Embrace the shift to everything-as-a-service with these 5 steps to XaaS business success - advice from Stephan Sieber, CEO of early adopter Unit4
It's time to hand out some awards of dubious quality. This time, the winners are the AI hypoholics, who gleefully blast us with hyperbole, unaware that their moment of reckoning has arrived.
AI and machine learning are, at their hearts, modeling tools for experimentation but there’s nothing like a physical test environment. That’s what makes Amazon’s acquisition of Whole Foods so interesting.
If an AI can teach itself soccer, we should use unsupervised machine learning to get a leg up in business applications too, writes Infor's Duncan Angove
New Relic unveils new AI powered capabilities at FutureStack New York to help locate needle-like issues in DevOps haystacks
Apple just amp'd the AI hype with incremental improvements that might accelerate the run towards a consumer AI winter. Thank goodness.
This week: are conversational apps are more disruptive than we think? And can design thinking robot-proof our careers? Whiffs include cheap shots at Microsoft - and overpriced juicers.
Oracle is deepening the AI and ML content of its IoT solutions in a quest to help enterprises get business results from their Internet of Things initiatives
This week: debating contingent work, job displacement, and robots in the warehouse. Plus: email, the killer enterprise app that will not die. Your whiffs include my attempt to rename Facebook's enterprise product.
Workato brings enterprise app integration to business users through intelligent workflow automation and links to conversational platforms Slack and Teams
Amazon Macie, a DLP service that uses machine learning and NLP along with Google Cloud DLP API lead the charge in the automatic identification of sensitive information. Others will follow.
People say the robots will take our jobs, then kill us. But AI is just another tool for good or evil and we have to take responsibility for its impact
Thousands of volunteers are pitching in to support Bolshoi Theatre's digital archive project in Moscow. They're aided by document capture specialist ABBYY, and its machine learning and analytics tools.