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Artificial Intelligence is the discipline of thinking machines
|The field has had its ups and downs over the years, we have seen many "AI Winters" come and go. But things are different now. The use of AI is growing dramatically with the proliferation of high powered computers into homes and businesses and especially with the growing power of smartphones and other mobile devices.|
|AI is now a big part of every IT service and device delivered to consumers. And in the enterprise, AI enabled software is assisting people in most every discipline. The many functions of AI are considered by some to be threatening many human jobs across multiple industries, however, our view at CTOvision is the contributions of AI will be far more positive to humanity overall.|
|There could certainly be some disruption to many fields, and it may be painful to some people in many sectors of the economy. We would recommend building economic safety nets for those in need rather than slowing down innovation. We also recommend continued reading! Some posts to start your reading include:|
|When it it time to research the great providers of Artificial Intelligence capabilities, kick off your search in our Disruptive Technology Finder. Ask about Crucial Point's corporate CTO services including Technology Due Diligence|
In doing some background research for a book review I wanted to dig up an article I remember from years ago. Not remembering exactly where I found it I turned to Google, the research assistant all of humanity turns to in times like this. I entered the search terms: Google Making Us Stupid and in a nano second got the answer I was looking for, the 2008 Atlantic article by … [Read more...] about I’m afraid, Dave. Dave, my mind is going. I can feel it. I can feel it. My mind is going. There is no question about it. I can feel it.
In March I opined on the remarkable engineering in AWS Snowball and AWS Snowball Edge. There are many trends in tech now and some of them, like the specific capabilities in this cloud computing domain, can seem like they are slow to develop till they are right on you. This is one of those times when I felt surprised. I've been tracking cloud computing, big data and even AWS for … [Read more...] about Assessments on AWS Snowball and AWS Snowball Edge Post Confirmed By User Feedback
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is an area that’s getting a lot of attention lately. Many companies are thinking about how they can incorporate AI products and services into their company, and how AI can help enhance their workforce. There is a lot of hype right now, but is this technology around to stay or is it just another short-lived season of adoption? In order to answer this … [Read more...] about Will There Be Another AI Winter?
Thursday 12 April 2018, Jacques Bughin, author of the MIT Sloan Management Review article "Five Management Strategies for Getting the Most From AI" will discuss this article and the supporting work of he McKinsey Global Institute around this question of capitalizing on AI. Using industry examples and findings from the Institute’s research, he’ll offer strategies for how to get … [Read more...] about Five Strategies for Getting the Most From AI: An MIT Sloan Management Review Webinar
The Congressional Artificial Intelligence Caucus was launched in May 2017 by Congressman John Delaney of Maryland. It is co-chaired by Congressman Pete Olson of Texas. The goal of the caucus is to inform policymakers of the technological, economic and social impacts of advances in AI and to ensure that rapid innovation in AI and related fields benefits Americans as fully as … [Read more...] about Congressional Artificial Intelligence Caucus: Helping inform policymakers on impact of AI
I have not been following the “smart cities” movement with any regularity. When I first heard the term a couple of years ago I was somewhat skeptical given what appeared to me to be over-hyping by self-interested technology vendors. Also, looking at the trend in Google searches for “smart cities” over the past three years suggests a rather level -- not increasing -- worldwide … [Read more...] about Getting Real About Smart Cities and Open Data