Philip Carnelley Research Director, European Software Group Read full bio @Pcarnelley In 2016, artificial intelligence (AI) celebrated 60 years since it was first recognized as an academic discipline of computing science. For most of that 60 years, AI has remained a fascinating topic, but nothing that ‘real IT’ needed to worry about.
Helena Schwenk Research Manager, European Software Read full bio @hmschwenk Big Data just seems to keep getting bigger in all respects of the term. As people, businesses and things generate never-ending amounts of data. As we start 2017, many organizations are continuing their efforts to assimilate and make sense of this tidal wave.
Philip Carnelley Research Director, European Software Group Read full bio @Pcarnelley Finding a parking spot in the UK’s Milton Keynes should get significantly easier than it used to be, thanks to Big Data. A couple of years ago, Milton Keynes council believed that pressure on their existing 25,000 parking spaces meant that another 12,000 needed […]
Philip Carnelley Research Director, European Software Group Read full bio @Pcarnelley Exactly 60 years after artificial intelligence research began as a scientific discipline (according to Wikipedia) the promise of cognitive computing is suddenly being realized. Announcements of exciting, powerful new AI-driven services, like Amazon Alexa and Google’s Assistant, are coming thick and fast.