AI

The era of creative artificial intelligence and ChatGPT

Artificial intelligence has progressed unevenly towards the general artificial intelligence that is on the horizon. Sometimes we have made advancements, sometimes missteps have been taken, but in November 2022, a significant leap forward was made when OpenAI announced its new ChatGPT service for trial use. The product version will be …

AI and IT Architecure in 2023

More than half of this year’s major tech trends, published by IDG/ComputerSweden on New Year, are closely AI-related, and the ratio is similar in Google Cloud VP Andrew Moore’s five points for the near future (see next link). The two-way multiple-lane street between AI and architecture continues to automate and …

AI, IT Architecture, and What to Expect in 2023-2030

The global AI market is predicted to seven-fold in 7 years, 2021-28, and the US National Security Commission on AI expects it to reorganize the future life of the world. It’s an easy guess that reshaping the field of AI and IT architecture itself is no exception. Resource-efficient algorithms The …

AI-Summer 2022: Hospital-green Apps Keep Level with Army-green

A new Market Study by Zion predicts the global AI market to seven-fold in 7 years, 2021-28. Military ICT and AI fill the headlines since February, ranging from apps such as StarLink or embedded/ avionics (see from 1:28 min. ) to Logistics and C5ISR (Command, control, communications, computers, cyberdefense, Intelligence, …

Twin examples of multiple trees: 1. UML models, 2. Machine Learning

“Today, professionals get trained in using tools…  there’s a lack of education of fundamentals like modeling, architecture, methods, or concepts… Getting value out of data needs professionalization based on education and practical experience.”                                                                  Andreas Buckenhofer, Daimler TSS, in an interview by OODBMS on Big Data, July 2019 In my opinion, he’s spot on. My …

Edge AI: Architects, Keep Edging! Even after the Skiing Season

The current slalom between insecurity, logistics, and volatile energy/material/component supplies, is adding momentum to resource-efficient computing and green AI. Moreover, a recent video presentation by Amazon points out that up to 90% of the infrastructure costs for developing and running ML apps is inference. Train it sometimes, run it a …

In-silico

Leveling Up Life Sciences: AI and In-Silico Research

My post in March focused on AI in vaccine R&D, for obvious reasons. Half a year later, it’s time for a wider perspective: Where do we go from here? How much of R&D experiments do bio-scientists expect to go from “in vivo” to other methods? Their hints indicate that new …

AI News for IT-Architects

Three Big AI News for IT-Architects, and UML or SysML Users

What I wrote about the ways AI affects architects, four years ago, fits into the architectural landscape of 2021 as well. That said, this summer I’m adding one of my “and vice versa-s”, to my quote from AI2 (The Allen Institute of AI, founded by Paul Allen of Microsoft) “Never …

Global AI Index

Global AI Index: All Four Nordics in Top 25

Scandinavia is recovering from the harsh AI Winter of the 1990’s. British Tortoise AI index ranks Finland a global #11 plus a “rising star,” as a result of Finland’s ongoing focus on skills development, driven by both government strategy and an excellent ecosystem of academia, AI-accelerators, private AI labs, tech …