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IBM Think 2024: Could AI Help Figure Out What Customers Will Want?

By Rob Enderle for Techspective

Every industry has the same problem: figuring out what customers will want in a three-, five-, or 10-year timeframe. The reason we need to know what customers will want is that it takes from three to 10 years to create a new product, evaluate it, assure it, then bring it to market. Apple’s late CEO Steve Jobs figured that out early on.

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2024 Work Trend Index Annual Report: The Worrisome Microsoft and LinkedIn Report

By: Daniel W. Rasmus for Serious Insights

The 2024 Work Trend Index Annual Report from Microsoft and LinkedIn delivers some worrisome insights about the future of work. Most notably, it shines a bright light on the power of automation over common sense

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TECHTALK SUMMITS LAUNCHES TECHTALK DAILY TECHNOLOGY KNOWLEDGE BASE

Peterborough, NH – May 22, 2024 – TechTalk Summits, the leader in events for technology professionals and executives, announced today the launch of TechTalk Daily, a comprehensive and searchable library of resources from leading technology companies.

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SWSW 2024 Report- The New Cold War

By: Rex M. Lee, Privacy Advisor and Tech Journalist for My Smart Privacy

I attended the SXSW 2024 session “The Tech Industry and Cold War Two” hosted by Jason Schenker, Chairman of the Futurist Institute. Cold War Two refers to geopolitical tensions between the United States, its allies, as well as China, and Russia, plus all their allies/proxies.

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How Mercedes’ Partnership With NVIDIA Helped Beat Tesla To Autonomous Driving

By Rob Enderle for TG Daily
With all of the hype surrounding Tesla and autonomous driving, you’d think Tesla cars would be farther along than its competitors when it comes to a reliable solution, but that isn’t the case. 

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Why Lenovo Is The Better Choice Than Dell In AI Deployment

By Rob Enderle for TGDaily

When it comes to AI deployments, two companies stand out for their breadth of offerings, but only one of the two currently has the experience to better assure the outcome.

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Qualcomm Flexes Its AI Muscles and Enables The Edge

By Rob Enderle for TDWI

When we talk about “Edge Computing,” we are often talking about PCs, but PCs are a tiny part of the edge that will enable the coming AI world. The real volume will be in sensors that give the deployed AIs the ability to sense and interact with the world around us.

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Thinking Out Loud: What Should an AI PC Do?

By: Daniel W. Rasmus for Serious Insights

AI PCs are coming. AI PCs will include a key that invokes a Microsoft Copilot. Copilot, as it does on Microsoft Edge and Windows 11, will pop up, informing the person pushing the key that it is ready to be asked anything. But that isn’t really an AI PC. It is a PC that integrates a generative AI chatbot at the most rudimentary level.

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The April 2024 Serious Insights Bookshelf: 2 Books That Explore Love and Language

By: Daniel W. Rasmus for Serious Insights

The future is complex. Scenario planners look for social, technological, economic, environmental, and political uncertainties to understand the variables that should be explored against a focal question such as “What will work look like in 2035?” Naming uncertainty is just a starting point. 

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Jlab Go Mouse-Keyboard Set Review: 2 Devices, 1 Portable and Affordable Bundle

By: Daniel W. Rasmus for Serious Insights

Mobile devices have led to a growing demand for portable keyboards to accommodate an on-the-go lifestyle. Mobile keyboards have come a long way, from bulky and cumbersome to sleek and compact. 

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