Right and Wrong in AI

Background The DARPA Cyber Grand Challenge (CGC) 2016 competition has captured the imagination of many with its AI challenge. In a nutshell, it is a contest where seven highly capable computers compete, and a team owns each computer. Each group creates a piece of software which can autonomously identify flaws in their computer and fix …

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Will voice replace the touch interfaces on mobiles?

Siri apparently has started a revolution, at least public relations wise since voice activation has been around for quite a while but never seemed to be perfect. It seems people like to talk to her and she responds back. Few in the industry have written on the impact the new voice interaction paradigm might create …

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The web is changing

I have been reading about the whereabouts of News Corp., Google and Microsoft in recent two weeks and I noticed something weird happening here about but could not put my finger on it. To those who do not know the storyline here is a short description posted on Hitwise today: Two weeks ago we posted …

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New enterprise software – End of times?

On BusinessWeek there is an opinion on the state of innovation in enterprise software – Boring Software 2.0. A quick comment on a specific part of the article "I was at a dinner two nights ago with some executives from Mercury Interactive and one of the reporters asked if a software startup could make it …

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