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It sounds like a job too difficult even for a supercomputer. But one tech writer argues that an AI system like IBM’s Watson could help ensure that U.S. Presidents and CEOs of U.S. businesses apply the hard-learned lessons of their predecessors in order to cut down on future failures and repeat past successes.
While experts may commonly describe the cyber insurance industry as healthy and growing, they also admit that there are many pitfalls. For example, pricing and exclusions can be all over the place due to the relatively short data history they have to work with. Be sure to read the fine print.
What are the biggest barriers to DevOps implementation? According to a new survey, the top three culprits are company culture, test automation, and legacy infrastructure. Of course, there are many more as well. Here are some of the most common challenges and how to solve them.
General Electric (GE) is taking no prisoners in the very competitive war for top technological talent—it is even poaching the most elite engineers from other top technology companies. How does GE do it? With offers of big challenges, attractive innovations, and big compensation packages.
Automation is growing at companies worldwide as the technology continues to evolve, and the consequences can be dire, not only economically but also physically. This became horrifically apparent when a robot bypassed safety protocols, entered an unauthorized area, and killed a human worker.
New research indicates that many tech workers are undercompensated—more than one-third of them, in fact. This may come as something of a shock for those in the normally well-paying IT industry, but read on to see if you are not earning what you could be and how to address the issue.