Month: June 2018

Don’t Deploy IoT Without Knowledge Management

Don’t Deploy IoT Without Knowledge Management The Internet of Things (ioT) empowers organizations to apply knowledge management (KM) in the physical world. IoT provides a platform for capturing and managing metadata about physical objects. IoT also requires knowledge management for its success. A good IoT implementation requires descriptions and management of architecture, infrastructure, distribution and.

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IBM Debater and Rubik’s Cube Solutions: Why AI Isn’t Intelligence

Why AI isn’t Intelligence Classifying the wonders of current machine learning algorithms as artificial intelligence does a disservice to the idea of intelligence and creates a vague market that offers little differentiation or definition of the solutions it contains. AI isn’t Intelligence. Marketers need to stop cluttering “AI” by establishing classification, logic and pattern recognition.

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Review: SanDisk iXpand™ Flash Drive

Review: SanDisk iXpand™ Flash Drive I evaluated the SanDisk iXpand™ Flash Drive several years ago. I found the original SanDisk iXpand a useful device, especially for travel. SanDisk recently sent me an eval unit of the new version. The smaller device doesn’t require a charge before use, but it still holds plenty of off-line video.

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Google Doesn’t Need an AI in Military Policy, It Needs to Launch a Military Contracting Company

Google and project Maven VentureBeat led its AI newsletter today (June 1, 2018) with a discussion about Google’s involvement in the Pentagon’s Project Maven. Perhaps because of Google’s legacy of public mottos and codes of conduct that state it doesn’t want to be evil (which it recently removed), there is more backlash against Google’s participation.

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