AI, Server Sales: Debate & Discuss on InformationWeek Radio

This week, InformationWeek Radio host Curtis Franklin and his guests look at the debate over AI, what new server sales numbers mean for enterprises, and much more.

Dec 4, 2014

NEW YORK, Dec. 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- With the advancement of artificial intelligence, is it time to welcome our new robot overlords? Or does Skynet remain part of science fiction?

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Join InformationWeek Radio host Curtis Franklin and his guests as they discuss a week's worth of technology news during the next segment of "InformationWeek Live." This week's show looks at AI and what it means for the future of humanity.

The show starts at 3:00 p.m. EST (Noon PST) on Friday, December 5. Listeners can register for the show here, and find out more about how to ask questions during a special live chat with the guests following the broadcast.

This week, Franklin talks with Andrew Conry-Murray, the Director of Content and Community for Interop, about AI and what success in this field means for the future of the human race.

In addition, Franklin speaks with InformationWeek Executive Editor Doug Henschen, who will delve into the latest server market share numbers and what they mean for vendors and buyers. Does a resurgent Dell mean that you should take a new look at the options for your next server refresh? And in a world filled with cloud options, do server vendors really matter for enterprise IT? 

Finally, Franklin and Geekend author David Wagner will discuss his latest column for InformationWeek.

Please join Franklin and his guests this Friday at 3:00 p.m. Listen to the show and then add your opinion to the discussion.

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