Is Becoming Data-Driven Worth It? Yes!

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Data intelligence helps organizations create new customer experiences, accelerate operations and capitalize on new market opportunities. It also gives them the agility to pivot when the unexpected strikes. While becoming data-driven makes great sense, some organizations struggle to put it into practice. Adopting a company-wide data culture can be particularly challenging, requiring companies to overhaul how they operate from the board room to the shop floor. On the technical side, IT teams must liberate and unify data long segregated in departmental silos so IT can provide broad accessibility … Read More “Is Becoming Data-Driven Worth It? Yes!”

Successful Early Adopters of AI Reveal Best Practices for Design, Deployment and Use

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Developing and deploying artificial intelligence (AI) solutions efficiently and successfully in businesses requires a new set of skills, for both individuals and organizations. In a recent study, over half of companies that have successfully deployed AI applications have embraced an enterprise-wide strategy that is inclusive, open, and pragmatic, using homegrown AI models 90% of the time. They have spent time understanding and documenting consistent and effective ways of rolling out projects and processes to drive efficiency. AI is Booming. Wanted: More People & Best Practices. AI in business … Read More “Successful Early Adopters of AI Reveal Best Practices for Design, Deployment and Use”

The Multiplier Effort of Edge Computing

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CIO

Companies capture more data and compute capacity at the edge. At the same time, they are laying the groundwork for a distributed enterprise that can capitalize on a multiplier effect to maximize intended business outcomes. The number of edge sites — factory floors, retail shops, hospitals, and countless other locations — is growing. This gives businesses more opportunity to gain insights and make better decisions across the distributed enterprise. Data follows the activities of customers, employees, patients, and processes. Pushing computing power to the distributed edge ensures that data can … Read More “The Multiplier Effort of Edge Computing”

High Performance Data Analytics Gains Momentum Across Diverse Enterprise Computing Environments

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The benefits of analyzing vast amounts of data, long-term or in real-time, has captured the attention of businesses of all sizes. Big data analytics has moved beyond the rarified domain of government and university research environments equipped with supercomputers to include businesses of all kinds that are using modern high performance computing (HPC) solutions to get their analytics jobs done. Its big data meets HPC ― otherwise known as high performance data analytics. Bigger, Faster, More Compute-intensive Data Analytics Big data analytics has relied on HPC infrastructure for many years to… Read More “High Performance Data Analytics Gains Momentum Across Diverse Enterprise Computing Environments”

Do you speak Algospeak, the language of social media?

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Relaxnews

By da-kuk / Getty Images Algospeak is a term that refers to a trend that has taken hold on social networks. In order to avoid having content deleted by moderators, internet users have invented their own coded language to slip through the net. Algospeak is a term that refers to a trend that has taken hold on social networks. In order to avoid having content deleted by moderators, internet users have invented their own coded language to slip through the net. This phenomenon is everywhere on social networks. To avoid seeing comments or videos deleted from social platforms, users have been clever … Read More “Do you speak Algospeak, the language of social media?”

Wall St posts third straight quarterly loss as inflation weighs, recession looms

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Reuters

By Stephen Culp NEW YORK (Reuters) – The S&P 500 closed the books on its steepest September decline in two decades on Friday, skidding across the finish line of a tumultuous quarter fraught with historically hot inflation, rising interest rates and recession fears. All three major indexes veered to a sharply lower end, having quashed a brief rally early in the session. The S&P and the Dow notched their third consecutive weekly declines, and all three indexes posted their second straight monthly losses. In the first nine months of 2022, Wall Street suffered three quarterly declines in a row, th… Read More “Wall St posts third straight quarterly loss as inflation weighs, recession looms”

The Pa. Senate race is tightening as Oz closes in on Fetterman

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The Philadelphia Inquirer

PHILADELPHIA — Pennsylvania’s Senate race is getting very, very close. Democrat John Fetterman’s early lead has steadily shrunk, according to multiple public polls, and the latest surveys suggest the race is a toss-up between him and Republican Mehmet Oz. A string of polls from a variety of sources — including Emerson College, Fox News, Franklin & Marshall College, Muhlenberg College — all show narrow leads for Fetterman of between 2 and 5 percentage points. In each case, that’s within the poll’s margin of error, meaning that Oz could even have a slight edge. In August, an average of polls fro… Read More “The Pa. Senate race is tightening as Oz closes in on Fetterman”

iPhone 14 Pro Max review: The notch is gone and other stories

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City AM

By Steve Dinneen When Apple went fullscreen with the iPhone X, doing away with all but the slimmest black frame around the display, it divided the World into two categories: regular people, and those who vehemently, violently hated “the notch”. The notch, for those struggling to remember the furore it caused back in November 2017, is the little blacked out… well, notch at the top of your phone where the front-facing camera and Face ID and a bunch of other sensors lurk. Purists were outraged that the purity of the design had been compromised, and many, many millions of words were poured into th… Read More “iPhone 14 Pro Max review: The notch is gone and other stories”

Productivity Improvement Measures – Focusing on Digital

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The Bangkok Post

The Productivity Challenge Countries around the World are dealing with productivity slowdowns, and each is taking up the challenge through digital technologies. For Thailand, the pursuit of a digital economy is front and centre within the Thailand 4.0 framework of S-Curve industries, the “Digital Thailand” plan, the development of Smart Cities, and the BCG economy. Workplaces and business operations in Thailand are changing. This transformation was taking place prior to the pandemic but COVID-19 only compressed the challenge and then accelerated the pressure to change. The new normal has arriv… Read More “Productivity Improvement Measures – Focusing on Digital”

P&G turns to AI to create digital manufacturing of the future

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CIO

Over the past 184 years, The Procter & Gamble Co. (P&G) has grown to become one of the World’s largest consumer goods manufacturers, with worldwide revenue of more than $76 billion in 2021 and more than 100,000 employees. Its brands are household names, including Charmin, Crest, Dawn, Febreze, Gillette, Olay, Pampers, and Tide. In summer 2022, P&G sealed a multiyear partnership with Microsoft to transform P&G’s digital manufacturing platform. The partners say they will create the future of digital manufacturing by leveraging the industrial internet of things (IIoT), digital twin, data, and AI … Read More “P&G turns to AI to create digital manufacturing of the future”