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Employees more comfortable than bosses with GenAI, research shows

While workers are looking forward to artificial intelligence (AI) taking over repetitive tasks, managers are more cautious about implementing the technology – and its impact on jobs. Some 86% of the professionals LexisNexis surveyed for its Future of work report 2024 either agreed or strongly agreed that they were willing to embrace generative AI (GenAI)…

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Cohesity: We won’t abandon NetBackup customers or force migration

Cohesity won’t abandon any NetBackup product, force migration to Cohesity or leave any NetBackup customers behind. And all that while the backup giant aims to become a leader in security and artificial intelligence (AI) data management. That’s the promise of Cohesity CEO Sanjay Poonen and finance director Eric Brown, who were interviewed recently by Computer…

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Microsoft teams up with Nvidia, AMD, and Intel to provide the ‘missing link’ that’ll boost upscaling for PC games

Microsoft has just announced DirectSR, a new application programming interface (API) designed in partnership with major GPU manufacturers that will allow game developers to enable  “seamless integration of Super Resolution into a new generation of PC games.” Programmer Joshue Tucker notes in the official blog post that “DirectSR is the missing link developers have been…

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How to stop data from driving government mad

Spare a thought for Dominic Cummings – it was data that drove him mad. Data drives us all mad. For a field to be successful today it must curate, store, and share data across disparate teams, which is maddeningly difficult. How might governments learn from this? The Institute for Government’s Commission on the Centre of…

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Vast targets AI checkpointing write performance with distributed RAID

Vast Data will boost write performance in its storage by 50% in an operating system upgrade in April, followed by a 100% boost expected later in 2024 in a further OS upgrade. Both moves are aimed at checkpointing operations in artificial intelligence (AI) workloads. That roadmap pointer comes after Vast recently announced it would support…

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AWS Public Sector Summit: AI-enabled care homes and using big data to ease biodiversity crisis

A hospice in South Devon is working with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to create an artificial intelligence-enabled (AI) residential care home for people with dementia. Speaking at the AWS Public Sector Summit in London on Tuesday 19 March, Gill Horne, programme director for care services at Rowcroft Hospice, said the UK is in the midst…

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Rolls-Royce looks at viability of quantum computing in nuclear safety

Rolls-Royce plans to use quantum computing to figure out how to run nuclear power plants remotely. Through the Quantum Technology Access Programme (QTAP), the manufacturer aims to build small, autonomous nuclear reactors that could operate safely in remote mining colonies and on the Moon and Mars. During the programme, Rolls-Royce used data from the Fukushima…

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IT leaders are finding the right balance between on-premise and cloud

A survey of 706 IT leaders conducted by Red Hat for its 2024 Global tech trends report has found that many organisations have figured out the mix between public and private cloud infrastructure. Compared with the previous year’s data, workload migration management saw a nine-point drop to near the bottom of the IT management funding priorities…

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Swedish CIO contributes best practices for ethical use of artificial intelligence

OpenAI writes on its website: “The amount of compute used in the largest AI [artificial intelligence] training runs has been increasing exponentially with a 3.4-month doubling time (by comparison, Moore’s Law had a two-year doubling period).” According to OpenAI, this growth amounts to 300,000-times more computing power required today as opposed to 2012, which is…

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AMD Unveils XA Versal AI Edge and Ryzen Embedded V2000A For Automotive

With CES 2024 fast approaching, AMD has announced two new products designed to enhance user’s experience in the automotive sphere. The first is the XA Versal AI Edge series, their first 7 nm device to be automotive qualified, with a new AI engine and vector processor array designed to drive safety and improve LiDAR, radar,…

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