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Oct
04
2016
Posted by Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence Blog
Ray Kurzweil will be presenting along with key experts in a variety of fields at the International Monetary Fund’s New Economy Forum held in Washington, DC to discuss: the future of work & jobs, the impact of automation and rapidly advancing tech on the economy, plus other financial and exploratory issues. The first part of the [...]
 
Oct
04
2016
Posted by ToddMace.io

Last week I attended Microsoft Ignite 2016 here in Atlanta. It was nice to have this event in my own back yard as its always a bonus to sleep in your own bed at night!  This was the first Microsoft Ignite/TechEd I’ve been to in a while and here are a couple things that I found motivating… 

Here come the Women!!

I have never seen so many women in attendance at a IT convention, not saying I have been to all of them, but I was encouraged to see so many women participating and attending infrastructure, virtualization, and cloud native sessions. Yes, we still had long restroom lines, but it was clear we weren’t alone. I don’t know the percentages, but I wouldn’t be surprised to see that at least 10% of the attendees were women! I find this extremely encouraging as this industry definitely needs a better balance! 

The new Microsoft – 

With 23k plus at Ignite, it was…

 
Sep
29
2016
Posted by Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence Blog
By Christian Schroeder, Lecturer in Environmental Science & Planetary Exploration, University of Stirling. Disclosure statement: Christian Schroeder is a NASA Mars Exploration Rover Athena Science Team collaborator. University of Stirling provides funding as a member of The Conversation UK. Mars is the future. It’s after all NASA’s current overarching goal to send humans to the Red Planet. [...]
 
Sep
27
2016
Posted by Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence Blog
Dear readers, Here for your enjoyment is the short story “The Greatest Story Ever Written,” written by my daughter, Amy Kurzweil. Her fiction here is influenced by Eugene Ionesco’s play Rhinoceros, although less ominous. Amy starts her story with this quote from the play from Ionesco: “After all, perhaps it is we who need saving. [...]
 
Sep
19
2016
Posted by The In-Memory Revolution



In a multi-user environment, concurrent transactions on the same set of cache entries can cause deadlocks – an unfavorable situation that adversely affects the performance of any application. Once a system enters a heavy deadlock state, recovery may require a complete cluster re-start. Keeping this in mind, Apache Ignite came up with ACID compliant Deadlock-Free Transactions that can prevent deadlocks and enhance application performance. Before…
 
Sep
13
2016
Posted by Nati Shalom Blog
This post was originally published on InfoQ.com in February 2016. The brave new world of plentiful tooling, and especially open source tooling, has driven home the realization that developers are the new decision-makers, not the man in the high castle...
 
Sep
12
2016
Posted by The ScaleOut Software Blog

View this Channel 9 / MS Dev Show video podcast to hear ScaleOut CEO, Bill Bain, discuss in-memory computing with show hosts Jason Young and Carl Schweitzer.

The post Video podcast: William Bain discusses in-memory computing on MS Dev Show appeared first on ScaleOut Software.

 
Sep
12
2016
Posted by ScaleOut Software Blog

View this Channel 9 / MS Dev Show video podcast to hear ScaleOut CEO, Bill Bain, discuss in-memory computing with show hosts Jason Young and Carl Schweitzer.

The post Video podcast: William Bain discusses in-memory computing on MS Dev Show appeared first on ScaleOut Software.

 
Sep
09
2016
Posted by The ScaleOut Software Blog

This whitepaper discusses how in-memory computing provides a scalable, highly available platform that simultaneously tracks and analyzes events from multiple data sources and then generates immediate feedback to steer behavior to enable operational intelligence. Download this new white paper to read more.

The post New white paper – In-Memory Computing: A Key Enabler of Operational Intelligence appeared first on ScaleOut Software.

 
Sep
09
2016
Posted by ScaleOut Software Blog

This whitepaper discusses how in-memory computing provides a scalable, highly available platform that simultaneously tracks and analyzes events from multiple data sources and then generates immediate feedback to steer behavior to enable operational intelligence. Download this new white paper to read more.

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Sep
09
2016
Posted by The ScaleOut Software Blog

Traditional techniques for business intelligence help analysts make strategic decisions but lack the immediate feedback within live systems. Operational intelligence discovers actionable insights in live data, before the moment is lost. This whitepaper explores some of the key differences between operational intelligence and business intelligence, looks at several applications that can benefit from operational intelligence and […]

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Sep
09
2016
Posted by ScaleOut Software Blog

Traditional techniques for business intelligence help analysts make strategic decisions but lack the immediate feedback within live systems. Operational intelligence discovers actionable insights in live data, before the moment is lost. This whitepaper explores some of the key differences between operational intelligence and business intelligence, looks at several applications that can benefit from operational intelligence and […]

The post New white paper – Operational Intelligence: The Next Generation of Business Intelligence appeared first on ScaleOut Software.

 
Aug
19
2016
Posted by Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence Blog
In the movie “Lo and Behold, Reveries Of The Connected World,” released today, legendary documentarian Werner Herzog discovers and explores the internet in a series of ten impressionistic vignettes. These range from internet pioneers (Leonard Kleinrock, Robert Kahn,  Danny Hillis), AI/roboticists (Sebastian Thrun, Tom Mitchell, “Raj” Rajkumar, Joydeep Biswas), and Mars explorers (with Elon Musk — [...]
 
Aug
18
2016
Posted by Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence Blog
By Paul Werbos, PhD This week (starting August 15), the immediate risk to our lives through cyberblitzkrieg has suddenly risen dramatically, due to new events in cyberspace. If a cyberblitzkrieg on electric power and other critical infrastructure does occur, the level of damage would be comparable in general to the kind of damage we feared [...]
 
Aug
16
2016
Posted by Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence Blog
By Jodi Schiller For those of us working in virtual and augmented reality, our days are spent thinking of better and better ways to create more lifelike virtual worlds. It’s easy for us to believe that one day we will be living in a sim indecipherable from “base” reality — or even more likely, that [...]