The demand for cybersecurity is steadily outpacing the number of people able to fill those jobs. It’s estimated that by 2021, there will be 3.5 million vacant cybersecurity jobs. And of the candidates applying for these jobs, more than three out of four will not be qualified.
More than three-quarters of U.S. companies are investing in artificial intelligence (AI). But according to a recent Harvard Business Review article, far too much of the investment may be going…
The approach: Use machine learning to find anomalous behavior that indicates cybersecurity breaches and then use that same learning to quarantine the cyber breach, while humans expel the threat.
Nearly 50 panels addressed AI in its various forms, discussing the impacts of AI on democracy, health care, the workplace, product design, and host of other industries, including music and journalism
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Digital learning is on the rise on U.S. college campuses, both in what is studied and how. New programs, for example, are exploring big data and networked design. Programs of…
A significant shortage of cybersecurity professionals exists around the U.S. Even as reports of cybercrime and hacks compromising everything from individual security to government systems rise, shortfalls of people trained to thwart cybercrime and stop hacks exist and are expected to continue.
With the growth of new technologies like automation and AI, the demand for tech-savvy professionals means employees with strong technical skills will continue to very employable.
E-commerce and data mining and protection remain two of the primary marketing trends this year
In a world awash with data, many companies have declared goals to become more data-driven, to invest in analytics, and to crunch the numbers to better target their services. However, a new survey shows that companies are far behind their goals.