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No artificial intelligence without data architecture

No artificial intelligence without data architecture

In the last few years, the world of informatics has been focusing on a specific concept: the importance of data.

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SwissCognitiveWe often hear suggestions that data is humans’ most valuable asset, and with growing data and the quality of data retained, how () can work wonders in analytical systems is something to think about. Experts give us a road map of data, and companies follow these recommendations. But perhaps these institutions need to take a step back before they go too far and make sure they set up the initial requirements correctly. Why?

The year 2020 will be one of the hybrid cloud in the field of corporate software. According to IBM, the value of the hybrid cloud market is $1 trillion. The cloud is no longer a type of storage where only individual users send photos and documents they want to keep, reflecting their most precious memories. At this point in the software extension of Industry 4.0, software and companies now want corporations to protect their data, and they want companies to create their own architecture by offering open source technology.

In other words, for software companies to invest in the hybrid, they must hold data of corporations as well as individuals, use it correctly and thus add value to the data itself. In 2020, software companies will encourage organizations to embark on a hybrid cloud attack. Figures show that only 15% of data appears globally, while 85% remains idle and is not suitable for use in business. In the simplest terms, institutions cannot derive income from the data they have accumulated.

In other words, for software companies to invest in the hybrid, they must hold data of corporations as well as individuals, use it correctly and thus add value to the data itself. In 2020, software companies will encourage organizations to embark on a hybrid cloud attack. Figures show that only 15% of data appears globally, while 85% remains idle and is not suitable for use in business. In the simplest terms, institutions cannot derive income from the data they have accumulated.

A lot of progress in a year

While many companies are halfway through the data-cloud- level in the global sense, how should the world and Turkey progress “in the second part?” How should they convert their data to value? We discussed this issue with IBM vice president for Artificial Intelligence and Global Sales, Alyse Daghelian, who delivered a titled “Journey to Artificial Intelligence” at the IBM Think Summit in Istanbul on Dec. 4.

Recalling that is a technology that has been on the agenda since the 1980s and that more applications have evolved with increasing computational power, Daghelian said that in recent decades, the accumulation of data in institutions has led to the interpretation of data. […]

 

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