Category Archives: Trends

When Algorithms Go Awry

When Algorithms Go Awry

When Algorithms Go Awry Personalization is a very effective marketing tool–the most successful entrepreneurs use their data to great effect to segment their marketing efforts, with the best going as far as to segment down to the very individual (think Amazon suggestions). Where it’s used just for the thrill of it, personalization provides awesome experiences,…

Digital Meets Analog: Problems With Digitizing The Physical World

Digital Meets Analog: Problems With Digitizing The Physical World

Digital Meets Analog Although the world has in some ways become what Sci-Fi authors thought it would, some ideas, like self-driving cars, are rather far from becoming a reality. The problem? The earth is just too much, and too diverse information. To investigate this, we should look at the on-going attempts to map the physical…

Keeping A Lid On Your Data

Keeping A Lid On Your Data

Data Discretion As discussed on CloudTweaks not too long ago, invisibility is the one thing that’s very important when bringing the Internet of Things to the kitchen. That is, the process of working a home appliance has to be convenient to the point of invisibility, just like it’s with tap water–it’s simply there when we need…

Cloud computing – The 2014 CIO review

Cloud computing – The 2014 CIO review

“There is no magic trick to deploying SaaS solutions, but you need to choose a company with the right objectives, a willingness to share information, work with an open book and have an agreed set of behaviours. “This allows us to really collaborate and work … Read the source article at CIO.co.uk

FaceFirst – Facial Recognition Technology

FaceFirst – Facial Recognition Technology

Enhanced shopping by Face or by Mook As retailers struggle against the growing influence of online ecommerce, they continue to seek new and innovative ways to gain a customer’s trust, loyalty and shopping dollar. Two techniques that are making waves are facial recognition systems and Mook status. Companies such as NEC and FaceFirst provide facial…

Five Signs The Internet of Things Is About To Explode

Five Signs The Internet of Things Is About To Explode

The Internet of Things Is About To Explode By 2020, Gartner estimates that the Internet of Things (IoT) will generate incremental revenue exceeding $300 billion worldwide. It’s an astoundingly large figure given that the sector barely existed three years ago. We are now rapidly evolving toward a world in which just about everything will become…

The Internet of Things, 2015 and Beyond

The Internet of Things, 2015 and Beyond

Internet of Things 2015 According to IDC, the upcoming year is going to be a busy one for the Internet of Things, in many cases filling and stretching the systems that have just started delivering its varied services to industry and consumers alike. Presenting at their recent IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Internet of Things 2015 Predictions…

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