Diversifying Data With Artificial Intelligence And Blockchain Technology

An impressive feature of Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) is the technology’s ability to provide computational power to create cognition in machines. Yet A.I. critics today have become concerned that many artificial intelligence projects are centrally controlled and therefore producing “Narrow A.I.”

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Pure Storage Stakes A Leadership Position In Hybrid Cloud Storage With AWS

Cloud computing, public and private, is now a critical part of the infrastructure of nearly every IT architecture, no matter the size. There has been an explosion of innovation focused on providing IT the tools required to seamless migrate and manage workloads across on-premise and cloud boundaries.

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Gartner’s 10 Technology Trends for 2019: The Good, The Obvious and The Missing

“Augmented analytics” is a true emerging trend: we’re on our way, but the number of applications is still thin. I’m not too sure about Gartner’s “citizen data scientist” concept, but if it helps us understand and define the interrelationships among data preparation, the automated and quasi-automated generation of insights, and “human assistance” in areas like natural language processing (NLP) and auto-generated visualization, then I guess “citizens” are better than traitors.

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MIT Knows That AI Is The Future

Seeing the growing use of AI and machine learning solely in terms of substituting humans is self-defeating and dangerous. Why would anybody prefer to have their X-Ray diagnosed by a doctor instead of a much more accurate algorithm? Why not let algorithms drive our cars more safely than we can ever hope to do? It’s time to understand that preserving jobs at the expense of doing things better is a losing game.

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Digital Transformation Reveals Limitations of Software Packages and SaaS

Traditional wisdom for companies was “don’t build – buy.” Then, again, as companies undertook digital transformation journeys, the prevailing belief was that the best way to do digital transformation is to get there as fast as possible by buying (not building) many components, using third-party software and SaaS products.

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