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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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With AI, Communication Skills Become Vastly More Important

By Rob Enderle for Techspective 

There has been a joke going around my community that goes something like this: “OMG, AI is taking our jobs. All users will need to be able to do is describe what they want an app to do, and AIs will do the work without us!” The response is, “No worries. When has a user ever been able to describe what they want?”

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The Next Thing to Look For in AI Vendors: Interoperation

By Rob Enderle for TDWI

 AI vendors that interoperate and partner well should significantly outperform their competitors.

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Weaponized Quantum Computing & AI: Threats Posed by Tech Centralization

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

Tiffany Meijer, NTD News, interviews Rex M. Lee, Security Advisor, My Smart Privacy, regarding threats posed by Quantum Computing and AI.

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IBM vs. Microsoft vs. NVIDIA and AI

By Rob Enderle for Techspective 

Twenty years ago, NVIDIA and Microsoft were nowhere with AI, while IBM’s Watson was winning Jeopardy! and later taking on professional debaters. Conventional knowledge was that IBM was going to own AI, but no one seemed to care since projections at the time indicated that AI wouldn’t take off until sometime around 2040 when general-purpose AI was expected to become viable.

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AI Hallucinations, Bias and Lies: Why We Need to Stop Ascribing Human Behavior and Attributes to AI

By: Daniel W. Rasmus for Serious Insights

The new era of AI has made a mistake. Makers, users, marketers, critics, and academics have ascribed human attributes to AI, overloading understood terms. When we overload terms, we lose the ability to differentiate without context.

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U.S. Government Enables Foreign Companies, with Chinese Investors, to Mine for Rare Earth Minerals/Elements within The U.S.

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

I attended a CERAWeek S&P Press Conference in Houston, TX, on 03.18.2024 and was honored to be able to ask an important question regarding the Thacker Pass, NV, lithium mining initiative associated with the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) green energy investment fund paid for by U.S. taxpayers.

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SXSW Sessions- AI Colonialism and Privacy Legislation- Have We All Become Cyber-Slaves to The Silicon Valley Matrix?

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

One of the key issues that were discussed by several panels at SXSW was centered on consumer exploitation regarding predatory surveillance and data mining business practices employed by tech giants who monopolize the development of leaky operating systems, intrusive apps/social media platforms, and centralized generative AI (ChatGPT & BARD).

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