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maryam@impact
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8/28/2017 | 2:52:23 PM
Re: AI
Joe, that can be expected with any hot new technology remember how hard it was twenty years ago to find java programmers? The same is true of security professionals as the market evolves we will see more and more people opting to reboot their careers to where the money and new people getting trained. I think as AI matures we will see more talent mature with it.
maryam@impact
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8/28/2017 | 2:48:54 PM
Re: AI
@Ariella I think it will eventually get standardized but in the initial stages, developers will need to experiment to get it right. The implications are significant if they don't standardize long term because the integration will not happen and it will make AI disjointed and clunky. I fully expect there to be some standardization so that apps will play nicely together and create greater functionality for the user.
Joe Stanganelli
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8/23/2017 | 9:16:07 PM
Re: AI
@maryam: At the same time, many of them are hindered. A vast plurality (if not downright majority) of AI talent was gobbled up by tech giants working on self-driving cars. Tech companies of all sizes (along with the public sector!) have been fighting over the remains.
Joe Stanganelli
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8/23/2017 | 9:14:43 PM
MSFT AI
We've known for quite some time, really, about Microsoft's huge AI ambitions. They just got taken more private after the very public Tay disaster. It's good to see some publicity, though, of what they're up to here -- even if they aren't going to be experimenting with social-media AI again anytime soon. ;)
Ariella
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8/23/2017 | 4:02:03 PM
Re: AI
@Maryam that makes me think of another question: will the future see some standardization in AI applications and will there be some uniformity that results from collaborative enterprises like ONAP?
maryam@impact
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8/23/2017 | 2:15:36 PM
Re: AI
Ariella, I think that all the tech companies are worried about keeping pace with the AI flood planned by their competitors so they are all looking similar I don't think they will differentiate their AI offerings until the market gets a little more mature and we understand the regulations and implications of AI.
Ariella
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8/23/2017 | 12:42:03 PM
AI
It seems that each company uses slightly different terminology. What Microsft describes here sounds very similar to what AT&T calls hyper-automation, one aspect of which is closed-loop automation.


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