A tool that monitors location and immediately alerts authorities could either be a public health carrot or an authoritarian stick.
Stories by James Kobielus
The artificial intelligence industry is playing a dangerous game right now in its embrace of a new generation of citizen developers.
Despite numerous and concerted efforts to train NLG systems to generate content without offensive elements, success is still elusive.
Growth of rich mobile and edge apps is requiring developers to build applications in new ways. Client-serverless is the way of the future.
AI is ready for a new challenge: Can we train the machine behind the curtain to incorporate humanistic ethics into its processes?
The enterprise infrastructure needed to support the 'new normal' will depend on the Internet of Things, digital twins, and immersive reality.
Public cloud vendors will cement dominance, but enterprises will look to hybrid clouds, PaaS, open partner ecosystems and augmented reality.
Much of the anti-adversarial research has been on minute alterations to images that cause AI’s machine learning algorithms to misidentify or misclassify the images.
The BlueField DPU architecture and DOCA SDK provide a strategic platform for expanding the company's reach.
A strong showing during the pandemic leaves Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Google, and Microsoft poised for continued growth and increased regulatory scrutiny.
Support for social distancing, remote collaboration, immersive reality, and biosensing are top announcements at Ignite 2020
Filling a gap in their offerings, NVIDIA hopes to gain money and market share with Arm's extensive reach.
The COVID-19 crisis has accelerated the long-term shift toward remote working as a standard business practice
AI obviously requires electricity and computers to work its practical magic. But don’t ignore the downstream environmental benefits.
As the Covid-19 crisis goes on, our homes have become a distributed platform from which we continue to perform our jobs while maintaining social distancing.
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