We track Google (NASDAQ:GOOGL) as a Tech Titan, of course. They have a market cap of over $544B and deserve the honor of being in this category. From an enterprise IT standpoint, their championing of the Android operating system has earned them a place in the mobility domain, and their Google Apps offering helped show many businesses that the cloud can work for office … [Read more...] about Google: Innovating in AI but can they catch up with cloud leaders?
Artificial Intelligence Companies
This section of CTOvision, designed and optimized for CTOvision Pro members, provides a fast overview of Artificial Intelligence companies we believe are poised to cause the most positive disruption in enterprise. Remember CTOvision Pro members can always use our Ask The CTO feature to task us to refine and assess these firms further.
Artificial Intelligence is the discipline of thinking machines. The field 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. Artificial intelligence 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.
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One reason to track IBM (NYSE:IBM) is to watch as they react to the threats from firms like Amazon. What Amazon has done in Cloud Computing is absolutely incredible and it really helped wake up IBM to the need to innovate in this area. But IBM also invests a great deal in their own internal R&D and is creating new capabilities in AI of note. The famous Watson capability … [Read more...] about IBM: Technology for both enterprises and the startup world
Improbable is developing an operating environment that makes building simulated worlds possible. Improbable is developing SpatialOS; a distributed operating system that makes building simulated worlds possible. Simulated worlds provide unique insight to those asking questions of complex systems. As well as enabling completely new experiences in gaming, simulated worlds can … [Read more...] about Improbable: Simulation platform technology
Synaptic intelligence is a branch of artificial intelligence that combines neuroscience and computer science. For more on what that means see the O'Reilly video with Jana Eggers of NaraLogics at this link and embedded below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=14W-M_D3vrQ … [Read more...] about Nara Logics: Synaptic intelligence for better decisions
IPsoft automates IT and business processes for enterprises across a wide range of industries through its portfolio of autonomic and cognitive solutions. The IPsoft view of the future of IT automation and their virtual agent Amelia is presented below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JVZzHtBCvtc For more see: ipsoft.com … [Read more...] about IPSoft: Cognitive agents for service desk and enterprise IT management