In support of 451's new #451Nexus online event, we've been issued with our very own baseball cards, full of fun facts & figures. Here's mine.
I recently had a great conversation with John Abbott and Eric Hanselman on the transformation of the semiconductor industry, including a focus on AI chips, the explosion in the number of chip startups and the global chip shortages, among other things. It's here on the S&P Global Market Intelligence site, or wherever you get your podcasts.
One of the great thing about being part of S&P Global is you get to work with AI practitioners, due in part to the company's acquisition of Kensho back in March 2018 to complement and expand an existing data science team. On a recent S&P Global podcast I was joined by Peter Licursi, product manager… Continue reading New podcast on AI use cases & the resurgence of NLP
Here is a report from the S&P Global Market Intelligence news team based on a chat with me & our new Voice of the Enterprise AI & Machine Learning Use Cases 2021 survey, including some data on business benefits & skills shortages. One of the things I highlighted was the shift in the sorts of… Continue reading AI use, adoption gains momentum with enterprise amid pandemic
I've told the origin story of 451 Research before here and it's become one of the most-read posts on this blog. Now you can listen to the story, as well as I read my interpretation of it in a new podcast from S&P Global called Next in Tech. The first two episodes are short conversations… Continue reading The 451 origin story – now in podcast form
I wrote a 2021 outlook to highlight the areas in AI and machine learning I think will be important this year. It's been turned into an S&P Global Market Intelligence blog post. At a high level, the areas are Skills shortages are no longer just about data scientists Large language models look set to change… Continue reading 2021 AI and machine learning outlook
The UK AI Council, a non-statutory expert committee of independent advisers set up in 2019 published its AI Roadmap today. I've long been interested - and occasionally frustrated - by the issue of so-called AI nationalism. But there are undeniably hotspots of AI and London was certainly the pre-eminent one pre-Brexit in, as I noted… Continue reading The UK’s AI roadmap
I'm a big sports fan, mainly of cricket and football but also horse racing, cycling, baseball, tennis and more or less anything. And I've missed them during lockdown, but nowhere near as much as I thought I would. That's because of what has replaced them. Like most of us who are lucky enough to have… Continue reading The importance of stories
As Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella put it on the company's fiscal Q320 earnings call on April 29, As COVID-19 impacts every aspect of our work and life, we have seen 2 years' worth of digital transformation in 2 months. Things are changing very quickly in certain areas of the technology sector and so surveys we… Continue reading Taking a post-Covid look at AI adoption by industry