Tag Archives: Advanced Analytics

February 1, 2018

How Intelligent is your Machine Learning Application?

There is a tremendous amount of excitement and hype around machine learning. Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are often trumpeted as cure-alls that can help businesses anticipate and prepare for the future. In reality, we are just beginning to see these technologies evolve into commercially viable offerings. The real value of machine learning […]

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February 27, 2017

Can IBM Take Machine Learning Mainstream?

It is clear that Watson, IBM’s cognitive engine, is becoming embedded in just about every tool and application that IBM is selling these days. In its most recent announcement, IBM is now making the Watson Machine Learning (ML) engine available on the mainframe in order to bring machine learning to transactional databases. This ML engine […]

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November 12, 2015

Why the IoT Market Disruptor is Driven by Early Failures

I guess that I have been in this technology industry for too long. Like many of my colleagues, I love new technology and I thrive on change and emerging trends. In fact, the technology market thrives on change and the latest innovation that promises to turn an also ran company into a market disruptor. The […]

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November 11, 2015

Why Cognitive Computing will Redefine Application Creation

  Earlier this year I co-authored a book on Cognitive Computing. It is a complex topic because it requires that practitioners change the way they go about building applications and creating value for their companies.  Cognitive computing is not a single technology or a single market. Rather it is an approach to solving problems by […]

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December 16, 2014

Are Technology Shakeups in Store for 2015?

Before I start with my predictions, let me explain what I mean by a prediction. I believe that predictions should not be about the end of a technology cycle but the timing for when a issue begins to gain traction that will result in industry shifts.  As I pointed out in my book, Smart or […]

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February 13, 2014

My top seven predictions for 2014

In December, like everyone else, I decided to present my predictions for 2014. I didn’t publish my predictions in an article or blog. Rather, I decided to experiment. Over a number of days I tweeted my predictions. It was an interesting process. I could avoid the problem of getting too busy and not getting around […]

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January 30, 2013

The Emergence of Big Data Security Intelligence

What’s Driving Big Data Security Intelligence? There is a new generation of security offerings that can anticipate threats and prevent them in real-time.  This new generation of offerings is emerging because of an increase level of risk.  Traditionally, security systems have worked by collecting and analyzing logs and then setting alerts to trigger action when […]

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