Artificial Intelligence

March 18th, 2019, by
Will AI replace testers?

Like many other people, testers wonder whether Artificial Intelligence threatens their existence. Do we really need to fear that AI will take over all work of testers?

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March 13th, 2019, by
Webinar: When AI goes “BAD”

The widespread use of AI in modern systems is not without its downsides. These must be considered when designing and deploying such systems in order to avoid catastrophic outcomes.

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March 12th, 2019, by
Explainable AI – Transforming AI into Competitive Business Differentiator

As AI expands into areas with major impacts on humans, like medical diagnosis, the military, recruitment decisions and policing, it becomes increasingly vital for AI to ‘explain’ why it has reached a particular decision.

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March 1st, 2019, by
Smart Trouble Shooting

How will AI algorithms facilitate incident qualification and associated action for maintenance operations for industrial companies?

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February 8th, 2019, by
New year resolutions? Take your smartphone seriously in 2019

Quit smoking, drink less alcohol, eat less sugar, or finally go crossfitting once a week. Most life resolutions are now…

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January 16th, 2019, by
When AI “goes bad”

The benefits of the wider use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) are clear to the businesses that are rushing to make…

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January 4th, 2019, by
Innovation at Sogeti

During November 2018, Capgemini Digital Engineering & Manufacturing Services was with SogetiLabs, a community of expert on trends topics across…

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December 27th, 2018, by
Testing of Chatbots: Part II

In my previous blog, I talked about the different types of Chatbots. In this blog, we will cover some of…

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December 3rd, 2018, by
How does one achieve actionable BI?

Business Intelligence or BI by itself is valuable but its full potential is realized only when it is made “actionable”…

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October 26th, 2018, by
IoTFriday E39 | To gateway or not to gateway

Today we look at a mothership concept for IoT solutions that is not another gateway concept. Inspired by the book "Wired for War" by P.W. Singer (interesting read on robotics, drones and everything related) the mothership concept challenges our IoT architecture with less gateways.

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October 17th, 2018, by
Information Junkie

I am a self-confessed information junkie. I guess it was inevitable growing up in the early information era and now…

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September 18th, 2018, by
Cognitive QA – From Idiocracy to Artificial Intelligence

Whenever anyone asks me to explain Cognitive QA and the tools we’re developing at Sogeti, it makes me think about…

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