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How “MLonCode” Could Disrupt Software Development

How “MLonCode” Could Disrupt Software Development

The recent acquisitions of Tableau by Salesforce for $15.7 billion and Looker by Google for $2.6 billion ...

Accelerating AI: Enterprise Simplification and Deployment on the Horizon

Accelerating AI: Enterprise Simplification and Deployment on the Horizon

Business use of AI grew 270 percent over the past four years, according to Gartner, while Deloitte ...

Is All-Flash Storage Needed for Deep Learning?

Is All-Flash Storage Needed for Deep Learning?

Organizations building deep learning data pipelines may struggle with their accelerated I/O needs, and whenever I/O is ...

AI Strategies: Mitigating Data Gravity with Hybrid Cloud and Object Storage

AI Strategies: Mitigating Data Gravity with Hybrid Cloud and Object Storage

We live in a data-driven world. Successful, leading companies have mastered and operationalized the process of extracting ...

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October 14, 2019
The recent acquisitions of Tableau by Salesforce for $15.7 billion and Looker by Google for $2.6 billion reinforce the notion that data is the new printing press, coal and oil enabling the next wave of data science and AI innovations. Just as businesses audit their financial statements, processes and assembly lines, it is equally critical to do the same ... Full article
September 17, 2019
Organizations building deep learning data pipelines may struggle with their accelerated I/O needs, and whenever I/O is the question, the usual answer is “throw flash/SSD at it.” Certainly expensive all-flash storage arrays are highly beneficial for line-of-business applications (and to storage vendors’ sales). But DL applications and workflows are inherently different from typical file-based workloads, and should not be ... Full article
March 27, 2019
The Iowa Informatics Initiative (UI3) Artificial Intelligence (AI) Symposium was Friday, February 15, 2019 in the University of Iowa (UI) College of Public Health building. UI3 Director Greg Carmichael and UI Associate Dean for Research and Director of the Engineering Initiative for AI Milan Sonka (UI-College of Engineering) welcomed participants. More than 200 informatics professionals from UI and regional ... Full article
March 13, 2019
As container technology moves into the mainstream, users are concerned about the next step: container optimization. Typically, conversations with customers focus on production environments., but recently they’ve become more focused on how to optimize container spending.   Kubernetes – which seems to be the most popular of container services among our customer base – does allow for several ways to optimize for ... Full article
March 8, 2019
Though in its infancy, AI already is powerful – or potentially powerful – enough to have raised not only public awareness but also anxiety, spurring responses from policy makers, politicians and public intellectuals concerned about those who could be hurt or left behind by oncoming AI omnipresence. For AI-related technology companies, the risk in all this is regulatory intervention ... Full article
March 6, 2019
By decoupling storage controller software from hardware, software-defined storage (SDS) has the potential to unleash a number of possibilities, including massive storage scalability to handle massive amounts of data. Companies can also gain greater flexibility as they can upgrade or downgrade storage as necessary--a benefit that can result in significant cost savings especially as storage utilization has been trending ... Full article
February 25, 2019
 Search for “workplace collaboration” and you’ll find self-improvement websites with recommendations covering how to brainstorm as a team, collectively work toward a common goal, manage participation levels from various contributors, and so forth. All good advice, but the impression is that these teamwork skills are nice-to-have personal capabilities. In today’s business world, workplace collaboration is no more an option ... Full article
February 11, 2019
The coming of 5G was one of the main themes at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show. Computerworld went so far as to say CES 2019 was “all about 5G,” reporting that every industry vertical was there to demonstrate how cloud, machine learning and IoT would combine use 5G to revolutionize operations. But because it’s a mobile network technology, 5G ... Full article
January 10, 2019
If 2019 is anything like the previous year, there will be a renewed push for modernization in the data center to alleviate the management complexity, handle the scalability requirements and achieve an improved ROI. We will see storage systems improve to handle the rise in containerized environments, an uptick in software-defined storage solutions and a return to a tried-and-true ... Full article
December 20, 2018
Years ago, the future was much more opaque. Now, it’s tangible, visible, it’s rising up all around us. A favorite quote from 2018: “I don’t predict the future, I observe it” (futurist Gerd Leonhard). That’s the thing: you can see it taking shape, seemingly in real time. The future, of course, is AI in all its aspects. AI is ... Full article
December 18, 2018
Managing the modern customer experience today means most businesses are implementing, or at least investigating, an automated, digital, workforce. Since coming to market almost a decade ago, RPA (robotic process automation) has become more than just the automation of repetitive tasks and legacy applications. An enterprise-level RPA platform supercharges digital transformation by acting as the processing constant between the ... Full article
November 4, 2018
The likelihood of a job being automated can be understood by asking the 4Ds; is the job dull, dangerous, dirty or dear? Not sure about dirty or dangerous but people tell me backup is dull, and it’s often very expensive. Our ability to keep pace is also a problem. Keeping data protected is a growing challenge as the volume ... Full article
November 3, 2018
 “I believe that man will not merely endure: he will prevail. He is immortal, not because he alone among creatures has an inexhaustible voice, but because he has a soul, a spirit capable of compassion and sacrifice and endurance.” - William Faulkner, Nobel Prize acceptance speech, 1949 This time, AI isn’t fooling around. This time, AI is in earnest, ... Full article
October 24, 2018
When future drivers tell their kids to “get in the car” they’ll be instructing them to climb into a mobile computer – that’s consuming very large, and growing, quantities of data. Autonomous vehicles (AV) are essentially rolling computers connected to the environment, infrastructure and the Internet. This computer continuously produces and processes data to keep passengers, pedestrians, and other ... Full article
July 16, 2018
5G has the unique challenge of enabling not only well-known services, such as mobile phone calls and ultra-broadband, but new services with very different characteristics. These services include low latency machine communications, such as autonomous vehicles, and Internet of Things (IoT), which may see as many as a million devices per square kilometer. This will call for significant changes ... Full article

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