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From issues such as privacy and data bias regulation to model training and self-service AI, you can expect a broad range of key advances in the artificial intelligence space.
Debunking Three Common Cloud Misconceptions
Combatting the misconceptions surrounding cloud computing requires continuous exploration of new opportunities emerging today because of ongoing cloud technology innovations.
AWS: Not Just Up in the Cloud Any More
AWS Outposts will let enterprises put the AWS hardware and software in their own data centers, providing the benefits of the public cloud for sensitive data.
Is Machine Vision the End of Traditional Marketing?
Machine vision will endow computers with the capacity to understand images in a human-like way. This will bring significant changes to advertising.
Avoid Automation Failure: Invest in Your Workforce
With a wave of intelligent automation on the horizon, now is the time for enterprises to invest in the talent they need to build a workforce for the future.
5 Machine Learning Resolutions for 2019
More organizations are using machine learning for competitive reasons, but their results are mixed. It turns out there are better -- and worse -- ways of approaching it. If you want to improve the...
Top 5 Principles in Becoming 'Agile' During Digital Transformation
Organizations embarking on a digital transformation utilizing Agile concepts should give close consideration to these principles and the accompanying Do's and Don'ts.
The New Job Description for Data Scientists
As new tools help to automate data collection and cleaning, the role of data scientists is evolving into one where they deliver more value to their organizations.
Top 10 Tech Predictions for 2019
How will trends like cloud computing, AI, IoT and robotics shape enterprise IT in the coming year?
Capital One CIO: We're a Software Company
Capital One CIO Rob Alexander has transformed his organization from an IT shop into a software company with Agile development, public cloud, new talent, open source technology, and machine learning.
How Employers and Employees Can Adapt to an Automated Workforce
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What Tech Mega Hubs Will Do to East Coast Cities
East Coast expansions by Amazon and Google bring promises of jobs, but also the possibility of housing and transportation crunches, and increased competition for tech talent.
Operate Like a Startup at Any Size
A technology CEO shares his thoughts on what to consider when you are building an internal innovation hub.
Cloud Computing 2019: The Cloud Comes of Age
A Forrester study predicts that enterprises must respond nimbly to address changing cloud markets and technologies.
AI-Built Deepfake Videos Did Not Alter the Election
Things could change next election time, putting truth and democracy at grave risk.
Why Data Scientists Should Make a Commitment to Diversity
A more fair and safe society, as well as better products and services, can be enabled if the data science industry makes a commitment to hiring and cultivating diverse talent.
Adopting Disruptive Tech is a Challenge; Here's How to Make it Easier
A good way to help your organization embrace new technology is something that has been a prominent entity at user group meetings for decades.
Build Reliability into Autonomous and Intelligent Systems
When building and using autonomous and intelligent systems, it's important to know they're behaving reliably, because if things go wrong, they can do so at scale, fast.
Harness the Power of Storytelling to Increase IT's Influence
Remember three key techniques to be more effective in telling IT's story to audiences such as line managers and top executives.
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