In the News
2020 taught us to embrace change and proved that technology will play a defining role in the productivity and satisfaction of employees, students and healthcare patients. So what’s in store for 2021? Let’s find out.
2021 will obviously be hugely impacted by the events of 2020 and in my opinion, that’s a good thing. We’ve learned what we’re capable of and the role technology can play in keeping us connected yet protected.
In today’s climate, more organizations than ever before are examining their remote employee and work-from-home policies — be it for health, employee retention or employee productivity reasons.
- Part 1 Successfully onboarding remote and on-site staff
- Part 2 Securely connecting employees to resources regardless of their location
- Part 3 Fully supporting permanent and temporarily remote employees
In The News
Our panel of leading experts reviews 2020 main developments and examines the key trends in AI, Data Science, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning Technology.
To help you identify the best tools for your business, we’ve shortlisted the most promising companies based on research papers, case studies, and industry reviews.
As the COVID-19 pandemic has unfolded, CIOs have faced epic challenges unlike any they’ve previously weathered. For many business leaders, recovery isn’t just a return to their former state but a top-to-bottom rethinking of what business they need to be in and how their business must be run.
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For several reasons, the pandemic only sped up the adoption of AI in the enterprise.
Here’s what to watch in the year ahead with regard to AI talent, tools, and ethics, and other key issues.
Analytics Insight published a survey “The Global Artificial Intelligence Trends 2020” to understand the global adoption of Artificial Intelligence (AI) amongst enterprises and recognize the business perceptions of AI across sectors.
By the time Christopher John Rogers won the prestigious CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund award in November, the 26-year-old Baton Rouge native had already dressed Michelle Obama, Lizzo, Rihanna and Cardi B.
It’s not easy to build the stuff for tomorrow when you also have to run a sustainable business today. Inside the crazy world of Hypergiant, an ambitious company that’s figuring it out.
Fundamental to this work is an effort to build alternative user interfaces: the GUI, MultiTouch, and, of course, Apple’s next big user interface innovation: VoiceOver.
Modzy is an AI platform and marketplace with embedded security, adversarial defense, and governance to operationalize trusted AI for the enterprise.
Last week researchers showed it is possible to squeeze a powerful AI vision algorithm onto a simple, low-power computer chip that can run for months on a battery.
The trick could help bring more advanced AI capabilities, like image and voice recognition, to home appliances and wearable devices,…