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Virtual Digital Assistants: One Billion VDAs will Help Power Enterprises by 2025

By Dick Weisinger

Following the lead of consumer-oriented VDAs like Alexa, Cortana and Siri, businesses are expected to begin to adopt business-focused Virtual Digital Assistants (VDAs). In 2017, enterprise users already were using VDAs to help with tasks like workflows and business processes. 

Artificial Intelligence: IBM’s Watson Project Suffers Backlash from Overhype

By Dick Weisinger

Artificial Intelligence has been improving by leaps and bounds with many examples of results that have been stunning. But like anything, AI has had setbacks too. The IBM Watson project is one example of an AI project that was over-hyped,

Artificial Intelligence: Autonomous Unsupervised Machine Intelligence

By Dick Weisinger

“Generative Adversarial Networks” (GAN) are two AI programs that work side-by-side, the first is designed to generate something like an image or music, and the second algorithm judges the results of the first program. The feedback from the judging algorithm

Artificial Intelligence: Lack of Skills Prevents Many Companies from Adopting AI

By Dick Weisinger

Artificial Intelligence, analytics and machine learning all require training in order to be able to properly implement them. A recent report by EY found that the biggest challenge with these new technologies is that businesses don’t have enough people with

Robotics: Evolving Robots to be able to Improvise in the Real World

By Dick Weisinger

Robots nowadays can be trained to do seemingly anything.  But making general-purpose robots that can interact under many different scenarios and environments are a long ways off.  Robots today aren’t able to easily reuse in a different environment what they