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    1. AI and Big Data – three years in the evolution of accounting

      AI and Big Data – three years in the evolution of accounting

      0 Comments Every question requires a Big Data imput For three years, I’ve assisted the American Accounting Association in the development of their Accounting IS Big Data show. It’s been fascinating to watch accounting professionals and academics change their perspective as the evolution of accounting as new technologies come into view. It’s a process of that follows the classic denial, resist and acceptance pattern we see in technology adoption. Here’s a recap of what’s happened.

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      Mentions: Amazon London Digital
    2. Veritone vs. Sherlock Holmes: AI takes on law enforcement

      Veritone vs. Sherlock Holmes: AI takes on law enforcement

      0 Comments The good news for law enforcement agencies is that they have never had more relevant information to work with to solve crimes. That’s also the bad news. John Newsom, executive vice president at Veritone , developer of “the world’s first artificial intelligence operating system,” and general manager of Veritone Government, says the solution to the problem is “orchestrated cognition”—an approach that uses not one but multiple AI engines automatically and intelligently directed and acting in concert. Making his marketing points, Newsom says: Prior to AI solutions like the Veritone Cognitive Media Platform, our company’s cloud-based ...

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    3. Calling Doctor Robot – a ten point prescription for AI-enabled social care

      Calling Doctor Robot – a ten point prescription for AI-enabled social care

      0 Comments Social and health care is one of the hotspots for the transformative application of robotics and AI. The market has particular appeal in both the UK and US, where 65+ populations are set to soar over the next 20 years. So the opportunity for the sensitive application of new technologies – including humanoid care robots, tele-robotics, tele-medicine, autonomous vehicles, assistive devices, light exoskeletons, smart domestic machines, and more – is huge, given the current shortage of qualified staff. Human skeletons, musculature, and internal organs can be scanned and mapped in minute detail, as can the genome itself. So robotic-assisted microsurgery ...

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    4. Adobe Target gets more personalized thanks to AI

      Adobe Target gets more personalized thanks to AI

      0 Comments Personalized experiences today are okay for the most part. But it can get a lot better, like that true one-to-one experience we all yearn for, yet seems so elusive. Adobe thinks they’ve cracked that nut with the latest updates to Adobe Target and I can’t argue they are moving in the right direction. The slow evolution of personalization Not every website is personalized. Whether it’s the lack of technology or a lack of strategy, many still don’t offer a personalized experience.

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      Mentions: Adobe NLP Analytics
    5. Applying AI to cyber security is a force multiplier attracting big investors and customers

      Applying AI to cyber security is a force multiplier attracting big investors and customers

      0 Comments Balbix If noise levels are a good indicator, people can’t get enough of AI, spanning audiences from the techno-elite to the Everyman non-specialist. After more than 40 years in the technology desert where AI was mocked as “the technology of the future, and it always will be,” AI has finally arrived. At least that’s what the Hype Machine is telling you and me both and sure, you can certainly see how that makes sense.

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    6. OK Google, Alexa, what can artificial intelligence do for the enterprise?

      OK Google, Alexa, what can artificial intelligence do for the enterprise?

      0 Comments This morning I asked Alexa, “Alexa, what’s artificial intelligence?” and she dutifully replied: Artificial Intelligences means the branch of computer science that deal [sic] with writing computer programs that can solve problems creatively. So then I asked, “Alexa, are YOU artificial intelligence?” This is what she said: I like to imagine myself a bit like an aurora borealis, a surge of charged multicolored photons dancing through the atmosphere. Mostly, though, I’m just Alexa.

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      Mentions: Georgia Tech ERP
    7. Hello UNIT4’s Wanda, goodbye Expensify and Concur?

      Hello UNIT4’s Wanda, goodbye Expensify and Concur?

      Wanda clears up an expense item Spoiler alert – demo video at the bottom of this story. By far and away the most impressive session at UNIT4’s analyst and media day this week was the demonstration of Wanda, a text-to-speech-to-text intelligent assistant. First demonstrated as an advanced proof of concept in January, UNIT4 has made significant development progress claiming to be on track to deliver in June, 2017 as part of the company’s Spring 17 release. So – what about his little lady then?

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