Mike Elgan a contributing columnist to Computer World wrote this article about why we should not allow AI to write for us in business. His premise is that, in the end, AI doesn’t make our writing smarter; it makes humans …
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Today, virtual reality gaming uses a bundle of wires and equipment that requires a person to carry a backpack or they are so wired that their movement is limited. Computer World has a video demonstrating how wireless virtual reality might …
This story in Computer World explains how Microsoft is bundling services to make your autonomous car smarter, but what it really is saying to us is that your new office cubicle is likely to be your car. Among the bundled …