This post is in response to an excellent article Tom Davenport wrote for the WSJ (now on LinkedIn) ‘Lessons from the Cognitive Front Lines: Early Adopters of IBM’s Watson’. Tom is long-term advocate for increasing jobs related to analytics, particularly in the service sector, and is an advisor to Deloitte, which is a strong alliance partner with IBM, and Deloitte is a sponsor of WSJ CIO. Like most in our industry, we are in constant discussions, but as of now Kyield has no formal alliances or conflicts........→
It became apparent that these and other critical issues were inseparably connected within the rapidly expanding network environment, requiring a holistic solution of engineered components with granular detail designed in such a way that the whole system would provide significantly more function and value than the sum of the parts. To achieve the desired outcomes, the system would need to consist of a thin layer of governance with deep intelligence, be substantially automated, continuously adaptive, tailored to each entity and highly scalable. To achieve the desired outcomes, the system would need to consist of a thin layer of governance with deep intelligence, be substantially automated, continuously adaptive, tailored to each entity and highly scalable. ....→
The focus should be maximize benefits from our inventions, engineered systems and technologies to recreate a sustainable competitive advantage. One benefit of lagging behind other countries in infrastructure is that much progress has been made in recent years. Future projects can be embedded with hardware that enable intelligent networks, which can then be managed with distributed operating systems enhanced with artificial intelligence (AI) to meet the diverse needs of our society......→
Every year, natural catastrophes (nat cat) are highly visible events that cause major damage across the world. In 2016 the cost of nat cats were estimated to be $175 billion, $50 billion of which were covered by insurance, reflecting severe financial losses for impacted areas.[i] The total cost of natural catastrophes since 2000 was approximately $2.3 trillion.[ii] Much less understood is that human-caused catastrophes (hum cat) have resulted in much greater economic damage during the same period and have become increasingly preventable. ........→
The Kyield operating system provides optimal network management at the confluence of human and machine intelligence. The patented artificial intelligence system core is fully adaptive and tailored to the unique profiles of each entity with a simple natural language interface. The Kyield OS manages data at a scale far beyond the ability of humans alone, enhances data integrity, prevents crises, improves productivity and provides rapid continuous learning for each individual, team, business unit and organization.
Given consistent empirical evidence demonstrating that the raising of red flags has resulted in a lower probability of essential actors heeding warnings than causing of unintended consequences, those endowed with a public platform carry a special responsibility, as do system architects.....→
While it may be an interesting question whether the seasons are changing in artificial intelligence (AI), or to what extent the entertainment industry is herding pop culture, it may not have much to do with future reality. Given recent attention AI has received and the unique potential for misunderstanding, I thought a brief story from the trenches in the Land of Enchantment might shed some light. Feature at Wired...->
Kyield is seeking independent contractors with significant experience at the confluence of advanced technology, business management, consulting and operations. Previous experience with either highly reputable independent firms or leading constants is preferred (McKinsey, BCG, Big Four, IBM, etc.). For more information...->
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