The Future Has Arrived
Forward-thinking minds in science and tech are taking the integration of high-tech device and human body further than ever. Much further.
The cloud: an all-encompassing tech buzz word. But what does it mean? And how does it impact consumers? A datafarm in Las Vegas might have the answer.
A research project that gathers more information from hospital monitors than ever before is improving the prognosis of premature infants.
See how one man uses sensors to easily and affordably control almost every aspect of his home. His house even has its own Twitter account.
Through a vast and ambitious heart study, Dr. Jeffrey Olgin of the University of California, San Francisco hopes to track participants using smartphones and supercomputers in an effort to detect telltale signs of early heart disease.
Leave the driving…to your car. As the quest for self-driving cars speeds up, engineers and automakers are programming cars to not only drive themselves, but also communicate with other vehicles, traffic lights and their environment. Will computers be better drivers than people?
Thousands of cameras and sensors monitor the city of Rio de Janiero around the clock in an effort to ease traffic, thwart crime, avoid catastrophe, and save lives.
GE is using big data in hospitals to track equipment, staff and even hand washing, to help cut back on infectious diseases.
In small American town, GE is combining hardware and software to provide monitoring solutions to integral machines all over the world.
GE and Accenture's joint venture Taleris is changing the future of air travel.
GE's GridIQ Insight can taps into social media in order to allow utilities to pinpoint the power outages so they can respond and recover power faster.