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CIOs have been revamping legacy IT stacks to prep the enterprise for innovation, but too few see the transformative potential the metaverse offers. Those who pilot early will be poised for payoff.
IT leaders are not immune to infatuation with the promise of emerging tech. Here, CIOs share which technologies they believe are primed to underdeliver, offering advice on right-sizing expectations for each one.
How this battle plays out has big implications for the future of innovation.
Whitepapers are the standard mode of communicating innovation in the blockchain space. It’s something of a feast of technological creativity. Read on for a sampling of groundbreaking web3 whitepapers.
Web 3.0, blockchain, and decentralization are charged ideas, with vocal supporters and critics. But there is actual work being done here that will impact the software industry in profound ways.
AI, machine-learning, predictive analytics, natural language processing (NLP), computer vision and microarchitecture are hot technologies that banks are investing in today, according to a Forrester report.
The digitally enhanced world of tomorrow will bring significant challenges and opportunities. Here are five key implications IT leaders must consider.
The company is making its third D-Wave Advantage system available via Amazon Braket and has updated its tools to enable enterprises to apply quantum annealing to new optimization problems.
The Google spin-offu2019s CEO Jack Hidary talked with CIO.com about Sandbox AQu2019s plans for developing enterprise software based on AI and quantum tech and what CIOs should expect from a post-RSA future.
Googleu2019s parent has spun out a team working on novel encryption and navigation systems using quantum techniques.