Jennings Motor Group: The Best in the Automotive Industrytechnology we are moving with such pace that hardly anyone is surprised with the advances we have made to the world at this point. To remain a big player in the automotive industry one has to learn to adapt and change quickly and create new and better solutions and Jennings Motor Group has done just that since its inception. We have a level of customer care that is perfected over time and why not? Since this industry is one of the most challenging and the leaders have to act on many fronts for the proper development. Vehicle services, shared mobility and autonomous vehicles, all these are interconnected with each other and with our professionalism and dedication we have found the perfect solution to combine these. A fine solution is to combine big players in international automotive industry and new and creative start ups and Jennings Motor Group has been doing just that to bring new and advanced technologies to your doorstep. … [Read more...] about Technology Advances in the Automotive Industry
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Technology is ripe with ethical dilemmas. New tech usually comes with more power and more advanced capabilities; we might be able to reshape the world in new, innovative ways, or we might expose the human mind to conditions it’s never experienced before. Obviously, this opens the door to ethical challenges, such as determining whether it’s right to edit the human genome or programming self-driving cars to behave in ways aligned with our morals. I could write an article with thousands of ethical questions we still have to answer, covering artificial intelligence (AI), virtual reality (VR), medical breakthroughs, and the internet of things (IoT). But there’s one bigger question that affects all the others, and we aren’t spending enough time to address it: who gets to decide the answers to these questions? The high-level challenges There are some high-level challenges we have to consider here: 1. Balancing ethics and innovation. Our legislative process is … [Read more...] about Who should get to decide what’s ethical as technology advances?
With cyberattacks becoming more sophisticated and commonplace, businesses across all sectors are stepping up their defences to protect their most vital assets. In the capital markets space, SIX and IBM Security have deployed a new cognitive computing system using Watson for Cyber Security to help protect Switzerland’s financial sector from potentially systemic shocks. There is an ongoing argument about the power of artificial intelligence (AI). Some believe that it is a danger to society, hinging on concerns around the impact of the full automation of many job roles in the coming years. Others are more positive about the technological advancement, instead seeing it as a force for good, with the power to protect the world against modern and increasingly sophisticated threats and re-shape the labour market in line with the Fifth Industrial Revolution. Growing pains Hackers are yet to use AI to take control of our digital world but they are already making a … [Read more...] about How the next generation of technology is combating cybercrime in the financial sector
Will Martin, provided by Published 4:04 am, Friday, April 13, 2018 REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico Since 1760, productivity has increased almost 30 fold. That is largely down to technological innovations like electricity, telephones, and the internet. Barclays chronicled the world's rising productivity in its latest Equity Gilt Study. Recommended Video: Now Playing: Workers across the world are increasingly aware of what many consider an existential threat to a wide array of jobs. Safe and efficient autonomous vehicles, for example, may make truck drivers obsolete in the not too distant future. At the same time, advocates of technology argue, people around the planet are finding new and often better opportunities thanks to continuing industrial innovation. The world of work is changing, from Silicon Valley to the Nile Valley, where Spotlight visited to discover how developments in agri-technology are revolutionising crop cultivation. Once part of the desert, a … [Read more...] about This chart shows every major technological innovation in the last 150 years — and how they have changed the way we work
The automotive industry is facing a new era of self-driving cars, the “Uber Effect,” and the decline of oil-dependent vehicles. For much of the 20th century, the car represented the modern frontier: speed, innovation, sex appeal, individuality, and escape. Many countries built highway infrastructures — blazing a path through the countryside in the name of connectedness. But just as Henry Ford (the original automotive disruptor) changed the face of the industry in 1908 by industrializing production of the Model T, we are again at a moment ripe for innovation. The industry as we know it will not survive the 21st century. Some incumbents will adapt to electric vehicles, self-driving cars, and the sharing economy, but others will be swept aside as today’s upstarts lead us into new terrain. EVs will end the internal combustion engine That new car you just bought will most likely be your last to have an internal combustion engine (ICE), as the electric vehicle … [Read more...] about These 3 technologies are about to revolutionize the auto industry