Below are books that will be important for IT professionals to read in 2023.
Computing and Technology Ethics Engaging through Science Fiction
Judy Goldsmith, Emanuelle Burton, Nicholas Mattei, Cory Siler, and Sara-Jo Swiatek
This book is intended for IT leaders interested in learning more about the major ethical frameworks and how they relate to many contemporary issues arising in technology ethics, such as privacy, computing, and artificial intelligence. Sections covered include virtue ethics, capability ethics, deontology, communitarianism, and.
Working with AI: Real Stories of Human-Machine Collaboration
Steven M. Miller and Thomas H. Davenport
This is a wise read if you are curious about the effects of using innovative technology on humans. This book outlines concrete examples of how humans may effectively employ AI, such as a digital system for life insurance underwriting that evaluates applications and external data in real time so that human underwriters can concentrate on trickier situations.
Practicing Trustworthy Machine Learning
Matthew Mcateer, Yada Pruksachatkun, and Subho Majumdar
This book explains machine learning’s advantages, particularly in risky industries like medicine. Developing trustworthy machine learning systems is challenging. Beyond hypothetical and theoretical situations, this book serves as a guide.
AI at the Edge
Jenny Plunkett and Daniel Situnayake
A device that offers a gateway into a company’s or service provider’s main networks is an edge device. Examples include routers, routing switches, and multiplexers. Read this book to know which projects edge AI can handle best. This book provides a methodology for applying cutting-edge AI to address real-world issues.
Digitalization of Financial Services in the Age of Cloud
Rafael Marins, Jamil Mina, Russ Miles, and Armin Warda
Cloud leaders looking for real-world examples of cloud service providers will benefit from this book, especially regarding concerns related to financial digitization. The authors guide the reader in choosing the best operational models for different requirements. It teaches how to balance creativity and responsibility while incorporating resilience into an organization’s technology.
I, Human: AI, Automation, and the Quest to Reclaim What Makes Us Unique
I, Human is a perfect read for technology leaders who wish to comprehend how AI development will impact humankind. It helps answer whether modifications improve our species or make us less human and more machine-like regarding interpersonal relationships. This is an excellent book to have under your belt in the future of automation.
Future Ready: The Four Pathways to Capturing Digital Value
Ina M. Sebastian, Stephanie L. Woerner, and Peter Weill
This book is a good choice for CIOs who need a playbook for competitive business transformation. To excel in the digital economy and be prepared for the future means to accept organizational disruptions as a part of every transformation path. This book offers examples, intelligent analysis, benchmark evaluations, and eye-opening graphics.