This is the first of a couple columns about a growing trend in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and how it is likely to be integrated in our culture. Computerworld ran an interesting overview article on the subject yesterday that got me thinking not only about where this technology is going but how it is likely to affect us not just as a people. but as individuals. How is AI likely to affect me? The answer is scary.
Emails from virtual service assistants are so lucid that customers don't realize they're conversing with computer code. The result is greater - and more profitable - engagement with the service department.
“Data-Driven Thinking" is written by members of the media community and contains fresh ideas on the digital revolution in media. Today’s column is written by Ken Rona, chief data scientist at IgnitionOne. There is a lot of excitement and some confusion across the ad industry around machine learning, and for good reason. The availability of... Continue reading »
NVIDIA (NVDA) stock is inching its way back up the market after having a major fall over the course of the autumn season. At the end of August, one share of the chip company was $283.70. Yesterday it closed at $153.05. The stock is in recovery mode and Tigress analyst Ivan Feinseth says the recent weakness presents a