Innovation is the main tool in our hands to guarantee sustainability, efficiency and competitivity inside the company. Science is the engine behind development, this is our main principle in Iberdrola.
They were pioneers and their discoveries and inventions made history. However, their work has often been brushed aside and even vetoed by their peers. However, great women like Marie Curie, Virginia Apgar and Gertrude B. Ellion succeeded in being recognised in their respective fields of study. But they are not the only women who have changed the world.
Augmented Reality (AR) is a technology that allows virtual elements to be superimposed onto our vision of reality. Increasingly more in demand, by 2020 AR will become a business that verges on 120 billion dollars on a global scale.
When we talk about Virtual Reality (VR), many of us think of science fiction films like 'Minority Report'. However, the truth is that nowadays, this technology completely blends in with our daily lives. Video games, medicine, education... Virtual Reality is here to stay. But what is it exactly?
Self-driving cars, assistants that translate instantly from one language to another or personalized purchase suggestions. Complex tasks that used to be a fantasy are now possible thanks to Machine Learning, a discipline that allows computers to learn by themselves and perform tasks autonomously without the need to be programmed.
AI has long since abandoned the realm of science fiction and is quietly sneaking into our lives. Although still at a very early stage, AI is laying the foundation to lead a revolution comparable to that generated by the Internet.