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Jnan Dash

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The Resurgence of AI, ML, and DL We have been seeing a sudden rise in the deployment of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), and Deep Learning (DL). It looks like the long “AI winter” is finally over. According to IDC, AI-related hardware, software and services business will jump from $8B this year to $47B by 2020. I have also read comments like, “AI is like the Internet in the mid 1990s and it will be pervasive this time”. According to Andrew Ng, chief scientist at Baidu, “AI is the new electricity. Just as 100 years ago electricity transformed industry after industry, AI will now do the same.” Peter Lee, co-head at Microsoft Research said,  “Sales teams are using neural nets to recommend which prospects to contact next or what kind of products to recommend.” IBM Watson used AI in 2011, not DL. Now all 30 components are augmented by DL (investmen... (more)

The Data-Driven Enterprise | @BigDataExpo #BigData #DataScience #Analytics

I moderated a panel of three CIOs last Sunday at the Solix Empower conference on the subject of data-driven enterprise. The three CIOs came from different industries. Marc Parmet of the TechPar group spent many years at Avery Dennison after stints at Apple and IBM. Sachin Mathur leads the IT innovations at Terex Corp., a large company supplying cranes and other heavy equipment. PK Agarwal, currently dean at Northeastern University, used to be the CIO for the Government of California. Here are some of the points covered: I reminded the audience that we are at the fourth paradigm... (more)

Top Five Most-Valued Companies Are Tech - Almost | @CloudExpo #IoT #Cloud #BigData

The Top Five Most-Valued Companies Are Tech - Almost On this first day of August 2016, I saw that the top most-valued companies are tech. companies, and the fifth one is almost there. Here is the list. Apple ($appl): $566 billion Alphabet ($goog): $562B Microsoft ($msft): $433B Amazon ($amzn): $365B Exxon Mobile ($xom): $356B Facebook ($fb): $353B The big move is Amazon’s beating Exxon Mobile (used to be number 1 for many years) to the fourth spot. The switch came after Amazon posted its fifth straight quarter of profits last week as the oil giant’s profits tumbled 59 percent durin... (more)

Top Five Digital Trends | @ThingsExpo #IoT #IIoT #M2M #DigitalTransformation

BI Intelligence recently published the Top 5 Digital Trends that is worth looking at. It starts with a dramatic statement, “today, nearly 43% of the world is connected to the Internet, enabling us to talk, share photos, and conduct business halfway across the globe. As a result, we have seen more technological advancements in the past 10 years than we’ve witnessed in the past 10,000 years. And in the next five years, we’ll see even more”. Here are the key trend areas: Mobile – Messaging apps are the new OS. Facebook is winning this as it owns both the Facebook Messenger and What... (more)

The New World of Mobile Messaging By @JnanDash | @ThingsExpo #IoT

Over the last couple of years, something dramatic has happened in how the new generation communicates. Gone are the days of email. Now it is mobile messaging – it is global and becoming the de facto means of communication. Why? It is asynchronous yet instant (less cumbersome than writing an email) Expressive yet fast Engaging yet user controlled Simple yet 24 by 7 (anytime, around the clock) Instant yet secure Casual yet professional Personal yet mainstream Mobile yet distributed Easy yet productive Real-time yet replay-able Current yet evergreen Global messaging leaders are: Wh... (more)