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8 issues CIOs need to solve about artificial intelligence
Technology investments must be planned to take advantage of AI as healthcare organizations demand results.
Firms continue to hunt for artificial intelligence talent
Job postings for AI workers increased by nearly 30 percent in the past 12 months, making these professionals among the most sought after.
China's buildings are watching how people shop, cook and steal
Fintech is changing the way people borrow, invest and pay for things. But there’s another type of technology that’s altering the way urban dwellers interact with their living and shopping environments.
Americans surveyed see artificial intelligence as jobs killer
While more Americans see businesses moving jobs abroad as a greater economic threat than artificial intelligence, the majority of workers expect that AI will also be a jobs killer.
Robots can now decode the cryptic language of central bankers
In a matter of seconds, machines that mimic the human brain can read through dense and obscure policy statements and then offer a prediction.
China's big brother casinos can spot who's most likely to lose big
The new artificial intelligence technology uses algorithms that process the way customers behave at the betting table to determine their appetite for risk.
European companies look to build their own walls in the cloud
Using code rather than concrete, European companies are busy building walls to protect their data, and are being encouraged by local politicians concerned about threats to their sovereignty.
IBM is cutting almost 2,000 jobs as it reshapes the business
The move amounts to less than 1 percent of if its workforce, which totaled 350,600 at the end of last year.
Microsoft wants more security researchers to hack into its cloud
The company isn’t encouraging malicious attacks but it does want security researchers to spend more time poking holes in its flagship cloud service so the company can learn about flaws and fix them.
Earnings blowups raise alarms in cloud as competition heats up
Ugly results this week for smaller cloud-computing companies have raised fears they may be squeezed by a industry slowdown and intense competition from the huge vendors that dominate the market.
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