Published: 02 October 2015
Analyst(s): Adrian Leow , Sylvain Fabre , Angela McIntyre, Tom Austin, Martin Kihn, Van Baker , Whit Andrews , David Furlonger , Kristin Moyer , Jenny Sussin , Kenneth Brant, Rob Smith , Don Scheibenreif , Helen Poitevin , Jason Wong , Karen Hobert, Charles Smulders, Ray Valdes, Diane Morello, Jim Tully, Adam Sarner , Daryl Plummer , Jay Heiser , Frances Karamouzis , Richard Marshall, Magnus Revang
The dramatic rise of smart machines and autonomous devices is driving radical shifts in business practices and individual behaviors. Enterprises and individuals face the urgent need to define and develop harmonious relationships between people and machines.
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