Is Artificial Intelligence Ready to be the Backbone of Our Security Systems?

Artificial intelligence has vastly improved in the last decade to the point where AI-powered software has become mainstream. Many organizations, including schools, are adopting AI-powered security cameras to keep a close watch on potential threats. For example, one school district in Atlanta uses an AI-powered video surveillance system that can provide the current whereabouts of any person captured on video with a single click. The system will cost the district $16.5 million to equip around 100 buildings.

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The 22 best project management tools for business

Having the right set of tools to tackle analytics, requirements, change, and project progress will help project managers perform at their best.

Top-level project managers are in high demand, thanks to the high-level leadership, knowledge, and capabilities they bring to business projects. But having the right set of tools is also essential to project management success.

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GitHub launches Security Lab to protect open-source code

GitHub today launched the GitHub Security Lab, an ongoing effort to protect open source code projects. The GitHub Security Lab is aimed at bringing together security researchers from partner organizations like Google, Microsoft, Mozilla, Oracle, Uber, and HackerOne.

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13 Outdated Tech KPIs (And What Businesses Should Track Instead)

No industry in the world evolves as fast as the tech industry. Yet some tech teams track the same key performance indicators they have been following since the middle of the last decade. While some of these metrics are still useful, others are entirely outdated.

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The chief data officer: The CIO’s newest ally

As organizations shift to data-driven strategies, the CDO role is rising. But to succeed as an entity, the CIO and CDO must work in concert — with clear delineations in responsibilities.

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Hiring a developer: top reasons why startups are choosing Eastern Europe

Hiring a developer is hard and pricey. Proficient developers cost a lot in any country, and if you decided to enter a tech startup world, you might be stuck already.

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13 Tech Experts Predict The Next Big Trend In Software Development

In recent years, many technologies have moved out of the realm of science fiction and become realities of the modern world. Advancements in software development are largely to thank for these technological evolutions, from cloud computing to artificial intelligence.

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Restructuring IT for growth

When Andrew Campbell joined global equipment manufacturer Terex as CIO in 2016, the company had a twenty-year history of acquisitions. As a result, they had a bevy of small IT teams who dabbled in a number of different functional roles.

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Don’t Make These 14 IT Cost-Cutting Mistakes

All departments in a business will likely be required to cut costs at some point. In tech, however, this can be especially challenging. You want to ensure you’re being frugal with your resources while not eliminating the essentials.

We asked a panel of Forbes Technology Council members to list some common cost-cutting mistakes that IT leaders should avoid. Their best answers are below.

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How AI is impacting the automotive world

The idea of self-driving cars has captured consumer imagination, but AI is having a much broader impact across the entire automotive industry. From design, manufacturing, and infrastructure to predictive maintenance, safety, and a slew of AI-enabled cockpit features, auto experiences are evolving and improving. It’s having a foundation-disrupting impact for auto manufacturers, smart cities, and consumers alike.

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