Nvidia has announced plans to open-source part of its Linux GPU drivers joining both Intel and AMD. This mark the first step toward open source parity for Nvidia’s Linux driver packages. “This release is a significant step toward improving the experience of using NVIDIA GPUs in Linux, for tighter integration with the OS, and for […]
The United States government has warned organizations against discrimination that can arise from the use of artificial intelligence to screen new job applicants or monitor workers’ productivity. The technology could unfairly discriminate against people with disabilities. To address the issue, the U.S. Justice Department and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission have jointly issued guidance. AI […]
Apple has lost its position as the world’s most valuable company due to a broad sell-off of tech stocks. Investors are now selling shares in technology companies as they invest in less risky assets. Apple lost its position as the world’s most valuable company to Saudi Arabian oil and gas producer Aramco, worth $2.42 trillion. […]
Netflix announced that it has begun testing a plan to let subscribers in three countries (Chile, Costa Rica and Peru) add accounts for up to two people outside their household for an added payment. This is part of a new strategy Netflix plans to use to restrict password sharing. While the Netflix plan could force […]
Meta’s Reality Labs division has announced plans to cut some of its projects, according to Reuters. Meta’s CTO Andrew Bosworth reportedly told employees that the company could no longer afford some of the work it once planned and that some projects were being “postponed.” Reality Labs is a company owned by Meta Platform, which produces […]
Several U.S. states are now on track to bring back facial recognition technology after the original move to have it banned. Lifting the ban became necessary after crime rates jumped in recent months. Among the states is Virginia, which in July, less than a year after it was approved, will lift the ban on facial […]
Technology has become an all-pervasive force which has impacted all facets of our lives; and the manufacturing sector is not any different. Big data and AI have an impact on manufacturing in a myriad of ways. The five most common impacts of big data and AI on manufacturing processes are covered in the following sections.
Stock market analysts believe splits are occurring due to market pressure, and that it indicates a trend away from monopolization. However, these spin-off companies will need to pay special attention to their business models if they wish to succeed in their new form.
Over the next five years, advances in wireless communications, artificial intelligence, robotics and other digital technologies could make it possible for intelligent connected devices to initiate and accept payments through other IoT devices and the cloud, sometimes with little or no human involvement. Consumers and businesses who want the convenience and efficiencies of IoT devices need to know their information and data will be protected from unauthorized users.
Across every industry, enterprises are embracing digital technologies as a means for driving meaningful and substantive change within their businesses. Companies will look to adopt these top five AI trends to increase competitiveness, drive efficiencies, and generate new revenue streams.
Following a brief refresher on classic scenario planning, hosts Jim Love, CIO of ITWC, and Doug Sparkes, a lecturer at the Conrad School of Entrepreneurship and Business, riff collegially on how to avoid functional fixedness while identifying and developing scenarios.
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