Although it scarcely matters in the grand scheme of life, here are some thoughts on what a post-Covid-19 technology industry might look like - and the world beyond. All we know at this point in late March that the effect on our health, liberty and economic status will either be short and sharp, or long… Continue reading What might a post-Covid-19 world look like?
I'm always grateful when people ask me to speak at their events - it's a privilege never to be taken for granted that people are willing to spend their valuable time listening to what I have to say. But I thought it might be useful for some to know the themes of my talks through the… Continue reading Autumn 2019 speaking gig themes
At the recent Google Cloud Next conference, the company's Google's enterprise division made a plethora of announcements, the details of which are here and there are links to our analysis of it all at the end of this post. One of my key takeaways was that Google sees the biggest barrier to machine learning as its biggest… Continue reading For Google, the biggest barrier to AI is its biggest opportunity in AI
I just got back from a productive three days at AI World in Boston this week. Those are some quick thoughts as I work on a more thorough report for 451 Research clients. About 2,200 people gathered to hear about use cases, technology and business models for AI/machine learning (ML). It was a diverse group at least… Continue reading AI World roundup