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Biased AI Is Real; What Does that Mean for Women?
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We have a great opportunity to lay a better foundation for the future of AI if we encourage more women and people of diverse backgrounds to dive into data science and other AI fields.
By Sophie Searcy, Senior Data Scientist, Metis , 3/22/2019
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Who's Responsible When IT Goes Awry?
Lisa Morgan, Freelance Writer
Commentary
Headline news just hit, customers are livid, lawsuits are imminent. Whom should be held responsible when an IT error disrupts business?
By Lisa Morgan Freelance Writer, 3/20/2019
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Why Your Company's AI Strategy May Not Be Its Own
Lisa Morgan, Freelance Writer
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Nine big tech firms are deciding your company's fate and even the fate of humanity simply because they have the most control over AI.
By Lisa Morgan Freelance Writer, 3/18/2019
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15 Best Places to Work in Tech for 2019
Cynthia Harvey, Contributor, NetworkComputing
News
Several familiar companies joined the list for 2019, and some of the less-familiar names from 2018 are no longer as popular as they once were.
By Cynthia Harvey Contributor, NetworkComputing, 3/14/2019
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RSA Show Underscores Need for Security Focus in App Dev
Steve Kovsky, Technology Journalist
News
Speakers and exhibitors at last week's RSA Conference outlined why DevSecOps need to be implemented throughout the software development cycle.
By Steve Kovsky Technology Journalist, 3/12/2019
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How to Find a Qualified Developer in a Hurry
John Edwards, Technology Journalist & Author
Commentary
When a deadline looms and talent is scarce the pressure builds to find developers who can hit the ground running.
By John Edwards Technology Journalist & Author, 3/12/2019
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CIO Survey Shows Shifts in IT Leadership Role
Jessica Davis,  Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps
News
CIOs have made headway towards a more strategic position in the organization, but challenges remain on the road to digital.
By Jessica Davis Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps, 3/11/2019
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AI as a Human Right
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As some thought leaders advocate for the recognition of access to AI as a human right, the question comes up: How could we achieve that?
By Gary Grossman, Technology Practice Lead, Edelman AI Center of Expertise , 3/8/2019
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How CIOs Can Influence the Board
Jessica Davis,  Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps
News
Technology has become a strategic asset in business. Here's how to get your board to focus on technology's value.
By Jessica Davis Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps, 3/6/2019
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What CIOs and CTOs Can Learn From Smart Cities
Lisa Morgan, Freelance Writer
Commentary
Municipal IT leaders manage a lot of complexity; improving government efficiency, protecting citizens, and making cities attractive places to work, live and visit.
By Lisa Morgan Freelance Writer, 2/27/2019
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Itís up to Smart Humans to Stop Being Stupid About AI
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As AI becomes a bigger and perhaps transformative technological force, itís crucial to recognize that artificial intelligence is only as good as the genuine human thinking that goes into it.
By Christian Beedgen, co-founder and CTO, Sumo Logic , 2/25/2019
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Planning a Trustworthy Citizen Data Science Initiative
Jen Underwood, Impact Analytix
Commentary
Once organizations accept that citizen data science is inevitable, it's time to ensure that it's implemented responsibly.
By Jen Underwood Impact Analytix, 2/25/2019
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Machine Learning Targets the Opioid Crisis
Jessica Davis,  Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps
News
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital recognized that the same kind of machine learning concepts used for cybersecurity could be used to fight the opioid crisis.
By Jessica Davis Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps, 2/22/2019
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What Might Be Missing from Your Open Source Evaluation
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When implementing open source software, look beyond the license terms to understand who is driving change on the software.
By Ben Slater, CPO, Instaclustr , 2/19/2019
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2019: The Year IT Makes a Comeback
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Commentary
It's time for IT leaders to recognize that the IT group is crucial to their companies' future growth and success, and to let the business know that IT is there to help.
By David Politis, CEO and Founder, BetterCloud , 2/18/2019
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Are Your Metrics Real?
Pierre DeBois, Founder, Zimana
Commentary
The Internet is not fake, but protecting the value derived from online activity must account for social engineering. Hereís why.
By Pierre DeBois Founder, Zimana, 2/14/2019
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Protecting Us from AIís Dark Side
Guest Commentary, Guest Commentary
Commentary
The promise of AI is real, but the potential dangers are also just as real. In the end countermeasures will alleviate the dangers.
By Jim Carnes, Chief Security Architect, Ciena , 2/12/2019
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The Problem with AI Facial Recognition
Jessica Davis,  Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps
Commentary
AI facial recognition algorithms are far from perfect. Here's what you should know if your enterprise is considering deploying this technology.
By Jessica Davis Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps, 2/11/2019
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Now It's Time for the Hybrid IT Worker
Mary E. Shacklett, Mary E. Shacklett
Commentary
In an era when the glasshouse is gone it's time for a new work structure, with IT staff being stationed closer to the business users they support.
By Mary E. Shacklett Mary E. Shacklett, 2/7/2019
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Prepping the Enterprise for the AI Apocalypse
Jessica Davis,  Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps
Commentary
Forget the little pilot project. Enterprises that want to survive the disruptions ahead need to get their tech ready today or expect to be gone in two years.
By Jessica Davis Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps, 2/6/2019
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Why Your Company's AI Strategy May Not Be Its Own
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Empowering Women in the Workplace 365 Days a Year
Guest Commentary, Guest Commentary,  3/19/2019
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