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Digital Disruption - The Whole Is Greater Than the Parts Imagine if you will, a world where technology is changing at breakneck speeds. Where new technology hype seems to know no bounds. You see words floating in front of you. Cloud. Mobile. Big Data. Internet of Things. Machine Learning. Blockchain. The words fly towards you, circling. They seem to be saying something. ‘Use me'... "No, use me.'. Confusion seems to abound. At the sign post up ahead, your next stop, the Disruption Zone! Okay, I will admit, maybe it's a little hokey, but tell me, sometimes doesn't it feel like you have entered another dimension? We have entered a time where digital disruption is the norm. A recent survey of Chief Strategy Officers found that 93% felt disruptive innovation was inevitable, yet only 23% of those surveyed felt they were ready to address it. Two years ago, we were talking a... (more)

Handwriting Recognition in Healthcare | @CloudExpo #API #CognitiveComputing

While some existing apps allow the doctors to write using their stylus pen, what is needed is an integrated solution that includes handwriting recognition, voice, face recognition and other cognitive intelligence as part of health care applications.   The Need for Handwriting Recognition in Healthcare Studies point to the fact that more than 70% of people spend more than one hour a day using pen Today, 80 percent of physicians still rely on traditional pen and paper to capture patient information, as well as for treatment-related information Hand Written notes that are not elect... (more)

Faster in #DigitalTransformation | @ThingsExpo #AI #IoT #ML #SDN #BigData

Digital transformation is too big and important for our future success to not understand the rules that apply to it. The first three rules for winning in this age of hyper-digital transformation are: Advantages in speed, analytics and operational tempos must be captured by implementing an optimized information logistics system (OILS) Real-time operational tempos (IT, people and business processes) must be achieved Businesses that can "analyze data and act and with speed" will dominate those that are slower. The first two rules prepare for the third, which focuses on action. The fi... (more)

Monitoring with #ArtificialIntelligence | @CloudExpo #BigData #AI #IoT

Building the Future of Monitoring with Artificial Intelligence Today we can collect lots and lots of performance data. We build beautiful dashboards and even have fancy query languages to access and transform the data. Still performance data is a secret language only a couple of people understand. The more business becomes digital the more stakeholders are interested in this data including how it relates to business. Some of these people have never used a monitoring tool before. They have a question on their mind like "How is my application doing" but no idea how to get a proper ... (more)

AI and Analytics | @BigDataExpo #ML #IoT #BigData #DigitalTransformation

How Artificial Intelligence Is Transforming IT Operation Analytics After many years of research, misfires and frightening Hollywood plotlines, artificial intelligence (AI) is finally coming into its own and beginning to demonstrate significant business value. The combined forces of big data, human expertise and AI are being used across industries as diverse as healthcare and manufacturing, as well as within all aspects of business. IT operations is one area that AI is beginning to contribute to enormously. IT infrastructures are changing rapidly today, particularly hybrid cloud e... (more)

Should You Fear Artificial Intelligence | @CloudExpo #AI #IoT #Cloud

Opining about the future of AI at the recent Brilliant Minds event at Symposium Stockholm, Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt rejected warnings from Elon Musk and Stephen Hawking about the dangers of AI, saying, “In the case of Stephen Hawking, although a brilliant man, he’s not a computer scientist. Elon is also a brilliant man, though he too is a physicist, not a computer scientist.” This absurd dismissal of Musk and Hawking was in response to an absurd question about “the possibility of an artificial superintelligence trying to destroy mankind in the near future.” Schmidt... (more)