This past Wednesday an article came out that showed evidence that Watson, while be able to win at Jeopardy and predict the weather, it would not be a viable candidate for process improvement for the medical industry. Watson recommended to a patient with cancer and severe bleeding, chemotherapy and a drug that could cause sever hemorrhaging. An IBM spokesperson did comment on … [Read more...] about Watson doesn’t do health
"978 million people across 20 countries were affected by cybercrime last year. Victims of cybercrime lost a total of $172 billion — an average of $142 per person." Nobody wants to consider the real possibility of an artificially intelligent robot uprising - of course it's just a science fiction phenomenon - but as we continue to develop more intense and intricate computers, … [Read more...] about AI and Cybercrime
Working on the front lines with our customers, whether they are a big wholesaler such as McKesson or a Healthcare Provider, you hear it all the time...."Why can't your website do this?" Day in and day out we hear from our customers on their experiences with our ecommerce sites and we take their feedback seriously. There are many channels that our customers can voice those … [Read more...] about Being Agile for Customers
Just like our dear-old Watson failed at the Jeopardy 'U.S. Cities' question, Melbourne University has also failed in the Artificial Intelligence project - yet not in the same way. While Watson failed because its process did not take the question category into account in its question analysis, Melbourne University has developed the Biometric Mirror that fails as it judges your … [Read more...] about Finding progress in the failure of AI
Quick story: My mom called me last week to tell me about how her boss is starting to implement the SCRUM project management methodology in the workplace, and that she went to her first SCRUM meeting. It was at 7:30 am on a Monday (rough). It was standing (she’s got bad knees.) It was only 15 minutes (her boss was so stressed out by the time crunch that it resulted in him … [Read more...] about Should we succumb to Scrum?