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  • March 14, 2018 14 Mar'18

    'Intelligent tutoring systems' use AI to boost student IQ

    Intelligent tutoring systems that track how a student learns become smarter and more useful with practice, according to Carnegie Mellon University's Ken Koedinger. It's all about the data.

  • March 09, 2018 09 Mar'18

    Data and analytics strategy: Lessons learned from spy agencies

    Analyst Jim Hare of Gartner offers five ways to turn your company's data and analytics strategy into a competitive advantage by studying what our spy agencies do.

  • March 09, 2018 09 Mar'18

    Security best practices to guide your digital transformation journey

    With more companies embarking on a digital transformation journey, enterprise data is being spread across devices, systems and even in the cloud. As a result, focusing security efforts on ...

  • March 06, 2018 06 Mar'18

    IBM's cloud strategy homes in on developers

    To boost its profile in IaaS, IBM's cloud strategy has shifted focus from CIOs to developers. Whether the multipronged appeal to developers will pan out remains an open question.

  • March 02, 2018 02 Mar'18

    Gartner: Machine learning platforms are in demand, market is in flux

    The market for data science and machine learning platforms is in flux. According to a new report by the research outfit Gartner, the more established players are being usurped by nimble players ...

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  • February 28, 2018 28 Feb'18

    AI attacks are coming soon to a network near you

    The rapid development of artificial intelligence and machine learning is a double-edged sword. The technologies are becoming cheaper and easier to apply to the enterprise, which is also making it ...

  • February 28, 2018 28 Feb'18

    Unlockable iPhones, leaked code among Apple's security woes

    Security on Apple devices might not be as impenetrable as many thought. Forbes reported this week that Cellebrite, an Israel-based vendor and major U.S. government contractor, is now able to unlock ...

  • February 28, 2018 28 Feb'18

    Survey: Attorneys still lack proficiency in e-discovery technology

    E-discovery technology has become an integral -- and essential -- element of the modern legal process, but a new report suggests attorneys are still struggling to embrace the technology. A survey ...

  • February 28, 2018 28 Feb'18

    Startup thinking: CIOs face challenges tapping entrepreneurial spirit

    Startup thinking is something CIOs and their enterprises hope to incorporate, but they must consider the rigors and challenges of embracing startup culture.

  • February 28, 2018 28 Feb'18

    Survey: Customer service chatbots aren't crowd-pleasers -- yet

    A recent survey by Chatbots.org found that less than half of consumers find chatbots effective. What does that mean for CIOs trying to integrate the technology?

  • February 27, 2018 27 Feb'18

    DLP implementation: Partner with the business for success

    Data loss prevention strategies help prevent unauthorized disclosure of sensitive information. For a DLP strategy to be successful, however, business-wide buy-in is required.

  • February 27, 2018 27 Feb'18

    Gartner's AI 'value chain' offers schema for assessing an AI project

    Analyst Bern Elliot encourages CIOs to approach AI the way a financial advisor approaches an investment portfolio -- with a mix of high-risk and low-risk projects.

  • February 26, 2018 26 Feb'18

    DTIM platform: New weapon against digital threats?

    Digital threats pose a big challenge for organizations today, and cybercrime groups are only getting better at achieving their goals: In 2016, nearly one billion personal records and over one ...

  • February 26, 2018 26 Feb'18

    Cloud, app dev highlight IT budget management priorities for 2018

    TechTarget's exclusive 2018 IT Priorities survey sheds some light on IT budget management plans for the data center, cloud projects and hybrid technologies.

  • February 22, 2018 22 Feb'18

    Deep learning algorithms power startup's beauty database

    Deep learning algorithms are changing how we drive cars and navigate outer space. What about saving our skin? Silicon Valley startup Proven Beauty has a plan.

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