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Joe McKendrick
Pondering disruption, tech & otherwise, with both optimism & skepticism. Analyst/contributor: CBS interactive, Forbes, Information Today, RTInsights. Army brat.
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Joe McKendrick 16h
Reimagining Enterprise Decision-Making With Artificial Intelligence via
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There may not be enough capacity in the global electrical grid to keep recharging such robots....
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Scientists hope a man-made moon could provide nighttime lighting at lower cost
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Joe McKendrick Oct 18
The Emergence of the IoT Architect
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Joe McKendrick Oct 18
The New York Times eliminated five data centers and uses AWS and Google clouds. The Times uses cloud elasticity instead of having to architect its technology for peak season, which hits every four years on presidential election day. via
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Jon Reed Oct 18
Enterprise hits and misses – Sears goes on layaway and chatbots file lawsuits -> your weekly enterprise highs and lows, hot off the presses. Best of event picks + aromatic whiffs, including a blockchain pitch gone awry....
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Joe McKendrick Oct 18
The QWERTY keyboard is a great example of an embedded process that technology has so far been unable to streamline.
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Joe McKendrick Oct 18
10 Surprising Skills That Will Make or Break Artificial Intelligence
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Joe McKendrick Oct 18
Blockchain as a Service: A Solution in Search of a Problem?
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Joe McKendrick Oct 18
FRESH DATA: Survey Says Manual Intervention is Still a Necessity with AI
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Joe McKendrick Oct 18
There may be some ways to go before broad commercialization, but quantum computing is coming.
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Joe McKendrick Oct 18
How Artificial Intelligence May Make A Dent In The Technology Productivity Crisis via
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Joe McKendrick Oct 18
“AI might sound ‘efficient’ on the surface–after all, machines are supposed to be impartial–but in practice, it’s anything but. Chances are, it’s simply faster at making decisions that are rife with the same systemic injustices. Beware of any claim that AI is neutral.”
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Joe McKendrick Oct 18
Employee experience is just as important as customer experience. EX = CX * 10
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Joe McKendrick Oct 18
“It’s often said that we are in the age of information, but we often fail to appreciate just how the concept of the information age is changing over time.”
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Joe McKendrick Oct 18
“By progressively blending public-cloud and private-cloud solutions into hybrid-cloud configurations, companies can quickly take advantage of sophisticated cloud services and move sensitive applications into the public cloud without disrupting IT architectures and operations.”
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Joe McKendrick Oct 18
“It’s time to address job displacement by rethinking and retraining.”
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Joe McKendrick Oct 18
“People think AI is a smart robot that can do things a very smart person would — a robot that knows everything and can answer any question.... AI refers to computer programs that can complete various analyses and use some predefined criteria to make decisions.”
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Christopher Mims 🎆 Oct 17
"Regarded by the tech industry as cumbersome and labor-intensive, the trucking business has attracted a number of startups aiming to shake up the industry." Hmmm I can think of another cumbersome and labor-intensive business Uber disrupted...
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Joe McKendrick Oct 17
12 Marketing Skills You Need to Survive in the Age of AI via
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