This software enables computers to understand human emotions and turn them into actionable insights. Here's how it works.
Here's how the spirits industry is using technology and innovation to enable consumers to enjoy a cocktail on demand at any time and in any place.
Cybersecurity is no longer limited to our digital life but could affect our physical safety – from hijacked security cameras to attacks on airports and power grids. McAfee CEO Chris Young explains what you need to know.
Britain's tech startups raised a record amount of venture-capital funds in 2017 – but Brexit could severely hurt the sector. Kristo Kaarmann, CEO of TransferWise, which has been called the U.K.'s fastest-growing startup, explains why.
People are increasingly paying with connected devices like smart speakers, wearables and mobile phones, but Mastercard explains why security is paramount.
Companies are deploying artificial intelligence and 'incident response teams' to fight cyber security attacks. Caleb Barlow, vice president of threat intelligence at IBM explains what you need to know.
Here's how hospital-operation software could help eliminate the waste in health-care spending by deploying artificial intelligence.
Around 12-15 million people use wearable technology for health care – a market that includes Fitbit, Apple, Samsung and LG. MarketWatch spoke to Kate McCarthy, a health-care analyst that manages a rare disease using an Apple Watch and a service dog.
Tech startup AltWork has created a desk that moves from standing, to sitting, to lying flat while you work. But will it catch on in workplace design?
A burgeoning industry of tech companies is enabling employers to make contributions toward their employees' student loans. Could this be the answer to the $1.3-trillion student-debt crisis?
Tech companies like Eight Sleep and Sense are personalizing your sleep with apps and data. Here's how.
Meet the tech startup that raised $4 million in seed funding to turn food stamps into a market opportunity with a social cause.
Coding has affected all aspects of the economy. Here's what you need to know to land or save your job.
How AI and machine learning is changing the farming landscape.
How new tech may convince more older Americans to work out.
Neuroscientists have been studying how the human brain works for decades. Here's how their insights are being applied to the creation of artificial intelligence products that will shape the future of machine learning.
Intel has adopted a mathematical model developed at Hebrew University, which determines exactly how self-driving cars will make decisions to prevent accidents.
Konstantinos Stylianou, a law-school lecturer at the University of Leeds who specializes in the intersection of law, telecommunications and technology, explains why net neutrality is far from dead in the U.S.
Business-to-business payments constitute a $36-trillion industry, 10 times the size of consumer payments. But technology is only beginning to disrupt the sector, which still largely relies on paper checks.
Cloud computing began as a cheap way to access computing power, but a hybrid-cloud approach has transformed the technology into something completely different.
Most home appliances will soon be voice-enabled, allowing you to speak to them directly. But will they be able to talk to each other, creating a wholistic customized experience for users?
The personal computer (PC) industry is branching into the educational market, as more classrooms across the world opt for connected learning. Alex Cho, head of PCs at HP, talks to MarketWatch about the future of tech applications in the classroom.
'New collar' jobs require in-demand technical skills, such as software engineering, data analytics, and hardware design. What they don't require is a four-year college degree, according to Kelli Jordan, who leads IBM's 'New Collar Initiatives'.
Daniel McGahn, the CEO of AMSC, an energy-solutions provider serving both the wind and electric grid industries, explains why the U.S. needs to build up the resilience of its electric grid and how new technologies could help achieve that.
Around $3.2 trillion has been invested in innovation over the last five years, but most companies struggle to convert that investment into value. Omar Abbosh, chief executive of Accenture's Communications, Media, and Technology Group, explains why.
When it comes to blockchain technology, one of the most common mistakes investors make is equating blockchain to bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Here's how to invest in blockchain without buying any cryptocurrency.
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