Since voice will soon invade a home near you ( 😉), I thought I'd share some key take-aways with you to get you up to speed. #voiceassistants #openvoice #alexa #googlehome #getready
Robots have to be able to thrive in unstructured environments like our homes. The way they can do so is to teach them to learn how to learn.
The Next Web conference offered a wealth of lessons from the tech frontrunners. Three trends stood out from the crowd and I share them with you. Below is the first one: design. Steve Jobs already understood its importance to adopt technology, but both the increasing impact on our lives and the increasing complexity ensure design needs to be put on a pedestal. At least, if you want to integrate tech successfully into your products and processes...
Launching new products the Google way, how Google's uses Minimum Viable Products and Rapid prototyping to gather user feedback
During an interview on Dutch television, Stephen Fry came up with a mindblowing analogy of what we, as human beings, have to decide on when it comes to future developments in Artificial Intelligence. Somehow, he combines the Greek mythology of Prometheus with the rise of the Internet and extrapolates this to an impressive summarisation of the whole AI debate.
I'm very pleased to say I will host both a workshop and presentation during one of Europe's leading conferences on Business Intelligence and Analytics on November 20 - 23 in London.
Don't know about you, but the free roaming the EU 'gave' us made sure I had access to pretty amazing articles while on holiday. These are the 5 you should definitely read yourself!