Australians — or at least 500 of them in Sydney — are among a group of several thousand of advanced users of the Internet around the world who see technologies like Artificial Intelligence and Virtual Reality playing a much more prominent role — both in society and at work — than ever before.
Australia’s major airline, Qantas has launched a new app – Qantas VR - giving customers an interactive new way to discover and explore destinations before physically travelling there.
Smartphones will bring VR to the mainstream, but engagement and margin will remain a challenge.
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