The future of tech lies in data, privacy and robots

The future of tech lies in artificial intelligence, data and privacy. That was the message delivered last week at EmTech, MIT Technology Review’s annual fall event held in Cambridge, Mass. The conference – which focuses on emerging technology — draws CEOs, CTOs, CIOs, policy leaders, innovators, business leaders and entrepreneurs looking to identify upcoming trends in tech over the next few years. Big data, privacy and robots dominated the conferences. Whether it was examining corporate responsibility around privacy, robots at work or the significance of data, these three topics were the biggest themes when talking about the upcoming future of tech. Looking to the future of data and smart tech Jason Pontin, MIT Technology Review’s editor in chief, opened the show discussing our reliance on technology. Data is becoming a…


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