• October 16, 2017 16 Oct'17

    McKinsey: You can't do enterprise AI without digital transformation

    NEW YORK -- Hardly a day goes by without a prediction about how artificial intelligence will radically change our lives -- driving our cars, running errands, sucking up jobs. But what is the state ...

  • October 13, 2017 13 Oct'17

    Kaspersky news, Equifax security hack push CIOs to trust no one

    The Kaspersky news has IT pros pondering everything from the dystopia of zero-trust security to deliverance by blockchain. Also: Samsung CEO resigns; Google's $1 billion for training.

  • October 13, 2017 13 Oct'17

    CTO Gerri Martin-Flickinger talks innovation at Starbucks

    Innovation at Starbucks is served up in many forms. EVP and CTO Gerri Martin-Flickinger breaks down the coffee giant's latest technology investments.

  • October 13, 2017 13 Oct'17

    Feature engineering headache disappears with deep learning

    NEW YORK -- One of the biggest differences between machine learning and deep learning is the effort that goes into making the algorithms work. With machine learning, data scientists have to perform ...

  • October 06, 2017 06 Oct'17

    Gartner Symposium 2017: Zen and the art of digital business

    Companies doing digital projects aren't yet digital businesses, Gartner analysts warn. Deep thought may help. Also: Russia's NSA exploit; Facebook to open Virginia data center.

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  • October 03, 2017 03 Oct'17

    AWS cloud platform will share cloud computing heights, CEO Jassy says

    The AWS cloud platform is No. 1 in the cloud market -- but it won't be the only one, chief exec Andy Jassy predicts. A few big vendors will fit into companies' multicloud strategies.

  • September 30, 2017 30 Sep'17

    Forecast for more female tech leaders 'optimistic'

    The demand for female tech leaders in IT organizations is high as more companies seek to expand diversity, says executive recruiter Eric Sigurdson.

  • September 29, 2017 29 Sep'17

    Microsoft bets on topological qubits as future of quantum computing

    Experts react to Microsoft's 'moonshot' claim on the future of quantum computing. Also: Wal-Mart joins Workplace; the Twitter-Russia connection.

  • September 29, 2017 29 Sep'17

    Automat powers conversational marketing bot for L'Oreal

    The new L'Oreal chatbot helps customers find the perfect gift -- and requires an enterprise-grade marketing stack to do so.

  • September 29, 2017 29 Sep'17

    PreVeil touts easy-to-use data encryption software as key to IT security

    What will it take for people to use encryption software as a matter of course? A Boston startup believes it's got the answer.

  • September 28, 2017 28 Sep'17

    Coding school bets on scholarships to put more women in tech jobs

    The Flatiron School, a coding boot camp in New York, is lowering tuition for aspiring female technologists. The goal: to get more of them into a male-centric field.

  • September 22, 2017 22 Sep'17

    Google-HTC deal about conversational AI, a better Android OS

    Welcome to the dawn of conversational computing. A big part of this week's Google-HTC deal is about building smartphones -- and other AI-powered devices -- that talk to us. Also: Facebook turns over Russian-linked ads.

  • September 21, 2017 21 Sep'17

    GE's Predix platform bolstered by data, domain expertise

    Immelt is out, Flannery is in -- but GE Digital continues its efforts to blaze a trail as the platform for industrial IoT.

  • September 21, 2017 21 Sep'17

    Future of drones: How AI is driving UAV intelligence, autonomy

    In this video, Nvidia's Jesse Clayton gives an overview of the business applications of UAVs and highlights the technologies that are shaping the future of drones.

  • September 18, 2017 18 Sep'17

    What people want now: Data-driven insights

    Saturated in tech, people want their governments to provide data-driven insights that can improve civic services, including better disaster management.