Nov. 16, 2023, 3:24 p.m. | Paul Barker

IT World Canada

There is still much that organizations need to figure out when it comes to how best to implement artificial intelligence (AI), a technology that has or will impact them all, whether they like it or not. The advances have been staggering, with ChatGPT and generative AI leading the charge, contends national Canadian law firm Norton

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