Collaborative robots are increasingly attractive to manufacturers who require flexible solutions for their growing product mix but may not have the scale of
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New scholarships offer students from underrepresented backgrounds the chance of postgraduate study in AI and machine learning.
What's in this issue: Here I try to deconstruct the buzz about GPT-3, and in trying to do that, I dig deeper into what hype means in the context of emergent technologies and how to ...
As the US heads toward a crucial and contentious presidential election, the world's largest social network is facing an unprecedented cultural crisis.
Searching Google’s ad buying portal for “Black girls” returned hundreds of terms leading to “adult content”
Two documents lay a foundation for the ethical development and use of artificial intelligence by the U.S. intelligence community.
Dr. Joe Sutherland shares his views on the state of AI in marketing—and where it's going.
Research from the Digital Banking Report finds smaller financial institutions are unable to use data and analytics effectively for marketing.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, a new KLAS report finds that health systems most frequently sought telehealth technology – though no single vendor dominated the field.
Great technology solutions are coming to healthcare at an astounding pace. We need more collaboration to sustain the innovation.
To close security gaps caused by rapidly changing digital ecosystems, organizations must adopt integrated cloud-native security platforms.