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  • 7 hot new IT jobs — and why they just might stick

    From CIoTO to automation architect, new IT roles are rising to fill emerging needs. Some may fizzle, but others may have a long future thanks to underlying IT trends.

    Written by Paul Heltzel15 Aug. 17 06:59
  • University of Sydney launches research centre to explore AI

    The University of Sydney has hatched a $7.5 million research centre and assembled a multidisciplinary team of researchers dedicated to undertaking innovative research to solve major problems in artificial intelligence (AI).

    Written by Jennifer O'Brien08 June 17 10:47
  • Mad Mex serves a ‘spicy’ dish of cloud and digital

    Ordering your burrito has never been more personal. At least that’s the mission of Mad Mex Fresh Mexican Grill CIO John Boyd, who said the company is relying on digital technologies and cloud infrastructure to feed the consumer’s growing appetite for beefier customer service and deeper brand connections.

    Written by Jennifer O'Brien18 May 17 12:25
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  • Are robotics startups gaining traction? Affirmative

    VC Funding For Robotics Grew 36 per cent in 2014. Like everyone else today, robots are following the VC dollars. And while many funding rounds are aimed at the usual industrial automation, money is also flowing to startups developing more human-friendly robots.

    Written by James A. Martin19 March 15 05:01
  • Traction watch: game of drones

    Editor's note: Traction Watch is a new column focused obsessively on growth, and is a companion to the DEMO Traction conference series, which brings together high-growth startups with high-potential customers. Companies can apply here to showcase, or those similarly obsessed can register here to attend.

    Written by James A. Martin18 March 15 02:40
  • 5 Uses for the Surveillance Robot of Tomorrow

    Robots are essentially a self-contained tribute to the wonders of technology. The most advanced models use fast computer processing, high-definition cameras, artificial intelligence and long-range sensors, all of which give you a pretty good idea where technology is heading. In some ways, a robot even provides a glimmer of the future car and future IT advances.

    Written by John Brandon13 Aug. 14 23:44

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