Peggy wraps up the final segment of the show with comments from the audience about regulatory barriers to standards, the next generation, and sustained AI R&D investment.
Peggy and Don Korfhage, president, SQUEAKS and IGear, chat about what drives manufacturing today and why results-driven communication is so important.
Peggy digs into how AI (artificial intelligence) is changing the nature of work, saying that it will yield high economic benefits for the United States.
Peggy and Carlene Ileto, executive director, products and services delivery management office, U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security, talk about women in IT and the importance of failure.
Peggy says data-center innovation is going to ramp up, as it is trending toward two poles: large and small.
Peggy and Laz Vekiarides, CTO and cofounder, ClearSky Data, discuss the growth of data, edge computing, and the need for storage technology.
Peggy and Joshua Peschel, assistant professor of agricultural and biosystems engineering, Iowa State University, talk about the vast amount of data that exists in agriculture and how services that are sold in the cloud are becoming the new normal.
Peggy and Michael Ludden, futurist, speaker, product leader and developer platform expert, global head of developer advocacy, and principal augmented reality advocate, Bose, talk about how technology is a tool and how it impacts working trends.
Continuing the conversation, Peggy and Jaishree Subramania, Sr. Director, Azure IoT, Microsoft, talk about the next wave in the IoT, which will see leading companies break away from the pack.
Peggy and Jaishree Subramania, Sr. Director, Azure IoT, Microsoft, talk about IoT adoption and security and findings in its new report.