Ronald van Loon

AI In Telecom: Intelligent Operations is the New Norm

By Ronald van Loon | November 17, 2017

Intelligent Operations The move towards an intelligent world is faster and more rapid than it ever was before. The increase in this transition has been propagated through the role of several high key stakeholders that have redefined the way we

Gear Up for the Smart Video Revolution

By Ronald van Loon | October 25, 2017

Smart Video Revolution The technology revolution promises to deliver a lot of rewards for organizations that take it by the horns and implement it. The spread of the Internet across every facet of society has meant that the traditional approach

The Role of AI in Assisting Customer Experience

By Ronald van Loon | October 18, 2017

Assisting Customer Experience From being the plots of sci-fi thrillers to being seen as threats by the working populace, Artificial Intelligence (AI) has during the last few years jumped into the headlines as it has become a part of reality.

For AI to Change Business, It Needs to Be Fueled with Quality Data

By Ronald van Loon | October 12, 2017

Quality Data and AI There’s no doubt that AI has usurped big data as the enterprise technology industry’s favorite new buzzword. After all, it’s on Gartner’s 2017 Hype Cycle for emerging technologies, for a reason. While progress was slow during the first

Digital Innovation Starts with a Digital Core

By Ronald van Loon | October 6, 2017

Digital Innovation A lot of times when the prevalent industry trends are discussed among industry folks, there are usually two directions in which the conversation goes. It is either varying states of disbelief at the rate of change within the

How Leading Organizations are Leveraging Big Data

By Ronald van Loon | September 21, 2017

Seeing The Big Data Picture “Data will talk to you if you’re willing to listen”— Jim Bergeson. Few can dispute that. However, the challenge comes when data transforms into bundles and stacks of unorganized and unstructured data sets. The challenge comes

What Skills Do I Need to Become a Data Scientist?

By Ronald van Loon | September 13, 2017

Becoming a Data Scientist Leveraging the use of big data, as an insight-generating engine, has driven the demand for data scientists at enterprise-level, across all industry verticals. Whether it is to refine the process of product development, help improve customer

IoT: Penetrating the Possibilities of a Data Driven Economy

By Ronald van Loon | August 30, 2017

Data Driven Economy All of us are accustomed to the smart wearables, such as the ones we wear on a jogging track. We also have seen the concept of smart homes turn into a reality. We have seen a farmer

What is the Benefit of Modern Data Warehousing?

By Ronald van Loon | July 19, 2017

Modern Data Warehousing Access to relevant customer and industry information is the primary competitive advantage businesses have over their direct and indirect competitors today. It’s the smartest approach to remaining vigilant in a business environment where competition is at an

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Artificial or Augmented Intelligence: Talks with Intel’s Chief Data Scientist, Bob Rogers

By Ronald van Loon | July 4, 2017

Artificial or Augmented Intelligence I recently sat down with Bob Rogers. Bob is Intel’s Chief Data Scientist for Analytics and AI. I sought out answers to the some of the most popular questions related to artificial and augmented intelligence. The entire

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