologies
While digital infrastructure might not be the cure to COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, it is undoubtedly helping the world cope in many ways. More and more, governments, enterprises, healthcare, and even the education sector are using the Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (AI) to autonomously fight the effects of the pandemic as it continues to spread globally.
Here are six ways IoT and AI are helping curb the pandemic:
By Victor Firoiu, Senior Staff Academic Research Lead, VMware
With the Climate Decade upon us, cutting global emissions in half by 2030 depends on bold actions and a global capacity for innovation. We’re focused on both. Throughout our 20-year history, we’ve pioneered solutions to help build a low-carbon economy and become a carbon-neutral business.
New tertiary treatment facilities, nutrient management system are models of sustainable innovation
OVERLAND PARK, Kan., September 14, 2020 /3BL Media/ – Packing long-term water resilience and other sustainable solutions into a small footprint earned the upgrade of the Paso Robles Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) top honors as the Global Water Awards’ 2020 Wastewater Project of the Year.
Improving business processes, reducing sustainment costs, and advancing the capabilities of the aging DoD IT environment
Brian W. Callahan provides strategic direction in designing and executing solutions for modernizing mission-critical information systems for Department of Defense (DoD) clients. Beginning with his experience in data analysis and the related business process challenges of the client, he leads the development of solution strategy, team building, and application of innovative technologies. Brian’s passion is working with clients to design process improvements and apply appropriate technologies that transform their operations and solve their most challenging problems.
by Thibaut Mongon, Executive Vice President and Worldwide Chairman of Consumer Health at Johnson & Johnson
Human health is complex.
Physical health is interdependent with the health of our communities and the planet. They can’t be teased apart from one another.
As part of the world’s largest healthcare company, Johnson & Johnson Consumer Health is uniquely positioned and has a responsibility to approach health (of people and our planet) in an integrated way. We can leverage our science, scale, and reach to improve the health of both people and the planet.
In signing the pledge, we are joining eight other biopharmaceutical companies working on vaccine research and development in making the safety and well-being of vaccinated individuals our top priority.
Recently, Johnson & Johnson announced that we, alongside eight other companies working on investigational COVID-19 vaccines, are signing a #WeStandWithScience pledge committed to upholding the integrity of the scientific process as we work towards potential global regulatory filings and approvals of the first vaccines for COVID-19.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is poised to become the next big information revolution. As we move into an increasingly data-driven world, there is a critical need to build an AI-ready workforce. How are India’s educators and educational institutions gearing up to tap into this huge opportunity?
Among the top 10 trends that will impact the jobs of the future in the Indian economic landscape, increasing adoption of new technology, advances in AI, and expansion of education are particularly significant.
Rhonda R., Senior Telecommunications Engineer, IT, is passionate about collaborating with her colleagues, especially in times of change, to ensure they are effectively using technology to achieve their best results.
Transitioning to a work-from-home environment was a major shift for Rhonda and one that she struggled with at first. But, there was a silver lining. She had a chance to help NRG employees find new solutions and adjust to new technology.
During COVID-19, seventy-five percent (75%) of Americans report they are currently seeking out more coupons, promo codes and deals when they shop online
LOS ANGELES, September 15, 2020 /3BL Media/– Honey today released new research exploring the emotions and deal-seeking habits of online shopping during COVID-19 finding that 58% of respondents have experienced a decrease in household income. Now, there is an immediate need for shoppers to find savings with four out of five (79%) Americans saying discovering a deal is even more important than it was before the pandemic. Gone are the days of aimlessly searching for coupons in the dark as savvy shoppers adopt new behaviors for finding deals that help them buy what they love and need.
With many employees across the country and the world working remote until further notice, leaders will have to lean on technology to help their workforce feel engaged and connected.
Just like many other employees around the world, I’m spending my work days at home lately. During this time, I’ve often found myself reflecting on how far remote capabilities have come over the last couple of decades, from when dial-up connectivity meant it could take 20 minutes just for one employee to access the remote server to now thousands of us logging on almost instantaneously.