A new survey of corporate executives confirms the obvious -- generative AI will have an enormous impact on business -- but also reveals that most aren't ready to use it just quite yet.
"These new models not only give people a more natural and creative way to understand and manage security, they give people access to AI-powered expertise to go beyond what they could do alone."
Google CEO Sundar Pichai: "Of the AI issues we talked about, the most mysterious is called emergent properties."
A new Pew Research Center survey-based report about the use of AI in the workplace finds widely diverging views on the topic, though respondents are generally wary and uncertain of AI being used in hiring and assessing workers.
"Our StableLM models can generate text and code and will power a range of downstream applications."
Amazon Web Services (AWS), seeking to not be left behind in the cloud giant AI space, is making moves to catch up to Microsoft and Google.
A sprawling new report from Stanford University charts a steep rise in the misuse of AI technology, increasingly being applied to image/video deepfakes and questionable facial recognition and surveillance efforts.
Amid calls for an industry pause on AI large language model (LLM) development, AWS has launched a program to boost generative AI startups.
Capitalizing on the current generative AI hype, Microsoft is making it easier for users to create their own images across its consumer app portfolio.
There are so many different technologies that can be connected via Azure Arc it's hard to keep up, which is why we have Paul Schnackenburg.
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Two cybersecurity experts recently detailed six "quick wins" that everyone can do to help protect themselves, as well as six more complex initiatives.
48 percent of surveyed companies using ChatGPT say it has replaced workers.
Internet of Things (IoT) and edge computing deployments are on the rise across the board, says a new report from the Eclipse Foundation, which listed vendor-neutral recommendations for organizations getting in on the action.
"If you have a business that has seasonal spikes, DaaS makes a lot of sense."
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Tom Fenton takes a look at Microsoft's Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS), which provides desktops that run in the cloud and which are managed and administrated by the cloud provider.
Citing protection against ransomware, Veeam Software unveiled a new data platform that builds upon its flagship Backup & Replication offering.
Tom adds a DIY fan to cool the small-format Linux computer for students, hobbyist and anyone else interested in learning about the fundamentals of computing.
"Open source may be extremely fragile, so proceed with caution."
"It is certainly a tool that every system administrator should be aware of and use to automate mundane routine tasks such as backups and taking applications offline."