On at present’s episode of Digital Developments Reside, host Greg Nibler and DT Senior Author Parker Corridor talk about the largest tech information of the day, together with Florida permitting totally autonomous autos on the street, Atari’s new gaming system, extra updates from E3, the way forward for high-speed rail, and our weekly Tech Briefs section.
DT correspondent Riley Winn as soon as once more joins us from E3, the place he catches up with streamer DomPlays to ask him what he’s most excited for at E3, in addition to how he acquired into streaming horror video video games. DomPlays is represented by Fullscreen.
Alex Backyard, chief govt officer and chairman of Zume, discusses the way forward for meals processing and supply, and the way knowledge is used to higher match meals manufacturing with demand.
Nibler then welcomes Paul Waby, rail methods director at Texas Central, to assist break down high-speed rail know-how, and what the way forward for the trade seems like, from Maglev to metal wheel.
It’s Friday, which implies it’s time for one more Tech Briefs section, the place we spherical up this week’s largest tech tales with Ken Yeung, know-how editor at Flipboard.
Nibler then interviews Scott Wharton, vp and common supervisor of the Video Collaboration Group at Logitech, about workers in open places of work, and an method to product improvement that meets workers’ collaborative and particular person wants.
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