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Confidence in the future: Emerging tech and finance

To remain effective, finance must be ready to adopt the right technologies at the right time for the right purposes.

Sizing the prize: The real value of business AI

PwC’s Global Artificial Intelligence Study details how to build AI in the responsible and transparent way needed to maintain the confidence of customers and wider stakeholders.

7 Day Yield: Digital labor and RPA defined (video)

The terms may be confusing but the bottom line is saving time and money through software automation.

7 Day Yield: Blockchain and fintech trends (video)

Which industries are most ripe for tech disruption?

Briefing: Augmented reality

It’s reality magnified. How augmenting our experiences of the world around us can bring industries unexpected benefits.

Forbes.com: The promise of mixed reality

Tech companies large and small are augmenting real-world experiences with virtual layers to retrain the human brain.

AR: Bridging the digital and physical (infographic)

Augmented reality has the potential to profoundly alter how we interact with the world and one another.

Briefing: The internet of things

As the IoT expands, so do opportunities to make it more secure and dramatically improve business.

The IoT’s potential to forge connections (infographic)

Devices that share their data are set to change the foundation of intelligience, and therefore, industries.

Briefing: Robotic process automation

It won’t talk to you, and it won’t drive your car. But automating simple tasks through RPA can provide real ROI.

Briefing: Drones

Drones aren’t swarming the skies everywhere—yet. But interest in their potential for aerial data collection and monitoring is growing.

Briefing: Virtual reality

Beyond gaming: see how VR can transform a host of industries—and business operations.

Briefing: Blockchain

The technology underlying bitcoin promises to secure and simplify transactions and networks in every industry.

Briefing: Robotics

From hospitality and manufacturing to agriculture and mining, robots won’t just replace humans; they will also work alongside them.

Responsible AI: How to build trust and confidence

A responsible AI framework to strengthen confidence in how to effectively deploy AI solutions and have trust in their outputs.

2017 Global Digital IQ Survey: Internet of things

See who’s investing in the technology and why.

2017 Global Digital IQ Survey: AI

See who’s investing in the technology and why.

2017 Global Digital IQ Survey: Robotics

See who’s investing in the technology and why.

2017 Global Digital IQ Survey: 3-D printing

See who’s investing in the technology and why.

2017 Global Digital IQ Survey: Drones

See who’s investing in the technology and why.

2017 Global Digital IQ Survey: Augmented reality

See who’s investing in the technology and why.

2017 Global Digital IQ Survey: Virtual reality

See who’s investing in the technology and why.

2017 Global Digital IQ Survey: Blockchain

See who’s investing in the technology and why.

AI is already entertaining you

How technology endowed with creative intelligence changes the way companies generate and distribute content.

Five ways 3-D printing is changing manufacturing

As 3-D printing emerges from prototyping to assume a role in mass manufacturing and production, the industry must adapt.

3-D printing in manufacturing (infographic)

See how recent advances are moving 3-D printing from prototyping to full-scale design and production.

Briefing: 3-D printing

Get up to speed on the latest trends and developments, including interviews with innovators and an infographic.

How 3-D printing is moving from the lab to factory floor

As more manufacturers eye 3-D printers for production, they are learning how it may redefine their entire industry.

Running 3-D printing operations at scale

Shapeways’ Pieter Limburg explains how his company has scaled its processes to produce 200,000 3-D-printed products each month.

From prototyping to finished products

Executives at 3-D printing company Carbon explain why additive manufacturing means rethinking how products are engineered.

The software behind 3-D printing

3-D printing software and services pioneer Materialise is transforming the traditional manufacturing process.

Five ways robots are going mainstream

At the same time that robots’ capabilities are expanding, they are becoming easier to use and more affordable.

How AI is pushing man and machine closer together

Consumer Intelligence Series reports on the “revolutionary partnership.”

Robots ready for work (infographic)

Robots are more capable, easier to use, and affordable. While there is still room for improvement, the opportunity to leverage robotics has never been more accessible. See how.

The rise of robotics and AI (infographic)

No longer the domain of science fiction, robotics and artificial intelligence are becoming important business drivers. Our timeline looks back at how we got here.

The rise of robotics and AI (an interactive timeline)

Fueled by advances in computing power and connectivity, the fields of robotics and artificial intelligence have grown rapidly.

Virtual reality gets down to business (infographic)

There’s a lot more to virtual reality than just fun and games. See some of the ways that companies of all kinds will put VR to work.

Cybersecurity and privacy risks of Industry 4.0 (infographic)

From smart factories to connected homes, see how new security and privacy risks affect businesses and consumers.

What’s artificial intelligence? (video)

Here’s how AI experts and pundits see it.

Getting a grip on fulfillment robotics

Yaro Tenzer of RightHand Robotics explains how the future of robotics is arriving at the warehouse, one product at a time.

Humans and machines: Collaborative robots open a new automation frontier

Cobots put robots alongside human workers, reduce up-front investments, and improve flexibility.

2017 biz tech trends

Five game-changers for the new year. Is your company prepared?

Talking about human-machine conversations in the industrial IoT

This new dialogue will offer manufacturers new ways to improve—and more.

How Industry 4.0 changes business

In the industrial IoT, data and AI-based analytics transform complex systems into growth engines.

More signal, less noise: Reducing false positives in the industrial internet of things

By incorporating human input into the feedback loop that informs their analytics models, companies can improve the IIoT, increase efficiency, and reduce costs.

Payback time: Improving ROI from digital labor in financial services

How to develop an accurate business case for digital labor and robotic process automation (RPA) that shows attractive returns.

How AI is shaping the IoT

Jenny Fielding of the Techstars accelerator on why we need a smarter IoT.

The rise of robots working in human spaces

Steve Cousins of Savioke describes advancements in navigation that are enabling robots to safely work directly with people in unpredictable environments.

Brain Corporation: Lowering the barrier to innovation in robotics

Eugene Izhikevich of Brain Corporation explains why programming robots is a key barrier to their success and forecasts how brain-inspired learning will change the game.

Open Source Robotics Foundation: Lowering barriers to innovation

Brian Gerkey of the Open Source Robotics Foundation explains how platform technologies in robotics will accelerate innovation.

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Contacts

Chris Curran

Principal and Chief Technologist, PwC US Tel: +1 (214) 754 5055 Email

Anand Rao

Global Artificial Intelligence Lead, PwdC US Tel: +1 (617) 530 4691 Email