Technology is progressing faster than ever, with ground-breaking new ideas being explored every day. From floating farms to edge computing, here are the 15 most incredible emerging technologies. #top15 Several segments are licensed under creative commons https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode For more video information, please visit our website. The Top Fives show brings you informational and entertaining top five videos! Join us and subscribe for more. Follow Josh on Instagram! Founder and producer of the Top Fives show. Stay up to date with the channel and everything YouTube and business related! https://instagram.com/joshuajosephbaker Follow us on Facebook! https://facebook.com/topfivesyoutube Contact us via the email form here: https://www.youtube.com/topfives/about Note: The videos featured on the Top Fives channel are for educational and informational purposes. If you have a good idea for a video, leave us a comment! We try to read each and every comment made.
Welcome to BlockSpaces Live! There is a lot of speculation about the impact of Artificial Intelligence on Blockchain. Part of the problem is the folklore surrounding Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain. Putting the two technologies together has the potential to use data in ways that were never before thought possible. Data is the key ingredient for the development and enhancement of AI algorithms, and blockchain secures this data, allowing us to audit all intermediary steps AI takes to draw conclusions from the data and allows individuals to monetize their produced data. Will combining these new technologies cause more problems then they solve? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below. Hosted by Shahan Khoshafian Guests: Dr.Setrag Khoshafian – Principal & Chief Scientist, Khosh Consulting Chuck Dyer – DXC Technologies Visit us at https://blockspaces.io Join us every Thursday at 12PM/EST. Please remember to Like, Share, & Subscribe to our channel now to catch our next discussion.
Join Amy Webb for the launch of the Future Today Institute’s 15th anniversary edition of its Tech Trends Report and a deep dive into all the trends you’ll need to follow in 2022. In this provocative session, futurist Amy Webb, professor at NYU Stern School of Business and CEO of the Future Today Institute, will provide a data-driven analysis for the emerging tech trends that need to be on your radar this year — and she’ll show you scenarios that will change your perspective on the future. For those who have attended this session at previous SXSW festivals and already know what to expect from this session, you are in for a special treat this year. At the end of the session, you will receive a special SXSW-edition of the Tech Trend Report, which is downloaded 1 million times every year. About SXSW: SXSW dedicates itself to helping creative people achieve their goals. Founded in 1987 in Austin, Texas, SXSW is best known for its conference and festivals that celebrate the convergence of the interactive, film, and music industries. An essential destination for global professionals, this year’s online event features sessions, showcases, screenings, exhibitions, professional development and a variety of networking opportunities. For more information, please visit sxsw.com. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/sxsw?sub_… Connect with SXSW: Website: https://www.sxsw.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SXSWFestival/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/sxsw Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sxsw/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/sxsw
This is a basic introduction which contains: Evolution of Technologies, Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, Augmented Reality, and Virtual Reality, Cloud Computing, Angular and React, DevOps, Internet of Things (IoT), Intelligent Apps (I-Apps), Big Data, Robotic Processor Automation (RPA),
“In my over 30 years on the Street, many of the most attractive investments have emerged from disruptive technologies. While less understood early on, the world eventually found them essential due to enhanced productivity and efficiency, and some investors were rewarded with results many times the capital invested. The next wave of disruptive technology presents even greater potential, with more benefits to society than “cloud-mobile-social”. These mega trends include artificial intelligence, genomics, quantum computing and robotics, augmented reality, and finally, autonomous vehicles.” – Edmund Hannon, Alternative Strategy Institute https://www.altstratinst.com Speakers: Marc Weiss, Open Field Capital Chuck Clarvit, Clarvit Capital Family Office Katherine Hill Ritchie, Nottingham Spirk Family Office Lois Peltz, Peltz International www.peltzinternational.com
Digital technology advancement has become a strategic priority for every business to meet the growing consumer expectations and the pace of digital transformation. Following the trend, global insurance companies are also using technology for their business purposes. Business owners are employing these tools to improve the essential nature of workers’ compensation coverage, auto insurance coverage, general liability insurance coverage, and coverages for other business-related insurances. With new innovations, new technologies are gaining entry into space. Let’s see what will be the top technology trends for the insurance industry in 2020
Emerging Technologies: How advances in science and technology could transform the ways we live, work and learn Rohit Talwar, Founder & CEO, Fast Future Research We are living in an age of unprecedented change, much of it driven by technology. In this opening keynote, Rohit Talwar explores the implications for our daily lives, with particular emphasis on what these changes mean for how we learn – whether at work or in our daily lives. Artificial intelligence and robotics are one area of current explosive growth which will undoubtedly impact work and learning. When most routine tasks are automated, what role is left for us? It may be rather more than you would expect – but also very different from our work today. But if AI will change the way we work and learn, other mega shifts will have equally profound, if less obvious, impacts. Our increased lifespans will impact both society and how companies organise, and this in turn will shift the way we approach learning for work, as adopting new skills and knowledge becomes a lifelong preoccupation. Similarly, an interconnected world means that the market for skills alters radically. Combined with crowd sourcing and new models of business and revenue generation, we can expect the future of work to be very different to today – and with that, the future of learning at work to be radically altered, too. http://www.learningtechnologies.co.uk/
Panel discussion on Emerging Technologies Panel at TiEcon Kerala 2018 led by KC Ayyagari, Startup Eco system Partnerships Manager, Google Cloud India; Rajeev M A Enterprise Architect at Tata Consultancy Services Focused on Artificial Intelligence. Koshy M Mathew, Executive Director, Ernst & Young LLP and Moderator Mukund Krishna, Managing Director & CEO, Suyati Technologies
Leading edge AI applications have always been resource-intensive and known for stretching the limits of conventional (von Neumann architecture) computer performance. Specialized hardware, purpose built to optimize AI applications, is not new. In fact, it should be no surprise that the very first .com internet domain was registered to Symbolics – a company that built the Lisp Machine, a dedicated AI workstation – in 1985. In the last three decades, of course, the performance of conventional computers has improved dramatically with advances in chip density (Moore’s Law) leading to faster processor speeds, memory speeds, and massively parallel architectures. And yet, some applications – like machine vision for real time video analysis and deep machine learning – always need more power. Participants in this webinar will learn the fundamentals of the three hardware approaches that are receiving significant investments and demonstrating significant promise for AI applications. – Neuromorphic/neurosynaptic architectures (brain-inspired hardware) – GPUs (graphics processing units, optimized for AI algorithms), and – Quantum computers (based on principles and properties of quantum-mechanics rather than binary logic). Note – This webinar requires no previous knowledge of hardware or computer architectures.