It’s always iffy when you bet against the house. When it comes to technology adoption, “the house” is likely the affluent investors surveyed by Global X that reveal their high hopes for adoption of AI (artificial intelligence), robotics, renewable energy and IoT (internet of things). If you’re an IT director charged with keeping your organization […]
If your organization has something to show off to customers or prospective employees – a campus, a product, an innovative workplace, you name it – you’ll be challenged to top what CoreSite did in leveraging Concept3D to create a 3D tour of its Reston, Va., data center. You might as well take the tour now. […]
Honeywell’s and Fetch Robotics’ solution aims to help organizations’ logistics management keep pace.
Startup Deep North married facial recognition tech with security cameras to keep faculty, staff, and students safe.
This week, October 8th-12th, 2018: How analytics and automation affect the marijuana industry, new guidelines for the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), when to introduce AI into your IT stack, and more.
Artificial Intelligence has long been making its way into the workplace, and today is more accessible than ever. When can your organization start implementing AI technology?
This week, October 1st-5th, 2018: how artificial intelligence is changing the workspace, what is a coworking space, Alphabet’s Project Loon, and more.
Artificial Intelligence for IT Operations (AIOps) is a growing trend to handle the ever growing IT Operations landscape. Is it legitimate?
From Alexa to mobile check deposits to Uber’s use of machine learning for ETAs, artificial intelligence (AI) is no longer some futuristic technology found only in science fiction – it’s in the workplace.
In a world that is rapidly evolving toward artificial intelligence aided operations, there are plenty of scenarios where a human is a better operator than AI.