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Microsoft launches automatic transcribe for Word online
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Microsoft launches automatic transcribe for Word online

AI-based service is free to Office 365 subscribers, but comes with a five-hour monthly upload limit
26 Aug 2020
Worldwide AI spending expected to reach $110 billion in 2024
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Worldwide AI spending expected to reach $110 billion in 2024

IDC says global spending on AI will double over the next four years
25 Aug 2020
Minimize risk and maximize business continuity in a virtualized world
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Minimize risk and maximize business continuity in a virtualized world

Turn adversity into success with the right strategy, technologies, and mindset
21 Aug 2020
The IT Pro Podcast: Is AI the snake oil of the 21st century?
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The IT Pro Podcast: Is AI the snake oil of the 21st century?

What can the A-Level debacle teach us about AI in modern business?
21 Aug 2020
Self-driving cars could be on UK roads by spring 2021
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Self-driving cars could be on UK roads by spring 2021

The Department for Transport has begun a consultation to boost road safety with self-driving car tech
19 Aug 2020
Managing security risk and compliance in a challenging landscape
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Managing security risk and compliance in a challenging landscape

How key technology partners grow with your organisation
18 Aug 2020
Unleashing the power of AI initiatives with the right infrastructure
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Unleashing the power of AI initiatives with the right infrastructure

What key infrastructure requirements are needed to implement AI effectively?
18 Aug 2020
The Hospital of the Future starts today
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The Hospital of the Future starts today

Technology has fundamentally changed the way we practice patient care
18 Aug 2020
UK gov's "unfair" A-Level algorithm faces several legal challenges
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UK gov's "unfair" A-Level algorithm faces several legal challenges

Students, law firms and politicians are challenging the exams' algorithm on several fronts, including potential GDPR violations
17 Aug 2020
Alexa flaws may have let hackers steal voice history
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Alexa flaws may have let hackers steal voice history

Certain Amazon and Alexa subdomains were vulnerable to cross-origin resource sharing and cross-site scripting attacks
17 Aug 2020
IBM unveils its 'most powerful' processor yet
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IBM unveils its 'most powerful' processor yet

The Power10 data centre chip will handle three times the workload of its predecessor, IBM claims
17 Aug 2020
The A-level results crisis has once again shown the limits of AI
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The A-level results crisis has once again shown the limits of AI

When will those in government learn that technology isn’t magic?
17 Aug 2020
AWS launches Amazon Braket quantum cloud service
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AWS launches Amazon Braket quantum cloud service

The cloud service will give users the capacity to run simulations on quantum computers built by D-Wave, IonQ and Rigetti
14 Aug 2020
The IT Pro Podcast: Attack of the AI hackers
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The IT Pro Podcast: Attack of the AI hackers

Why the machines really are coming to get you
14 Aug 2020
Airbnb will reportedly file to go public this month
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Airbnb will reportedly file to go public this month

Airbnb previously put a pause on its IPO plans, but sources say the company will submit a filing with the SEC this month
12 Aug 2020
Natural Language Processing: the future of the enterprise
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Natural Language Processing: the future of the enterprise

NLP is at the heart of many applications, but how can it play a transformational role in business?
11 Aug 2020
How to run Chkdsk
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How to run Chkdsk

Find out how to run a disk check on Windows 10 and older versions of Windows
11 Aug 2020
Police use of facial recognition ruled unlawful in the UK
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Police use of facial recognition ruled unlawful in the UK

The groundbreaking judgement finds the surveillance tool breaches rights
11 Aug 2020
The future tech helping battle the pandemic
Technology

The future tech helping battle the pandemic

We’ve struggled to find a use for chatbots, 3D printers and drones, but innovative tech is now being used to fight COVID-19
11 Aug 2020
UK firms 'lagging behind the rest of the world' on AI
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UK firms 'lagging behind the rest of the world' on AI

Research shows the UK is behind its global counterparts on AI adoption and reskilling
11 Aug 2020
Communicating with your customers
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Communicating with your customers

The evolution of conversational AI
7 Aug 2020
How Europe can become a market leader in AI
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How Europe can become a market leader in AI

The US and China lead in the AI arms race, while European countries currently lag behind. What can they do to catch up?
6 Aug 2020
What is an artificial neural network?
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What is an artificial neural network?

A look at the role of neural nodes and how deep learning is used to create algorithms
5 Aug 2020
Home Office to scrap 'racist' AI tool for visa applications
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Home Office to scrap 'racist' AI tool for visa applications

"Issues around unconscious bias and the use of nationality" will be considered during a redesign, says the Home Secretary
4 Aug 2020