Blockchain is transforming everything from payments transactions to how money is raised in the private market. Will the traditional banking industry embrace this technology or be replaced by it?
Quantum computing is still a nascent space — but its impact on financial services could be huge. We look at the tech’s applications in finance and highlight the players already making moves to gain an early quantum edge.
Warehouses are using emerging IoT technologies like low-power semiconductors and edge computing chips to keep track of inventory, optimize workflows, and coordinate robot workers.
ESG funds largely outperformed S&P 500 during the pandemic. But the ESG scoring process is ambiguous, and brands often struggle to understand how to improve their ratings. From resilience planning to supply chain monitoring, we look at how alternative data and AI can help.
Manufacturers are relying on 5G networks and edge computing to deploy autonomous robots, enable predictive maintenance, and counter labor shortages. We look at the trends shaping the space and what comes next.
Advances in clinical language understanding are creating new opportunities for conversational AI in the healthcare space. We look at the top use cases to monitor.
Residential battery storage is expected to ease supply constraints on utility grids and accelerate the integration of renewable energy.
Consumers are putting increasing pressure on CPG companies to reduce plastic waste. We look at the alternative packaging approaches gaining traction with brands and retailers.
Gesture recognition's potential extends beyond limiting surface contact. From workout tracking to in-store monitoring, gesture recognition is being applied across industries like healthcare, auto, retail, and more.
From advanced care planning to chronic care management to remote health monitoring, consumer health tech could make senior care more patient-centric, personalized, and accessible.
Artificial intelligence is helping healthcare providers save money and improve efficiency in billing and insurance. From speech recognition for clinical documentation to machine learning for data extraction, here's how the tech is improving medical financing.
From using computer vision to diagnose equipment malfunctions to providing real-time support for sales agents, we look at how artificial intelligence is helping manufacturers make sales and support more efficient and effective.
From forecasting future demand for products to identifying supply chain bottlenecks before they happen, we look at how AI could help manufacturers optimize outbound logistics.
Artificial intelligence, autonomous flight, and quantum computing tech could make the resource-intensive aerospace industry greener and more efficient.
More airlines are eyeing tech like biofuels, carbon capture, and electric-powered planes to hit sustainability goals and reduce costs.
From improving predictive maintenance to enhancing cybersecurity to enabling remote machine calibration, we break down how artificial intelligence could make manufacturing safer and more efficient.
Facing increasing demands from customers, insurers are beginning to invest in digital payment capabilities to better collect premiums, disburse claims, and reconcile transactions.
Airlines are using sensors, digital simulations, and more to reduce time on the ground and get ahead of operational failures.
From professional sports to foreign languages, virtual reality can help foster more meaningful educational experiences for learners of all ages.
Consumer preferences for clean and sustainable products are propelling the use of lab-grown ingredients and biodegradable packaging in the industry.
Manufacturers have accelerated the adoption of AR/VR, no-code, and cobot solutions to augment front-line workers.
Digital biomarkers — or data like heart rate collected through wearables or other digital devices — could help providers better predict patient outcomes and develop more customized health plans.
DLT capital markets initiatives rely on blockchain networks like Ethereum and Corda to function. We look at which types of networks are attracting startups and corporates and why. This research was done in partnership with Blockdata.