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AR, VR tech poised to revolutionize digital business management
We've all seen footage of astronauts being trained for space travel in virtual environments, and many of us were sucked into the augmented world of Pokémon Go when it debuted over the summer. It's the business world's turn to catch up now. Companies are using AR and VR tech to boost productivity, allow remote collaboration and improve training. But questions remain as to whether these technologies will provide real digital business management value to companies. We try to help companies get out in front of the trend in this issue of CIO Decisions. That mission led us to talk to companies about their experiences implementing AR and VR technologies and their influence on digital business management. Elsewhere in this issue, representatives from the MIT Media Lab discuss whether autonomous machines can have morals, and the CIO of Oral Roberts University discusses how to overcome the "IKEA effect" on IT.
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Features in this issue
The AR/VR enterprise gets real: From carmakers to retailers, augmented reality and virtual reality tools are changing how workers interact and how products are made.
CIOs are working to overcome the 'IKEA effect' and ownership bias as they endeavor to create more open, flexible approaches for delivering information technology resources.
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Edmond Awad and Sohan Dsouza of the MIT Media Lab talk about their latest project and how they're hoping it sparks a conversation about morals and autonomous machines.
SearchCIO asked three executive search experts to look over the Facebook CIO job posting and tell us what stood out to them. Here are the key takeaways.
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In this issue of CIO Decisions, we explore how virtual reality and augmented reality technologies could quickly become integral to digital business management.