I’ve started a position as the content manager for a startup providing home energy management systems integrating their own batteries with solar, grid, and generator power. It’s a really cool product even though it’s out of my comfort zone of enterprise software.
Given that, my Forbes articles on AI will be a bit more rare, but I’m still working on them.
I’ve updated the articles link page. They’re all to my Forbes column. April was a busier than usual month, primarily because of a couple of books which were sent to me for review. I also deleted links older than 2018.
I continue to work with a couple of clients at a time while looking for more.
I haven’t been blogging much, as I’ve only been updating the links page. However, today’s forbes.com post
deserves a quick reference. I’m reading a book, for a potential review. As do most books on artificial intelligence (AI), this one has a brief “history” in an early chapter. The authors’ definition of machine learning says expert systems aren’t part of the category. That’s blatantly wrong and I had to rant. Hence that article.
You can get to the rant via the link above or on my published articles page. Enjoy.
I’ve added the ones so far in December, with a last “year in review” style article to come this week.
I worked with Cloud Evolutions, experts in hardware, to write a white paper for them on the performance of Dell EMC Powerflex storage solution using Intel Optane SSDs. It is available on Dell’s site.
I’ve been remiss in updating my publications page, and I’ve just added a number of them.
With the annual Davos meeting, last week, the World Economic Forum released their process for address artificial intelligence (AI). My forbes.com article covers that.
As the title of my latest forbes.com article says, it’s an obligation that columnists must have an overview article. There it is.
On Tech Target, I discuss chatbots and personalities, while on Forbes.com I describe the basics of recommendation systems.
I was at OmniSci Converge, the startup’s first user conference. It was a great start. The news about Intel was very interesting, so I had to write about it.