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Just Buzz, where is AI?

Speaking to Recode’s Kara Swisher and MSNBC’s Ari Melber, Pichai said AI is “one of the most important things that humanity is working on. It’s more profound than, I don’t know, electricity or fire,” adding that people learned to harness fire for the benefits of humanity, but also needed to overcome its downsides, too. Pichai also said that AI could be used to help solve climate change issues, or to cure cancer.

We are seeing some exciting things in the industry, Samsung’s massive 8K TVs apparently use AI to upscale lower resolution images for the big screen. Sony has created a new version of the Aibo robot dog, which this time promises more artificial intelligence. Travelmate’s robot suitcase will use AI to drive around and follow its owner wherever they go.  Kohler has invented Numi, a toilet that has Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant built in etc.,

But despite all this, it does leave me wondering: is artificial intelligence really what we should be calling this revolution? Because, …
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AI gets smarter and more practical

We all know AI is coming to the forefront of technology in the form of machine learning (ML) and deep neural networks, where AI can understand the surroundings and apply that information to the current context, whether it is about data pattern analysis or driving a vehicle. Coupled with increasing capabilities of AI hardware, in 2018 we can expect:
AI research will reach new heights in the fields of neural networks and generative adversarial networks.Cooperative learning among networks will lead to hybrid intelligence.Continuous evolution of AI will empower enterprise-scale business processes with intelligence and agility.AI will redefine the IT landscape with smart machines and borg systems.Read the complete article on DXC technology trends for 2018

AI - Intelligence is getting Hybrid

Cooperative learning among networks will lead to hybrid intelligence Neural networks will evolve from monolithic to distributed co-operative/competitive models. Coupled with evolving neural-fuzzy and generic fuzzy algorithms — reinforced learning models that are more adaptive to the environment and context (i.e., too noisy and time-varying systems) — these neural networks will evolve into hybrid intelligent systems that integrate different learning and adaptation techniques to overcome individual limitations

Congrats! CSC Distinguished Engineers & Architects 2017

Yesterday CSC announced Distinguished Engineers & Architects, Batch 2017
Congrats to all the distinguished folks. Welcome on board...
Distinguished Architects  Randy Arthur (Americas) serves as product owner for CSC’s IaaS offerings and as a lead solutions architect for complex integration projects involving cloud computing technologies. During his 16-year career with CSC, Randy  has worked successfully in various roles including midrange service delivery, pre-sales solution development and product management. He was the first CTO of CSC’s Cloud  technology “incubator.” Bio on | LinkedIn| Twitter
Graham Chastney(UKI&N) is a global domain architect experienced in workplace technologies,  solution strategy and solution governance. He is a global collaborator who is relied upon to provide thought leadership to solution teams and to build and development teams. Graham is the founder  and lead author of the Technology Perspectives blog, which he regards as part of a broader ambition to …

Infra store – the next IT marketplace

We are all familiar with the Apple App Store or Google Play Store we visit every day to download apps, games and necessary updates for our phones and tablets. The app store model revolutionized the marketplace idea, making it easy for both software vendors and consumers to publish and install software without the hassles of software building, distribution and deployment.

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Feasting your programming appetite with microservices

I have been coding for more than 25 years and have used more than 18 different programming languages (and their associated frameworks), spanning every programming style from simple scripting, to procedural, to objected-oriented, to dynamic and functional — which is more attractive to the software engineering community these days.
Let me confess, every time I switch to a new language or style I always think, “Oh, hope I can also do that.” Trust me, no language is complete; no style is perfect. So, the only way to feast your programming appetite is to try something different which gives more flexibility. I honestly think the microservices style of application is the one that best delivers that needed flexibility…and the fun that most of us are seeking.
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