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Who are you? And who decides you're really you and can be trusted? The answer, and the systems involved, differ in the real world and online. But blockchain technology could make establishing identity and trust much easier for everyone. Here's how.

source: Computer World

Alibaba has developed an artificial intelligence model that scored better than humans in a Stanford University reading and comprehension test. Alibaba Group Holding put its deep neural network model through its paces last week, asking the AI to provide exact answers to more...

source: Fortune

In a way, the nonprofit group Cities of Service is a sort of barometer for the channels that mayors and local governments are using to engage with citizens. Recently, Cities of Service began to see a spike in the frequency with which...

source: Government Technology

Some of Intel's data center customers, whose thousands of computers run cloud networks, are exploring using microchips from the market leader's rivals to build new infrastructure after the discovery of security flaws affecting most chips.

source: CNBC

As automation becomes more popular, bringing with it plenty of opportunities, 2018 is all about investing in in-house skills and innovation, with a focus on equality and flexibility. IT leaders will need to invest in their own skills in 2018 to get the most out of innovation...

source: Computer Weekly

Discussing money with patients is never an easy task. Having the conversation can be extremely difficult. Providers generally like to keep patient treatment and patient financials separate, but it is possible to do both and improve the relationship between providers and...

source: Health Data Management


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