The Internet of Things (IOT) and Smart Systems are based on the notions of Sensors, Connectivity, People and Processes. We are creating a new world to view and measure anything around us through “sensory lenses”. We digitize the results and make them available via networks...


AI for Industrials: Why is it different?

By CloudBuzz | June 19, 2019

A few weeks ago I wrote a myth-busting post to tell the truth about using AI in industrial settings. But why is this coming up? What is different about industrial situations, and why can’t we use the cool AIs there? The data

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How to Monetize the Sports Digital Transformation

By Ronald van Loon | June 18, 2019

Sports Digital Transformation The sports digital transformation is upon us, and the world of sports is about to be disrupted through the technology at play. In the words of the most decorated Olympian to step on the podium: “You can’t


Facebook reveals Libra cryptocurrency, with lofty goals

By Reuters | June 18, 2019

SAN FRANCISCO/NEW YORK (Reuters) – Facebook Inc revealed plans on Tuesday to launch a cryptocurrency called Libra, the latest development in its effort to expand beyond social networking and move into e-commerce and global payments. Facebook has linked with 28

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Meet David Feinberg, head of Google Health

By Google | June 18, 2019

Dr. David Feinberg has spent his entire career caring for people’s health and wellbeing. And after years in the healthcare system, he now leads Google Health, which brings together groups from across Google and Alphabet that are using AI, product

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MIT develops a system to give robots more human senses

By CloudBuzz | June 17, 2019

Researchers at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) have developed a new system that could equip robots with something we take for granted: the ability to link multiple senses together. The new system created by CSAIL involves a predictive AI

NVIDIA Builds Supercomputer to Develop Self-Driving Cars

By NVIDIA | June 17, 2019

In a clear demonstration of why AI leadership demands the best compute capabilities, NVIDIA today unveiled the world’s 22nd fastest supercomputer — DGX SuperPOD — which provides AI infrastructure that meets the massive demands of the company’s autonomous-vehicle deployment program.


Slack could be worth $17B: BBG

By CloudBuzz | June 12, 2019

When workplace chat company Slack Technologies goes public on June 20, it’s expected to be valued at $16 billion to $17 billion, Bloomberg reports, citing anonymous sources. That’s based on its projected revenue and current growth rate, up from $7.1 billion in


Meet the women shaping the future of AI

By IBM Big Data | June 11, 2019

We spend a lot of time talking with business leaders about the Ladder to AI, the journey that companies need to take to harness the value of an artificial intelligence-enhanced business. AI can transform through better prediction, automation and optimization. AI


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Enterprises look for partners to make the most of Microsoft Azure Stack apps

Microsoft Azure Stack Apps The next BriefingsDirect Voice of the Customer hybrid cloud advancements discussion explores the application development and platform-as-a-service (PaaS) benefits from Microsoft ...
Trading Routine: How To Track Suspicious Events In Different Locations

Trading Routine: How To Track Suspicious Events In Different Locations

Tracking Suspicious Events Financial security can be compared to a constant arms race between cyber criminals and businessmen who try to ...
The Best Software Companies To Work For In 2018, According To Glassdoor

The Best Software Companies To Work For In 2018, According To Glassdoor

Best Software Companies To Work 62% of all employees working for Software 500 companies would recommend their company to a ...
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How Norway’s Fatland beat back ransomware thanks to a rapid backup and recovery data protection stack

The next BriefingsDirect strategic storage and business continuity case study discussion explores how Norway’s venerable meat processing business, Fatland, relied on rapid backup ...
Death of Traditional Enterprise Storage

Death of Traditional Enterprise Storage

Traditional Enterprise Storage Back in 2003, Chris Pinkham and Benjamin Black, two engineers working for, proposed a dramatic overhaul ...