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Artificial Intelligence: Bots that Can Write Take on Journalism

By Dick Weisinger

Robots are beginning to write. It’s being called Automated Journalism, Robot Journalism, or Content Creation Robots. Jeff Bezos’ Washington Post has developed an AI bot called Heliograf which is used to write some of their more mundane news stories. The

Internet: 99% of Data is in the Sea, not the Cloud: Underwater Cabling

By Dick Weisinger

There are more than 1.2 billion kilometers of submarine cables circling the globe, transmitting internet data. About 97 percent of all intercontinental data is transferred by underwater cables. The cables enable people to connect to the internet globally — now

Edge and Fog Computing: Data Preprocessing to Avoid Latency and Bandwidth Problems

By Dick Weisinger

Data centers are dying. They are being shut down, downsized or overlooked as new IT expenditures are earmarked for the Cloud. Gartner says that by 2025 80 percent of today’s data centers will have been shut down. Cloud infrastructure provides

ERP: Business Plan Migration to Cloud

By Dick Weisinger

The Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) market has been around for about 40 years. Last year, in 2018, the market size surpassed $35 billion, according to Gartner. While SAP and Oracle still are the market leaders in ERP, the entire software

AI Chips: Moving Beyond the GPU

By Dick Weisinger

GPU – Graphics Processor Units. GPU chips power most of today’s AI technology. These chips have been very successful for processing certain types of AI algorithms, but as the name GPU implies, GPUs were designed to speed up graphics processing,