Tuesday’s business headlines

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Here’s a look at Tuesday’s business headlines.

More jobs than workers

More than 80,000 jobs are unfilled in Indiana, mainly because there are more jobs than qualified workers.

Governor Eric Holcomb says Indiana is well-prepared for jobs in the kinds of companies that are locating in the state.

Recent data show the wages in the state are rising at the fastest pace in a decade.

New AI tool

Google release a free artificial intelligence tool to help companies and organizations identify images of child abuse on teh internet.

Google’s content safety API is a developers’ toolkit that uses deep neural networks to process images in such a wat that fewer people need to be exposed to them.

Google says the technique can help reviewers identify 700 percent more child abuse content.


Samsung is packing more technology into its mid-priced smartphones to appeal to Millennials.

CNBC talked to the company’s head of mobile devices, who says instead of the cutting edge technology going to the expensive new phones, it will go into cheaper models first.

The first devices with the tech will come out later in 2018.

Apple hardware problems

Apple is warning of a hardware defect in some iPhone 8’s.

Faulty logic boards ae causing a “very small percentage” of iPhones 8s to unexpectedly restart, screen freezes or not turn on at all, the company said. Apple says it will repair the logic boards for free.