Robots are coming. They’re coming with or without our blessing, and in shapes and forms we can’t even imagine. But they also come with limits, limits that we will soon discover along the way.
For now, professions that require resourcefulness, flexibility and creativity still appear to be impervious to obsolescence. Here are the 14 fallacies of the coming robot apocalypse.
The fact that you cannot predict the future with complete accuracy doesn’t mean you don’t have an obligation as a leader to ask the question and continue to grapple with the possibilities.
The process of hiring in the field of technology is flawed. While experience is important, it is not the key ingredient to finding talent that can solve tomorrow's challenges.
Konnexe app launches in Denver to connect IT professionals.
Re-entry into the field after a hiatus and the bro culture attributed to lack of women in tech sector.
Aspenware Founder and CEO, Richard Pederson named Top Techie of 2017 by ColoradoBiz magazine for Denver-based custom web and mobile application firm.
At DISH, Vivek Khemka oversees the development and execution of technology strategy for DISH and Sling TV, and manages DISH’s product roadmaps, video, online and mobile, user experience, broadband and commercial products.
Blinker can also post the car on online marketplaces, where interested buyers can message the seller via the app, and transfer payment and title through the app.
2017 ColoradoBiz Top Techie, Chip Barnes, works with NASA, NOAA and commercial customers, supporting programs through independent design review and new business development.
As people take cybersecurity more seriously, Red Canary wants companies to see it as a core discipline.
Kristen Stiles co-founder and CEO of Sitter.me helps parents find, book and pay babysitters in the new economy and wins ColoradoBiz Magazine's 2017 Top Techies.