Flatlining growth of Windows 11 may prompt a quick shift to Windows 12
Ian Faria, Mecanizou's CEO, is a seasoned entrepreneur who started his journey at the age of 20. He brings a unique LATAM flavour to our TakeOff interview series.
Companies are using artificial intelligence to perform vital visual inspections of aircraft and check jet engines for missing parts.
What's new about Intel's 14th generation Core processors, early verdicts on their performance and price details.
Prior to becoming Chief of Staff at Miro, Sierra Kaslow led its recruiting team and grew the company from 200 to 1,800 employees. We had the pleasure of speaking with Sierra as part of Coffee with HR series.
Find out if the improvements to Adobe Firefly make it a true rival to Midjourney
We spoke to Bence Pap an architect and academic turned CEO. He's the co-founder of Artefact - a Mixed Reality Studio focusing on developing new augmented reality services and products catering to commercial and cultural markets.
Hollywood writers have struck a deal about the use of artificial intelligence. Great for them, but what about the rest of us, asks Richard Trenholm?
Windows 11 now has the clever ability to identify items in screenshots
Jon Christensen, CEO at Bidmii: “We pushed a product into a live production environment way too early, but the lesson we learned from this mistake was invaluable”
Jon Christensen is the CEO and co-founder of Bidmii, a ground-breaking platform in the home improvement industry. We spoke to him about his experience as part of our TakeOff interview series.
In this edition of TechFinitive x Flashforward, Richard Trenholm checks out Jurassic Park and talks about the obstacles in the way of bringing back lost species.
Targeting specific mechanisms mitigates AI risks more effectively, is easier to get consensus on, and avoids unintended consequences of brute force approaches, writes independent analyst Viggy Balagopalakrishnan
The Windows 11 Copilot update is not only happening sooner than we expected, but it could be forced onto business PCs by stealth. Barry Collins attempts to clear up the confusion.
The Windows Copilot preview leaves a lot to be desired from Microsoft's AI assistant