Cloud Innovation Strategy: Four Potential Circumstances For Future Of Cloud Innovation Programs In Any Organizations

Cloud innovation programs have competing priorities across the c-suite. Organizations can better align business outcomes with technical requirements and gain economies of scale across these programs with scenario thinking. Introduction What if a large hospital system could aggregate all of its data for opioid prescriptions – how many milligrams were

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The Boundaries Of AI: What Artificial Intelligence Can And Cannot Do – Followed By Q&A Session

The last decade has seen exciting developments in AI – and AI researchers are tackling some fundamental challenges to develop it further AI research seeks to understand what intelligence is, and then recreate this through computer systems that can automatically perform tasks that require some level of reasoning or intelligence

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Government’s Role In Preventing Cyber-Attacks: A Effective Approach To Cyber Threats Is To Be More Focused On The Real Enemy

In the face of ever-more complex cyber threats, governments need to employ the full range of tools to deter adversaries. Responding To Exponentially Growing Cyber Threats In April 2021, based on a tip from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and aided by public sanction data from US Department of

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Connect 2021: Our Vision For The Metaverse By Mark Zuckerberg

At Connect 2021, Mark Zuckerberg laid out our vision of the metaverse as the successor to the mobile internet – a set of interconnected digital spaces that lets you do things you can’t do in the physical world. Importantly, it’ll be characterized by social presence, the feeling that you’re right

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A Moral License For AI – A Case Study: Ethics Are The Rules, Actions, Or Behaviors To Get There, But Our Goal Should Be Moral AI

The concept of social license to operate, where a firm openly works with the communities that will be affected by its actions to gain their trust and acceptance, offers an approach for crafting AI solutions that are acceptable to stakeholders. AI And Ethics: A Question Of Social License? “My company

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Will AI Affect Our Jobs? What Risks Might AI Pose On Society? Can We Train AIs To Make Moral And Ethical Decisions? | A Panel Discussion

We asked the public to send in their questions to our panel of experts, to find out what challenges and opportunities they think AI will present us with in the next decade. Will AI affect our jobs? What risks might AI pose on society? Can we train AIs to make

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If Brains Are Computers, Who Designs The Software? | A Talk By Daniel Dennett – Cognitive Scientist And Philosopher

Cognitive science sees the brain as a sort of computer, but how does education redesign these cerebral computers? Cognitive scientist, philosopher, and expert on consciousness Daniel Dennett explains. There is widespread agreement among researchers in cognitive science that a human brain is some kind of computer, but not much like

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The Impact Of Automation & Artificial Intelligence On Our Economy | A Talk By Robert Reich Followed By Q&A Session

Professor Reich comes to Google to discuss the impact of automation & artificial intelligence on our economy. He also provides a recommendation on how we can ensure future technologies benefit the entire economy, not just those at the top. Robert Reich is the Chancellor’s Professor of Public Policy at the

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Designing Principles For Ethical AI: Putting Human Values In The Loops And Some Underlying First Principles

Organizations are increasingly considering the processes, guidelines, and governance structures needed to achieve trustworthy AI. Here are some underlying first principles that can guide leaders when thinking about AI’s ethical ramifications. “This has to be a human system we live in.” – Sandy Pentland More than 60 years after the

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Building A Robot Clone Of Gemma Chan: All At Work – Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Training Data And Natural Language Processing

In this Spark Documentary the world’s leading experts attempt to build an artificial human based on actress Gemma Chan, star of the sci-fi series Humans, for a ground-breaking scientific stunt that will test just how far away we are from ‘synthetic’ humans.

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New Era Of Spatial Thinking: GeoSpatial Analytics, Location-Aware Devices & Services – What Does It Mean For Your Organization

For many organizations, location is more important than ever for key decision-making. And multiple technology trends are making the insights of geospatial analytics increasingly accessible and valuable. Location-aware devices and services have exposed billions around the world to how technology can support “spatial thinking.” Whether searching on Google, navigating to

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Artificial Intelligence, No-Code Revolution, Digitization & Virtualization, Sustainable Energy And Transparency, Governance & Accountability: The Top 5 Technology Trends To Look Out For In 2022

In 2022 the covid-19 pandemic will continue to impact our lives in many ways. This means that we will continue to see an accelerated rate of digitization and virtualization of business and society. However, as we move into a new year, the need for sustainability, ever-increasing data volumes, and increasing

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