Some people believe that artificial intelligence does not exist, while others watch Sci-Fi movies and devise survival plans for when robots rise against us. Artificial intelligence today is weak, meaning many of the tasks and operations being performed now are limited in scope, but that is continuing to change every day. The development of AI is building at a rapid pace and is poised to change how we interact with the world around us on a daily basis.
Every year we make our way to CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas for the annual consumer electronics exhibition. Imagine over 4,500 vendors presenting new ideas and technological developments spread across an entire week — it really does give a whole new meaning to the city of lights. CES presents a great opportunity to meet like-minded individuals in similar fields, or different, helping catch new ideas, contacts, and ideas – it’s wonderful here.
No one will argue that IT is one of the fastest developing areas of engineering. New tools, approaches and ideas complete or even supersede the existing ones. One of the quickest growing technology stacks is the Scala language stack. In this blog we explore what makes this language awesome.
If data analysis is one of the core features of your product, then you probably already know that choosing a data storage and processing solution requires careful consideration. Let’s discuss the pros, and cons of the most popular choices, Redshift/EMR, DynamoDB + EMR, AWS RDS for PGSQL, and Cassandra + Spark.
Data analytics (and big data, as a part of it) is not just an ordinary business tool. It is also not just a buzzword, it deeply impacts almost all modern industries. By the end of 2014 the size of Big Data industry has reached 16 billion, with a forecasted value of 48 billion over the next five years. The fact is that as an innovation point big data has much in common with the invention of the internet – it can revolutionize every industry and affect everybody.