7 Red flags, in Another Data-Misinterpretation Wave – Will AI Mitigate it?
Statistics climbed from an unpopular school subject to top of the agenda in 2020, and skilled data analysts are in short supply in the year of astoundingly-exponential curves. Although health–related AI and data analysis expand, many surprisingly well-informed academic graduates still get cheated by rush-job presentations of correct data compiled …
5 Ways AI 2.0 Affects Architects: why GUI goes API
Applied AI got its second wind from big data, Internet of Things (IoT), and adaptive Content Delivery Networks (CDN). Ever since compilers moved from rocket science “AI” to everyday life, each AI wave heightens the crossbar of automation toward more complex tasks.