In a small town called Lysaker, on the outskirts of Oslo, lies Cisco’s research and development (R&D) facility, which houses more than 350 engineers who are dedicated to creating intelligent products for the corporate world.

The on-demand video collaboration tools go through rigorous testing, which include climate, vibration and drop testing, and a combination of various test environments to ensure faults are picked up early on, development time is reduced and engineers are educated.

Using artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies, the firm’s video conferencing tools have been developed to eliminate background sounds, track and zoom into who is speaking in a group conference call and follow them from left to right in a conference.

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Children at an exposition about robotics and artificial intelligence. Companies that don’t keep pace with change will have problems hiring millennials. (Philippe Clèment)

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