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Deloitte’s 2022 Tech Growth Opportunities: Everything-as-a-Service, Hybrid Workers, More

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020, tech organizations – like every other group on Earth – are dealing with a wide range of ongoing issues ...Full Article

C3 AI Gets $500M Deal with DOD in Midst of Stock Price Struggles

Enterprise AI vendor C3 AI announced the receipt of a $500 million AI modeling and simulation software agreement with the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) that aims to help ...Full Article

Improve Business-Critical Enterprise Cloud Migrations By Integrating AI and Automation

By the end of 2020, an estimated six out of 10 businesses had already moved their workloads to the cloud, spurred to action by the COVID-19 pandemic. As IT ...Full Article

Shortage of Chips Hurts AI, But Problems Go Deeper

The impacts of the chip shortage can be spotted everywhere: from higher prices on home appliances to empty new car lots to higher prices for consumer devices. Processor-hungry AI ...Full Article

Enterprise Open Source Job Applicant Shortage Persists in 2021, Linux Foundation Survey Finds

Though IT hiring is showing signs of rebounding in the wake of the still-lingering COVID-19 pandemic, finding qualified candidates with high-demand open source skills continues to be a huge ...Full Article

GlobalFoundries Attempting to Derail Acquisition by Intel Through an IPO of Its Own: Report

In July, reports that Intel is pursuing a $30 billion acquisition of chip fab operation GlobalFoundries threw the chip market into a tizzy, with Intel declining to comment and ...Full Article

WHO Releases Its First-Ever Report Offering Guiding Principles for AI Use in Healthcare

Fueled by ethics and privacy concerns about the use of AI in healthcare, the World Health Organization (WHO) has issued a report calling for the use of six “guiding ...Full Article

Smart Investors Support Enterprise AI that Creates Jobs and Helps Employees

Entrepreneurs and investors regularly dismiss claims that artificial intelligence will replace people in the workplace. AI needs humans to function, they say, and AI doesn’t want to take the place ...Full Article

IBM, Cleveland Clinic Begin 10-Year AI, Quantum, Cloud Partnership to Boost Clinical Research

Fueled by the need for faster life sciences and healthcare research, especially in the wake of the deadly COVID-19 pandemic, IBM and the 100-year-old Cleveland Clinic are partnering to ...Full Article

IBM, Moderna to Use AI, Hybrid Cloud to Track COVID-19 Vaccine Supply

Seeking ways to boost vaccinations against COVID-19, IBM and vaccine developer Moderna will leverage AI, hybrid cloud and other technologies to address nagging supply chain and distribution challenges. The ...Full Article
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