"The mantra of any good security engineer is: 'Security is not a product, but a process.' It's more than designing strong cryptography into a system; it's designing the entire system such that all security measures, including cryptography, work together." - Bruce Schneier, Cryptographer, and Computer Security Expert
"Open the pod bay doors, HAL."
"I'm sorry Dave, I'm afraid I can't do that."
— excerpt from Stanley Kubrick's classic film 2001: A Space Odyssey.
The immersion of artificial intelligence (AI) is growing exponentially across all industries, transforming the manner in which companies conduct business, redefining the daily lives of an increasing number of people, and revealing the technology's potential to change the core fabric of our societies. In addition to the rising importance of AI in creative endeavors, such as the music and film industries, artificial intelligence is one of the primary keys to achieving success in the evolving world of chatbots.
DataArt received a Gold Cloud Platform Competency certification from Microsoft. This sixth Gold certification adds to DataArt’s growing list of Microsoft certifications alongside Gold competencies in Business Intelligence, Collaboration & Content, Application Development, Application Integration, and Mobility Solutions as well as a Silver Midmarket Solution Provider Competency.
Technology research company Gartner predicts that there will be 20.8 billion connected things in the world by the year 2020, which would equal almost triple the number of humans on our planet. Clearly, the Internet of Things is on the verge of radically changing the core fabric of our communities and the manner in which people live.
Creative Artificial Intelligence in Music: Genius Innovation for Sync and More Fascinating Use Cases
Now that we’re past the first songs composed by artificial intelligence, do you think using AI is the logical next step in optimizing the generation of music for the film, television and games industries?
AI may have been starring in sci-fi movies for decades, but time has come for it to leap from the screen into real life production rooms. Artificial intelligence (AI) in the film industry has come a long. Despite the ongoing battle of opinions, the majority of its usage is not "smart robots" and "terminators", but machine learning and cognitive services. And the possibilities are numerous.
This June one of the largest and most prominent financial institutions in the world – BNP Paribas Group – organized the third International Hackathon 2017 that took place worldwide and was running simultaneously across 10 cities: San Francisco, Paris, Brussels, Luxembourg, Rome, Berlin, Warsaw, Istanbul, Singapore and Nanjing. The event attracted more than 160 start-ups who competed for a partnership with BNP Paribas to further nurture and develop their prototypes.
Ongoing IoT developments coupled with incredible advancements in automation and other new technologies certainly opens up unparalleled opportunities for businesses across all industries, but should employees be worried that their jobs will no longer exist in the coming years? All through history, reports of the demise of jobs due to technology have been momentously exaggerated. In most cases, advancements have created more jobs. This notion is called the “Luddite Fallacy”, referring to past fears that machines would take human jobs away.
"With a trillion sensors embedded in the environment - all connected by computing systems, software and services - it will be possible to hear the heartbeat of the earth, impacting human interaction with the globe as profoundly as the internet has revolutionized communications."
Establishing a global solution to solve the myriad of issues resulting from the disjointed organization of music metadata, copyright ownership and licensing remains one of the most arduous pain points to in the music industry.