Generative AI is about more than just automating sales and marketing. It’s about making it more personal, too.
Quite simply everything you need to know about AMD's latest generation of AI-enabled processors, the Ryzen 8040 series.
As part of our Coffee with HR series, we asked 25 HR thought leaders a question: what do you perceive are some of the risks of deploying AI in the workplace?
Security professionals fear the NCSC AI development guidelines don't go far enough to protect developers or users, reports Davey Winder.
Microsoft 365 Copilot is set to provide the biggest boost to business productivity since Microsoft Office itself. But it has plenty of challenges. Jason Wynn, a Microsoft MVP, explains what you need to know.
OpenAI among a host of companies to contribute to new AI security guidelines, amid recent furore
Questions on whether AI will replace doctors have grown over the years. But how far - or how close - are we from that becoming a reality? Real life doctor, Jo Best, puts ChatGPT to the test.
Microsoft makes the surprise decision to bring AI features to the soon-to-be-retired Windows 10
The UK National Cyber Security Centre published its seventh annual review today, covering key threat developments between September 2022 and August 2023. Perhaps unsurprisingly, artificial intelligence featured rather heavily.
Lisa Skinner Källström, CHRO at Teamtailor: “It’s hard to replace the magic that happens from interacting with colleagues”
As CHRO, Lisa Skinner Källström leads the HR team at Teamtailor, a Swedish-founded SaaS company with 300 employees across the globe. We spoke to her as part of our Coffee with HR series.
Nia Castelly, Co-Founder and Legal Lead, Checks: “Don’t cut corners early on if it may come back to bite you later”
We interview Nia Castelly, the Co-Founder and Legal Lead for Checks, a privacy platform from Google that leverages AI to help simplify privacy compliance for mobile app developers.
OpenAI boss admits he can't predict what GPT-5 will do
At an IBM briefing about AI, Professor Katherine Royse shared her insight into how quantum computing and AI could work together to radically improve diagnoses and pandemic research
Kim Nortman has spent her career at the intersection of technology and creativity. She is the CEO and co-founder of Astral, an AI-enabled tool that transforms an expert’s content library into a learning co-pilot. Here's her interview as part of our TakeOff series.