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How AI can improve product performance, cut costs and decrease time to market

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My name is Oscar Sverud and since a few weeks I am a proud member of the Imagimob team. As a new member of the team I would like to introduce myself and my experience from managing complex product development projects. Over the years I have been working with several project management philosophies and will below share some of my conclusions in this area. AI is as one of the key enablers to create products that cuts effort in product customizations and boosts product performance, but more about that later. First, I will give some background and problems product developing companies are facing when running complex development projects.


Learn and Master Python in a Month

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Remember, one month has plenty of time. If you can spend 6–7hours every day. You will finish much more than you think. This will make you a Junior Python Developer. Now I will break down the weekly plan for you.


Technology Boosts Infrastructure Project Management

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The 2018 midterm elections are over, and the split U.S. Congress will need to find ways to work together to accomplish goals that benefit the American people. Historically, infrastructure is one of those issues that can get buy-in from both sides of the political aisle--Democrats and Republicans--because an investment in the nation's infrastructure often equates to an investment in its future economic success. President Trump has made some big promises, but the Federal Government's next move in infrastructure investment remains to be seen. Meanwhile, in the private sector, businesses are investing in technology that can advance infrastructure design, construction, and operations. Bentley Systems, a provider of software solutions to the AEC (architecture, engineering, and construction) industry, at the Year in Infrastructure 2018 Conference in October, announced the release of its iModel.js


Digital Twin Comes to Infrastructure

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Despite the split U.S. Congress, infrastructure historically is one of those issues that gets bi-partisan support. With that in mind, our elected officials are going to have to find ways to work together to accomplish key goals that benefit the American people and that just might mean getting buy-in from both sides of the political aisle--Democrats and Republicans--because an investment in the nation's infrastructure often equates to an investment in its future economic success. President Trump has made some big promises, but the Federal Government's next move in infrastructure investment remains to be seen. Meanwhile, in the private sector, businesses are investing in technology that can advance infrastructure design, construction, and operations. Bentley Systems, a provider of software solutions to the AEC (architecture, engineering, and construction) industry, at the Year in Infrastructure 2018 Conference in October, announced the release of its iModel.js


Suffolk Downs' mega-project next step: raising $8 billion

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The largest private development project in Boston's history won key approval in the wee hours of Friday morning -- and now the next step is to raise the whopping $8 billion to fund it, the developer says. "That's the next big step for us," Tom O'Brien of developer HYM Investment Group told the Herald on Friday, the day after a marathon seven-hour Boston Planning & Development Agency culminated in a 12:30 a.m. That $8 billion -- yes, with a B -- will make it the most expensive private development in state history by a couple of orders of magnitude. The current most expensive was the Encore Boston Harbor resort and casino, at a comparatively meager $2.3 billion. O'Brien said to raise such an amount, he'll look to pension funds, life-insurance groups and "high-net-worth families" who all are willing to put in big bucks for a largely guaranteed return.