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Shakey, the World’s First Mobile Intelligent Robot

Developed at the Artificial Intelligence Center of the Stanford Research Institute (SRI) from 1966 to 1972, SHAKEY was the world’s first mobile intelligent robot. According to the 2017 IEEE Milestone citation, it “could perceive its surroundings, infer implicit facts from explicit ones, … Continue reading

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AI by the Numbers: Only 14.6% of Large Companies Have AI in Production

Recent surveys, studies, forecasts and other quantitative assessments of the progress of AI find that many organizations struggle to deploy AI widely and move beyond limited projects. Read more here  

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Best of 2019: How AI Killed Google’s Social Network

[February 4, 2019] Facebook turns 15 today, after announcing last week a record profit and 30% revenue growth. Also today, “you will no longer be able to create new Google+ profiles, pages, communities or events,” in anticipation of the complete … Continue reading

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Cybersecurity Chiefs: John Graham, Jabil

“The Sony attack was a wake-up call to most of us practitioners,” says John Graham, referring to the 2014 breach of Sony Pictures computer systems when hackers stole a rich trove of confidential documents and posted them online. Malicious and … Continue reading

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Cybersecurity Chiefs: Steve Martino, Cisco

To be a successful Chief Information officer (CISO) today, “you have to be a good translator,” says Steve Martino. This means translating the business strategy to the risk the company is willing to take. Instead of talking about “malware” and … Continue reading

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Cybersecurity Chiefs: Roland Cloutier, ADP

Chief Security Information Officers (CISOs), says Roland Cloutier, are becoming “first and foremost business leaders.” The way he sees it, cybersecurity today is an important component of any business’ critical success factors. Cloutier calls the new discipline “operational risk management,” … Continue reading

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Cybersecurity Chiefs: Andy Ellis, Akamai

The job of Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs), says Andy Ellis, is not to eliminate risks. “Our job is to help our companies make wiser risk choices,” is how Ellis describes the new cybersecurity paradigm. The way he sees it, … Continue reading

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