As learning and development practices rapidly fuse with emerging technologies, one Silicon Valley e-learning company, SweetRush, is banking on Costa Rica to develop the next generation of innovative training options.
Render Farm Studios, a digital production company based in Mexico, this week celebrated its 10th anniversary, marking an important milestone for one of the country's first virtual reality (VR) developers.
Billed as one of the largest digital education initiatives ever undertaken in Mexico, the Puntos México Conectado (PMC) has trained hundreds of youths in the development of mobile apps and web applications.
While Mendoza, Argentina, might be best known for its wines made from Malbec and other premium grape varieties, the city is pinning its hopes on its growing IT sector and, in particular, its expertise in virtual reality, multimedia, and web design.
All companies will soon be using cognitive solutions in their applications. And as they do, apps will become more and more powerful because they will build on top of each other — just like our brains evolved.