Artificial Intelligence

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Nvidia wants enterprises to join it in Holodeck VR environment

Nvidia is inviting 3D designers aboard its Holodeck, a high-resolution collaborative environment that businesses can use to design, develop and demonstrate their products in virtual reality.

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Google’s Clips camera offers a snapshot of things to come

The most revolutionary product of the year so far is Google’s ‘trivial’ Clips camera. The reason might surprise you.

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Machine learning-based threat detection is coming to your smartphone

MobileIron has partnered with a machine learning-based threat detection vendor to port its technology onto its EMM client, a growing trend in the mobile space.

Google Feed, Google Now

The Google feed has lost its soul

Google's once-groundbreaking home for predictive intelligence has devolved into a clumsily constructed shell of its former self.

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Tech Talk: The Equifax data breach, a new Apple Watch and A.I. for all

With the Equifax breach still making waves, the new Apple Watch now on wrists and A.I. seemingly everywhere, our panel digs into what's in the news in IT.

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The latest iPhones show why A.I. is the new electricity

New technologies abound in the iPhone 8 and iPhone X, but one of them is not like the others.

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IFA: The 'corporate' electronics show

True, IFA's many halls are dominated by home entertainment equipment and goods such as smart washing machines and connected refrigerators. But some of the products are equally at home in the enterprise. Here's a quick tour of 2017's...

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Why I’m expecting big things for Siri

Apple’s on a mission to turn Siri, its cheeky voice assistant, into a powerful platform in its own right

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Why you'll wear a body camera

As costs go down, quality goes up and ease of use improves, wearable cameras will become more compelling, even at work. Here's why the body cam revolution is coming.

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Microsoft Cortana and Amazon Alexa agree to talk to each other, but no one cares

Cortana and Alexa can talk to each other, but it isn't really a conversation or integration — simply a way for one bot to open the other.

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Wanted: A world where virtual assistants help (without being asked)

Only two virtual assistants – those from Google and Facebook – can eavesdrop on your conversations and chime in with helpful suggestions. We need a lot more of that.

HoloLens

Why Microsoft is adding an AI co-processor to HoloLens 2

With more processing power for AI, the HoloLens 2 could help us better interpret data and make better business decisions.

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Why 'experiential' marketing will be a massive IT challenge

Marketing is all about experiences now; to succeed it will need the two-letter technologies: AR, VR and A.I. And to scale it will need smartphones, selfies, live-streaming and social media.

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A.I. innovation finds a home on mobile devices

Mobile apps powered by artificial intelligence are becoming better at anticipating user needs.

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Avoid the mouse trap: Old habits wreck new tech

New technologies that can revolutionize business and have powerful new UIs are emerging quickly. But most people are still tapping away on keyboards.

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AI and mobile apps: What really matters

More apps use AI to do things for us, such block and remove offensive posts on Instagram. Soon AI will take the limelight, and the apps will move the background.

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A.I. starts to deliver in the enterprise, at last

After decades of unfulfilled promise, artificial intelligence is being put to real, productive use by some companies. Everybody else should be preparing for it.

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We need virtual assistants that talk to each other

A lot of companies have developed voice-based virtual assistants, but you still have to choose one and stick with it.You shouldn't have to.

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IBM, Sesame Workshops reveal AI & Apple iPad child literacy plan

IBM and Sesame Workshops introduce a Watson-based iPad solution to improve child literacy.

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Inside the trillion-dollar selfie industrial complex

The taking of selfies and other photographs inspired and driven in part by social sharing is the key to the future of business, marketing and the artificial intelligence age.

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