Deloitte Global predicts that more than 300 million smartphones, or more than one-fifth of units sold in 2017, will have machine-learning capabilities within the device in the next 12 months.
Big data analytics and cloud computing are two of the most prominent technologies of high interest to business organizations and researchers across the globe today. Harnessing its potential has become the key to competitive advantage for data-driven businesses. This phenomenon, characterized by the “3Vs” (volume, velocity and variety), produces information far beyond the processing capability of conventional tools. Building powerful computational infrastructure to warehouse and make sense of all the data requires large investments and poses practical limitations. Cloud computing offers an attractive alternative.
July/August 2015 How neuro-dynamic programming enables smart machines to think ahead. By Scott Zoldi The media and watercooler chatter alike increasingly focus on how advances in machine learning and artificial
March/April 2015 By Kathy Lange AS is the world’s largest privately held software company, with 70,000 customer sites in 138 countries, including 93 of the top 100 companies on the