Day: January 9, 2023

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4 Pillars For Using AI Responsibly In A Skill-Based Organization

As the world moves towards skill-based workforces more companies are drawing on AI to support them with this. This makes it crucial for AI to be used responsibly: without clear oversight, systemic biases will worsen in workforces and employee trust will…

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Teaching an AI to beat video games still takes human imagination

Digital workers are intelligent software bots that automate everyday business processes like data entry, invoicing, or system queries. They will take over many repetitive and mundane tasks, creating new opportunities for businesses and workers. People aren’t just more productive when they…

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IT Prediction: AI Could Help Realize The Dream Of The Four-Day Work Week

Editor’s note: This post is part of an ongoing series on IT predictions from Google Cloud experts. Check out the full list of our predictions on how IT will change in the coming years.   Prediction: AI will be the primary…

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New Quantum Computing Architecture Could Be Used To Connect Large-Scale Devices

Quantum computers hold the promise of performing certain tasks that are intractable even on the world’s most powerful supercomputers. In the future, scientists anticipate using quantum computing to emulate materials systems, simulate quantum chemistry, and optimize hard tasks, with impacts potentially…

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This Is Your Brain. This Is Your Brain On Code

Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), which measures changes in blood flow throughout the brain, has been used over the past couple of decades for a variety of applications, including “functional anatomy” — a way of determining which brain areas are switched…

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