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AI and Product Management in the Data Business

Managing data with AI-powered automation and data product managers. Read more

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Mental Health, the Metaverse, and Text-to-Video AI

Are we already living in a “metaverse”? Read more

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Being Irresponsible About AI

The calls for “responsible AI” have led to new, irresponsible government regulation. Read more

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Abusing AI

The trouble with AI is that it lacks a clear definition, that it suffers from the unique nature of its creators’ intelligence and the fuzzy language they use. Read more

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Timeline of Modern Computing

Key milestones in the journey from ENIAC to Tesla, from Data Processing to Big Data. Read more

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Managing Data Overload in Healthcare

Navina AI helps physicians manage the healthcare data overload and provide better patient care. Read more

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AI by the Numbers: Coronavirus, Business Impact, Consumer Attitudes

Recent surveys, studies, forecasts and other quantitative assessments of AI highlight the role AI plays in fighting the Coronavirus, the business impact of AI, and what the American public feels about it. Read more here

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AI by the Numbers: 87% of CEOs See Data as Strategic Asset

Recent surveys, studies, forecasts and other quantitative assessments of the progress and impact of AI highlight the growing respect for data and its uses by businesses everywhere and the increasingly positive—but still mixed—attitudes towards AI by US consumers. Read more … Continue reading

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Digital Health, AI, and Israel

The global outbreak of the new Coronavirus brought to our attention an inconvenient truth about influenza: The seasonal flu kills between 291,000 to 645,000 people worldwide each year. Still, a December 2019 survey found that 37% of US adults did not intend to get … Continue reading

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AI by the Numbers: Data Privacy or AI Supremacy?

Recent surveys, studies, forecasts and other quantitative assessments of the progress and impact of AI highlight the confusion and contradictory attitudes of consumers about the privacy of their data, the impact of AI on jobs, and the race for AI … Continue reading

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