Amazon certainly knows how to go big at a conference. With nearly 50,000 attendees AWS re:Invent was spread across Las Vegas hotels and included fully booked sessions from end to end. Over 1000 sessions were held and venues spanned the MGM, Aria, Venetian, LINQ and Mirage elevating conference logistics and unfortunately wait times to a new level …
In 2018 Blacklight will be offering our machine learning workshop to help clients get more out of their owned information. An overview of how organizations benefit from machine learning, strategies for implementing it and optimizing the results as well as publishing the results for an audience are included. Contact us to schedule yours.
We are kicking off the illuminations video series to help educate our viewers on what can be done with data analytics, machine learning and modern business intelligence tools. In the coming months we will be publishing these videos online so stay tuned.
Congratulations, you’ve made the choice to embed a BI solution into your product line. You have thought through the implications of building it yourself and have decided you want to focus your team on what makes you money, your specific domain. Unless you sell a BI solution, you don’t want to keep up with the BI feature race. As we’ve talked about earlier, that market is crowded, and always moving.
You are probably the type of executive that wants to fully understand the emerging opportunities in tech, but when it comes to artificial intelligence are left wondering if the field is just full of hype. There certainly has been plenty of hype lately and combined with all of those articles about the looming threat from advances in the field the claims are straining credibility. Unfortunately, this confusion is somewhat by design because there are as many truly astounding benefits as there are exaggerations. The fact is, no executive leader can afford to entirely lose track of the rapid advances in technology especially where artificial intelligence is concerned.