Nearly 18 million babies are born in India each year. Can health data help keep expecting mothers safer during their pregnancy? One startup has a solution.
Though it may seem impersonal, data’s ability to enhance the human experience is very personal. Whether optimizing your commute or monitoring your baby’s vitals at home, immersive learning or VR gaming, data-enabled technologies are at the forefront of how we live our lives in this digital world.
What if biotechnology could help doctors find cancer sooner? This startup in India is using 3D imaging to help accelerate patient care.
We know we have to give up some information to companies in exchange for a service—like apps that help us navigate or find the perfect restaurant. In the digital world, personal data can be valuable for companies wanting to target these types of need-based services. After all, data powers the convenience we love and the more people using a service, the (potentially) better it can get by leveraging data.
Visual search. Mobile shopping apps. Cloud infrastructure. Find out more about the technologies making personalized shopping possible.
Diversity helps make innovation possible. That’s why more tech companies are picking up their hiring from historically underrepresented groups. Here’s what that could mean for the broader tech industry.
Have you noticed the uptick of automation on your smartphone lately? Probably not. That’s because the amazing amount of information fueling that automation is being
Gil Elbaz of Factual shares insights on location data and its importance for innovation in this episode of Data & Me. The ease with which we are able to move through the world, find what we want, and solve problems are due in major part to the massive collection and databasing of information about our physical world that is then integrated with the digital services we access regularly. This location data is equally as valuable for businesses to innovate and optimize their offerings to customer desires and needs. What’s more, technologies that will re-shape our world in the next thirty years, like autonomous drive and augmented reality, will depend on location data to create a deep understanding of the physical world in which they operate.