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The business of emerging technologies

A continuous stream of emerging technologies is radically transforming business, disrupting the technological status quo, and reinventing the way people work. On day two of EmTech Next, we’ll delve into the state of technology today and what leaders need to know now in order to prosper and thrive.

  • Transforming 5G Communications. 5G is unlocking the potential of advanced communications, enabling smart machines, AI, and people to interconnect on a vastly deeper and more effective level. Where is the baseline for 5G? What is its true potential, and what is just industry hype? And how is 5G disrupting business technology today?
  • Smart Manufacturing and the Power of Data. Industry 4.0 has taken hold; smart manufacturing is a reality. Now what? How thoroughly has emerging technology disrupted the manufacturing business, and how can decision makers make better use of massive data, smart innovations, increased computing power, and the potential 5G windfall?

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