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Monday’s Musings: Understand The Spectrum Of Seven Artificial Intelligence Outcomes

Successful AI Projects Seek A Spectrum Of Outcomes As artificial intelligence (AI) continues to move from the summer of hype to the fall tech conference news cycle, mass confusion has begun on what AI can be used for.  From fears of SKYNET, to hopes for the computer in StarTrek and Jarvis in Iron Man, the value […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on September 18, 2016

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Tuesday’s Tip: Seven Factors For Precision Decisions In Artificial Intelligence

The Rush To Artificial Intelligence Will Enable Augmented Humanity While market leaders and fast followers have not yet achieved mass personalization, the next rush is focused on investments in artificial intelligence (see Figure 1).  Searching for a competitive advantage and fearful of disruption, board rooms and CXO’s have rushed to artificial intelligence as the next […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on August 23, 2016

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Research Report: How The Five Pillars Of Consumer Tech Influence Enterprise Innovation

Most Enterprise Software Vendors Fail To Deliver Innovation Despite hundreds of billions wasted on failed research and development projects, most market influencers would agree that enterprise software vendors have produced a dearth of innovation over the past decade.  Vendors often cite UI re-skins, major functionality additions, integration of acquisitions, technology re-platforms, and weak attempts at […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on October 4, 2010

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