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Legislation to rein in AI’s use in hiring grows

States and municipalities are eyeing restrictions on the use of artificial intelligence-based bots to find, screen, interview, and hire job candidates because of privacy and bias issues. Some states have already put laws on the books....

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Tech big wigs: Hit the brakes on AI rollouts

In an open letter, more than 1,100 tech luminaries have warned about a possible 'loss of control of our civilization' to unchecked AI.

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What’s new for IT in the latest Mac, iPhone, and iPad updates?

The latest patches shouldn’t be judged by the dozens of new emoji they include; they also carry significant tweaks for IT admins managing fleets of devices.


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UK government’s AI strategy to rely on existing regulations instead of new laws

In its white paper outlining its policy on AI regulation, the UK government has called for “responsible use” while avoiding the introduction of what it calls innovation-stifling “heavy-handed legislation.”

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7 Google Play Store secrets for smarter Android app management

Save time and perform all sorts of advanced Android app sorcery with these off-the-beaten-path Play Store tricks.

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Understanding the Windows Unified Update Platform

The platform that drives Windows Update, UUP enables client devices to find, download, install, and roll back Windows updates. Here’s how it works and how to use the UUP Dump website to create custom Windows images for enterprise...

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Windows 11: A guide to the updates

Here’s what you need to know about the latest updates to Windows 11 as they’re released from Microsoft. Now updated for KB5023778 Preview, released on March 28, 2023.

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What is Web Push for Web Apps on iPhone and iPad?

As anticipated, Apple introduced support for Web Push on iOS and iPadOS with iOS 16.4. What is it and how can it benefit you, or your business?

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Asana launches prediction-based AI tools to improve decision making

Work management platform Asana has announced a host of self-described “pre-AI” tools that focus on predictive AI, staying clear of generative AI capabilities associated with ChatGPT.

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Is Microsoft worried about smaller search engines surging ahead of Bing?

The company fears that smaller search engines might replicate features of the ChatGPT-driven chatbot in Bing to create their own products — using data they get from licensing agreements with Microsoft, eating into Bing’s market share....


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How Microsoft became tech’s top dog again

After a lost decade in which it flailed and lost its prominence in the world of tech, Microsoft is again on the rise — thanks to ChatGPT and the company's focus on AI.

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Apple Reality tidbits continue to leak — is the product really ready?

For most business leaders, it’s unfortunate when product news leaks ahead of time. But when secrets shared to a hand-picked cohort of senior managers leak, it shows something is wrong.

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Microsoft rearchitects Teams to make it faster and smarter

Microsoft said the collaboration platform — notorious for its high CPU usage — will be “twice as fast while using half the system resources.”

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Zoom adds generative AI to Zoom IQ; partners with OpenAI

Zoom announced a new host of AI-backed capabilities for its “smart companion” tool, doubling down on its CEO’s promise of helping customers benefit from the technology.

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Q&A: Cisco CIO Fletcher Previn on the challenges of a hybrid workplace

Securing Cisco's networks, creating and maintaining company culture, and dealing with a dearth of IT talent are among the difficult issues with which Cisco CIO Fletcher Previn says he's grappling.