Stephanie Overby

Stephanie Overby

Stephanie Overby is an award-winning reporter and editor with more than twenty years of professional journalism experience. For the last decade, her work has focused on the intersection of business and technology. She lives in Boston, Mass.

AI vs. automation: 6 ways to spot fake AI

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Is that really artificial intelligence - or just automation, being described as AI? Let's explore the difference - and...

Big data and AI: 7 common misunderstandings

How big data works with AI
Some false notions have emerged about how AI and big data work together, leading to potential confusion. IT leaders,...

IT careers: 9 networking etiquette do's and dont's

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What are the unspoken rules of personal networking in the IT career arena? Here’s how to stay polite with...

Data science vs. machine learning: What's the difference?

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Machine learning is a branch of artificial intelligence (AI), while data science is the discipline of data cleansing, preparation,...

LinkedIn tips: 10 ways to improve your profile in 2020

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When was the last time you spruced up your LinkedIn profile? Try these expert tips

8 reasons AI projects fail

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Why do artificial intelligence projects fail? Let’s examine some recurring issues – and expert advice on how to avoid...

Artificial intelligence (AI) vs. natural language processing (NLP): What are the differences?

AI vs. NLP
What is natural language processing (NLP)? How does it differ from AI? Let’s discuss this branch of artificial intelligence...

When algorithms rule: 5 priorities for leaders in the AI age

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Harvard Business School professor Marco Iansiti shares five pieces of advice for leaders charged with capitalizing on and managing...

7 time-wasting habits to kick in 2020

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What's your calendar enemy? Try these practical strategies to reclaim more time in your work day and increase productivity...

Soft skills: 7 things leaders should never do in email

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Before you respond to that heated email thread, here’s how to avoid potentially embarrassing or damaging email etiquette blunders

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