The evolution of ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) has driven the development of talent associated with digitalisation and these skills are increasingly in demand. Here are the latest trends.
Humans use our eyes to understand the world around us. Artificial vision is a scientific discipline that aims to enable computers to achieve the same capacity, i.e. it tries to ensure that machines can perceive and understand one or more images and act in a certain way. Below, we review some of its applications.
Robotic Process Automation, or RPA, is transforming the way companies operate. RPA software robots communicate with systems and applications to speed up processes and reduce the workload on humans. Let's take a look at how it works and the benefits it provides.
Talent is a differential value for companies on their path to success. As a result, companies are devoting ever increasing time and resources to enhancing their reputation and value proposition towards employees. The aim is to capture, attract and retain talent, as well as to increase engagement. Below, we review the main strategies for building human capital loyalty.
With the Darwin Project, Iberdrola's Legal Services have placed themselves at the forefront of modernisation and digitalisation within the legal sector. A self-financed initiative that lasted 3 years and has been chosen as the "Most Innovative Project" of 2022 at the Expansión Jurídica Awards. Now, this project is transformed to become Darwin Space, a new transversal proposal that continues with the original line and offers three environments: efficiency, digital update and meeting point.
Digitisation has revolutionised education, enabling students to learn from anywhere. During the COVID-19 pandemic this has become fundamental and has reopened the debate on the educational model, making teachers and students ask themselves the following question: Has the time come to opt for a blended learning model?
Digital intelligence is essential in a world that is riding on the back of digitalisation. This is why developing skills and competencies related to Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), which goes far beyond knowing how to use a smartphone or a tablet, must be one of the priorities for society in general and for the education sector in particular.