Oracle: Expect neuroanalytic, AI-powered diaries to give your work life peak efficiency

Charlee Gothard
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'I'm sorry Dave, you have to be in a meeting now'

We should soon come to expect neuroanalytic, thought-reading AI-powered calendars to help us organise every second of our work life, according to a top Oracle executive. Appearing on Computing's...

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