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5. 40 Billion Cameras and Counting
Today there are over 40 billion cameras deployed around the globe – and there's a good chance one is pointed at you right now. With the explosive growth of camera use combined with advances in AI, we need to ask ourselves – how do we want to leverage these technologies for the common good?
This episode takes a look at the intersection of cameras and machine learning – including interesting use cases and their growing pervasiveness throughout society. What positive outcomes will emerge? And what implications will these technologies have on privacy and machine learning bias as we approach 45 billion cameras by 2022?
Find out with your host, Mersive CTO and Founder Christopher Jaynes, PhD
4. The Future of the Office
Recent disruptions to the workforce are impacting global trends in technology, culture, and policy in the modern workplace. In this episode we will be joined by the Principal Analyst from Frost and Sullivan, Robert Arnold, who will share his expert insight on what trends are occurring in today's workplace, and what trends are predicted to stay for good.
Hosted by Mersive CTO and Founder Christopher Jaynes, PhD
3. Innovation in Light of Pandemic Pressures
Tune in with Christopher Jaynes, PhD as he discusses the social pressures of pandemic change and how workplace innovations will accelerate as we reformat our daily lives to adjust to this transition.
2. InfoComm - An Era of Innovation
For InfoComm Connected 2020, Christopher Jaynes explores the upcoming changes in innovation for the post-pandemic workplace and how Mersive is adjusting its product roadmap to better align with these uncertain times.
1. Collaboration at Distance
In this episode we’ll kick off a discussion around technology and our need to communicate with one another at a distance and we'll explore the societal needs that shaped the devices and software we use today.