While three quarters of surveyed companies met or exceeded 2019 revenue targets, almost 40% say that investments in technology are inadequate to support future regional and global growth plans.
As artificial intelligence continues its rapid evolution, what influence do humans have?
AI technologies promise to extend human capabilities, writes SAS chief executive Jim Goodnight, and ultimately, improve the world around us.
How artificial intelligence is making health care more human.
One of the issues that has consistently hampered cybersecurity is the bane of false positives. By training machine learning algorithms on well-behaved software―or “goodware”―we can identify the signals that some sort of exploit is underway.
Singapore has trained a portion of the country’s collective energy and research in AI towards specific health outcomes.
Will democratizing AI accelerate inequality?
Going far beyond traditional attack detection, sophisticated machine learning systems help organizations stay one step ahead of fraudsters.
"Active health" is a technology-enabled step towards proactive and preventative health management that could define the very notion of health care in the future.
AR helps online shoppers understand what they’re buying—and how precisely items from home improvement goods to cosmetics will work for them.
IT security tools are becoming increasingly sophisticated thanks to artificial intelligence, but advances in the cybercriminal world are close behind.
Automation and other forms of AI will change the role of humans in the workplace.
Capacity, capability, and a future of active health in Asia.
NOTES: Health-care roles automated by AI, 5 yrs
The majority of the jobs that current education systems are preparing children for will be irrelevant by the time they are adults.
The benefits of smart spaces go far beyond security—they drive more efficient operations; reduce environmental impact; and provide a seamless, responsive experience.