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IoT and AI boom generates new opportunities for skilled workforce

The recent developments in the fields of IoT and AI have given organizations new ways of doing business, making them digitally transformed in the process. But, to efficiently make use of these technologies, they also need skilled human resources. As per the data released by Talent Supply Index (TSI) by Belong – a predictive outbound recruitment solution provider, the increasing demand for IoT (Internet of Things), Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence and Cloud has increased the demand for talent skilled in these platforms and at present, the demand is outstripping the supply. The TSI index is based on the data findings by Belong platform and other publicly available data from various hiring sources. The findings help businesses plan their hiring strategies, costs, efforts, and cycles ...

AI and cognitive computing – spearheading enterprise digital transformation

Artificial Intelligence, robotics and machine learning concepts are changing the parameters of data extraction and analysis. With the onset of digital transformation, there’s a great need to process huge volumes of data into useful insights. But with traditional data analytic methods, businesses are not be able to process the entire data, especially that which is in the form of images, videos, and human voice, collectively known as ‘dark data’. To process such kind of data, organizations need cognitive computing. Originally, the concept of cognitive computing comes from cognitive science which include study of human brain and how it works. Cognitive computing aims to stimulate the human thought processing in a computerized way. It achieves that with the help of various se...

Microsoft shifts it focus from Mobile-first Cloud-first world towards the Intelligent Cloud

Microsoft at its build 2017 conference revealed its vision of the future workplace that will run with the power of Artificial Intelligence, IoT and robotics. Microsoft’s keynotes focused on server less and edge computing models that will bring new capabilities in almost every industry from healthcare to manufacturing. CEO Satya Nadella spearheaded several announcements keeping in mind the developer community. He also went ahead advising developers to make good use of technology to help society advance. He said, “We should empower people with technology – inclusive design can be an instrument for inclusive growth.” He also added, warning the developers to be more responsible, “It is up to us to take responsibility for the algorithms we create.” He considers IoT as the main data driver that ...

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