Agile Management How to lead agile teams ? In a nutshell, Agile Management or Management 3.0 empowers teams. Specifically, it refers to what is perhaps the best way, at least at present, for getting the most out of agile teams. The premise behind Management 3.0 is to redefine leadership to where management becomes a group responsibility,... Continue Reading →
Microservices Architecture - Microservices : what are they, what can they do for you and what do you need to be aware of? In software engineering, microservices – or micro-services – may simply be a term for something already being used, but by giving something a name and defining it, we sometimes give ourselves the... Continue Reading →
APIs as Products in and of themselves has begun to cross the mind of more than one savvy business person. But how do you market something that isn’t… well… anything? Let’s back up a bit and first define the meaning of API. What IS an API? API means Application Programming Interface used in software development. It is... Continue Reading →
By the mid-2020s, PwC expects blockchain-based systems will be leveraged by leading enterprises with the aim of reducing or eliminating categories of validations and verification friction to streamline all kinds of transactions. https://thefinancialbrand.com/65247/blockchain-bitcoin-banking-trends/?utm_content=buffera7ef4&utm_medium=social&utm_source=linkedin.com&utm_campaign=buffer
Artificial Intelligence and Music Will AI produce really good music or even music that is merely a commercial success in the moment? Can computer brains put composers and musicians out of business? Is the day of amazing guitarists like Jimi Hendrix gone, replaced by computer generated perfection guaranteed to gain the widest possible audience? What affect... Continue Reading →
Blockchain - what is it? For those familiar with it, it might surprise you to realize how few people have even heard of it. Blockchain is an extremely promising technology in our endless search for ways to increase computing power, speed and security. By eliminating the "middle man," both security and speed are automatically increased, which by itself could be considered an incredible increase in computing power. Many startups are going this way. Banks, insurance companies, video games and more are either seriously considering it, or already using it.
Robotics and Artificial Intelligence – will the scientists of tomorrow still be human? Robotics and artificial intelligence are my passions. In fact, I am so passionate about this advancing and expanding field that I decided in the 1990s to get my doctorate in robotics and artificial intelligence. But did you know that until a man... Continue Reading →
ChatBots, once the product of inventive sci-fi writers (such as Arthur C. Clarke's HAL, the “sentient” computer), may be one of the most useful customer service inventions for business of modern times. While computers, software and the myriad of apps that have been produced (is there an app for that?) have greatly improved many areas... Continue Reading →
Think about the hottest, most competitive sectors that the big tech companies are all chasing in some fashion: Home automation. Autonomous driving. Augmented reality. The thread that runs through each of these business opportunities? https://www.fastcompany.com/40474585/how-apple-facebook-amazon-and-google-use-ai-to-best-each-other
The rapid innovation of technology is disrupting all industries, which drives company leaders to take action in terms of Digital Transformation. This adoption of digital technology in the industrial world is changing how businesses are run, right down to their core. Digital brings with it new levels of innovation and productivity that deliver real, tangible... Continue Reading →
Artificial Intelligence and Human Resources are as opposite as the north pole is from the south pole, as different as matter is to antimatter, right? Artificial Intelligence (AI) is all about impersonal, robotic, computerized number crunching and is, quite frankly... not human. Human Resources (HR) on the other hand... is. So, how can the two be used in one sentence?
A series of articles from MIT Technology Review showcasing progress in artificial-intelligence driven medicine. http://mailchi.mp/technologyreview/weekend-reads-ai-in-medicine
IoT or the Internet of Things is a massive field that connects literally everybody, everywhere. Well... almost. If you're living deep in the Amazon rainforest, beneath the canopy that literally blocks out the sun from ever hitting the forest floor, wear almost nothing and carry nothing that hasn't been made on site, you're probably part of the IoT. Indeed, just by reading this article on this screen makes you part of it.
Sophia's lifelike skin is made from patented silicon and she can emulate more than 62 facial expressions. Cameras inside her "eyes," combined with computer algorithms, enable her to "see," follow faces and appear to make eye contact and recognize individuals. A combination of Alphabet's Google Chrome voice recognition technology and other tools enable Sophia to process... Continue Reading →
From bots and AI to counterfeit reality and fake news, these predictions require IT leaders to pace their adoption. Here are this year's predictions: 1. By 2021, early adopter brands that redesign their websites to support visual and voice search will increase digital commerce revenue by 30 percent. 2. By 2020, 5 of... Continue Reading →
Boston Dynamics' Atlas robot is now capable of performing gymnastics. After unveiling a teaser of its SpotMini robot just a few days ago, the company is now back with a new video of Atlas just casually performing gymnastics moves like it’s Tokyo 2020. Most of the video highlights the Atlas’ ability to hop up straight and... Continue Reading →