Technology and Innovation
Artificial intelligence technologies could contribute more than $15tn to the world economy by 2030, according to a new report published by Price Waterhouse Coopers.
To survive and thrive through this current wave of disruption, businesses need to successfully bridge from the physical to the digital world. A new IBM whitepaper lays out exactly how to do just that.
German automotive manufacturer, Continental has become the latest to join the self-driving consortium formed by BMW, Intel, and Mobileye. Continental joins as a system integrator.
The Manufacturer sat down with the head of GE Additive, Mohammad Ehteshami, to discuss what the future holds for additive manufacturing.
One of the world’s leading software corporations, Autodesk, has appointed Andrew Anagnost, current interim co-chief executive officer and chief marketing officer, as its new president and CEO.
A framework has been published showing how blockchain technology can be used to enhance the security, privacy and manageability of IoT devices and networks.
The Institute for Advanced Manufacturing (IfAM) at the University of Nottingham has helped develop a new wing structure providing Airbus Helicopters’ high-speed rotorcraft with enhanced speed and range to complete advanced missions.
Microsoft and Tenova (Techint Group) have launched an integrated system based on advanced technologies in an effort to help iron and steel manufacturers boost performance, competitiveness and data-enabled insights.
Thanks to the internet, modern e-commerce has drastically altered the way manufacturers interact with their client’s during the sales process.
GE Ventures has launched Avitas Systems, a new data-driven company using predictive data analytics, advanced robotics and artificial intelligence to deliver a step change in routine inspections.