Because bitcoin was the advent of blockchain, the technology has been too tied to cryptocurrency. At a recent, local, conference, the beginning of the split was seen, as a number of companies were looking at blockchain for other business use cases. My recent forbes.com article is a quick overview of what I saw at that conference.
One of the key advantages of machine learning is the ability to quickly look at large volumes of data and identify transactions and other events that don’t fit the expected patterns. That’s important for more than only network management. Fraud detection, advertising effectiveness and other analysis benefit from anomaly detection. My latest forbes.com column discusses the basics.
After annoying delays, my latest Tech Target article is up. It covers two companies I met at this summer’s Think Big Festival in Couer d’Alene. Wilkinson Baking Company builds a robotic bread maker that fits in grocery stores and Misty Robotics provides a robot and software environment to help teach robotics and build applications.
InspireID is a great partnership between the University of Idaho, Coeur d’Alene, Apple and the Innovation Collective to bring programming to more rural areas and to people who need an alternative to the full time, university system. Read about it in my latest forbes.com column.
A short overview of the subject on Forbes.
My Forbes article about how I think the interesting research is a step towards passing the Turing Test.
Almost a month after my last post, there is a change. Differences in focus and goals have resulted in me solely focusing on my own practice. I wish the people on the TIRIAS Research team the best of luck.
Since my last post, I’ve had a number of columns on Forbes. In addition, my brother, Paul Teich, and I have released a TIRIAS Research report on NVIDIA’s new framework for deep learning. As usual, you can link to all of them via my publications page.
As I post my latest Tech Target article, on Tableau showing the subscription model is winning, I should point out that I’m no longer linking articles via blog entry but, rather, adding them to my Published Articles page. I never blogged much, so that makes sense.
As I have thoughts that I don’t think are formal enough to publish, I’ll still use the blog page; but refer to the articles one for publishing