The Data Cars Will Be Capturing by 2030 Can Only Be Described As “Big”

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By the year 2030, big data in cars could be a $750 billion dollar business. Rick Delgado. If you haven't imagined it, think about this: automobiles of the future and to some extent even current vehicles are able to collect all sorts of data while you are driving them. As manufacturing designs and computer functions improve, cars will become smarter in a rapidly accelerating stream.

Hundreds of thousands of public sector jobs automated by 2030

Computer Weekly

Repetitive roles in the UK public sector will be decimated as organisations replace people with automation technology

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Nevada Governor Vetoes Renewable Bill in Setback for Advocates

Data Center Knowledge

Legislation required that 40 percent of the state’s electricity come from clean energy sources by 2030. Read More. Energy North America Regulation

Marc Andreessen on the future of technology and the nature of government services

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The first post reviewed some likely scenarios of the tech enabled environment of 2030 and some foundational considerations regarding converged cyber-physical systems all citizens will have access to (see the first post here ). By Bob Gourley.

An untapped market for inventing the future?

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By 2030, I envision coding will be synonymous with literacy. Guest post by Mitra Best , US Innovation Leader, PwC. As the proliferation of digital technologies disrupts the business landscape, technology executives are scrambling to find the right skills to keep pace.

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An untapped market for inventing the future?

CIO Dashboard

By 2030, I envision coding will be synonymous with literacy. Guest post by Mitra Best , US Innovation Leader, PwC. As the proliferation of digital technologies disrupts the business landscape, technology executives are scrambling to find the right skills to keep pace.

VMworld 2016 Day 1 Keynote

Scott Lowe

As of 2030, more than 50% of all workloads will be in the public cloud. This is a liveblog of the day 1 keynote at VMworld 2016 in Las Vegas, NV. I managed to snag a somewhat decent seat in the massive bloggers/press/analysts area, though it filled up really quickly. Based on the announcements made this morning , it should be a great general session, and I’m really interested to see how its received by the community.