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In a free service, bots call restaurants and make reservations. The technology is impressive, except for when the caller is actually a person.
Virtual helpers that come with female voices by default are perpetuating bias, a Unesco report argues.
Though they came from different disciplines, CIOs at the Interop keynote shared a common need to get down to business.
A federal judge found that the chip-making giant charged cellphone makers “onerous” fees for the use of its patents. The company said it would appeal the ruling.
Two weeks ago, attackers seized parts of the computer systems that run the city’s government. So far, it hasn’t given in to ransom demands.
The resolutions, voted on by shareholders, would have pushed the company to reconsider its societal impact.
Young people love socialism. Can a summer of indoctrination teach little Hermione and Khaleesi to love capitalism?
Day 3 of Interop 2019 features four CIO keynoters and several dozen educational technical and leadership sessions.
Jennifer Valentino-DeVries, an investigative reporter who has delved into issues of online privacy, is “under no illusions” that protecting our digital selves is fully possible.
When working with vendors on data ingestion, CIOs and IT teams sometimes fail to take complicating factors into consideration. Here's how you can navigate.
China is heavily reliant on imported computer chips, despite efforts to develop its own semiconductor industry.
Advertisers must be certified as providing or not providing abortions, and Google will include disclosures on ads about ending pregnancy.
The creators of the hit Netflix series wrote the failed beverage into the coming season as part of a big marketing push. With memories of a 1985 backlash faded, Coca-Cola dug out the old recipe.
Though HBO went to great lengths to keep the finale secret until it aired, professional bettors saw clear signs that key details had leaked and were driving the wagering.
As CIOs and other IT leaders shift their AI programs to incorporate more buying than building from scratch, vendors are adding new artificial intelligence capabilities to their platforms to meet the demand.
Companies looking to take advantage of the complex data game need to start by identifying general areas of their business that truly need help.
Artificial intelligence may help doctors make more accurate readings of CT scans used to screen for lung cancer.
The White House’s hard-line approach threatens to speed up the development of two technology worlds, further isolating one-fifth of internet users.
The moves could hamstring the Chinese tech giant, escalating a cold war between China and the United States over technology and trade.
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