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Why Our Belt, Tie and Wallet Company is Investing in Artificial Intelligence

Today, it seems like every company is somehow in competition with Amazon, as the tech giant extends its reach into more and more industries (most recently health care). That expansion is powered by Amazon’s robust tech infrastructure, which gives it a platform to scale quickly in any sector it enters.

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5 Interesting Applications of Machine Learning in Healthcare

Machine learning is a path breaking technology that will allow medical professionals to improve human life. Being healthy and capable of doing basic tasks is one of the prime priorities for people across the globe.

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5 Critical Questions to Ask an IT Outsourcing Company Before You Hire Them!

Outsourcing is actually the smartest thing to do in today’s intrinsically connected world. The challenges that discouraged companies from outsourcing their business processes in the past are now being overthrown with better communication solutions in place.

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Deciphering China's Artificial Intelligence Dream

In March 2018, I read an article about the new Artificial Intelligence Arms Race which has been on my interests radar for a few years. What was new, was that this article referred to a paper from the Future of Humanity Institute, University of Oxford.

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Exploring the Future of Machine Morality

Robots and machines are taking the right decisions. However, their choices are not always morally right. It’s time to focus now on machine morality.

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A handshake between Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Computing

Artificial Intelligence and cognitive computing are blended, and they work together closely to connect technology with the physical world, with lesser complexity and more scalability.

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When the Power Goes Out

An interesting pattern emerges when you throw a potentially controversial idea out, as I did recently with the article below. I had written that I think that we need to strengthen our "local" networks - energy and information both - by utilizing more of a mesh approach, precisely because the existing (largely centralized) networks are too vulnerable to storms, earthquakes and cascading power failures.