Amazon claims at least two-thirds of the consumer market for voice-activated devices and wants to gain parallel market share dominance in enterprise use by pushing its Alexa service.
Taiwanese technology firm OwlTing launched the world's first blockchain hotel management service "OwlNest" to help hotels worldwide improve brand awareness and customer satisfaction.
Products on display have been recently launched or are under testing, and many were developed through partnerships between Hilton and technology companies like IBM, LG, Amazon and Tesla.
Air Canada has lately been making bold leaps forward on mobile and artificial intelligence with applications aimed to refine the airline’s customer relationships.
Air New Zealand became the second airline, after Lufthansa, to announce its consideration of blockchain technology to enhance its distribution efforts.
Ink Global partners with AdEx Network, selling space on boarding passes for a major airline. Will such decentralized auction for advertising inventory reshape the online advertising landscape?
A guest can ask the virtual assistant for a wakeup call, request a yoga session that appears on a full-length mirror, ask the shower to start, set at the desired temperature before getting out of bed.
Switchfly estimates the cost of IROP to airlines as at least $8.3 billion and the cost to passengers in lost time at $16.7 billion.
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