Sunday, April 30, 2017

Top 4 Machine Learning Use Cases for Healthcare Providers

As healthcare providers and vendors start to show off more mature big data analytics skills, machine learning and artificial intelligence have quickly rocketed to the top of the industry’s buzzword list. The possibility of using...

deepsense.io helps improve the UK’s satellite defence and security intelligence

The Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl), a UK government agency, recently hosted a competition to identify and categorize objects in satellite imagery. Dstl provided 1 km x 1 km satellite images and the...

Six Tips for Extracting Big Data Insights

By Jessica Hawthorne-Castro, CEO, Hawthorne Direct, ad agency where art meets science Amazon is a market leader at using big data, both in terms of the refined suggestions it offers to consumers, and internally as...

IBM, Galvanize Launch New Cognitive Curriculum for Developers, Data Scientists

IBM and Galvanize today are announcing new cognitive, cloud and data science training initiatives on IBM Cloud, which will aim to increase the talent pool of cognitive developers and data scientists. This partnership will work...

9 startups to watch: Working hard to bring game-changing tech to market

This year is off and running with some extraordinary companies starting to make a name for themselves. I attend countless conferences and meetups. Over the course of my travels I meet with some of the...

Domino’s partners with Nuance for DRU artificial intelligence

Domino's has delivered new additions to its Domino's Robotics Unit (DRU) family, announcing the DRU Platform, an artificial intelligence (AI)-based technology that will allow customers to order a pizza using their voice. As of Monday,...

AWS, Microsoft and Google take different paths to the cloud

A recent outage at Amazon Web Services rekindled the debate about whether it is wise to rely too heavily on one cloud service provider. Such snafus are rare for AWS, so CIOs worry more about...

Rapid Tech Change Challenges IT Leaders

Faster technology innovation and competitive pressures are taking their toll on IT. Gone are the days when IT procured and managed all of an organization's technology. The reason: IT can't deliver fast enough on...

The Trick That Makes Google’s Self-Driving Cars Work

Google's self-driving cars can tour you around the streets of Mountain View, California. I know this. I rode in one this week. I saw the car's human operator take his hands from the wheel and...

What Salesforce Einstein teaches us about enterprise AI

Every business has customers. Every customer needs care. That’s why CRM is so critical to enterprises, but between incomplete data and clunky workflows, sales and marketing operations at most companies are less than optimal. At...

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