Bias in AI systems can result in significant losses to companies, according to a new survey by an enterprise AI company. Thirty-six percent of companies revealed they had suffered losses due to AI bias in one or several algorithms, noted a DataRobot survey of over 350 U.S. and U.K. technologists.

It is safe to say that all e-commerce platforms should feature trendy product offerings, crawlable and mobile-friendly site architecture, and ensuring 24/7 customer service. But above all else, having a strong on-site search could be one of the biggest factors in retaining customers and boosting rev...

Although Apple is expected to launch a mixed reality product sometime this year, don't expect it to lead its users into the metaverse, according to a prominent watcher of the company. Mark Gurman, who writes the Power On newsletter for Bloomberg, wrote in the latest edition of the publication that t...

It was an amazing CES this year. Although it was unsafe for me to travel to the show, much of the event is streamed and I saw a number of sensational products. Let's cover those this week -- and we'll close with my product of the week, which appropriately enough is my favorite product from CES 2022.

CES 2022 officially runs Jan. 5 to 7, though numerous big press events took place on Monday, one day earlier than originally planned. TechNewsWorld attended many of the press conferences and presentations virtually. We assembled a roundup of some of the major announcements and innovations that will ...

The burst in sales will contribute to what could be a 20 percent increase in revenue for wearables sold by Apple in 2021 over the previous year. "The earware has become popular, iconic, a must have device," said Ramon T. Llamas, a research director at IDC. "For many iPhone owners, there is really on...

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CES 2022 Predictions

CES is the biggest consumer electronics show in the U.S., and it has historically been a wonderful place to see what is coming up for the new year. So, let's talk about what I expect to appear at CES. Then we'll close with my first product of the week for 2022: Dell's Concept Luna, the first truly s...

CES 2022 will not be canceled despite a surge of new Covid-19 infections. Though last-minute plans have made it a hybrid event with a physical show in Las Vegas and a digital component for those unable or unwilling to attend in person. In the weeks leading up to the event, numerous companies reconsi...

TechNewsWorld discussed the implications of remote workers' tech support needs with Stefan Engel, Lenovo’s VP and GM of Visuals Business. Engel sits in the catbird’s seat in seeing how employers are responding to the ongoing challenges of outfitting their remote workforce with the technical tool...

Cybercriminals in 2022 will move from identity theft to identity fraud, predicted the Identity Theft Resource Center. Bad actors are accumulating personal identifying information, but they're not using it to target consumers as much as they used to do. Rather, they're using it in credential attacks ...

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When the Metaverse Comes to Life

The Metaverse and tools like Nvidia's Omniverse will not only have a massive impact on lower-cost and far better movie graphics, but also our ability to translate what is in our imaginations to real-world events and lay a stronger foundation for everything; from more-realistic games to digital immor...

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The Tech Industry 2021 Product of the Year

Typically, at the end of the year, I try to pick a product that impressed me the most or one I found that I could not live without. This year, however, I am going to pick the product that either most mitigated the problems we have or the one that entered the market and drove a technology wave. Let's...

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Tesla Smartphone Could Be a Game Changer

One recent rumor that Elon Musk has been emphasizing is the creation of a Tesla phone with a unique feature set. This makes a lot of sense given where Tesla is going, particularly as a hedge against Apple's rumored electric car. Let's explore the potential for a Tesla phone this week. Then we'll clo...

OK, don't get excited, the death of PCs and smartphones won't happen tomorrow. Nor did Qualcomm overtly declare their demise at the company's annual Snapdragon Tech Summit last week. However, it did announce a level of performance that will eventually make current smartphone and PC designs obsolete.

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