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Emerging IT Crucial for Our Commercial Expansion Into Space
Principal Research Director Brian Jackson discusses emerging IT tools and trends that will shape the future of commercial space missions, including AI, augmented reality and digital twins, as well as the space internet.
SEC Disclosure Rules: What’s the Role of the CIO?
Technical Counselor Erik Avakian describes the new SEC disclosure rules for reporting cybersecurity incidents, emphasizing the CIO's role as communicator and connector.
Emerging Cyber Threats in 2023 From AI to Quantum to Data Poisoning
This CSO article explores some of the main potential cyber attacks experts see as the biggest on the horizon, including AI- and generative AI-enabled attacks, enterprise AI hijacking, quantum computing, as well as data and SEO poisoning.
Don’t Rush Ethics in Generative AI Adoption Plans
Bill Wong, Principal Research Director, emphasizes the need for ethical frameworks and use case policies to guide the adoption of generative AI while mitigating risks.
Businesses Can Now Fine-Tune GPT-3.5 Turbo
This CIO Dive article discusses how fine-tuning will allow customers to improve steerability, reliable output formatting, and tone, as per OpenAI. Fine-tuning is critical for organizations looking to advance beyond a generalized chatbot.
Generative AI’s Momentum Casts Uncertainty Over the Future of the IT Service Desk
Mark Tauschek, VP, distinguished analyst and research fellow, shares his thoughts on the widespread discussion of generative AI and about what role a human should play, if any, with the technology as it grows better at rote tasks, especially for lower-level IT service desk positions.
Legacy Application Modernization Crucial for Digital Success
Research Director Ricardo de Oliveira discusses the role of ongoing legacy application modernization in achieving digital transformation success.
Zoom’s AI Terms Overhaul Set the Stage for Broader Data Use Scrutiny
Principal Research Director Bill Wong provides insights about data transparency and ownership as Zoom updates its terms and conditions following persistent criticism related to language that allowed the company to use customer data to train its AI systems.
Zoom Emphasizes Customer Consent as Critics Question AI Service Terms
Bill Wong, Principal Research Director, shared his thoughts on Zoom's recent changes to its terms and conditions that give the company more control over user data for AI projects.
Deepfakes Fueling the Online Anarchy: Researchers Weigh In on the Complexities of Regulation
Principal Research Director Bill Wong sheds light on the unprecedented advances in AI that have led to the development of deepfakes. These manipulations can alter existing content or even create new ones, which are almost impossible to distinguish from reality.