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Data Science is Where to Find the Most AI Jobs and...

By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor Jobs in data science grew nearly 46% in 2020, with salaries in the range of $100,000 to $130,000...

With New Healthcare Tech Relying on Data Sharing, Trust is Required 

By AI Trends Staff   On the verge of a new era of healthcare in which AI can combine with data sharing to deliver many new...

Application of AI to IT Service Ops by IBM and ServiceNow...

By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor  The application of AI to IT service operations has the potential to automate many tasks and drive down...

Update: Pandemic Driving More AI Business; Researchers Fighting Fraud ‘Cure’ Posts 

By AI Trends Staff   The impact of the coronavirus pandemic around AI has many shades, from driving higher rates of IT spending on AI, to...

Federal Government Inching Toward Enterprise Cloud Foundation

By AI Trends Staff The federal government continues its halting effort to field an enterprise cloud strategy, with Lt....

Adoption Picking Up for AI in Cybersecurity; More Skilled Humans Needed...

By AI Trends Staff  AI is increasingly being put to use in the technology stacks of cybersecurity companies, but not at...

AI in Fintech Helping Detect Fraud, Assess Risk

By AI Trends Staff AI is being applied in the banking and the financial industry to meet demands of customers in creative ways, with many...

Quantum Computing with AI Seen Helping to Advance IoT

By AI Trends Staff While still in a development stage, quantum computing is starting to advance into a new era, where it is poised to...

Executive Interview: Ted Okada, CTO, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

FEMA Going to Work on Visual AI, Textual AI, Operations AI, and AI for Privacy Preservation A member of the Senior Executive Service and CTO...

Vatican, DoD Weigh in on Ethical AI Principles in Same Week

By AI Trends Staff The Vatican and the Department of Defense both took stances on AI ethics last week. The Department of Defense on Monday held...