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Bank Of America’s IT Transformation: Benchmarking Against Uber and Amazon

Bank Of America Merrill Lynch is in the midst of sweeping digital transformation involving all aspects of its customer-facing operations. InformationWeek spoke with several...

Gartner’s Top 10 Tech Predictions – What About AI?

During its recent Symposium ITXpo, Gartner released predictions on the future of technology for IT departments and users. Here's a look at those predictions...

Google Expected to Announce the Assistant to Compete with Echo

Google is set to unveil its answer to Echo, an artificially intelligent home device that vaulted Amazon ahead of Google in a race to...

Investing in AI – A Good Bet!

It’s difficult to predict how artificial intelligence technology will change over the next 10 to 20 years, but there are plenty of gains to be...

Intel buys computer vision startup Movidius

Intel’s RealSense platform was the star of its Intel Developer’s Forum conference in San Francisco last month and it seems the company is only...

Intel Abandoning Mobile – Looks to Reset

The world’s biggest chip maker says it’s time to start building computers differently—and it wants to sell the new hardware technologies needed to do...

The World’s First “Smart-Tattoo” by MIT & Microsoft

The world's most prestigious technology institution, MIT, and Microsoft have offered us another reason why we are truly living in The Matrix, whether we care to...

Using AI to Create New Forms of User Interface

Interaction with the world around us should be as easy as walking into your favorite bar and getting your favorite drink in hand before...

Intel Buys Deep Learning Startup Nervana

Intel is getting serious about artificial intelligence, specifically as a driver of chip sales. On Tuesday, the company announced plans to acquire Nervana Systems, a...

AI Long-Term Impact on Employment: Let’s Look at History

Artificial intelligence has been making extraordinary progress in the past few years. It’s ironic that after years of frustration with AI’s missed promises, many now worry that...