Wouldn’t it be great if all of our state’s experienced entrepreneurs would take budding leaders under their wing and help them avoid the avoidable?
The public transportation industry is moving toward self-driving and autonomous capabilities at a rapid pace.”
A college degree never was and still isn’t required to be a technologist.
The technology sector accounted for about one-third of our state’s new job commitments from mid-2017 through July of 2018.
As we look to the future of career paths in IT, it is increasingly vital to think about prescribing a set of trade standards for employees and employers alike.
As for the naysayers, they’ll always persist, but a consensus among longtime residents lets us know what the city is doing is working.
Every year, the amount of consumer data available to companies climbs exponentially. By the year 2020, 1.7 megabytes of data will be created every second for every person on the planet. Currently, however, only 0.5% of this data is being analyzed in any meaningful way. This makes the seemingly endless news reports of data breaches […]
The data gleaned from race cars and the drivers themselves is enabling teams to direct incremental improvements in a car’s performance.
We have to train data workers in skills like individual entrepreneurship, design thinking, software coding, blockchain, machine learning and the gig economy.
If ideas are free, but capital here is scarce, Indiana’s ideas and entrepreneurs will be underdeveloped compared to other places.
I’m optimistic the jobs aren’t gone for good, just shifting.
Business owners must shift their mindset and accept that using automation and technology advancements in warehousing and logistics is the only way to stay competitive.