Sure, Amazon’s Alexa-powered devices are nifty, but there’s only one AI king of the jungle - Google. Google benefits from more nodes on the network - i.e. more input data from which to learn - than any other single technology platform. “Google By the Numbers” or “How We Feed the AI”: Google processes 63,000+ search … Continue reading “Google By the Numbers” or, “How We Feed the AI”
When speaking or writing about Apple we have spent much of the past 18 months beating up on the iPhone. Yesterday's "Apple Event" didn't engender confidence in the firm's content strategy. Anchored by a curated, walled garden approach, Apple's strategy seems mired in the early 2000's at a time when young people have migrated to … Continue reading Apple’s Strategy – The Good, The Bad & The RetroPremium
Amazon is making smart home bundles easy. In the process, Amazon is becoming a CyberSecurity and Data Privacy leader. It was Cable and Software bundles in the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s. Today, it’s Smart Home bundles and Amazon is making it easy. For technology vendors it pays to own the “bundle” (a word antitrust regulators … Continue reading Amazon is Making Smart Home Bundles Easy
Google, Amazon and Apple are in a war to control the extended home. The automobile is part of that equation. Google, Amazon and Apple are in a three-way heavyweight fight for home supremacy. When it comes to the home - if Google and Amazon are Joe Louis and Muhammad Ali (two pound-for-pound greats) then Apple is Archie Moore (a great heavyweight but … Continue reading Why Apple Needs to Build the Apple Car
Notice anything about the above image? It looks like a Facebook feed and five of the nine content pieces (only three are fully visible), are videos. The image is a screen capture from Goldman Sachs' homepage - part of a modernization/ outreach effort under new Goldman CEO David Solomon. Personally I've noticed that companies are … Continue reading Every Company Is A Content Company
Price pressure in the AI-powered Smart Speaker market. Amazon is the catalyst with price reductions to its Alexa-powered Amazon Echo product line. Google Home and Apple (HomePod) are forced to react. Read the WSJ article here: Amazon Echo Prices Turn Smart-Speaker Market On Its Ear
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