Artificial intelligence progression occurs in three steps, according to Mazin Gilbert, vice president of advanced technology at AT&T Labs: building automated systems, implementing automation and hyper-automation that includes advanced analytics and machine learning.
With great connection comes great vulnerability, which is why security looms large in Verizon's Internet of Things platform.
Verizon has kept a keen eye on security while the company develops its Internet of Things (IoT) platform, which is called ThingSpace. From an investment of nearly a decade ago to exploration of new technologies, and the application of analytics, Verizon is building up tools to secure user connections.
According to recent research by Gartner, worldwide spending on Internet of Things security will increase from $348 million this year to $547 million in 2018.
The title of this blog could have been the title for Seth Stephens-Davidowitz's book Everybody Lies. As he explained in hisinterview with Freankonomics' Stephen Dubner, he knew the title is inaccurate, though he was told that "98% of people lie" wouldn't sell well. In case you were wonder, as I was about the Cretan or Liar's Paradox implied by the title he opted for, he assures the interviewer that he is among the 2% of honest people. But didn't he then lie in the title? And is he really as h...
I'm quoted in this list of "32 of the most successful blogs and websites out there" for the key to successful content marketing.
DeepIntent's CEO and co-founder Chris Paquette came in with a background in healthcare, having worked as a data scientist for Memorial Sloan Kettering, using AI to find patterns predictive of patient outcomes. Prior to that he worked at a search company. DeepIntent's approach, is built on a combination of the two fields, as he explained in an interview.
Even before the invention of photography, artists sought to recreate the horrors of war in pictures. Now technology makes it possible to take that rendering a step further, immersing the viewer directly in the experience with the use of AR.
On March 7, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) announced the release of a free AR app for iOS called “Enter the Room,” The app is the product of a collaboration between ICRC and the French digital innovation agency Nedd, working with Apple...
It’s clear that tech pros in a variety of industries are examining the implications of blockchain. After all, the technology can be leveraged not only for cryptocurrency (i.e., Bitcoin), but everything from “smart” contracts to secure, distributed ledgers. Can developers prove that they have the skills to work with this technology?
(In case you’re joining this tech-industry craze a bit late, here’s a very quick breakdown of how it works. A blockchain is a distributed database that maintains a...
As more and more business and manufacturing processes revolve around technology, the demand for people with the necessary skills is growing. To assure the supply of qualified people filling those positions, we have to stop thinking in terms in terms of stereotypes and clear the way for women to get on board.
The problem is not that women aren’t trained in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields. “Women have earned 57% of all bachelor's degrees and about half of all sci...
Blockchain is expected to add over $3.1 billion in business value, according to research firm Gartner. But the value proposition could involve more than money: blockchain might lead to a more diverse pipeline of qualified employees.
That’s the mission of STEAMRole, which uses blockchain and its own cryptocurrency (called RoleCoin) for two purposes: providing STEAM-expert role models and a Diverse Talent Pipeline Platform (DTPP) for companies to use in tracking and hiring diverse talent.
An academic study, "Measuring and Disrupting Anti-Ad Blockers Using Differential Execution Analysis," found that in fact, anti-ad blockers are used 52 times more than previously indicated. I contacted one of the leaders of the study, Zhiyun Quian, Assistant Professor at University of California, Riverside, to learn about the persistence of hidden anti-ad blockers.