Linus Health raises $55M for early screening for Alzheimer’s disease

Linus Health raises $55M for early screening for Alzheimer’s disease

Where does your enterprise stand on the AI adoption curve? Take our AI survey to find out. Linus Health, a digital health company focused on improving brain health, has raised $55 million in funding for screening tools to diagnose dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Morningside Ventures led the round, and existing investors participated. The funds will…

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Microsoft stakes out claim with Windows 11 on future of hybrid work

Microsoft stakes out claim with Windows 11 on future of hybrid work

Where does your enterprise stand on the AI adoption curve? Take our AI survey to find out. Microsoft recently announced Windows 11, its first operating system overhaul in more than six years. The free upgrade, available to users in late 2021, comes on the heels of Microsoft’s 2021 Work Trend Index, which asserts that hybrid…

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The future of deep learning, according to its pioneers

The future of deep learning, according to its pioneers

Where does your enterprise stand on the AI adoption curve? Take our AI survey to find out. Deep neural networks will move past their shortcomings without help from symbolic artificial intelligence, three pioneers of deep learning argue in a paper published in the July issue of the Communications of the ACM journal. In their paper, Yoshua Bengio, Geoffrey…

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The new world of work: You plus AI

The new world of work: You plus AI

Where does your enterprise stand on the AI adoption curve? Take our AI survey to find out. Emerging technologies meet both advocates and resistance as users weigh the potential benefits with the potential risks. To successfully implement new technologies, we must start small, in a few simplified forms, fitting a small number of use cases…

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Microsoft cancels plans to deliver SQL Server on Windows Containers

Microsoft cancels plans to deliver SQL Server on Windows Containers

Microsoft has “suspended” its SQL Server on Windows Containers project, as announced in a short blog post on July 5. Microsoft is advising those interested in running SQL Server in containers to go the Linux route instead. Microsoft officials attributed the decision to suspend the SQL Server on Windows Containers beta program “for the foreseeable…

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Best projector 2021: Portable entertainment

Best projector 2021: Portable entertainment

Throughout the pandemic, families sought out more ways to enjoy at-home entertainment, including by streaming their favorite movies and TV shows with portable projectors. And during the summer months, while people are planning outdoor events and trips, these devices have become even more attractive. Luckily, portable projectors allow you to enjoy quality entertainment both at…

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This could be the dumbest iPhone feature ever

This could be the dumbest iPhone feature ever

The boilers have been stoked on the iPhone 13 rumor machine and barely a day goes by when we don’t get some new rumor or tidbit. Some are interesting, many are not, and some are just plain wild. This one is wild. Must read: Windows 11 chaos, and how copying Apple could have helped Microsoft avoid…

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Best enterprise identity access management software

Best enterprise identity access management software

Show More (5 items) By default, user identities are distributed among cloud applications, virtual environments, networks and web portals. With no central Identity access management (IAM) strategy, businesses of all sizes lose precious security and productivity.IAM software platforms make it faster and easier for employees to securely access the data and applications they require to…

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