Autonomous vehicles: Are we steering in the right direction?
Technology Untangled
by Michael Bird, Matt Armstrong-Barnes, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Erik Coelingh, Zenseact, Lionel Robert, University of Michigan, Claire Blackett, Institute for Energy Technology
7M ago
Autonomous vehicles are a hot topic. Their incredible ability – and at times lack of it – is a source of controversy as much as a source of wonder, from avoidable crashes to drivers literally sleeping at the wheel. What's undeniable is that you can now theoretically sit in a car and let it take control as it guides you along the road. But is that actually a good idea? Is technology truly ready to take the wheel? In this episode, we’ll be meeting some of the people and organisations aiming educate us about the limitations - and build appropriate levels of trust - in autonomous vehicles. We'll ..read more
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World poverty: Is technology the great leveller?
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Technology Untangled
by Hewlett Packard Enterprise
7M ago
Since 1990, the global rates of extreme poverty have gone from around 40% to around 10%, and ending World Poverty entirely by 2030 is one of the UN’s Key Sustainable Development Goals, announced in 2015. However, progress is slowing, and 710 million people around the world still live in extreme poverty - currently earning below $1.90 per day. So how can technology help? In this episode, we’ll be meeting some of the people and organisations aiming to eradicate poverty through the use of technology. The power of connectivity One of the most important ways in which rural economies can grow and be ..read more
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World hunger: Can technology help feed the world?
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Technology Untangled
by HPE UK&I, Michael Bird, Mark Jarman, Agritierra, Brian Tippens, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Isabelle Mauro, World Economic Forum, Daan Luining, Meatable.
8M ago
Ending World Hunger by 2030 is one of the UN’s Key Sustainable Development Goals, announced in 2015. We’re now half way to the final milepost, but estimates still put the number of people in the world who are suffering from hunger and malnutrition at around 811 million, more than 9% of the world's population. So how can tech help? In this episode, we’ll be meeting some of the amazing people at the cutting edge of ending world hunger through the use of technology. A view from above: Satellite technology could be a game-changer in connecting remote rural communities to the outside world, helping ..read more
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Technology in Sport: A race against the machine?
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by HPE UK&I, Michael Bird, Hawk-Eye Innovations, Sheffield Hallam University, ROKit Venturi Racing, Matt Armstrong-Barnes, Lucas Di Grassi, Peter Irwin, Steve Haake
8M ago
Professional sport is a world where individuals can earn as much as a decent-sized business, and teams have evolved to become multi-national corporations. And where there's money, technology follows.  In this episode, we'll be meeting with amazing people at the cutting edge of sports technology to look at how data has become a key part of the field - and looking at what organisations around the world can learn from the performance analysis revolution. We're speaking to Professor Steve Haake of Sheffield Hallam University about the revolution in data capture and analytics that came about w ..read more
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The cloud: Is hybrid the answer?
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by HPE UK&I, Michael Bird, Adrian Lovell, Russel MacDonald, Cloud Economic Forum, Alex Hilton, Softwerx, Adriaan Bekker
9M ago
The Cloud has become a backbone of the world economy over the last decade, powering everything from streaming services to mobile banking. It’s a fantastic resource, but as time goes on the limits of the Cloud are becoming clearer, from over-reliance issues to incompatibility with legacy hardware. This week - part 2 of a 2 part special - we’re taking a look at how organisations can leverage the power and flexibility of the Cloud, whilst also tackling some of its challenges and drawbacks. We'll be examining how skills gaps are pushing on-premise and Cloud computing ideologies further apart, and ..read more
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The cloud: How far is too far?
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Technology Untangled
by HPE UK&I, Michael Bird, Adrian Lovell, Russel MacDonald, EM Law, Neil Williamson, Cloud Economic Forum, Alex Hilton, Softwerx, Adriaan Bekker
9M ago
The Cloud has become a backbone of the world economy over the last decade, powering everything from streaming services to mobile banking. It’s a fantastic resource, but as time goes on the limits of the Cloud are becoming clearer, from over-reliance issues to incompatibility with legacy hardware. This week - part 1 of a 2 part special - we’re taking a look at the challenges of the Cloud, and how organisations can make sure they are making best use of the opportunities it presents. We’ll be examining how the financial world is looking to ensure it doesn’t become too reliable on single points-of ..read more
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Coming soon: Technology Untangled Series 3
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Technology Untangled
by HPE UK&I, Michael Bird, Adrian Lovell, Matt Armstrong-Barnes, Lucas De Grasse, ROKiT Venturi Racing
10M ago
Technology Untangled is back for a third series. ‘Friendly’ autonomous vehicles, AI, satellites, plotting food supplies, dependencies, hybrid cloud, hyperscalers, skeletal scanning, ransomware, Virtual Referees, Technological Doping, Big Data, AI, Poker-playing robots, Racing scooters, Sustainability, on-prem, colo, trust, graphine, AI sports coaches, injury prediction, solid-state batteries, FinTech, democratisation, data sovereignty, automation, satellite compute, centaurs, IoT farming, levelling-up, the World Economic Forum, Personal data, data fumes, digital transformation, Everything-As-A ..read more
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2021 Untangled: Are things remotely normal yet?
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Technology Untangled
by HPE, Michael Bird, Antonio Neri, Anthesis Group CEO Stuart McLachlan, Micro:bit Edcuational Foundation CEO Gareth Stockdale, Susie Wolff CEO, ROKiT Venturi Racing, Formula E
1y ago
2021 has been a year marked by new and continuing challenges worldwide. Coronavirus and travel restrictions have been joined by supply chain shortages in many industries - especially computer components - shipping issues, and financial uncertainty.  In a very special episode of Technology Untangled, host Michael Bird is joined by a group of senior business leaders: Anthesis Group's CEO Stuart McLachlan, HPE's President and CEO, Antonio Neri, Gareth Stockdale, CEO of the Micro:bit Educational Foundation, and ROKiT Venturi Racing CEO, Susie Wolff.  We explore the challenges and opportu ..read more
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Series 2: What have we learned?
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Technology Untangled
by HPE, Michael Bird, Andrew Emerson, Chris Dando, Colin Wood, Dan Broomham, Dave Strong, Eng Lim Goh, Florian Buehr, Ian Henderson, Jacob Balma, Jen Hawes-Hewitt, Jimmy Chion, John Frey, Jordan Appleson, Lauren Dyer, Leslie Shannon, Mark Fernandez, Mary Towers Matt Armstrong-Barnes, Puneet Sharma, Rasha Hasaneen, Ray Beausoleil, Sarah McCarthy, Simon Peyton-Jones, Simon Wilson, Toju Duke
1y ago
This series has been a wild ride! We've spoken to some of enterprise tech's brightest brains this season, and one thing they weren't short of was opinions! Innovation is coming thick and fast, and we've discussed 5G, supercomputers, AI, computer science, digital transformation, zero trust, blockchain, IOT, energy innovation, quantum computing, mixed reality, and everything in between. But there were a few topics that cropped up time and time again. So... what have learnt this season? In today's episode, we draw insights from over 60 hours of interviews and discuss the big themes that our guest ..read more
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Mission to Mars: How far can we push the edge?
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by HPE, Michael Bird, Eng Lim Goh, Mark Fernandez, Timothy Lang, NASA Marshall Space Flight Centre
1y ago
In space, there's no room for error and no time for hesitancy. Astronauts depend on crucial communications from mission control just to stay alive. But the further you travel from Earth, the longer it takes to send and receive messages. And with sights firmly set on Mars, how do we overcome the 20-minute communication lag to the red planet? The answer, take an all-knowing supercomputer with you to do the big calculations and make the tough calls instead. Today on Technology Untangled, we're exploring edge computing at its most extreme as host, Michael Bird, explores how high-performance comput ..read more
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