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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.


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.


Future of Artificial Intelligence - You May Question the Capabilities but Cannot Ignore

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In the current era, emerging technologies are capturing our interest. Upcoming enterprises are engaged in a race on business analytics, data science, machine intelligence, robotics, cryptocurrency, blockchain, Internet of Things, cybersecurity, augmented reality and much more. Autonomous vehicles, artificial intelligence, drones and virtual reality are trending topics of discussion. While GDPR gets enforced effectively on May 25 and we have concerns with cybersecurity, we can neither leave our addiction of smartphone nor stay away from social media. We can fathom the impact of technology when we see the changes in consumer behavior.