Gartner recently published their annual Critical Capabilities for Data Science and Machine Learning Platforms 2018. The Critical Capabilities report is a complement to Gartner’s 2018 “Magic Quadrant for Data Science and Machine Learning Platforms.” The Critical Capabilities report provides prospective buyers with a detailed evaluation of vendors providing data science… Read More →
We’re all well-versed with the narrative that pits the cloud and edge computing against one another as competing entities. Both have jostled for the top status as IT’s core disruptor and been positioned as a stark choice to make, depending on a business’s priorities and capabilities. Yet this ‘either/or’ conundrum… Read More →
For all the hype around recent advancements in artificial intelligence and machine learning, it’s important to remember that, at their core, a majority of these are little more than clever algorithms with a strong feedback loop.
Watch well-respected analyst and Forbes contributor, Janakiram MSV, talk about the biggest three tech movements shaping 2018 in the upcoming webinar “2018 Technology Trends”. Listen as he weaves the technologies of serverless, machine learning, and edge computing together to define the next wave of innovation.
APIs are one of the key foundational technologies that makes digital business possible. APIs enable new ways of interacting with customers and expanding existing sales channels and partnerships for delivery of digital services and innovation. The rapid growth of embeddable developer services such as Google Maps, Twitter, Twillio, credit card… Read More →
Much has been written about the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML). Borrowing from the 2007 John McCarthy paper What is Artificial Intelligence?, AI is defined as: “… the science and engineering of making intelligent machines, especially intelligent computer programs. It is related to the similar task… Read More →
Just a few short years, ago phone booths were scattered around the cities. We were accustomed to keeping spare change simply for the sake of placing a call. Then, suddenly everything changed. The introduction of prepaid phone cards took over and the need for coins slowly diminished but still, the pay… Read More →
A few months ago, the Airports Council International (ACI) released its list of the world’s 20 busiest airport as of 2016. It’s notable that the traffic of these hubs increased by 4.7 percent in 2016, totaling over 1.4 billion passengers, and globally the number of people traveling by air grew… Read More →
At TIBCO NOW last week, I had the pleasure of announcing and demonstrating native machine learning capabilities, directly within Flogo Flows at the edge, directly on device without any networking requirements—all of the inferencing and aggregation is happening on device! What does this mean? Well, in some cases, it can… Read More →
As first appeared on Innovation Enterprise. It’s an interesting paradox, but thanks to the ubiquity of Siri, Alexa, and Cortana, the virtual personal assistant (VPA) remains more synonymous with our homes than the workplace.