The use of generative AI technology has moved beyond the curiosity phase for retailers and become the foundation for software business applications that enable enterprises to conduct business better and more quickly.
The end of the year is quickly approaching, which means it’s time to do the analyst thing and look ahead to the changes, trends, and anticipated disruptive products we are likely to see next year.
With the rise in popularity of artificial intelligence, C-level bosses are pressuring managers to utilize AI and machine learning. That fallout is causing problems as mid-level execs struggle to find ways to meet the demand for next-generation AI solutions.
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Synaptics boasts top-notch wireless connectivity and validated AI proficiency. This approach positions the company effectively to provide the framework for the upcoming era of IoT computing.
Copilot technology was still in its infancy only eight months ago. Last week, it went to general availability at top enterprises, and now 70% of users indicate they don’t want to work without this capability.
Despite Microsoft's introduction of generative AI into its search engine Bing, the company has failed to cut into the share of market leader Google.
Elon Musk's Grok AI promises a blend of humor and disruption in conversational AI. Let's discuss the potential benefits and drawbacks of this innovative yet unproven technology.
Industry experts evaluate Grok AI's humor and rebellious nature and its edge, or lack thereof, in the competitive generative AI landscape.
Big Tech leaders are exaggerating the existential threat AI poses to humanity to solidify their market shares through government regulation, a leading figure in artificial intelligence told an Australian financial publication Monday.
This year’s Qualcomm event was all about AI, and it promised not only to revolutionize smartphones and PCs but also to create a level of interoperability that has been promised for years but never delivered.
Apple execs apparently were caught off guard by the AI fever gripping the industry and have been scrambling since late last year in an effort to play catch-up with first movers in the technology.
Employees in nearly three out of four organizations worldwide are using generative AI tools frequently or occasionally, but despite the security threats posed by unchecked use of the apps, employers don't seem to know what to do about it.
What HP presented should leapfrog the company ahead of its competitors over the next several years as we deal with the fallout of the hybrid workplace and the difficulties in managing and equipping a dispersed workforce.