PS4 System Software Update 7.00 Now Available


PlayStation has rolled out Update 7.00 to PS4 today. This update brings enhanced Party features and Remote Play to all smartphones and tablets running Android 5.0 or higher. Party Feature Update For PS4 fans who love to play alongside their friends or other community members, the Party feature has been rebuilt to include new features […]

PS4 System Software Update 7.00 Now Available — Vortainment

Essential Cloud Development Tools for Windows 10 Users


The combination of Docker Desktop, Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), and Visual Studio Code with extensions is extremely powerful! I seen that a lot of software developers use Mac, and I’ve used Macs too. However now that Microsoft has a focus on open source, everything has changed. Windows 10 can leverage many Linux distros with […]

Essential Cloud Development Tools for Windows 10 Users — Fitch Tech

Azure Service Fabric — Multi Cloud Solutions


Related words for the Service Fabric in Microservice Architecture: Dockre DC/OS Mesos Kubernetes Microservices Development possibilities on Azure Cloud: Azure function Kubernetes Service Service Fabric Azure Function Kubernetes Service Azure Service Fabric – They are micro-microservices.– reactes to an external change & event arrived on service bus. E.g. Blob created, message arrived on a queue […]

Azure Service Fabric — Multi Cloud Solutions

First Look: Building Java microservices with the new Azure Spring Cloud


One of the defining characteristics of the public cloud is choice. Need to host an app? On-premises, your choices were a virtual machine or a virtual machine. Now? A public cloud like Microsoft Azure offers nearly a dozen options. You’ve got spectrum of choices ranging from complete control over the stack (e.g. Azure Virtual Machines) […]

First Look: Building Java microservices with the new Azure Spring Cloud — Richard Seroter’s Architecture Musings

Data journalism links and resources


Compiled by Kyle Heim / Updated: August 13, 2019 Below are links to online resources about data journalism, what it is, why it matters, how it can be practiced, and how it can be taught. This list is intended to serve as an overview; it is not meant to be exhaustive or to delve into the technical details of…

Data journalism links and resources — Kyle Heim

Managing AI & Analytics Transformations the Way your Brain Works


Artificial Intelligence & Analytics for CEOs

Managing AI & Analytics Transformations the Way your Brain Works.

I was thrilled to speak at the Chief Data Analytics Officer in Singapore and to meet some of the most brilliant data professionals in Asia. Thank you very much to Megan CampbellKate Tappin and Jonathan Catling for the opportunity.

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Managing AI & Analytics Transformations the Way your Brain Works

In its immense complexity, artificial intelligence is like human intelligence. Effective analytics teams in business interact in the same way as our nervous system does to enable human intelligence:

  • Analytics Organization: data professionals are like neurons in our brain, which organise cognitive and analytical functions akin to an analytics organizational chart. Leaders need to understand analytics roles, hiring and retention techniques, organizational models and the role of the Chief Data Officer
  • Data-driven culture: culture is like the reptilian brain, the oldest part of our brain, whose…

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There Are Two Kinds of AI, and the Difference is Important


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Most of today’s AI is designed to solve specific problems.

Today’s artificial intelligence is certainly formidable. It can beat world champions atintricate gameslike chess and Go, or dominate atJeopardy!. It can interpret heaps of data for us, guidedriverless cars, respond to spoken commands, andtrack downthe answers to your internet search queries.

And as artificial intelligence becomes more sophisticated, there will be fewer and fewer jobs that robots can’t take care of—or so Elon Musk recently speculated. He suggested that we might have togive our own brains a boostto stay competitive in an AI-saturated job market.

But if AI does steal your job, it won’t be because scientists have built a brain better than yours. At least, not across the board. Most of the advances in artificial intelligence have been focused on solving particular kinds of problems. This narrow artificial intelligence…

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