Wednesday, 30 May 2012

[TechRepublic] AI: What happened to the hunt for thinking machines?

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Artificial Intelligence: What happened to the hunt for thinking machines?

Mankind has long been fascinated by the idea of intelligent machines, but in the information age the sci-fi dream of creating a human-like AI appears increasingly anachronistic. Read more

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Disaster warning for the CIO as frustrated business execs bypass IT and hire their own tech teams. Read more

The boss is watching, look busy: Employers step up social media snooping

Employers are planning to routinely monitor what staff say on social networks - but risk finding out too much about their workers' personal lives Read more

BYOD and cloud: The keys to making the IT department liked again?

Letting go of the physical infrastructure is key to the IT department being taken seriously - but can CIOs really make the jump? Read more

Desktop virtualisation still not (quite) ready for primetime, say CIOs

Adoption of desktop virtualisation has been slower than server virtualisation, but it is starting to appear on the CIO's to-do list Read more


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