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Acting human and being intelligent are not the same thing. This week, Geekend author David Wagner offers up options for testing Artificial Intelligence. NEW YORK, Nov.
On "This InformationWeek" host Curtis Franklin and the editors of InformationWeek discuss Mozilla's switch to Yahoo, BitTorrent for business, and the other important technology stories of the week.
Network Computing spotlights 11 different research labs that are major contributors to the fields of technology and science. NEW YORK, Nov.
North America's Flagship IT Show Returns to Las Vegas in 2015; Features Three Events and Impressive Schedule Essential to all Professionals Across the IT Spectrum SAN FRANCISCO, Nov.
It's been a year where hacking of retail stores - from Target, to Home Depot, to Staples - has become commonplace.
This week, Microsoft patches a flaw in Windows that first appeared during the Clinton Administration. Geekend author David Wagner has some thoughts on the 90s. NEW YORK, Nov.
During this week's broadcast of "This InformationWeek," host Curtis Franklin and guests aim for the stars with stories about the Rosetta mission and NASA exploring open data. NEW YORK,
InformationWeek is following-up on its report on the IT hiring process with some messages from readers. NEW YORK, Nov.
What's the solution for people who avoid solutions? In IT and other businesses, it's easy for people to deny there's a problem but harder to find the answer. NEW YORK, Nov.
On this episode of "This InformationWeek," host Curtis Franklin and guests discuss new malware affecting Apple products, improvements to Google's apps, and much more. NEW YORK, Nov.
- The deadly nightshade, Atropa Belladonna, which possesses stupefying or poisonous properties.
- A sleeping-potion; a soporific.
- To mutter deliriously.