'There needs to be a feedback loop to ensure customers are enjoying the experience as much as you're enjoying creating the experience.'
Both citizen and professional developers will have a wealth of low-code and no-code solutions available to them.
There is a lot that analytics and AI-based applications can do to clear up supply chains, which have been rocked by pandemics and after-effects, never mind run-of-the-mill shipping challenges.
As the world goes digital, CTOs are gaining greater visibility in enterprises, a study by the IBM Institute for Business Value finds. 'The strategic nature of their job has placed them in a position of heightened interaction with senior leadership'
'Bias in AI is not solely a technical problem; it is interweaved across departments.'
When businesses appreciate the power of IT, their revenue grows.
Today's tech leaders need to help build the relationship between people and technology.
The low-code and no-code movement is part of an increasing democratization of programming -- borne of extreme necessity.
A call for more awareness and training behind AI deployments. Not just for developers and data scientists, bur also product managers, executives, marketing managers, and merchandisers.
IT managers and teams carried their businesses through the past two years. Time for a stronger partnership?
A growing number of IT leaders are now seen as business partners, and trusted advisors, survey confirms.
The challenge is putting people first in any and all AI projects. AI practitioners provide recommendations for building a people-centric, yet AI-driven culture
Forecasting data center capacity remains a dark art, and a continuing challenge for companies. AI to the rescue? Hold that thought.
'Machine learning projects are much more complicated and bigger than machine learning model algorithms.'
The jury is still out on whether low and no code platforms can blaze a path to high-end application development -- at least not yet.