AI ethics is all about power
Nov 11, 2019Read More
At the Common Good in the Digital Age tech conference recently held in Vatican City, Pope Francis urged Facebook executives, venture capitalists, and government regulators to be wary of the impact of AI and other technologies. “If mankind’s so-called technological progress were to become an enemy of the common good, this would lead to an unfortunate regression to a form of barbarism dictated by the law of the strongest,” he said.
The 7 most important announcements from Microsoft Ignite
Nov 4, 2019Read More
It’s Microsoft Ignite this week, the company’s premier event for IT professionals and decision-makers. But it’s not just about new tools for role-based access. Ignite is also very much a forward-looking conference that keeps the changing role of IT in mind.
10 Charts That Will Change Your Perspective Of AI In Security
Nov 4, 2019Read More
Rapid advances in AI and machine learning are defining cybersecurity’s future daily. Identities are the new security perimeter and Zero Trust Security frameworks are capitalizing on AI’s insights to thwart breaches in milliseconds. Advances in AI and machine learning are also driving the transformation of endpoint security toward greater accuracy and contextually intelligence.
Virtual, Augmented Reality Startups Valued At $45 Billion
Oct 31, 2019Read More
The Robot Will See You Now
Oct 26, 2019Read More
Stanford institute calls for $120 billion investment in U.S. AI ecosystem
Oct 23, 2019Read More
Artificial Intelligence Could Be a $14 Trillion Boon to the Global Economy—If It Can Overcome These Obstacles
Oct 9, 2019Read More
Global growth is stalling. Trade wars are hammering manufacturers, from Shanghai to Stuttgart to Seattle. But, awful as today’s economic outlook appears, Industry 4.0 is alive and well, its most ardent backers say.
Facial Recognition Expanding To More Airports
Sep 17, 2019Read More
Facial recognition technology is taking off. Some U.S. airports have been dabbling with the technology, primarily aimed at international travelers. For example, JetBlue partnered with U.S. Customs for an integrated biometric self-boarding gate for international flights Delta Air Lines added facial recognition for travelers heading through Hartsfield - Jackson Atlanta International Airport and facial recognition was expanded at Orlando International Airport…
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Issue 21 - 2020 a Year of COVID, Challenges and Opportunity Like No Other Before
Looking back and looking forward, highlighting key INSIGHTS features and signposts from the past year as well as a focus on the first virtual CES and many other prominent events.Read more
The biggest difference for our team from this year’s CES was the networking and collisions that always occurred for us at the conference.Read more