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Peggy and Joshua Peschel, assistant professor of agricultural and biosystems engineering, Iowa State University, kick off the month by talking about open source—and a big initiative for 2019 with open livestock.
Wrapping up the month of January, Peggy and John Pletz, senior reporter, Crain’s Chicago Business, have a conversation about all the emerging technologies that were center stage at CES—and how that will translate into innovation in the year ahead.
Peggy and Joshua Peschel, assistant professor of agricultural and biosystems engineering, Iowa State University, talk about new technology that is needed in 2019: systems related to automation and technology related to agricultural intelligence
Peggy is joined by David Selinger, CEO and cofounder, Deep Sentinel, who shares the story about catching a bad guy with his new system—and how AI (artificial intelligence) will quickly change the game for video monitoring in the home
Peggy sits down with Aviad Shnaiderman, cofounder and CEO, Aura Smart Air, who believes air is a transportation for pollution—but new technology can help by measuring and detecting issues in the home and around our structures.
Peggy is joined by Ravi Puvvala, CEO, Savari, who talks about what is needed to move V2X (vehicle-to-everything) forward today and how autonomous-vehicle standards are going to define the framework for the marketplace.
Peggy Smedley shares about emerging tech trends that will help shape the IoT (Internet of Things). She says a big-picture trend that is shaping the IoT is how technology is being used to solve key societal issues such as clean drinking water.
Paul Wellener, vice chairman, Deloitte, and the leader of the U.S. industrial products and construction practice, Deloitte Consulting, sits down with Peggy to delve into the widely discussed skills gap—specifically in the manufacturing industry—and how that gap can be closed with the help of emerging technology.
Peggy Smedley sits down with show regular Josh Peschel, assistant professor of agriculture and Biosystems engineering, Iowa State University, who also talks about the state of infrastructure—and the role of the IoT (Internet of Things) and robotics in helping rebuild.
Peggy congratulates Josh Peschel, assistant professor, agricultural and biosystems engineering, Iowa State University, on being named a 2019 Pioneer and they discuss two big projects that he is excited about today.
Peggy and Joshua Gans, professor of strategic management, University of Toronto, discuss how AI (artificial intelligence) is becoming better about predicting things and how it can augment or improve humans.
Peggy Smedley says BI (business intelligence) is a set of methodologies, processes, architectures, and technologies that transform raw data into meaningful information—and it helps executives make more informed decisions with the help of realtime data.