Experts weigh in on the top tech trends for hotels
Travel Weekly wishes it could claim this story as one of its own, but the truth is we just copied and pasted it from an email.
Travelport’s Scott Barber on how the next wave of tech will shape our industry
by Scott Barber
We’re still dealing with the last wave of technology, so we got Travelport’s MD to pen this handy opinion piece while we figure out how to use Uber Eats.
Beyond passport-free travel: SITA President reveals predictions for the future of airports
We picked Sumesh Patel’s brain to find out about all the shiny new tech airports are investing in. We assume he has a bit of a headache now.
Flight Centre’s James Kavanagh talks NDC, AI and agents
Please excuse the generic stock image accompanying this article, we promise it’s at least 100 times more interesting than a businessman shaking a fake robot arm.
Royal Caribbean is using AI to make your travel snaps more memorable
Want to up your travel selfie game? RCL has recruited some AI to help you. No, that doesn’t mean a robot will follow you around taking photos. Though that would be pretty cool.
Travellers Choice MD says agents need to know how to ‘benefit’ or ‘resist’ emerging tech
Unfortunately, not all tech is as cute and lovable as our robotic friend Pepper (pictured). We spoke with Christian Hunter about which technologies agents need to look out for.
How AI and robotics are changing the way we travel
by Matthew Goss
Matthew Goss, managing director, ANZ, SAP Concur on how AI and robotics will simplify the work of agents, not replace them.
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