Posts about AI

Right now, we’re at the infancy in the development of a whole new layer of added business value. AI and especially deep learning have tremendous potential to improve network planning and operations. You can get dizzy thinking about how much data is collected and monitored each day in networks across the world, and yet the vast majority of it goes ignored. It’s only when some network failure occurs that we dig into our pile of data to understand what happened ...

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It seems that 234 years after Immanuel Kant urged humans to have the courage to use their own understanding, the need to reason for ourselves is being removed altogether. As developments like artificial intelligence and machine learning find their way into every aspect of our business and social lives, our autonomy is steadily being replaced by the autonomy of systems ...

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Artificial intelligence has found its way into virtually every corner of our lives. It's in our homes, in our cars and in our phones. It can be found across multiple industries including banking, agriculture, healthcare, transportation and telecommunications - to name only a few. And it's a growth industry. Through the beginning of October 2017, year-to-date venture capital investment in AI totaled $7.6 billion vs. $5.4 billion in 2016 and $4 billion in 2015, according to the PitchBook Platform. Not only has investment in AI increased, but M&A activity as well, with tech giants such as Google's Alphabet, Microsoft and Apple all acquiring AI companies over the past two years to enhance and expand their products and services. So what's driving this interest and investment?

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I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and a spectacular start to the New Year! Yes, 2017 should have received a speeding ticket, since it went by too fast! And, I’m sure, 2018 will similarly speed along at an unsuitable pace – apparently time flies when you’re having fun, or is it just old age? Never mind ...

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2018 will be a year of rapid innovation and product launches for data center networking. We will see seven big technology events and one legislative change in 2018 that will be entry points for new vendors and the market will show a more distinct boundary between enterprise data centers and the cloud ...

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