In the coming years, artificial intelligence will become increasingly pervasive, spurring massive innovation across the private and public sectors. This development offers governments large and small major opportunities to surmount operational and budget challenges while better serving citizens and meeting demand.
As a few companies race to monetize the kind of machine learning that focuses on teaching robots to behave more like humans, many companies are grappling with how to leverage artificial intelligence and smart machines.
Today, the most ubiquitous devices in our homes and offices are finding a new place in the healthcare arena. Consumer devices – like smartphones, tablets and VR headsets – are transforming care by making it easier, more affordable, and more efficient.
Interactive shelf displays, IoT sensor systems and a mobile shopping system are among the technologies Kroger is selling to interested parties through a new venture. Kroger CIO Chris Hjelm oversaw the innovations.
Brief article descriptor: In this Q&A, Airware CEO Yvonne Wassenaar shares insight into her transition from CIO to CEO, how her IT skills have translated into her new role and what advice she would offer CIOs looking to partner closer with business leaders.
As more and more enterprises use artificial intelligence to make decisions on their behalf, governance is critical, and traceability into AI reasoning paths key to build trust from customers, employees, regulators, and other key stakeholders.
Focusing too much on costs can result in a race to the bottom, says Chad Sheridan, CIO of USDA's Risk Management Agency. Instead, Federal CIOs (who know a thing or two about working in a budget-challenged environment) are looking to a smarter approach for delivering deliver IT value.
A software factory steadily humming along consistently and delivering quality output is the holy grail of software development. With trailblazing developments in artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and natural language processing (NLP) the grail seems well in grasp. Players have emerged who take a significant slice of the pie e.g. QA/Testing and deliver it in a totally automated fashion: “building intelligent automation into IT systems and running them autonomously without human intervention.” What next? Machines delivering code for machines?
The NBA's defending champions are using chatbots, augmented and virtual reality to bolster fan engagement. Now they're sifting through fan data to better target them with merchandise, tickets and other offers.
Whether blockchain’s on your roadmap, or you’re still searching for the perfect use case, there’s one thing you shouldn’t overlook. CIOs need legal, internal audit, and compliance leads on their teams.
AI is rapidly entering new markets and is quickly becoming an essential tool for business strategy decisions. Although many leaders struggle to understand how to use AI, there is a simple process flow that can be used for any AI initiative.
The potential for blockchain to improve healthcare operating efficiencies is significant. The recent spate of blockchain initiatives in healthcare has to demonstrate tangible benefits before we can see significant change in adoption levels.
Over the next year, the traditional enterprise will become the intelligent enterprise – able to detect regulatory, technological, market and competitive challenges and proactively turn them into business successes or opportunities.
As IT teams face new challenges and old constraints in 2018, artificial intelligence has finally emerged as a practical solution for improving productivity and effectiveness while transforming the perception of IT from cost-center to innovator.
The legal cannabis industry is proving to be fast moving and innovative. Its IT leaders have the challenge and the luxury to adopt new technologies, including AI and blockchain, without the limitations of legacy systems. Enterprise CIOs in industries of all kinds can learn a lot from watching how its done.
We are in the early stages of a broader transformation in how enterprise organizations look at the role of support. In the near future, support will become much more automated, but will also become much more customer-facing.
The banking industry is undergoing substantial change as customers demand digital services. To meet these evolving needs, banks are realizing the value of partnering with fintech firms to spark innovation. So, how can banks and fintech companies best work together? This article outlines opportunities for collaboration and why the future is bright for the fintech/finserv relationship.
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