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Alex Woodie

Alex Woodie has written about IT as a technology journalist for more than a decade. He brings extensive experience from the IBM midrange marketplace, including topics such as servers, ERP applications, programming, databases, security, high availability, storage, business intelligence, cloud, and mobile enablement. He resides in the San Diego area.

Prompt Engineer: The Next Hot Job in AI

February 15th, 2023 Comments Off on Prompt Engineer: The Next Hot Job in AI
Technology professionals who want to catch the hottest wave in AI at the moment may consider becoming prompt engineers, which appears to be one of the most in-demand professions for 2023. And developers who want to get the most ...

Americans Don’t Trust AI and Want It Regulated: Poll

February 14th, 2023 Comments Off on Americans Don’t Trust AI and Want It Regulated: Poll
American companies are adopting AI technology at a rapid clip, but a majority of U.S. citizens don’t trust it and want to see its use regulated by the government, according to a new Harris Poll survey released last week. ...

You Can Now Get Priority Access to ChatGPT for $20 a Month

February 2nd, 2023 Comments Off on You Can Now Get Priority Access to ChatGPT for $20 a Month
Since it was released in late November, ChatGPT has become the latest internet sensation, generating well-written articles, songs, and term papers. More than 100 million people have flocked to try out the free service, which has strained resources powering ...

NIST Puts AI Risk Management on the Map with New Framework

January 27th, 2023 Comments Off on NIST Puts AI Risk Management on the Map with New Framework
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has published the AI Risk Management Framework, document intended to help organizations voluntarily develop and deploy AI systems without bias and other negative outcomes. The document has a very good shot ...

Hallucinations, Plagiarism, and ChatGPT

January 18th, 2023 Comments Off on Hallucinations, Plagiarism, and ChatGPT
ChatGPT was introduced just seven weeks ago, but the AI has already garnered a lifetime’s worth of hype. It’s anybody’s guess whether this particular technology opens the AI kimono for good or is just a blip before the next ...

Microsoft Seeks $10B Investment in OpenAI: Report

January 12th, 2023 Comments Off on Microsoft Seeks $10B Investment in OpenAI: Report
Microsoft, which is already invested in OpenAI to the tune of $1 billion and enjoys an exclusive partnership with it to train its AI models, reportedly is looking to invest $10 billion in the company following the breakout success ...

SageMaker Bolstered with Better Controls, AI Governance

December 2nd, 2022 Comments Off on SageMaker Bolstered with Better Controls, AI Governance
AWS has unveiled a host of enhancements for Amazon SageMaker, its end-to-end machine learning offering. Among the most prominent capabilities are a collection of new governance tools aimed at keeping ML projects on the straight and narrow, but there ...

Air Force Looks to AI to Help Maintain Bombers, ICBMs

November 19th, 2022 Comments Off on Air Force Looks to AI to Help Maintain Bombers, ICBMs
The United States Air Force Global Strike Command will deploy artificial intelligence technology in a bid to increase the reliability of its nuclear bombers and ICBMs as part of an expansion of its partnership with Virtualitics, a provider of ...

Can Retailers Trust Their Machine Learning Models?

October 21st, 2022 Comments Off on Can Retailers Trust Their Machine Learning Models?
As we inch closer to Black Friday and the start of the holiday buying extravaganza, retailers are putting the final touches on the demand forecasts they’re using to predict the mix of goods they’ll carry this winter. There are ...

AI for DevOps: Cutting Cost, Reducing Risk, Speeding Delivery

August 16th, 2022 Comments Off on AI for DevOps: Cutting Cost, Reducing Risk, Speeding Delivery
Organizations collectively spend billions every month on DevOps processes, yet bad code still makes it into production, causing downtime, additional time/money, and reputational harm. With so much at stake, it would seem to be a natural fit for automation ...
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