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Why 2018 Will Belong To Cloud, AI, Blockchain
While the year 2017 more or less stabilized new technologies, the coming year could see a significant incline.
How Digital Tech Is Changing Customer Experience
by CXOtoday News Desk    Dec 11, 2017
Ericsson ConsumerLab report points to a paradigm shift as consumers expect digital technology to increasingly operate on human terms.
How CEO Can Avoid Digital Transformation Failure: McKinsey
by CXOtoday News Desk    Dec 11, 2017
To phase out the cloud of doubt, McKinsey has designed a guide for CEOs to avoid falling into the digital trap and derailing from digital transformation...
Consumers Want Privacy From Artificial Intelligence: Genpact
by CXOtoday News Desk    Dec 08, 2017
The survey also reveals that 59 percent of respondents think their government should do more to protect personal data from AI...
Which Sector Will Be The First To Go 100% Robot?
by Dr Antonio Espingarderio    Dec 08, 2017
Robotics will transform the workplace by taking over tasks traditionally handled by humans and completing them at a much faster and more efficient rate.
WB To Announce New IT Policy To Woo Investors: CM
by Sohini Bagchi    Dec 07, 2017
The much awaited IT policy in West Bengal is now expected to be announced in January, said Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said at the Infocom 2017, an annual IT conclave, held in Kolkata.
CIO's Five-Point RPA Planning Success Formula
Let’s look at the best practices that may help CIOs to ensure that their RPA rollouts achieve business goals with minimal risks.
Dentistry And Its Glorious Digital Future
The upcoming years of dental technology will flock in radical new oral health methods that will transform enduing painful dental appointments into swift and effortless visits.
3 Ways AR-VR Can Boost Autonomous Vehicles
Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality will play a larger role than many think in making the (safe) driverless vehicles of tomorrow a reality.
AWS re:Invent Bets On Machine Learning To Outdo Rivals
by CXOtoday News Desk    Nov 30, 2017
AWS announced DeepLens, its first fully programmable, deep learning-enabled wireless video camera designed for developers.
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