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    AI use could lead to a busy work boom, Slack finds

    Without the right guidance, employees will spend time gained with AI on more performative tasks, Slack SVP of Research and Analytics Christina Janzer said.

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    Security chiefs under pressure from boards to downplay cyber risk: study

    Research from Trend Micro shows tension between CISOs and senior enterprise leadership. Many security leaders say they're perceived as nags.

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    UK regulators sound the alarm on cloud vendor lock-in

    Egress fees, licensing practices and discount policies keep enterprises from switching providers and hinder multicloud adoption, the Competition and Markets Authority found.

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    Salesforce hits software sales slump, bets on AI adoption to boost business

    The top CRM provider saw “elongated deal cycles, deal compression and high levels of budget scrutiny,” COO Brian Millham said Wednesday.

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    Why is the gender pay gap widening in STEM?

    STEM is among the worst fields grappling with a stubborn problems, according to a a study conducted by Adzuna.

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    Workplace generative AI use soars, but risks linger

    “If the benefits of generative AI are becoming more visible, so are the risks,” consulting firm Altman Solon said in the report.

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    PwC plans ChatGPT Enterprise rollout to 100K employees

    The consulting firm is the first reseller of OpenAI’s business-focused tool and will offer customers the option to purchase access as part of the expanded partnership.

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    Enterprises will go all-in on AI PCs by 2026, Gartner predicts

    AI chip revenue is already on the rise ahead of the computing shift and will grow 33% year over year in 2024, according to the firm.

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    OpenAI forms safety committee as it pushes next model development

    The AI provider formed a safety and security committee Tuesday to assess safeguards and provide recommendations.

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    Cyberattacks are good for security vendors, and business is booming

    More secure enterprise technology could stem the tide of cyberattacks, but digital threats are ever present.

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    JPMorgan ramps up prompt engineering training, AI projects

    The bank estimates its AI use cases can deliver up to $1.5 billion in value, according to President and COO Daniel Pinto.

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    CIOs tap citizen developers for IT and operational efficiencies

    All employees can be technologists when provided the right set of tools. But companies are gauging how much autonomy to give them.

    Updated May 30, 2024
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    Microsoft president set to testify before Congress on ‘security shortcomings’

    After the tech giant asked for more time, Brad Smith will now testify before the House Committee on Homeland Security on June 13.

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    Snowflake banks on building modestly sized AI models

    “Companies are talking about spending billions of dollars. I don’t think we need to be there,” CEO Sridhar Ramaswamy said during the company’s earnings call Wednesday.

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    AI skills bring higher pay, more interview offers, study says

    Skills gaps continue to drive up competition for AI-related talent, boosting the importance of reskilling and upskilling.

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    Nvidia CEO promises to deliver ‘a mound of chips’ as AI development speeds ahead

    Cloud providers are “consuming every single chip that’s out there,” Jensen Huang said Wednesday. “We’re racing every single day.”

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    Enterprises, pressed for time, accelerate AI spending

    There’s a two-year window closing in on enterprises to adopt generative AI before losing out on competitive advantages, a Genpact and HFS Research report said. 

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    Ballooning AI budgets expected to face ROI pressure

    Corporate AI expenditures will likely come under increased scrutiny in earnings calls, Gartner’s Frances Karamouzis said.

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    IBM beats Meta, OpenAI in Stanford transparency index

    Vendors have improved transparency in the past seven months, but clarity around guardrail effectiveness and downstream impact still lags.

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    Tech chiefs grapple with the latest driver of shadow IT

    Emerging software capabilities like generative AI challenge leaders to weigh the risks of adoption against the needs of the enterprise.

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    16 tech providers agree to nail down AI safety curbs

    The Frontier AI Safety Commitments unveiled Tuesday in Seoul outline a series of voluntary steps to mitigate risk associated with AI systems.

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    Slack tweaks AI policy language after user backlash

    The company is working to clarify the relationship between customer data and generative AI in its collaboration platform following user concern.

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    IBM, Salesforce infuse Einstein with Granite

    The integration brings the watsonx multimodel platform into the CRM’s data cloud ecosphere as IBM pushes its LLM solutions into multiple clouds.

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    AI could perform more than half of HR assistant tasks by 2032, report says

    Companies will overhaul their business and operating models as AI adoption grows over the next three years, according to a Cognizant report.

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    Popular LLMs are insecure, UK AI Safety Institute warns

    AI models released by “major labs” are highly vulnerable to even basic attempts to circumvent safeguards, the researchers found.