• April 02, 2018 02 Apr'18

    Airbnb incorporates tech to help build digital trust in data economy

    Automated bots have made it difficult to determine whether someone online is real, but Airbnb is turning to tech to help build digital trust among its customers.

  • March 31, 2018 31 Mar'18

    Deep neural networks, speed limit signs and training on the fly

    Because of data and compute power requirements, training a deep learning algorithm doesn't typically happen on so-called edge devices such as smartphones or drones. But Neurala Inc., a deep ...

  • March 30, 2018 30 Mar'18

    AI voice assistants won't just book your meetings, they'll partake in them

    Imagine asking Cortana about your revenue last quarter. That could be the future, according to Gartner analyst Svetlana Sicular. At the Gartner Data and Analytics Summit, Sicular discussed some of ...

  • March 30, 2018 30 Mar'18

    Cyber awareness program: How one CISO became a believer

    It took a nation-state attack for Alan Levine to realize the importance of implementing a cyber awareness program. "I believed that cyber awareness training was useless because I believed my users ...

  • March 29, 2018 29 Mar'18

    Intel debuts new nGraph compiler for neural networks models

    Built on open source software, Intel's new nGraph DNN compiler takes aim at Nvidia's advantage by making it easier to run neural networks on different kinds of hardware.

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  • March 27, 2018 27 Mar'18

    MIT: Energy-efficient chip improves IoT encryption, authentication

    MIT researchers have developed an energy-efficient, hard-wired chip that they say will benefit IoT encryption and ease authentication processes in the IoT environment.

  • March 27, 2018 27 Mar'18

    Conversational AI: Start by enlisting the big vendors

    It's time to develop a conversational AI strategy, according to Gartner analyst Svetlana Sicular. Her advice: Stay focused on the business case and lean on the AI platform vendors.

  • March 27, 2018 27 Mar'18

    How to build end-user data literacy skills, step by step

    Top-notch hospital systems are filled with smart, knowledgeable people eager to use data. But first, they must improve their data literacy, as this case study shows.

  • March 27, 2018 27 Mar'18

    Machine learning algorithms: New tool for fighting cyberthreats?

    As hackers use increasingly sophisticated tech to tap into corporate data, machine learning platforms can help companies fight fire with fire by detecting cyberthreats early on.

  • March 21, 2018 21 Mar'18

    Daniel Pink: How the science of timing can boost productivity

    At the recent Gartner Data and Analytics Summit, best-selling author Daniel Pink urged digital leaders to follow the science of timing -- and spread the word.

  • March 19, 2018 19 Mar'18

    Gartner issues four-part prescription for data and analytics leaders

    Fake facts, discrimination, complexity and illiteracy are four challenges CIOs and data experts must overcome to reap the value of data analytics. Also, forget about bimodal IT.

  • March 16, 2018 16 Mar'18

    Ex-Equifax CIO's insider trading indictment a red flag for IT execs

    A former Equifax CIO has been indicted for insider trading following the company's 2017 data breach. Will it force IT execs to reexamine the importance of proper breach response?

  • March 16, 2018 16 Mar'18

    Two data scientists offer advice on breaking down siloed data

    Data scientists offer insight into why the age-old problem of siloed data persists and some concrete advice to CIOs on how to break down the walls.

  • March 15, 2018 15 Mar'18

    AI's exponential curve: More from my interview with ISACA's Rob Clyde

    I recently talked about the use of AI in the enterprise with Rob Clyde, vice chairman of the board of directors at ISACA, an organization focused on IT governance. The conversation focused on a new ...

  • March 15, 2018 15 Mar'18

    ISACA: Build security into artificial intelligence hardware

    A new paper on how to fight off malicious AI recommends adding security features to AI chips. ISACA's Rob Clyde explains why that's a good idea.