PE Cares - December 2017 Tech Workshop Recap
Productive Edge aspires to forge the future of technology industry leaders through organizing events such as hackathons, website challenges, and collegiate job shadowing sessions. In December 2017 we continued down that path by collaborating with the By the Hand Club for Kids Foundation to host an emerging technology workshop for inner-city teens.
5 Ground-Breaking Sitecore 9 Features Revealed at the 2017 Sitecore Symposium
Sitecore has long remained an industry leader in content management and digital experience platforms, and it continues to live up to its reputation. Sitecore has unveiled a compelling new feature set at the 2017 Sitecore Symposium. Among the vast number of enhancements to the platform, the list includes...
Productive Edge Q2 Artificial Intelligence Update
Major advancements in Artificial Intelligence are being announced nearly every week as both the breadth and pace of growth in Ai appears to grow exponentially. The Ai team at Productive Edge collects the most important to share with our readers. Here are our favorite announcements and discoveries from the past few months.
What's in the Works for AI Technology in 2017
2017 is shaping up to be a key pivot point for technologies surrounding Artificial Intelligence (AI). From virtual assistants and facial recognition, to robots and autonomous automobiles, machine learning, neural networks and more, AI-related technologies are transforming industries and empowering individuals like never before. Here is a list of some of our favorite articles from Q1!
Why You Need Bayesian AI in Your Boardroom
Summary In today's data-rich corporate environment, it's easy to underestimate the danger of simply using your intuition and boardroom statistical tools (i.e. spreadsheets) to make strategic decisions. While there are many tools available to data scientists, Bayesian logic is a particularly helpful machine learning algorithm for estimating probability in business decision-making processes.
The Real Business Value Behind Xamarin
Since the days of the personal computer battle between Windows and Macintosh, software companies have been faced with a difficult choice. Develop separately for both platforms with two separate teams at twice the cost or pick only one platform to support. Neither of those choices have ever been appealing. The difference with the platform battle between Android and iOS on these modern personal computers we call smartphones is that the stakes are much higher and the demographics of both platforms overlap more than ever. Choosing one platform or the other really isn't a reasonable choice anymore. So here we are, 30 years later, still having to develop two completely separate copies of the same app using two completely different programming languages and software development platforms. It's not just expensive and inefficient, it's really time-consuming.