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25 Jun 2017 Top Ten Articles for last few Issues [64362]
Vol 232 Issues 1, 2; Vol 231 Issues 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 ; Vol 230 Issues 4

We track how frequently each article is viewed on the web site to determine which the readers consider the most important. For last week, the top 10 articles were:

  • Four Must-Have Skill Sets For SDDC Architecture
  • 12 'Best Practices' IT Should Avoid At All Costs
  • Six Steps To Achieve The Joys Of Serverless Architectures
  • The 13 Most Valuable IT Certifications Today
  • 3 Killer Cloud Skills That Will Get You Hired Today
  • Graphene Transistor Could Mean Computers That Are 1,000 Times Faster
  • Gartner Identifies The Top Technologies For Security In 2017
  • 9 Shell Tips Every Developer Should Know
  • Data Centre Industry Outlook - Key Trends For 2017
  • The Top 7 Linux IoT Projects

The longer version of this article has list of top ten articles for the last 8 weeks.
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25 Jun 2017 Gartner Puts AWS, Microsoft Azure Top Of Its Magic Quadrant For IaaS [64388]
ZDNet, June 15th 2017

"But Google is emerging as a No. 3 option in a hurry. Also note Alibaba Cloud is on the rise," writes Larry Dignan in ZDNet.

"Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure dominate the infrastructure-as-a-service field, according to Gartner, which released its IaaS Magic Quadrant.

However, Google Cloud is emerging as a key challenger..."
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25 Jun 2017 Microsoft's AI Beats Ms. Pac-Man [64385]
TechCrunch, June 15th 2017

Brian Heater writes in TechCrunch, "As with so many things in the world, the key to cracking Ms. Pac-Man is team work and a bit of positive reinforcement. That... and access to funding from Microsoft and 150-plus artificial intelligence agents - as Maluuba can now attest.

Last month, the Canadian deep learning company (a subsidiary of Microsoft as of January) became the first team of AI programmers to beat the 36-year-old classic.

It was a fairly anticlimactic defeat. The number hit 999,990, before the odometer flipped back over to zero. But it was an impressive victory nonetheless, marking the first time anyone - human or machine - has achieved the feat. It's been a white whale for the AI community for a while now..."
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25 Jun 2017 The New Era of Artificial Intelligence: Robots, Jobs, the Economy and How Machine Intelligence Can Affect You [64371]
Wednesday, September 13th, 2017: 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

CIC - Miami

After billions of dollars and decades of research, we are entering a new era of robotics and conscious artificial intelligence. A.I. is poised to transform our society as did the internet years ago. We are already using A.I. when we use speech recognition software, Google Translate, and many other apps and services. Nearly all of the largest software and social media companies are working towards integrating some form of A.I. into their product and service, including Facebook, Twitter, and Microsoft.

Today, we have Robotic helpers, driverless cars, problem solving A.Is, and we're just getting started. Machine Intelligence has the potential to usher in a new age of technology like we've never seen before that will have a tremendous impact on job markets, the economy, and our everyday lives.

In this discussion we'll look at the technological changes that are sweeping through our world and the future effects that A.I can have on our economy and our personal lives. The good and also the dangers of A.I. that we'll need to face. Join us for a deep learning discussion and ask yourself: Are you ready for this new era of machine intelligence?

MIT Enterprise Forum of South Florida
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21 Jun 2017 Architecting The Digital Enterprise [64426]
ComputerWeekly, June 21st 2017

"A survey of almost 4,500 IT leaders in 90 countries shows that the fastest-growing area of demand in IT this year is for enterprise architects. It is not a skills shortage, but an adoption lag...

The predominant mode of IT delivery over the past 30 years has been for structured, waterfall implementations at scale. Many domain areas have experienced consolidation of software into a few, large, ubiquitous products: the dominance of SAP, Oracle and Microsoft. The next 30 years will not be the same - not even the next three years..."
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