And this (among others) is a reason why I never accept contacts from those who do not take 20 seconds of their time to write a short text and explain why they want to have me as a contact here: “the potential harm can be subtle: Connecting to a profile like Jones’ invites whoever is behind it to strike up a one-on-one conversation, and other users on the site can view the connection as a kind of endorsement.” https://apnews.com/bc2f19097a4c4fffaa00de6770b8a60d It’s been seven years that I wrote How do you use…read more
This second episode of the second season of Wake Up presents the dramatic change that we are going to see in automation. Thanks to cognitive computing and data schence, Artificial Intelligence can start performing routine tasks allowing people having time to do more creative and stimulating tasks.
First episode of this second season is about Artificial Intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, … That huge new world that rises with the capacity we have today to store and analyze gigantic amount of structured or unstructured information:
When it seemed like this monthly post would only have a couple of links, many interesting posts poped out in my Feedly and started sharing compulsively in the last days. Many things are happening in my life compulsively in lately. I anticipate a post about some news in the coming days. In the meantime, this is this month’s links summary: The Importance Of Having A Purpose In Digital Transformation And Innovation To be placed in the wall and to read it every day: Technology isn’t the answer. It’s an essential…read more
Artificial intelligence is already around us. In not so long we will start interacting with it seamlessly and will potentially know more about us than ourselves as it will be gathering information from the many devices and systems around us that gather information about us, our likes and our behavior. From Virtual Reality to Immersive Spaces, food 3D printing, domotics or geolocation… It is a change in paradigm that can help us focus on what really matters.
Large links harvest this month, both in number and in topics. More than the last ones. One of the largest, in fact. And I honestly have no clue on the reason. A good number of the links send us to texts worth a slow and deep reading. Some of these texts are worth an individual post with a deeper analysis, but I’m not sure to have the time to write them: These are the links: Your Company Doesn’t Need a Digital Strategy Technology doesn’t provide value to a business. It…read more
Despite the holidays and the long disconnection periods that I enjoyed this August, I found time to review my Feedly from time to time and find some interesting links to share. It makes me very happy to have shared this month a link that talks about things that I have seen myself inside a company to which I have a special links: The Era of Human Gene Editing Is Here—What Happens Next Is Critical Inteligencia artificial, robótica, edición genética… ¿estamos preparados para enfrentarnos a los desafíos que están llamando a…read more
I have been reading for years basically the same sources through Feedly (and through Google Reader before, and though Bloglines even before). There have been some new ones along the years but the fundamentals have not changed. On the last weeks I have included a new source and looks like this has been a good decision so far as out of the six links shared, two come from there. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do: ‘World’s first robot lawyer’ now available in all 50 states Otra profesión que va…read more
Settlement week in my new professional environment. Environment that, without a doubt, will be much more hectic than the ones I had in recent years. Let’s see if with this new pace I continue to share links that I find interesting. This week, for now, not too much to share: A university was attacked by its lightbulbs, vending machines and lamp posts This was the home appliance revolution: So here’s the case of vending machines and lamp posts compulsively searching for seafood and overwhelming the network with requests with the aim of…read more