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How Your Brand & Customers Win with Democratized Data & Embedded Analytics

In this special guest feature, Ashley Fitzgerald, Senior Director, Data Science & Analytics at Appnovation, discusses democratization of data: breaking down silos to make data + insights available to all teams, while creating a single view of the customer.

If You Are Relying Mostly On Hadoop to Meet Your Regulatory Compliance Needs, Your Company Could Be in Trouble

In this special guest feature, Stefan Pracht, Senior Vice President, Product Marketing, Axellio, says that although Hadoop may be a strong solution for the big-and-fast data issue, it is becoming constrained by conventional server designs in a world in which institutions are having to deal with billions of records per day. Organizations may significantly reduce the expenses and equipment required to conduct these critical activities by using a server platform that utilizes a high-density, all-NVMe SSD-based appliance as the basis of the solution.  It should be considered as a viable alternative to a Hadoop-only solution architecture.

The Future of AI is the Edge; Can GPUs Take the Heat?

In this special guest feature, Ludovic Larzul, Founder and CEO, Mipsology, describes how in the future, AI will be everywhere. And though some computation will continue to take place in data centers, more will happen at the edge. There is just no other way for smart consumer devices, smart city applications and autonomous cars to work. As such, application developers must ensure that their designs work as well in the real world as they do in the climate-controlled lab.

How to Evaluate Your Data Footprint

In this special guest feature, Ahson Ahmad, Chief Product and Customer Officer, Ripcord, presents an interesting take on ‘Data Heat’ which is how it’s possible to help customers determine which data to delete, and which data to store.

Improving Your Odds of ML Success with MLOps

In this special guest feature, Harish Doddi, CEO, Datatron, discusses what CEOs need to understand about using MLOps. He also shares insights on how to use MLOps to gain competitive advantage and provide tips on how to implement it.

AI, Healthcare, and C-3PO

In this special guest feature, David Sellars, CEng, Principal, Product Innovations at DrFirst, discusses how artificial intelligence has been lauded as the coming revolution in healthcare. But if you ask a clinician in your local hospital or pharmacy if they use AI in their regular workflows, you are likely to find that AI is curiously absent.

A Human-first Approach to AI Ethics is Key to Driving Value from Automation

In this special guest feature, Oded Karev, General Manager, NICE RPA, discusses why a human-first approach to AI ethics is key to driving value from automation. AI and automation creates immense value for organizations, their employees and their customers. Yet as automated systems play an ever-expanding role in our lives, it raises some thorny ethical questions including those around bias, data manipulation and privacy.

What Can the Video Game Industry Teach Us About Data Management?

In this special guest feature, Murli Thirumale, GM of the Cloud Native Business Unit at Pure Storage’s Portworx, offers 7 trends in gaming to watch — even if you never pick up a controller. When staying relevant means delivering the richest user experiences possible, this industry makes an excellent case study for next-gen technologies.

The Role of Artificial Intelligence in Compliance and Cybersecurity for Startups

In this special guest feature, Justin Beals, CEO and cofounder of Strike Graph, outlines key considerations when using AI tесhnоlоgіеѕ to іmрrоvе a startup’s суbеrѕесurіtу capabilities and manage суbеr rіѕk more efficiently аnd еffесtіvеlу.

Observability: What Does the Future Hold?

In this special guest feature, Abel Gonzalez, Director of Product Marketing, Sumo Logic, lays out where Observability is going for the enterprise as well as explaining where we’ve been and why it’s important. At the end of the day, it’s critical to connect observability back to the end goal of the business—to serve its customers, community, and shareholders. Because that’s really what it’s all about.