Our last month’s edition of the Dataspace newsletter looked at the growing applications of AI for cybersecurity, and explored how some of the major players in tech are incorporating AI based security tools into the suite of products they offer to business clients. However, it is also important to note that hacking can present a […]
This month’s Dataspace newsletter looks at the applications of AI for cybersecurity, and some potential limitations.
Image alteration is all around us nowadays. This post looks at a new generation of tools that “predict” if an image has been altered.
Will political polls ever work again? Are we doomed to this happening forever in the future? The situation points to a need to rethink the concept of polling vs the concept of forecasting.
We’ve done a lot of pondering about the future of AI in the workplace, and there are a plethora of theories out there on what this future will look like.
Don’t worry. In a lot of areas AI is just not ready to make human workers redundant.
What do we know about the future of staffing? In short, not much. However there are hints that contract staffing could continue to grow as a critical strategic choice for many companies.
Predictive analytics is about making educated guesses regarding the future based on things you know about the past. But, what if the future doesn’t look anything like the past?
GREETINGS FROM DATASPACE! As we discussed in what may be our most viewed Dataspace blog post (ever!), insurance is one of the oldest data science based businesses – using math to make predictions about the future. In today’s post, we’ll be highlighting some ways in which data science has infiltrated, influenced, and innovated the insurance […]
As you move your infrastructure to the cloud, it’s important to consider how to not become beholden to a single cloud vendor. In other words, to attain cloud neutrality. I’m afraid that I don’t have all the answers on how to do this, but I do have some thoughts. In any case, I recommend that […]