Thursday, August 18, 2022

Rob Enderle

As President and Principal Analyst of the Enderle Group, Rob provides regional and global companies with guidance in how to create credible dialogue with the market, target customer needs, create new business opportunities, anticipate technology changes, select vendors and products, and practice zero dollar marketing. For over 20 years Rob has worked for and with companies like Microsoft, HP, IBM, Dell, Toshiba, Gateway, Sony, USAA, Texas Instruments, AMD, Intel, Credit Suisse First Boston, ROLM, and Siemens.

The Critical Nature of the AI Ethics Advisory Board

Companies like IBM that have pioneered artificial intelligence (AI) and have the power and reach of a multinational have the resources to create an internal ethics board, and IBM has what I...

Rockport Networks and Network Topologies

Market disruption tends to happen in the technology industry on a regular basis.  We started out with cell phones being just wireless phones, and the market was dominated by companies like Motorola and...

DroneUp and AI Drone Delivery

Drones have been making the news ranging from how they have redefined the battleground in Ukraine, to becoming a viable and safer alternative to fireworks to what we will be talking about...

Recommender Systems and Online Sales Performance

I recently received a reminder about NVIDIA’s on-demand virtual Recommender Systems Summit. But this also reminded me that recommender systems, backed by more powerful artificial intelligence (AI), are increasingly a critical part...

Computer Vision AI: Parsing Concepts From Smarter AI and Qualcomm

I met with Chris Piche, CEO of Smarter AI, recently, and I’ve been following Qualcomm’s Connected Intelligent Edge effort for some time.  In some ways, the two companies are potentially synergistic in that...

Intel and the AI Race

I recently attended a briefing on artificial intelligence (AI) hosted by Kavitha Prasad, the VP and GM of Intel data center, AI, and cloud execution and strategy.  Intel was one of the first...

Comparing Water and Immersion Cooling for Servers

I recently visited Lenovo, which claims, with a solid foundation, to be a leader in water cooling. It is hard to argue with that position, given Lenovo is aggressive in implementing this...

Ford, Cisco, and the Future of Autonomous Vehicles

One of the more interesting sessions at the recent Cisco Live featured Ford CEO Jim Farley on stage talking about the future of electric and autonomous cars. Ford is one of the few...

GRC and the Latest in Immersion Cooling

I attended Dell Technology World recently and on the show floor was a container that looked like it would be more at home on a “Star Trek” set than in a data...

BCG and the Path to Ethical AI

I had a nice chat recently with Steve Mills, chief AI ethics officer at BCG, about its “AI Ethics Code of Conduct,” which surrounds the firm's efforts to develop and sell AI...

Microsoft Introduces PC of the Future at Build

Microsoft Build is my favorite Microsoft conference, because it showcases the things that developers can, are, and will do using Microsoft’s products. The live version of Build 2022 was last month, and...

The Importance of IBM’s Expanded Quantum Roadmap

IBM's recently expanded its "Quantum Roadmap." It's important, because it shows that if you aren’t developing quantum programming skills now, you’re already behind.  Up until now, most of us were still thinking that...

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