An artificial intelligence has beaten world-class poker players at their own game, and well-known companies like TGI Fridays and Capital One are starting to harness AI to better serve customers. But smart CIOs should proceed with caution as they approach artificial intelligence.
Stories by Dan Muse
What are the top priorities for CIOs and other IT leaders for the new year? Thirty weigh in and share their strategic plans.
Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business and CIO.com will again honor 50 organizations that excel at using analytics to solve business challenges. If you have an innovative project, now’s the time to nominate it for an Analytics 50 award.
CIO.com and Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business worked together to make the inaugural year of the Analytics 50 awards program a success.
CIO.com and Drexel University's LeBow College of Business first-ever Analytics 50 awards recognize 50 companies that using data analytics to solve business challenges.
Turning to analytics to improve graduation rates could also help with student debt
Everyone talks about innovation, but quantifying it can be a bit, well, fuzzy. Here three CIOs put innovation into more concrete terms.
The Analytics 50, a collaboration between Drexel University's LeBow College of Business and CIO.com, will recognize 50 of the most innovative analytics executives.
Buzzwords abound in the tech industry, but we were curious to see which ones stand out to CIOs. So we asked three of them. The answers won't surprise you.
We asked eight CIOs what they will remember most about 2015. Some focused on continued transformation, hybrid clouds, ‘shared services’ models, acquisition and IT integration employee retention and even unplugging.
Looking for an affordable gift you can pretty much be certain your friend, loved one, colleague or boss can use? Nothing says, ' I care' more than a mobile phone case. Colors abound, but don't just grab one without thinking of the meaning of the color you choose. Our infographic looks at every angle of picking the right mobile case.
With new technology moving faster than most CIOs can train staff and recruit talent, it's obvious why working with startups is an attractive option. But how can IT leaders tell which rising stars will prosper and which will fall? Four CIOs share insight and advice.
The updated healthcare coding system is hardly something to laugh about. You certainly won't hear ICD-10 codes recited by Stephen Colbert or Jimmy Fallon, but these 10 diagnostics codes might have clinicians in stitches this Thanksgiving.
As students return to campus, college and university CIOs share how they prepared for the new academic year.
Communicating the effectiveness of IT projects and the value of your IT strategy can be a time-consuming and even wordy proposition. That’s why these C-level IT leaders are taking a more eye-catching approach.