Smart machines still need intelligent use and guidance

Self-driving car By 2020, smart machines — technologies that learn on their own, adapt their behavior based on experience, and are able to come up with unanticipated results — will be a top five investment priority for more than 30 percent of CIOs, according to new findings from research firm Gartner. special feature AI, Automation, and Tech Jobs There are some things that machines are simply better at doing than humans, but humans still have plenty going for them. Here’s a look at how the two are going to work in concert to deliver a more powerful future for IT, and the human race. With these machines moving toward fully autonomous operation for the first time, balancing the need to exercise control over the systems versus the drive to realize…

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