Sparking innovative ideas
The revolution in augmented reality and virtual reality has reached a tipping point, with enterprise adoption outpacing consumer demand. Driven by a historic transformation in the way people interact with technology and data, market leaders are shifting their focus from proofs of concept and niche offerings to strategies designed for industrialization. Participants, along with a live studio audience at Georgetown University, will learn how companies are using digital reality to transform their business.
As emerging technologies gain traction, companies may need to reinvent worker roles, assigning some to humans, others to machines, and still others to a hybrid model where technology augments human performance. Will managing both humans and machines require a new kind of human resources organization? Participants will learn how human workers and machines can work together seamlessly and where to start building a unified digital workforce.
The 2017 Tax Cuts & Jobs Act lowers tax rates on corporations and institutes new regulations that corporations must address. What challenges and opportunities could the law represent for IT departments and technology executives? Participants will learn how tax reform might impact IT systems and explore potential tax planning considerations.
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