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AI-Employee Pairing: A Marriage Made in Workforce Heaven?

January 26th, 2018 Comments Off on AI-Employee Pairing: A Marriage Made in Workforce Heaven?
AI-phobia, particularly the fear that intelligent machines will destroy jobs, is firmly rooted in a portion of the general public. By contrast, most business leaders are eager to embrace AI-related technologies and anticipate multiple positive impacts from them. A ...

‘What If’ Cloud Disaster Scenarios: Risks and Damages

January 23rd, 2018 Comments Off on ‘What If’ Cloud Disaster Scenarios: Risks and Damages
Like over-reliance on a single food source (potatoes, Ireland, 1845) or a single energy source (OPEC oil, United States and other industrialized countries, 1973), the rapidly growing global adoption of public cloud services platforms carries with it risk – ...

Machine Learning Infrastructures Require Scale to Spare

January 22nd, 2018 Comments Off on Machine Learning Infrastructures Require Scale to Spare
Used across a wide range of processes to improve or replace human input, machine learning is attractive because it is able to addresses problems never before tackled due to the prohibitively large volumes of data involved. But when it ...

AI Definitions: Machine Learning vs. Deep Learning vs. Cognitive Computing vs. Robotics vs. Strong AI….

January 19th, 2018 Comments Off on AI Definitions: Machine Learning vs. Deep Learning vs. Cognitive Computing vs. Robotics vs. Strong AI….
AI comes in many forms, each at its own stage of development with its own definition, techniques and capabilities. Some forms – such as Artificial General Intelligence, AI super-intelligence or Strong AI, the kind of AI that might someday ...

Accelerating and Reconfiguring Data Centers with eFPGA

January 18th, 2018 Comments Off on Accelerating and Reconfiguring Data Centers with eFPGA
 Over the last several years, the focus in the data center has been the massive build-out of new infrastructure or upgrading older facilities with newer technologies. While this has driven significant increases in performance and available bandwidth, it’s also ...

The API Economy is Begging for Digital Interoperability: Enter Data-Centric Integration

January 16th, 2018 Comments Off on The API Economy is Begging for Digital Interoperability: Enter Data-Centric Integration
“Transformation” is on everyone’s lips – but what does this really mean? In the past, CIOs were preoccupied with aligning IT with the business, but now there’s a sense of urgency about embedding IT into the business, improving the ...

A Close-Up Look at the World’s Largest HPC System for Commercial Research

January 13th, 2018 Comments Off on A Close-Up Look at the World’s Largest HPC System for Commercial Research
For decades, high performance computing has driven more accurate, detailed and faster seismic exploration. As oil and gas have becomes harder to find, HPC has been essential to keeping energy supplies flowing – to the point where new discovery ...

Taking on the Building Blocks of IoT Sensors: Size, Range, Power Consumption

January 11th, 2018 Comments Off on Taking on the Building Blocks of IoT Sensors: Size, Range, Power Consumption
As IoT implementations explode in scale, decreasing sensors’ size, lowering their power consumption and extending connectivity range become increasingly critical considerations. Semtech, the $600 million mixed-signal semiconductor maker, is taking on these IoT building block issues, announcing new LoRa ...

FLASH: Intel and Micron to Go Their Separate 3D NAND Ways

January 9th, 2018 Comments Off on FLASH: Intel and Micron to Go Their Separate 3D NAND Ways
The announcement today that Intel and Micron have decided to “update” – that is, end – their long-term joint development partnership for 3D NAND technology is nearly as interesting an exercise in public relations semantics as it is a ...

How to Prevent GDPR Mistakes

January 8th, 2018 Comments Off on How to Prevent GDPR Mistakes
Nearly everyone with a credit report is familiar with the recent Equifax data breach. And anyone in the business of moving sensitive data is familiar with how a robust managed file transfer (MFT) solution helps organizational security through enhancing ...
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