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Jonathan Vanian


Oakland, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Jonathan:

Facebook's A.I. Masters the Card Game Hanabi

The company's researchers say the achievement is a big step for A.I. → Read More

Amazon Touts Machine Learning, ‘Local Zones,’ and A.I. Tool as Cloud Competition Heats Up

Amazon Web Services is holding its annual user conference this week in Las Vegas, Nevada. → Read More

Arguing About Artificial Intelligence Killing Jobs

People are divided about artificial intelligence's potential negative impact on jobs. → Read More

HP Inc. Beats Wall Street in Its Fourth Quarter Amid Xerox Takeover Drama

Wall Street was pleased with HP's latest quarterly results, while Xerox continues with its plans to take over the larger company. → Read More

Artificial Intelligence Will Obliterate These Jobs By 2030

Forrester projects that artificial intelligence will severely impact jobs like cubicle workers, location-based workers, and loan processors. → Read More

Salesforce Debuts New ‘Einstein’ A.I. Voice Assistant Features for the Workplace

The company really wants salespeople to interact with their devices using their voices. → Read More

HP Inc. Board of Directors Rejects Xerox’s Takeover Bid

HP Inc. was particularly concerned about Xerox's declining sales. → Read More

Most Executives Fear Their Companies Will Fail If They Don't Adopt A.I.

There's a sense of urgency among business leaders, according to an Accenture survey about A.I. and business. → Read More

HP Inc.’s Printing Woes Were Years in the Making. Then Xerox Swooped In

Xerox's bid for HP Inc. comes amid HP''s shrinking printing business. → Read More

What Companies Can Learn From the U.S. Government's Use of Artificial Intelligence

The federal government, like the private sector, is turning to artificial intelligence to improve operations and reduce busywork plaguing its sometimes overworked staff. → Read More

What NASDAQ's Deep Learning Project Can Teach Companies About A.I.

Companies that are struggling to get their artificial intelligence projects off the ground need to remember that these cutting-edge initiatives require input from many team members. → Read More

A.I. Is Being Trained to Spot Spoofing Stock Fraud by the Wolves of Wall Street

Nasdaq is tapping deep learning to police its marketplace for certain kinds of hard-to-spot fraud. → Read More

Three Takeaways From Microsoft's Latest Earnings

Investors are watching Microsoft's Azure, Surface, and video gaming businesses. → Read More

Basketball's Gender Pay Gap Is the 'Perfect Business Problem,' the WNBA's New Commissioner Says

Former Deloitte CEO Cathy Engelbert is optimistic about the future of the WNBA and women’s sports in general. → Read More

Oracle Faces Serious Challenges Following Death of Co-CEO Mark Hurd

Oracle faces a challenging future after co-CEO Mark Hurd's death on Friday. → Read More

Oracle Co-CEO Mark Hurd Dies at 62

Oracle Co-CEO Mark Hurd, who took on the role after founder Larry Ellison moved to another position, passed away Friday morning. → Read More

Why Most Companies Are Failing at Artificial Intelligence: Eye on A.I.

A survey by MIT Sloan Management Review and Boston Consulting Group found that most companies report little to no impact from their A.I. projects. → Read More

A.I. and Automation's Negative Impact on African-American Workers

McKinsey released a study that showed African Americans could lose thousands of more jobs proportionally than white workers by 2030 due to automation. → Read More

OpenAI Will Need More Capital Than Any Non-Profit Has Ever Raised

OpenAI, an A.I. research group, will need more capital than any non-profit has ever raised, said CEO Sam Altman. → Read More

Leaked Audio of Mark Zuckerberg Details Facebook’s Plan to Use Its TikTok Clone, Lasso, to Upend the Chinese Upstart

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg discussed plans to counter the rise of TikTok, according to a leaked recording. → Read More