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“The Reasonable Robot” Looks At The Intersection Of Artificial Intelligence (AI) And Law

“The Reasonable Robot” Looks At The Intersection Of Artificial Intelligence (AI) And Law

Artificial Intelligence – I was sent a copy of Ryan Abbott’s “The Reasonable Robot” by the publishers. It is an interesting book that discusses a few critical areas of law as they could interact with artificial intelligence (AI).

Why CyberSecurity And AI Are Top Governance Risks For Board Directors And CEOs?

Why CyberSecurity And AI Are Top Governance Risks For Board Directors And CEOs?

Ask most board directors and CEO’s to define cybersecurity and artificial intelligence in a board meeting and have them share their answers and you may well find that their depth of knowledge is too shallow in their duty of care responsibilities.

Why Monitoring is being supplemented by Observability

Why Monitoring is being supplemented by Observability

The classic methods of monitoring computing platforms created a vast array of odometers and graphs that displayed the changes over time of critical system parameters.

Three Reasons AI-Powered Platforms Fail

Three Reasons AI-Powered Platforms Fail

If you’ve found yourself thinking, “There’s an AI-powered solution for everything these days,” you’re not far off.

Five Machine Learning Algorithms Entrepreneurs Should Understand

Five Machine Learning Algorithms Entrepreneurs Should Understand

Machine Learning – Entrepreneurs and investors should take note of how artificial intelligence (AI) is disrupting business in every vertical.

Artificial intelligence learns continental hydrology

Artificial intelligence learns continental hydrology

Artificial Intelligence – Changes to water masses which are stored on the continents can be detected with the help of satellites. The data sets on the Earth’s gravitational field which are required for this, stem from the GRACE and GRACE-FO satellite missions. As these data sets only include the typical large-scale mass anomalies, no

The Work-From-Home Genie Is Out Of The Bottle AIOps

The Work-From-Home Genie Is Out Of The Bottle AIOps

AIOps – These days, it can feel as if our world is being toyed with by a not-so-benevolent jinn. In Middle East folklore, a jinn—or genie to Western audiences—can bring destruction and disease, or good luck and abundance. 

7 Successful Ways To Use Artificial Intelligence To Improve Your Business Processes

7 Successful Ways To Use Artificial Intelligence To Improve Your Business Processes

Artificial Intelligence – Now more than ever, you may be looking for ways to make your business more efficient, more streamlined, more cost-effective, and better able to cope with changing market needs. Artificial intelligence – in particular, AI-driven automation – is helping companies achieve all this and more.

AI - If you’ve ever felt your blood boil after sitting on hold for 40 minutes before reaching an agent . . . who then puts you back on hold, consider that it’s often even worse on the other end of the line.

Meet The AI Designed To Help Humans, Not Replace Them

AI – If you’ve ever felt your blood boil after sitting on hold for 40 minutes before reaching an agent . . . who then puts you back on hold, consider that it’s often even worse on the other end of the line. A customer-service representative for JetBlue, for instance, might have to flip rapidly…
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76% Of Enterprises Prioritize AI & Machine Learning In 2021 IT Budgets

5 Ways Machine Learning Can Thwart Phishing Attacks

Machine Learning Global mobile phishing attempts surged by 37% amid shift to work-from-home for the thousands of businesses needing to adhere to shelter-in-place directives. According to Verizon, over 90% of breaches start with a phishing attack and with more than 60% of emails being read on mobile, mobile phishing is one of the fastest-growing threat categories in 2020.…
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