Raul Perdigão Silva, Global Head Inside Sales at Pipedrive shares his advice on how to remain sensitive to businesses and individuals as we progress through this pandemic.
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In a recent experiment, LOLA, AI-powered fake news and online harm detection tool developed by Exeter University, was found to pinpoint those responsible for cyberbullying Greta Thunberg on Twitter.
Jon Cairns, VP, Global Solution Consulting, Nexthink, helps us to understand ways we can meet employee demand for IT-related issues.
Healthcare AI startup Agamon raises $3m to automate hospitals’ processes by transforming clinical text into data
Agamon is well-positioned to drive the world’s next wave of healthcare innovation, one clinical text at a time.
Police surveillance will be one tool short as tech companies drop the development of facial recognition
Digital footprint tracking is due to increase in law enforcement as major players are dropping the development of the facial recognition technology.
Agata Nowakowska, Area Vice President EMEA at Skillsoft reveals the desperate need for upskilling the workforce with deep learning skills.
This month, we have been able to gain valuable insight into the realms of bot management and protection with the Netacea team.
Motability has progressed over the years. Voice activation in the car is no longer a concept – it’s readily available with a simplistic Bluetooth feature in your car.
The government have suffered huge economic effects of up to £1.5bn per annum due to a major skill shortage in the STEM industry.
Michael Cote, Staff Technologist at VMware Tanzu, examines the latest state of Kubernetes in 2020 in our latest contribution.
It’s the first time that a major Japanese insurer has deployed an AI auto damage assessment solution.