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Survey: IT pros remain conflicted over the potential and dangers of AI

Survey: IT pros remain conflicted over the potential and dangers of AI

Companies are increasingly turning to artificial intelligence (AI) to automate and optimize business functions. But according to recent research, IT professionals who will be asked to implement the technology have decidedly mixed feelings about it, ranging from optimism to outright fear (and sometimes both at the same time). . This is according to the 2023 …

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'Emotive Land' Brings Dance to the Charles River Using Augmented Reality - The Boston Globe

‘Emotive Land’ Brings Dance to the Charles River Using Augmented Reality – The Boston Globe

Like many of us, Kristin Wagner has been on a lot of “pandemic walks” over the past few years. Wagner, who helped found seven-person dance collective The Click in 2021, came up with the idea for the band’s first project after scouring a QR code-based installation project along the Mystic River the same year. “Emotive …

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AI could be the great equalizer in healthcare

AI could be the great equalizer in healthcare

At the latest Fortune During the Brainstorm Health virtual discussion on Wednesday, experts from various parts of the medical field said that once these hurdles are overcome, AI could be the key to improving patient outcomes, reducing overall costs and reducing the burnout and stress from overworked caregivers. One of the first steps, they agreed, …

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In this 2019 file photo, The Try Guys (left to right) Zach Kornfeld, Ned Fulmer, Keith Habersberger and Eugene Lee Yang tour USA TODAY while promoting their book.  Internet stars have had huge success online for almost a decade.

The Try Guys’ Ned Fulmer, Adam Levine: Celebrity vs. Internet Culture

Two celebrity relationship scandals went viral last week: a musician who’s been in the air for two decades and an internet star who rose to fame among the first class of a totally new and unexplored. The way the public reacted illustrates the unspoken rules of what the public expects from celebrities. Maroon 5’s Adam …

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Cloudflare's CAPTCHA Replacement Misses Crosswalks, Checkboxes, Google

Cloudflare’s CAPTCHA Replacement Misses Crosswalks, Checkboxes, Google

Enlarge / CAPTCHAs are meant to prevent these types of browsing scenarios, not to train us all to better recognize vehicles and infrastructure in grainy photos. Getty Images Cloudflare recently made a bold claim: we could all do something better with our lives than deciding which images contain crosswalks or stop lights or clicking an …

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The National Security Implications of Virtual Reality

The National Security Implications of Virtual Reality

ByteDance’s headquarters in Beijing. | AP Photo/Ng Han Guan, File When Pico, the VR subsidiary of ByteDance, the Chinese firm that owns TikTok, announced a new headset last week which the company said it has no immediate plans to launch in the United States. Why not? Tech news website The Information reported that the company …

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The way we search the web is changing, so Google search is changing too

The way we search the web is changing, so Google search is changing too

Google Since its inception, Google’s search engine has offered a simple user interface: type your search query into a box, and you can discover what the Internet has to offer. Results are largely delivered as blue text, hyperlinked to other sites. In recent years, results have been enhanced with visual results, related news stories, and …

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German tech giant SAP is actually benefiting from dollar strength and supply chain issues, says CEO

German tech giant SAP is actually benefiting from dollar strength and supply chain issues, says CEO

Christian Klein, co-CEO of German software and cloud computing giant SAP, speaks during a news conference to present SAP’s financial results for 2019 on January 28, 2020 in Walldorf, southwest Germany. ‘Germany. – German software giant SAP reported a bottom line undermined by heavy restructuring costs, but raised its forecast for the year ahead. Daniel …

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