In an ever-changing world dictated by new tech, history proves that it was often times businesses that pushed the envelope on convention that moved society forward. Our current climate is no exception — many businesses are doing their best to break glass ceilings and change the world.
First, we had a man on the moon. If innovator and entrepreneur Elon Musk gets his wish, we’ll soon have a man on Mars. Known for his numerous engineering marvels and feats of technological fancy, Musk’s Tesla Corporation is on the forefront of the modern frontier of infrastructure.
Lately, Tesla has turned heads with a lofty goal of a zero-emission future, hoping to eliminate the carbon footprint by mass-producing all-electric vehicles as well as products that center around creation and storage of clean energy.
When Bill Gates’ Microsoft Corporation hit the market, his creations helped define an entire generation — making PC’s affordable and commonplace in households all across the globe.
Now, Microsoft is hoping to expand on that concept by lobbying the government to change the rural broadband gap within the next five years, making high-speed internet connections accessible to people all across America.
Cisco is a brand that is ubiquitous in tech sectors and can be found in nearly every American household, thanks to their wireless routers. Now, they are hoping to change the future of the technology field by introducing The Cisco Networking Academy. The Academy is a nonprofit program that trains underprivileged people in computer network administration, helping them get marketable skills to advance their careers — and the field of Information Technology.
IBM has helped revolutionize the world we live in since they debuted their information machines at the dawn of the 20th century. Now, their latest creation has a mind of its own — literally.
Watson, IBM’s cloud-based artificial intelligence system is helping change the way many industries use large data.
JetBlue’s game plan is to change the way people travel — and change how travel affects the world.
They pledged to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions by 1.5 percent every year between 2009 and 2020 — helping you get where you’re going and keeping the destination in good hands, too.