Here are the Buffalo, NY Top IT News Stories of the Week (Feb. 16th) as based on the story’s likes, shares, and interactions from our social media sites. The content provided is mainly for Buffalo-Based IT Professionals to help keep them informed as they continue to impact and grow Buffalo’s tech reputation. We provide IT Recruiting and IT Staffing for businesses in the Buffalo area.
Good hiring practices are vital to the success of any business. If you’re recycling job descriptions, especially ones that may be out of date,you run the risk of attracting the wrong talent for your business needs. Here, strong collaboration between hiring managers, recruiters, HR reps and department heads is essential. “If the HR team understands what the team is trying to accomplish in filling the role, and the hiring manager can clearly articulate the business strategy, both teams can work together toward the goal. Ideally, HR partners are meeting…Read More
A few U.S. universities are introducing new courses that will explore the ethical ramifications of technology. The goal is to bring “a more medicine-like morality to computer science,” according to The New York Times. Schools spinning up the coursework include MIT, Harvard and Stanford. One course offered jointly by MIT and Harvard, “The Ethics and Governance of Artificial Intelligence,” will focus on the potential ramifications of artificial intelligence (A.I.) and machine learning. While autonomous platforms such as self-driving…Read More
In 2018, disruptive technologies like artificial intelligence, natural language processing, and computer vision are maturing, going from game-changing ideas to foundational tools for business. This year, we’ll see these and other technologies drive how business gets done and what new products will launch in the near future. To get a sense of what’s ahead for this year, we looked at the technologies experts say are most likely to affect a wide variety of organizations as they undergo digital transformations. Pros in these fields gave us their top picks…Read More
Is your workforce ready to compete in a data-driven, cloud-enabled, digitally transformed environment? That was the question that AT&T asked itself a few years ago when internal research found that 100,000 of the company’s 240,000 workers were in roles that the company probably wouldn’t need in a decade. Instead the company needed workers who were trained and ready for the technologies that would drive tomorrow’s business — artificial intelligence, machine learning, data science, and more. It was a math problem, according…Read More
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