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Artificial intelligence has been put to good use for applications with low complexity, delivering real benefits to users and companies. But what about doing more, an AI-first organization?
At the recently concluded CES2018 held in Las Vegas, I sat down for a discussion with some folks from Idean to talk about the trends emerging this year.
Inclusive innovation—the shift from PoCs to the real-life implementation of IoT, AI, and blockchain to take up the challenge of digital transformation.
As humans, we tend to “feel” when something is not quite right. This is our instinct, or sixth sense.
It’s time to get real and think like a cyber attacker.
The maturation of deep learning and neural networks are a couple of the more important breakthroughs in the field of artificial intelligence.
It is the year of Digital Twins, in which we get serious (and physical) about creating near-real copies in our systems of people, things, concepts and even entire businesses.
Predicting—whether it’s about world politics or technology or anything in between—turns out to be more difficult than ever, as 2017 has demonstrated us ostensibly, the hard way, over and over again.
There is a tremendous potential of leveraging digital transformation for renewables—WEMO, 2017.
A Capgemini ad asks the question: “What good is an ERP solution if it doesn’t increase profitability?” The answer is: “Not very good, and also not very agile.”
The cloud is no longer an emerging technology, and the business case is increasingly clear. What’s less clear to leaders of large companies is the technological and change management roadmap.
In this segment, lets look at some of the implementation lookouts so retailers can maximize the adoption and benefits of bringing IoT into their operations.
What does the future of retail look like in this age of digital disruption? As online sales soar at a double-digit pace at the expense of traditional stores, how can retailers compete?
How SAP Leonardo, accompanied by IoT, can be leveraged to minimise production downtime with predictive maintenance.
Utilities are adding the Internet of Things (IoT) to leverage new digital technologies to disrupt and transform large scale energy management and related services