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Why You Must Treat Artificial Intelligence (AI) As A Very Special Technology

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There are lots of technologies that attract our attention – and money – these days. We're obsessed with blockchain, cryptocurrency, IOT, big data analytics, cybersecurity3-D printing and drones. We're excited about virtual reality, augmented reality and mixed reality. We love talking about driverless cars, ships and planes. We can't wait for 5G and Wi-Fi domes that solve all of our network access problems; and while we're getting a little worried about social media and privacy, we're still addicted to our ever-more-powerful smartphones.


Why You Must Treat Artificial Intelligence (AI) As A Very Special Technology

#artificialintelligence

There are lots of technologies that attract our attention – and money – these days. We're obsessed with blockchain, cryptocurrency, IOT, big data analytics, cybersecurity3-D printing and drones. We're excited about virtual reality, augmented reality and mixed reality. We love talking about driverless cars, ships and planes. We can't wait for 5G and Wi-Fi domes that solve all of our network access problems; and while we're getting a little worried about social media and privacy, we're still addicted to our ever-more-powerful smartphones.


Why You Must Treat Artificial Intelligence (AI) As A Very Special Technology

#artificialintelligence

There are lots of technologies that attract our attention – and money – these days. We're obsessed with blockchain, cryptocurrency, IOT, big data analytics, cybersecurity3-D printing and drones. We're excited about virtual reality, augmented reality and mixed reality. We love talking about driverless cars, ships and planes. We can't wait for 5G and Wi-Fi domes that solve all of our network access problems; and while we're getting a little worried about social media and privacy, we're still addicted to our ever-more-powerful smartphones.


Why You Must Treat Artificial Intelligence (AI) As A Very Special Technology

#artificialintelligence

There are lots of technologies that attract our attention – and money – these days. We're obsessed with blockchain, cryptocurrency, IOT, big data analytics, cybersecurity3-D printing and drones. We're excited about virtual reality, augmented reality and mixed reality. We love talking about driverless cars, ships and planes. We can't wait for 5G and Wi-Fi domes that solve all of our network access problems; and while we're getting a little worried about social media and privacy, we're still addicted to our ever-more-powerful smartphones.


The SAS future: Talking opportunities, succession, new IoT division, blockchain, augmented reality, more with Goodnight's No. 2 WRAL TechWire

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CARY – Oliver Schabenberger, to use a military term embraced by industry, is "dual hatted." And as chief operating officer as well as chief technology officer at SAS, he serves as No. 2 to CEO and co-founder Jim Goodnight. So no one other than Goodnight has a better hands-on, inside view of the 2018 landscape and beyond for the global software firm that is one of the world's biggest big data juggernauts with an industry-leading emphasis on analytics. And a big part of that future is the Internet of Things as SAS moves to create a division focusing on IoT, which is transforming tech around the world and is forecast as a multi-trillion dollar opportunity by Cisco as well as other firms.