Monthly ( Apr 2019) news for: #IoT, #DataSecurity, #Cloud, #SmartCities, #AI,#SmartHome,#DigitalTransformation

Why the Internet of Things needs Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) are terms that project a futuristic and science fiction image; both have been identified as causing disruption in business in 2018. In fact, says Harnil Oza, CEO of Hyperlink InfoSystem, both concepts are more real today than they have been at any time in the past.

However, for companies to be aware of the full potential of the IoT, then IoT has to be merged with Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies that advance rapidly. This allows “intelligent machines” to think for themselves and make decisions with full knowledge of cause, and with minimal or no human intervention.

vía @IoTNow_

Doctors Are Losing Faith in IBM Watson’s AI Doctor

After utterly crushing it on “Jeopardy!” IBM wanted to shift focus with its artificial intelligence division, Watson.

The much-hyped premise was that Watson would revolutionize healthcare, as a computer could feasibly store and access a database of medical knowledge better than a human practitioner. But now, after eight years of waiting with little in the way of results, several doctors told IEEE Spectrum that they’re getting fed up — bad news for IBM, but also a potential inflection point for the AI field.

via futurism.com

How and where to use serverless computing

Is your organization ready to go serverless? The trend toward serverless computing is clearly on the rise, but that doesn’t mean it works ideally for every scenario or organization.

Serverless computing is a software architecture model in which a cloud service provider runs the server for a customer and dynamically manages the allocation of computing resources. The term “serverless” is a misnomer, in the sense that servers are still involved in the process.

vía @networkworld

This Is Your Brain on Data: Marketing in the New Digital Age

Data has never been more relevant for understanding consumer behavior. With data scientists in high demand and earning six figures or more a year, this is undeniable. Technology is changing the way that consumers think and behave.

By creating experiences that align with consumer demands, business leaders can create profits and growth. More importantly, they can create a sustainable business that aligns with constantly changing consumer trends.

Today’s Consumers Want Information Their Way – Now

 

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