The Department of Homeland Security wishes to utilize facial recognition technology to track the movement of foreign nationals at the border.
According to a study, by 2020, 80 percent of businesses will be using chatbots and Artificial Intelligence to improve workflow and customer relationships.
Detector from RapidFire Tools will see lower acquisition cost, tools for defining and marketing service plans, and third party integration through update.
University of Texas Athletics will gain campus-wide efficiency through new technology, while Ricoh opens the Ricoh Stadium Club at Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium.
The newly announced AI bots from Salesforce will help users build apps, have access to improved customer service.
Datashield will be rebranded as ADT Cybersecurity, and will provide managed services for detection and response to mid-market and enterprise organizations.
In his fourth year serving on the board, QSC CEO Joe Pham has been named president-elect of the 2018 AVIXA Board of Directors.
If Broadcom and Qualcomm merge, decision makers won’t feel a major hit – but the semiconductor industry will.
Putnam City Stadium, home to several local high schools in Oklahoma City, installed an Epsen LED video wall scoreboard over summer break.
Dish is getting ready for the 5G spectrum world in order to transmit video through cellular networks instead of the internet by spending $20 billion.