Tag: MachineLearning

Artificial Intelligence Is Electricity 2.0

Artificial Intelligence Is Electricity 2.0

AWS, Azure and GCP are to thank in large part for the proliferation of applications powered by broadly-defined AI. The big three remote server platforms have made it increasingly easy for companies of all sizes from all industries to build applications that incorporate core AI, machine learning, deep learning and related capabilities. A wide variety … Continue reading Artificial Intelligence Is Electricity 2.0

Humans Will Lead The Machine Age

Humans Will Lead The Machine Age

Machines don’t complain. Machines don’t get sick. Machines don’t ask for a raise. Machines don’t get tired. Machines don’t take lunch. Machines can perform complex tasks – including surgical operations and making investment decisions. Perhaps most importantly – with the advent of machine learning – machines perpetually remain on the learning curve. The old axiom … Continue reading Humans Will Lead The Machine Age

It’s People! It’s People!

It’s People! It’s People!

Human Capital is Key “It’s people! Soylent Green is people!” shouted Charlton Heston’s Robert Thorn in 1973’s Soylent Green. Fast forward 45 years and people remain central to the process. Although the process we refer to isn’t recycled human foodstuff but rather the global economy where Intellectual Capital provides economic sustenance and Human Capital is … Continue reading It’s People! It’s People!

Amazon’s Retail Experience Provides the Company with an Edge vs. Google in the AI War.

Amazon’s Retail Experience Provides the Company with an Edge vs. Google in the AI War.

Amazon's straight-through-processing ("STP") retail experience provides the company with an edge vs. Google in the AI war: Visual output from our Amazon Alexa query - "Buy Amazon Echo": Consumers may execute the purchase transaction with one or two instructions. This is true for millions of products sold via Amazon's retail platform. Amazon provides consumers with … Continue reading Amazon’s Retail Experience Provides the Company with an Edge vs. Google in the AI War.