Global corporations have begun to come out and report security breaches. You might recognize some of them – Facebook, Twitter, Apple, LinkedIn, and the New York Times, among many others. But it doesn’t end with merely companies; attackers and hackers have targeted the government of China and South Korea as well, for example.
In 1990, Tom Caudell, a Boeing researcher, coined the term – Augmented Reality. He used it to describe the digital display unit that helped pilots with their navigation. The technology has come a long way since that description, however, and is now transforming how we view the world around us.
The Forrester report, “The Top Emerging Technologies To Watch 2018” has identified 12 emerging technologies with massive disruptive potential. Forrester evaluated dozens of emerging technologies on newness, breadth of implementation, pace of acceleration and identified the top 12 that will change business rapidly over the next few years.
We are pleased to announce that NASSCOM has recognized Marlabs for innovation in Artificial Intelligence. In the recently held NASSCOM AI Game Changer Awards, Marlabs had submitted a case study on how it has used mAdvisor as an AI-based tool to cause visible business impact to its client.
Salil is an NJBIZ 2018 CFO of the Year finalist in the category, ‘Private Company with revenues over $50M’. The NJBIZ CFO of the Year awards honor CFOs or their equivalents, in seven categories for the work they do to drive their respective companies’ success.
Functionize is the creator of the first autonomous cloud-based testing platform that incorporates AI and machine learning technologies to automate the painstaking software testing process of web applications.
It might be appropriate to change the classification of next-generation technologies. With widespread adoption and several companies reaping benefits from its use, the technology itself is more present than “next-gen”.
Think about it, in 1984 when Arnold Schwarzenegger starred in The Terminator, the very idea of artificial intelligence was nothing more than science fiction. Today, with enough effort, it’s easy to find at least a variant of its implementation around you. Internet of Things is much the same, now holding the potential to topple traditional processes,