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Microsoft Project Cortex: Optimizing the Enterprise ?
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Microsoft Project Cortex: Optimizing the Enterprise ?

Was reminded of this, announced generally last year.    It actually has similarities to some things we discussed with Linkedin a number of years ago: To use a company's...

Towards very Powerful Exoskeletons
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Towards very Powerful Exoskeletons

Been talked for some time, now finally here?  Ways to really extend/improve the capability of the individual human.  Will this be the interim move towards robots...

Winning with AI
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Winning with AI

Reviewing this study for an upcoming analysis of proposed work:Winning With AIPioneers Combine Strategy, OrganizationalBehavior, and TechnologyOCTOBER 2019 RESEARCH...

Combatting Technology Hype
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Combatting Technology Hype

Back to  measures and risks,  often economical.    And then their reasonable forward prediction.Issues in Science and TechnologyCombatting Tech HypeVOL. XXXVI,By...

Operationalizing Analytics
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Operationalizing Analytics

Ultimately its always about how analytics will be used (implemented and operationalized)  Have seen many cases where the results have been lost in implementingOperationalizing...

Carmakers Move From Cars to Building Cities at CES
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Carmakers Move From Cars to Building Cities at CES

Hardly a complete move, but handling transportation efficiently will be a major part of any smart city.Carmakers Move From Cars to Building Cities at CESFinancial...

AR Continues Struggle in Retail
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AR Continues Struggle in Retail

An area we spent lots of early time in.  Good overview article of current work.Despite advancements, AR struggles to take off in retail   By Anna Hensel in Modern...

Rapid Expansion of Amazon Pharmacy
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Rapid Expansion of Amazon Pharmacy

What seems a rapid expansion of the Amazon Pharma delivery to multiple countries.From Engadget by Mariella MoonAmazon may be expanding its prescription drug delivery...

RFID Powering of Smart Balls and Tags
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RFID Powering of Smart Balls and Tags

An approach utilizing BLE power transmission that we examined and I still follow.RFID Powers Smart Balls, Luggage Tags  in RFIDJournalKookaburra's Smart Balls with...

IBM Builds Policy Lab for Regulation
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IBM Builds Policy Lab for Regulation

Will read with interest what the meaning of 'precision' is here.    And transcripts available of the discussion.IBM unveils Policy Lab, advocates ‘precision regulation...

Irving Wladawsky-Berger: Why Some AI Efforts Fail
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Irving Wladawsky-Berger: Why Some AI Efforts Fail

From a former IBMer what we worked with on enterprise AI the first time around.   Also insightful for many kinds of emerging tech.  I have now followed up on this...

Wll Augmented Reality Change Everything we See?
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Wll Augmented Reality Change Everything we See?

From the Penn Alumni Mag, a broad, descriptive and mostly academic oriented view of the world of augmented reality.  Below the intro and at the link more...Augmenting...

Blogging with Jupyter
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Blogging with Jupyter

Nicely, simply and well put, technical details at the link:Blogging with Jupyter Notebooks by Jeremy Howard in Fast.aiJupyter Notebooks is a great environment for...

Google Urges Proportionate AI Regulation
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Google Urges Proportionate AI Regulation

 Google has the most to lose with very stringent regulation of AI methods.   We recall this being brought up in the last AI surge, but the methods never evolved...

Intel AI Chips Announced
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Intel AI Chips Announced

More hardware announcements at recent start of year conferences.  Starting too see more work on hardware implementing faster solutions.Intel Corp. made a splash...

Are Your Students Bored?  Do They Understand?
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Are Your Students Bored? Do They Understand?

Once you have information about emotion based engagement, this naturally follows.  Could further be used to rate the quality of the instruction.    Where does this...

Wal-Mart Takes Food to Car
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Wal-Mart Takes Food to Car

Another look by Wal-Mart at Robo Tech and attracting consumers.  We had looked at attempts at completely automated grocery warehouse drive-throughs, but they had...

Enterprise Value from Digital Factories
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Enterprise Value from Digital Factories

Via McKinsey,  innovation studies inmanufacturing.Industry’s fast-mover advantage: Enterprise value from digital factoriesManufacturing’s leaders in applying Fourth...

Retail Technology at NRF
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Retail Technology at NRF

A look of how retailers are using new technology from  the recent NRF conference.  Human labor and its management still a very important topic.NRF 2020 Review:by...

Quantum Machines Joins IBM Q Network
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Quantum Machines Joins IBM Q Network

IBM continues to make alliances in Quantum computing.Quantum Machines Joins the IBM Q NetworkTEL AVIV, Israel, Jan. 16, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Quantum Machines (QM)...
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